Puck Drop Preview: 2021-22 Montreal Canadiens

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Welcome to our latest series here at Last Word on Hockey. The Puck Drop Preview series takes you through each team as the season is fast approaching. The preview will focus on the narratives surrounding the team ending last year, during the offseason, and heading into the 2021-22 season. Puck Drop Preview also focuses on […] READ MORE



The Last Word on Hockey Show: Stanley Cup Final Preview

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The semifinals are complete and only two teams remain as the Stanley Cup Final is right around the corner. The Last Word on Hockey Show was back on the MAD Radio Network. Your host┬áJim Biringer from lastwordonhockey.com was back alongside Marc Weiss and Ron Grossman. Ron was filling in for Coach Jay, who was on […] READ MORE



Montreal Canadiens Win Game 6 in OT, Advance to Stanley Cup Final

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The Montreal Canadiens win Game 6 on the back of an Artturi Lehkonen OT winner and have advanced to their first Stanley Cup Final since 1993. To start the Thursday night elimination game, Robin Lehner took the starter net at practice which indicated a change in net for Vegas. Nicolas Hague took Nick Holden‘s spot […] READ MORE


Montreal Canadiens Impress in Game 5 Win

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The Montreal Canadiens are now one win away from advancing to the Stanley Cup Final after a 4-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights Tuesday in Game 5 of the semi-final series. Montreal Canadiens Knock Off Vegas Golden Knights to Take Game 5 Golden Knights Turn Back to Fleury After nearly two days worth of […] READ MORE


Montreal Canadiens’ Center Eric Staal Injured

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Montreal Canadiens center Eric Staal is injured and will be out for Game 3 against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Head coach Dominique Ducharme has decided to replace him with rookie Cole Caufield, who will make his Stanley Cup playoffs debut. MON head coach Dominique Ducharme announces Eric Staal is injured and cannot play. So Tatar […] READ MORE




Montreal Canadiens Sign Rafael Harvey-Pinard

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The Montreal Canadiens have signed forward Rafael Harvey-Pinard to a two-year, entry level contract. This contract will begin next year and takes the 22-year-old skater through the end of the 2022-23 season. This signing comes on the heels of the team clinching its spot in the 2020-21 NHL postseason. The Canadiens announced the deal late […] READ MORE