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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

Facing A Sweep; Ducharme is Making Changes

Tonight, the Canadiens will try to stave off elimination when they take on the Lightning in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final. Montreal will no doubt want to avoid the humiliation of a sweep and the ultimate insult, the Stanley Cup being won on their own ice in front

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

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.

Early Stanley Cup Odds Update

The NHL is back! After a most unusual 2019-20 season, we're back on the ice again. The league did a fantastic job of holding the playoffs in the bubble last season, so we can only hope that carries over into the new season. This is going to be different from

Ryan Callahan On Surviving Without Steven Stamkos

Luckily for the Tampa Bay Lightning they won’t have to try and survive an entire season without their captain, Steven Stamkos. Last April the Tampa star forward had to get surgery on a blood clot. The prognosis was he’d be out 1-3 months. On May 26th he played against the

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