The NHL has announced its plans for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but teams still aren't practicing, even in places where that's allowed. What gives? Our Joe Haggerty explains the holdup.
by: Eric Engels — Sportsnet 23h
In a new Canadiens Mailbag, Eric Engels shares some thoughts on social injustice and answers fan questions about the Canadiens potential series with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
by: Brian La Rose — Habs World 3 Jun
The Habs having a shot at being in the playoffs is something that didn’t look likely before the pandemic. Now that they’re back in it, should they be? Our writers offer up their thoughts on the 2…
by: Joe Haggerty — NBC Sports Boston 3 Jun
The Bruins released a statement on Tuesday concerning the brutal murder of George Floyd, and the ensuing unrest of protests, riots and calls for necessary change to our American society.
by: Stu Cowan, Montreal Gazette — Canoe 2 Jun
NFL's official statement is laughable after Colin Kaepernick's treatment, while Michael Jordan also weighs in on cop killing George Floyd.
by: Joe Haggerty — NBC Sports Boston 1 Jun
When the NHL returns to play, it will do so with rigorous testing protocols. But as Joe Haggerty explains, some players like Montreal's Max Domi have larger health concerns.
by: Hemal Jhaveri — USA Today: For The Win 1 Jun
It’s a step forward, but one that is long overdue.
by: Ant Barberio — Fansided: Puck Prose 29 May
Another season lost for the Buffalo Sabres and Jack Eichel is getting disgruntled. Ever since a certain kick went “wide right” things haven’t gone ri...
by: Emily Sadler — Sportsnet 29 May
With the NHL's 24-team return-to-play protocol announcement earlier this week came a renewed hope for the Montreal Canadiens' 2019-20 campaign.
by: Jim Parsons — The Hockey Writers 29 May
In today's NHL rumors, the Edmonton Oilers speak on their decision to vote "for" the 24-team play-in, plus there is news from the Rangers and Sabres.