Found August 10, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
from Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette, One of the most remarkable records for longevity in sports is Gordie Howe still playing in the NHL at a 51-year-old in 1979-80 with the Hartford Whalers. Mr. Hockey put up 15-26-41 totals while playing in all 80 games. Only four Canadiens had more than 41 points last season: Max Pacioretty (65), Eric Cole (61), David Desharnais (60) and Tomas Plekanec (52). Former Canadien Chris Chelios ranks No. 2 on the NHL’s Golden Oldies list, retiring at age 48…. Sports Illustrated put together a fantastic photo gallery on its website of the All-Time NHL Oldest Players. Check it out by clicking here read on.

Two Canadian Cities Won’t Be Happy

The Hockey News continues their conference rankings… 13 MONTREAL CANADIENS Why: While Montreal found a wonderful line of Erik Cole, Max Pacioretty and David Desharnais last season, the team still doesn’t score enough goals. They added grit in the form of Brandon Prust and Colby Armstrong that will beef up an undersized forward corps, but that doesn’t address the need for offense…...
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