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There's something delicious about this image when you're talking supplemental discipline in the NHL.
It's obvious that few people think that the NHL does a good job of handing out supplemental discipline. Be it Colin Campbell or Brendan Shanahan, there's something to disagree with in nearly every decision. On-ice officiating can be questionable enough due to the speed of the game and what the officials catch, but when you send a hit or a play up the chain of command, you expect different. You expect them to view the hit multiple times from multiple angles to determine the legality, or lact therof, in the play. Sometimes, however, the decisions given -- or the decision to not even view a hit -- are as questionable as the hit itself.
It would be next to impossible to go through and detail all of the things that NHL fans have had issues with so far this season in regards to suspensions, fines, and the like. Instead, I've decided to look at one individual and his m...
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My there Habs Addicts, my name is Frank Dumais, and I recently joined the HabsAddict.com writing team.
I bring a different angle to the table, namely stats, and some of you might know me as @NHL_Stats, on Twitter.
This is my first piece entitled "Habs By the Numbers", and it will be weekly look at the Habs results and/or what's making Canadiens news this week...
With a little more than one month to go before the NHL 2012 trade deadline (February 27th, 2012 at 3PM EDT), the Montreal Canadiens are desperately trying to make the playoffs despite up and down results this season. After 48 games, the Habs hold the 11th spot in the Eastern Conference, eight points behind the Washington Capitals who hold the eight and last playoff spot with 53 points...
This week on the Sunday Shinny, Gary Whittaker, Nick Murdocco and regular panelist, Kamal Panesar, welcome Robyn Flynn to the show.
-Habs vs Leafs. Win.. but Carey Price needed to be the star
-Getting back on the “Habs need to mentor their young” topic
-Twitter question of the day: where are you as far as the Habs Bandwagon is concerned? Many different...
Morning puck fans.
According to a report on RDS, Jacques Martin still owns a role within the Canadiens organization.
This only adds to a point I have made earlier this season: the Habs keep far too many remnants of previous management teams.
Bob Gainey, who was replaced by his assistant Pierre Gauthier, remains as a consultant for Geoff Molson.
Randy Cunneyworth, who...
Morning puck addicts!
Your Montreal Canadiens played and defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs last night at the ACC in Toronto.
This was yet another must-win for the still mathematically alive, but mostly otherwise dead, Habs.
Including a 4-2 shootout loss to the Pens, Montreal has picked up three out of a possible four points in their last two games. They'll have to continue...
Heading into Saturday nights tilt against the Montreal Canadiens the Toronto Maple Leafs had lost three of their past four games, including two losses at Home. The Maple Leafs continued their downward trend, losing 3-1 to the Montreal Canadiens.
In season’s past a 3-1 loss to the Habs might have been acceptable, but not this season, not when the Habs are struggling, not with the...
MONTREAL – The Montreal Canadiens announced Tuesday evening that forward Andreas Engqvist has been recall...
A rare meeting between two of the most successful franchises in NHL history will have the stage to itself Wednesday night as the league's final contest before the All-Star break.
The current versions of the Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens, however, don't have very much in common.
The visiting Red Wings (33-15-1) are already guaranteed to spend the weekend in a...
The NHL fined Montreal defenseman PK Subban $2,500 for a "dangerous trip" of Penguins left wing Chris Kunitz during Friday's game at Consol Energy Center. Subban used his left foot to kick out Kunitz's skates from behind, causing him to fall feet-first into the boards behind Montreal's net.
Caps (25-19-2, 8-13-1 Road) at Pens (26-17-4, 13-7-2 Home), CONSOL, 12:38 pm EDT on NBC
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The NHL fined P.K. Subban $2500 for his âdangerous tripâ of Chris Kunitz on Friday, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. That is the maximum amount allowed under the NHL's collective bargaining agreement. Subban was not penalized on the...
NEW YORK (AP) -- The NHL fined Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban $2,500 for what the league called a "dangerous trip" on Pittsburgh Penguins forward Chris Kunitz.