Earlier this morning in Brossard, the Montreal Canadiens have received good news that two of their four injured players will possibly return for the final few games before the post-season begins. Josh Gorges had hand surgery at the beginning of March to repair a broken bone (that he suffered a few weeks earlier and continued playing with). He was expected to miss 4 weeks to recover...
Montreal Canadiens announced that their veteran defenseman, Josh Gorges underwent surgery early Monday Morning to repair a fracture in his left hand. The estimated time of recovery is minimum four weeks. It appears that Gorges fractured his hand playing against the Pittsburgh Penguins nearly two weeks ago. This did not stop the defenseman as he played in a couple of games following...
According to the Montreal Canadiens, Josh Gorges underwent surgery on Monday morning to repair a fracture in his left hand, the result of a blocked shot against the Toronto Maple Leafs, and will be out for approximately another four weeks.
Losing Gorges for that long is a big blow to the Canadiens, especially with Carey Price already sidelines with an undisclosed lower body injury...
Earlier today the Montreal Canadiens announced on their twitter page that defenseman Josh Gorges will miss the teams final two road games (against Phoenix and San Jose). Michael Miller-Wikimedia CommonsIt has been revealed that Gorges is suffering from a hand fracture and will head back to Montreal to get examined by the team doctors. There were conflicting reports about when this...
The only person missing from the Ottawa Senators thrashing of the Montreal Canadiens was WWE chairman/mouthpiece Vince McMahon.
It is true that these are two teams that hate each other with a passion that is usually limited to a blood feud.
However, what erupted in the third period that contest was downright ugly.
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Saying he's "got nothing else to do." Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges sent out a Twitter invite for an outdoor pickup hockey game and the fan turnout was fantastic.
With the NHL lockout grinding through its fourth month, Montreal Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges looked to an unusual source to find his next hockey game: Twitter.
The 28-year-old Gorges extended an open invitation to his followers on the social network to join him at a Montreal rink Wednesday afternoon, during the Boxing Day holiday.
Fans responded in droves.
The scene didn...
Via AP on Fox
December 26, 2012
Montreal Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges is using Twitter to organize an outdoor hockey game with fans.
The 28-year-old called on fans to join him at a neighborhood rink in Montreal on Wednesday afternoon during the Boxing Day holiday.
Gorges jokes that he may move slowly on the ice after Tuesday night's Christmas dinner.
The hockey game comes two days after the NHL lockout...
Via AP on Fox
December 26, 2012
Josh Gorges finished atop the league standings in blocked shots this season and managed to play in all 82 games. Not bad for a guy coming off ACL-reconstruction--which we know can be a little tricky.
A big confidence boost was surviving a freak fall in the preseason that tested Gorges' knee to its full extent. Having passed that test with flying colors, the Montreal rearguard...