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GARRIOCH: Ottawa Senators' 2019-20 season quietly comes to an official end
That’s all she wrote for this edition of the Ottawa Senators. And, now the off-season work can begin for Ottawa owner Eugene Melnyk, general manager Pierre Dorion, coach D.J. Smith, chief scout Trent Mann and the rest of the hockey operations ...
Hickey on hockey: Canadiens part of NHL playoff plans
The Montreal Canadiens are in the playoffs. Now that we have that improbable bit of news out of the way, the only questions are if, when and where the National Hockey League will proceed with its plans for a 24-team tournament to determine the ...
Flames’ Treliving not picky about playoff plan: ‘Whatever the format is, we’re excited to be part of it’
In a Stanley Cup playoff series in an empty arena, it would certainly be easy for a general manager — usually seated high above in the press-box — to make his opinions known. To his skating stars. To the men in stripes. To millions of fans ...
Billy Harris a Maple Leaf lifer
Since 1917, more than 1,000 men have worn the Blue and White in Toronto’s NHL history. They’re part of a team that millions of Canadians grew up listening to, watching on TV or even seeing live, perhaps dreaming they could play for them one day. ...
Healthy at last, Juulsen hopes to regain spot on Canadiens' blue line
It was only one hockey game, but Noah Juulsen hopes that his appearance in what would be the Laval Rocket’s final game of the season is the first step on the road back to the NHL. “Even if it was only one game, there was a long stretch when I ...
D.J. Smith studying the top 10 to find ways to improve
D.J. Smith and his coaching staff are searching for answers. If you want to be one of the best, you’ve got to learn from those at the top of the league, and with the NHL season paused because of the novel coronavirus the Ottawa Senators are ...
GARRIOCH: Ottawa Senators' coach D.J. Smith keeping himself busy during NHL pause
Even if you spend just a few minutes with D.J. Smith you’ll quickly realize he’s the kind of guy who has a difficult time sitting still. Having spent a day with the Ottawa Senators’ coach last summer at his home near Windsor and then at the ...
Peterson warming up for post-playing career?
Adrian Peterson is returning to the Washington Redskins for his 13th NFL season, but he wishes it was under different circumstances. He’d prefer to have what he calls “the best offensive lineman in the game” in front of him. The 35-year old ...
CRACKS OF DON: These days Habs SHOULD be thrown parade for making playoffs
It’s known as the greatest franchise in NHL history, among the very best ever in pro sports. But these days in these years, the Montreal Canadiens have become a politician’s joke. “If the Canadiens make the playoffs, unfortunately we will not ...
Who's afraid of Canadiens goalie Carey Price?
Who’s afraid of Carey Price? As it turns out, a lot of people and that fear has entered into the discussion of how to structure a possible NHL playoff format this summer. While NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has said the league is exploring ...