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Is It Time? - Therrien's Road with the Habs

It always happens sooner or later, every hockey season in Montreal. The panic has set in. As of February 8th, the Montreal Canadiens have lost four games in a row, the latest against the weakest team in the league, the Colorado Avalanche. I'm reluctant to ask the question, because Michel Therrien is the coach I have enjoyed watching the most in the last few years. His interviews and post-game scrums are always funny, win or lose—he is, in my eyes, very entertaining. However, ownership does not care about entertainment, they care about only one thing: a winning record. So, whether it's listening to sports radio or watching the last game's performance, I have to ask myself: is it time?  


Go Stingers Go!

CJLO Sports will be live from Ed Meagher Arena this upcoming Friday, February 3rd when the #10 Concordia Stingers Men's hockey team faces off against the University of Western Ontario Mustangs in their 2nd to last home game of the season! Alex Cole and Safia Ahmad have the call as CJLO Sports goes live at 7:20. Puck Drop is at 7:30.


Radu!

Radulov has a history of partying hard...

Promises of change were made, local sports media talked about a major shake-up happening, and with that in mind Marc Bergevin, Habs General Manager, sure did not disappoint! After drafting future number one D-man Mikhail Sergachev and trading Lars Eller for gritty forward Andrew Shaw, it happened—P. K. was traded! Fast forward a week later, Marc Bergevin, who is said not to be a fan of July 1st free agency day, signed often troubled KHL winger Alexander Radulov.


The P. K. Subban trade is good for the Montreal Canadiens!

Sure, I liked P. K. but...

I was asked to write an article about the draft held in Buffalo last Friday, which ultimately was overshadowed by the Subban trade rumours (thanks George Laraques and 91.9 Sport). The trade never materialised then, which in retrospect I think is a good thing.


This Week in Sports - April 18th

In a week dominated by the NHL playoffs, we'll take this week's edition of TWIS to focus on what's going on around the NHL.

Shocking Results


This Week In Sports: April 4th

NHL:

The race to the playoffs continues, and it appears to be a three team race in both conferences with Buffalo, Florida and Washington vying for the final few spots in the East while Phoenix, San Jose, Los Angeles battle it out for the West (Colorado and Dallas look like major long shots at this point).


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