Small NHL Trades with Big Results: Patrick Roy

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Small trades with big results is a series that looks at trades throughout NHL history that seemed small or insignificant at the time but turned out to be much, much more. In this installment, we look at how Patrick Roy ended up with the Montreal Canadiens. Small NHL Trades with Big Results: Patrick Roy The […] READ MORE


Who Takes a Discount in the NHL Salaries Part One: Taxes

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In the past few years, taxes have been brought up more and more when talking about NHL salaries and contracts. The theory is pretty simple in that teams like the Vegas Golden Knights and the Tampa Bay Lightning play in areas with relatively low-income tax rates. While teams like Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens […] READ MORE


2020 NHL Draft Team Needs: Atlantic Division

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The NHL Draft is just around the corner and will be done a little differently this year as the COVID-19 pandemic has turned the entire 2020 year upside down. Because of this, the 2020 NHL Draft will be a virtual online draft. Today, we will take a look at the Atlantic Division and their team […] READ MORE


Canadian Fans Growing Increasingly Optimistic of Claiming the Stanley Cup

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The 2015/16 NHL season took a dark turn for the clubs of Canada, without a single one of the country’s seven teams making it to the playoffs. It was the first time since the 1969/70 season that the postseason had been sans Canada. But, that was merely salt in the wound for the diehard hockey […] READ MORE


NHL Rumours: John Tavares, Kevin Shattenkirk, Alexander Radulov and more

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via Last Word on Hockey by  Connor Lapalme The NHL is entering its busiest part of the off-season. The NHL Draft has come and gone and the free agent frenzy is right around the corner. It keeps the rumour mill churning. The expansion draft has added a new layer to the normal NHL off-season craziness, with […] READ MORE


A Look Back on 39 Years of Montreal Canadiens Blockbuster Trades

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via Lastwordonhockey.com, By Connor LaPalme First off, I would like to introduce myself, my name is Connor Lapalme and I am a new contributor to LWOH for the Montreal Canadiens. I am excited to be writing here and I hope you all enjoy my work. A Look Back on 39 Years of Montreal Canadiens Blockbuster Trades After […] READ MORE


Montreal Canadiens Fire Michel Therrien; Hire Claude Julien

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via Last Word on Hockey, by Noah Cirisoli Breaking news Tuesday as the Montreal Canadiens have relieved head coach Michel Therrien of his coaching duties and have hired former Boston Bruins head coach Claude Julien to fill in. The news came as shocking to many, with no prior rumors or tips of this move being made […] READ MORE


Montreal Canadiens Schedule Heavy on Team

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The Montreal Canadiens schedule is gruelling as of late, and it's weighing down on the team. The Habs have played the second-most games in the league. READ MORE


Contenders and Pretenders: Atlantic Division

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Welcome to Last Word on Hockey’s mini-series that will be distinguishing the playoff contenders versus the pretenders of each division in the Eastern and Western Conferences. In a league full of parity, it seems like everyone is in the race for a playoff spot, but is it a product of the league, or is the […] READ MORE


Alexander Radulov is Key to Montreal Canadiens Success

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Forward Alexander Radulov is a huge part of the Montreal Canadiens success this season. Radulov may be best known to be an offensive player, but he is far more than just that to the Canadiens. He has proven to be the league’s best free agent signing from last summer. Radulov is a monster on the puck; […] READ MORE