Found January 15, 2012 on
When Flames general manager Jay Feaster managed
to acquire former 39-goal scorer Mike Cammalleri
from the Canadiens in a deal for Rene Bourque, he
put other NHL GMs on red alert.
BEST OF MAXIM
Another day, another headline for the Montreal Canadiens.
In a season marked by disappointment and curious moves, the NHL's most decorated franchise was the talk of the league again on Thursday night when news broke that Michael Cammalleri had been traded to Calgary for Rene Bourque.
The teams also swapped a prospect and a pick in the deal, which Canadiens GM Pierre Gauthier...
By Ryan Holmer http://twitter.com/RyanHB)
It’s amazing how quickly things can change.
During the first period of the Flames’ – Ducks’ game, I heard news that Mike Cammalleri had been pulled from Montreal’s game against Boston.
Immediately I knew he was traded; the question was where. Numerous sources stated ‘Florida’, ‘Pittsburgh’...
I tried. I tried my best to keep my attention on the Winnipeg Jets/San Jose Sharks game last night. As per usual, I was taking notes on my laptop, and as per usual I had Twitter open on my laptop as well. Suddenly I see that Mike Cammalleri has been pulled from the Montreal Canadiens/Boston Bruins game; it occurs to me that the Habs/Bruins tilt is on TSN, so I flipped over to see...
A larger physical presence and salary cap space: The Montreal Canadiens gain both by trading Mike Cammalleri to the Calgary Flames for Rene Bourque."We have a lot of young players who have joined the club like (defenceman Raphael) Diaz, who aren't very big and we felt it was important to get bigger up front," Canadiens GM Pierre Gauthier told the Montreal Gazette. ...
Welcome back, Mike Cammalleri. The Flames needed you!
Let the fan flags fly as we bid farewell to René Bourque in exchange for Montreal Canadiens, and former-Flame’ Mike Cammalleri, goaltender Karri Ramo and a fifth-round draft pick in the 2012 draft.
This all in exchange for the struggling number 17, last year’s fifth-round draft pick Patrick Holland and a second-round...
The Canadiens made another move in their chaotic season by trading forward Mike Cammalleri to Calgary in the middle of a game in Boston Thursday night.
The Canadiens were justified in trading Mike Cammalleri, but Stu Hackel says how they did it and his unflattering public remarks were yet another dark mark on the proud franchise.
Mike Richards had a goal and an assist for the Kings, who spoiled Mike Cammalleri's anticipated return to the Flames with a 4-1 victory over Calgary on Saturday night.
BROSSARD – The Habs are hoping to see Rene Bourque make a big impact.
After hitting the ice for the third period on Thursda...
Mike Richards had a goal and an assist for the Los Angeles Kings, who spoiled Mike Cammalleri's anticipated return to the Flames with a 4-1 victory over Calgary on Saturday night.
The Eastern Conference standings are slowly starting to broaden, and teams like the Washington Capitals and Montreal Canadiens may find themselves on the outside looking in if they dont start putting up some extended winning streaks.
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The two forlorn franchises will meet for the first of four times this season on Wednesday night...
MONTREAL – Scott Gomez returns and Rene Bourque arrives on the morning of one of the Habs’ most important games ...
No. 1 Star: Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh Penguins
For all the reasons we listed earlier, Malkin's 5-point game — including a natural hat trick — in the Penguins' 6-3 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning was the performance of the day.
No. 2 Star: Jason Blake, Anaheim Ducks
The Ducks continue their post-"GM says everyone must go!" run with a 4-2 win at the Vancouver...