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Rene Bourque “I know I’m still a good player and I’m not going to worry about that. It’s just been a tough go. It’s going to be a big summer for me. I had the worst year of my career as far as points go this season. Now I need to come back and have a good year.” “I still think that the Battle of Alberta is the best in hockey since I’ve played in most of those games. I’ve really only had a chance to face Boston and Toronto a couple of times since I got to Montreal. I’m sure it won’t take too long for me to start hating the guys from other teams here. Give it some time.” “I love this city (Montreal). I’d rather live here than Calgary any day of the week.”  by Dennis Kane  Gleaned from Canadiens magazine - For more great articles, be sure to visit

Rene Bourque Had Abdominal Surgery

MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin issued a medical update Wednesday concerning the status of forward Rene Bourque. Bourque successfully underwent surgery to repair an abdominal wall tear and will be sidelined for eight to 12 weeks. The surgery was performed earlier today in Montreal. Rene Bourque suffered the injury during his off-season training...

Montreal Canadiens Forward Rene Bourque To Miss 2-3 Months Following Ab Surgery

If the 2012-2013 NHL season does begin on time, it will do so without Rene Bourque. The Montreal Canadiens forward will be sidelined for the next 2-3 months after undergoing surgery to repair a tear in his abdominal. Bourque suffered the injury during offseason training, and will not be allowed to lace up his skates until early November, at the earliest. Since being...

Subban speaks, Bourque on the mend

In what has been a down time of late for Habs fans and hockey fans the like, two bits of news today from Montreal. The first, which you've likely already heard, is that Rene Bourque tore his abdominal wall and will be out the next 8-12 weeks recovering.  The second bit of news is, well, it isn't really news at all. However, it's an interview with PK Subban, in which...

P.K. Subban's Offseason Diet Plan Includes Ordering a Whole Cow From Farm (Video)

P.K. Subban's typical offseason includes training, preparing, resting and eating an entire cow. Yes, the Canadiens defenseman will see your summer grilling habits and do you one better, eating steak sometimes multiple times a day as part of his offseason nutrition program. "I eat a lot of protein -- steak in the morning, steak in the afternoon, fish, chicken," Subban...

Michael Del Zotto Misses Brandon Prust

For sure the initial shock of Brandon Prust signing with Montreal has worn off for Michael Del Zotto, but it appears that he has not moved on. Del Zotto was in Canada golfing with Prusty and spoke with The Score about a potential long-distance relationship between the two. At least he still has Boyle. The two will have to replace Prust and form a new Three Amigos. My guess...
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