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Michael Cammalleri is expected to miss the next two weeks after suffering a lacerated leg in Sunday's game against the Winnipeg Jets.Cammalleri exited the game during the first period after teammate Yannick Weber's skate appeared to get his skate caught up in his leg.
Cammalleri, who opened the scoring just 3:05 into the contest, asked
the referees to stop the game so he could be rushed to the locker room.He is in his third season with Montreal, having scored 45 goals in 132 games over the past two seasons.
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via TSN, Montreal Canadiens forward Michael Cammalleri cut his leg in the first period of Sunday’s game against the Winnipeg Jets and will be out of action for up to two weeks.
With around four minutes left in the frame, Winnipeg centre Mark Scheifele appeared to get his skate caught up in the right leg of Cammalleri.
Cammalleri quickly skated to the Canadiens’ bench and then...
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As I sit here in TSN 990 studios waiting for the Sunday Shinny to start, I came across an awesome video on P.K. Subban.
I figured we can all use some Thanksgiving weekend, Sunday morning hype, so enjoy the clip...it's awesome!
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Montreal forward Michael Cammalleri left in the first period of Sunday's game against the Winnipeg Jets.
The Montreal Canadiens will be without forward Michael Cammalleri and defenseman Jaroslav Spacek for the next few weeks. Cammalleri is expected to miss between 10-14 days because of a deep cut on his right leg. He escaped more serious injury as no muscle or tendon was cut when he appeared to make contact with teammate Yannick Weber's skate during a 5-1 win at Winnipeg on Sunday.
Jets Grounded, Not Ready for Takeoff, Flight Delay - use whatever airplane-related headline you want. It doesn’t take the sting out of the Jets’ loss against the Montreal Canadiens in their raucous home opener this past Sunday.
No, the team formerly known as the Thrashers aren’t expected to challenge for the Stanley Cup this year, but it doesn’t make the 5-1 drubbing the...
After watching a marathon of hockey on Friday and Saturday, I figured that it would be safe to take a day away yesterday. I stashed away my phone and accompanied my two-year-old son, Benjamin, on an outing to Sesame Place. When we went back to the car, I glanced at my emails and saw the Flyers press release about Blair Betts being returned to the club as a result of failing his physical...
In an unexpected twist to the start of the hockey season, the Montreal Canadiens are sending Blair Betts back to the Flyers after claiming the fourth liner on waivers last Wednesday. Betts apparently failed a physical with their organization and was deemed Flyers property again by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman.
The news puts Betts and general [...]
After a 15-year wait, NHL regular season hockey returns to Winnipeg, as the Jets host the Montreal Canadiens at the MTS Centre.
What a special way to kick off a new generation of Jets hockey in Winnipeg than against the most storied franchise in hockey history.
The Habs and the Atlanta Thrashers split four meetings last season. But this year it will be a whole new situation...
The Montreal Canadiens provided updates on injuries to forward Michael Cammalleri and defenseman Jaroslav Spacek, both of whom were hurt during Sunday's game in Winnipeg.
The NHL returned to Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a cold reminder of the challenge that lies ahead. Carey Price stopped 30 shots and the Montreal Canadiens put a damper on a massive civic celebration with a 5-1 victory against the Jets Sunday.
When the Montreal Canadiens acquired Blair Betts on waivers from the Philadelphia Flyers, it was seen as an astute hockey move: He added size to the Smurfs Ewoks Lilliputian undersized lineup and made one of the better penalty killing units in the NHL even better.
The Flyers, meanwhile, saw Betts as expendable with the additions of Max Talbot and rookies like Matt Read and Sean Couturier...
TUC has been traveling for the past five days, and internet has been intermittent. However, I was lucky enough to catch both Habs games in full. Without further ado, a few thoughts, as the Habs sit at 1-1.
- Carey Price is the key to the Canadiens season, plain and simple. Thus far, he looks cool as a cucumber, and he’s picking up right where he left off in April.
Forward Blair Betts had been returned to the Philadelphia Flyers as a result of a ruling by the National Hockey League Sunday.
The NHL returned to Winnipeg with a cold reminder of the challenge that lies ahead. Carey Price stopped 30 shots and the Montreal Canadiens put a damper on a massive civic celebration with a 5-1 victory over the Jets on Sunday. The return of big-league hockey to the city had fans celebrating in the streets hours before the puck was dropped and horns honking outside the MTS Centre throughout the...
NEW YORK-- Forward Blair Betts, who was claimed on waivers by the Montreal Canadiens from the Philadelphia Flyers o...