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BioSteel Is Moving Up The Sports Drink Ladder

BioSteel is a sports drink that isn’t bad for you. It doesn’t have a lot of sugar, and it has electrolytes, and it’s low in calories because it uses stevia and there’s no caffeine. The flavors are good. The powder is solid, but the single-serve versions that have a cap made

Steven Stamkos – – A Born Leader

Going back to 2008, when Steven Stamkos was picked first overall, the Tampa Bay Lightning had new hope. Their 2004 Stanley Cup run was in the rearview mirror, and a new player was selected. Was he selected to lead them? Probably, he’s always had those capabilities. “You knew once we got

Price Had His Best Stanley Cup Final Performance

Ladies and gentlemen, Carey Price has arrived in this series. It's fair to say that without Carey Price, the Habs wouldn't even have gotten close to the 2021 Stanley Cup final, but since the start of said final, number 31's performance has been underwhelming, to say the least. With the

Changes Might be Coming For the Canadiens

At this morning's practice, the Habs worked solely on their power play for 30 minutes and fans will be glad to hear that a couple of changes have been made to the units. Most importantly, Gustafsson is no longer on the first unit, he's made way for Jeff Petry who's

William Eklund Is The Most Versatile Forward In The NHL Draft

William Eklund is a very talented forward who will go very high in the upcoming 2021 NHL Draft. One of the biggest reasons why is the shortage of potential top-line centers. Could Eklund become just that? “I like both positions. I feel comfortable at both,” Eklund proclaimed. “I think my offense

The Morning After For Montreal

The Canadiens must have woken up with quite the hangover this morning, after last night’s mistake galore they find themselves on the brink of elimination and it’s time for Dominique Ducharme to find some solutions. The rookie coach has his work cut out for him, the Lightning is quite a

Habs Mistakes Cost Them Dearly

The Canadiens had perhaps their worst start of the playoffs in this Game 3 but two things prevented it from being an unmitigated disaster, the timely timeout taken by Ducharme and the unwavering support of the crowd. Unlike in Vegas when the Habs took the lead over the locals, the Bell Centre crowd only got louder, chanting Price's name and letting him know they believed in him before launching into a "Go Habs Go" for the ages. Montreal finished the

Well Coached Lightning Make a Statement

Tampa - - The Tampa Bay Lightning beat down the Montreal Canadiens 5-1 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Nikita Kucherov, who had an injury last series seems completely over it! He had two goals and an assist. “We have a system. A plan and we stick to it.

Rod Brind’Amour is Staying in Carolina, So What’s Next?

Carolina Hurricanes general manager had a smile on his face and said the news all Canes fans wanted to hear. “We’ve reached a contract extension (three years) with Rod Brind’Amour. We truly believe we are heading in the right direction.” Brind’Amour is one of the best guys I’ve ever covered as a

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