Since today is April's Fool Day, it wouldn't be right to not post at least one prank video in honor of this classic holiday.
Over the weekend, the Montreal Canadiens held an open practice for their fans and decided to play a prank on rookie defenseman Nathan Beaulieu.
Nathan was in the front of the line leading the players out and the rest of the veterans decided to...
After suiting up for his first game the night before, Nathan Beaulieu was given the honor of leading the Montreal Canadiens out onto the ice for open practice. Unfortunately for him no one else would skate with him.
I don’t get hockey. Do that many fans show up to watch practice?
-H/T It’s Always Sunny in Detroit
Here’s Montreal Canadiens rookie Nathan Beaulieu skating a solemn lap by himself while his team stands back and chuckles at him, helpfully reminding us that you shouldn’t believe anything you read, see, or someone tells you from yesterday morning until like, tomorrow evening. April Fools Day is the worst, and no matter how cool an idea sounds today, let somebody ELSE lead the...
A DAY EARLY, EVEN
via NHL.com The Montreal Canadiens held an open Easter Sunday practice for fans and drew a surprising 17,000 fans. The Canadiens started the show pulling a prank on rookie Nathan Beaulieu, who made his NHL debut Saturday night. Beaulieu was the first one to take the ice and the rest of the Canadiens stopped at the bench and left him to skate a lap around the ice by himself. You...
from Stu Cowan of Hockey Inside/Out,
The Canadiens held a 10 a.m. open practice at the Bell Centre on Easter Sunday and attracted more than 17,000 fans to the Bell Centre.
Yet more proof that hockey is a religion in Montreal.
The Canadiens were coming off a 3-0 victory over the New York Rangers the night before that put them in first place in the Northeast Division and...
Good morning hockey fans.
In spite of all of their offensive prowess, the Russians were shutout 1-0 last night as Sweden captured World Junior gold.
With the likes of Max Friberg, Evgeni Kuznetsov and Nail Yakupov in the contest, how many of you would have predicted that score?
Not me, that is for sure.
Meanwhile, Brendan Gallagher, Nathan Beaulieu and Michael Bournival...
1) The Canadian Juniors put on a show last night against the Czech Republic.
Brendan Gallagher's been showcased on one of the top lines, and though he didn't manage to bury the game's best scoring chance, he was on the ice for all five goals Canada scored in the game.
Michael Bournival registered an assist, and Nathan Beaulieu displayed his spectacular skating...
Habs Top Prospects to Represent Canada
Word has just trickled out that Nathan Beaulieu, Michael Bournival and Brendan Gallagher have all made Team Canada's 2012 World Junior Chamionship squad.
Always a good measuring stick for the future of a team, Habs fans can be confident that there are good things coming up the Canadiens pipeline as, following 12 cuts this morning...