How Marc Bergevin turned Tim Bozon into Nikita Nesterov

Within a couple of months, Montreal’ general manager turned an ECHLer into a top-six defenceman. On January 26, the Montreal Canadiens traded Jonathan Racine and a sixth-round pick to the Tampa Bay Lightning for Nikita Nesterov. The trade was seen largely as a success for the Canadiens right off the bat, and reinforced with Nesterov’s debut match with the Canadiens against the...
Via Eyes On The Prize
February 03, 2017

Gilmour scores as Pack lose again

Springfield Thunderbirds 4, Hartford Wolf Pack 2 By Henry Lucey Hartford, CT, December 7, 2016 – The Springfield Thunderbirds’ Joe Diamond and Tim Bozon both scored second period goals to propel the visiting Thunderbirds to a 4-2 victory over the Hartford Wolf Pack Wednesday night at the XL Center in Hartford. Despite taking just over […] The post Gilmour scores as Pack lose...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
December 08, 2016

Looking back at Tim Bozon’s time in the Montreal Canadiens organization

The recently traded forward never found his stride in the professional ranks. On Saturday, the Montreal Canadiens traded forward Tim Bozon to the Florida Panthers for defenceman Jonathan Racine, ending his short but eventful stay in the organization. When the team drafted the American-born French player in the third round of the 2012 entry draft (64th overall), they picked a player...
Via Eyes On The Prize
October 10, 2016

Canadiens trade Tim Bozon to Florida for Jonathan Racine

Tim Bozon struggled to regain his form following a battle with meningitis, and his time with the organization is over When Tim Bozon wasn’t invited to join the Canadiens at rookie camp this year, it seemed obvious that his days with the Canadiens organization could be numbered. Sure enough, the team confirmed today that he has been dealt to the Panthers in exchange for Jonathan...
Via Eyes On The Prize
October 08, 2016

Report: Canadiens Prospect Tim Bozon Placed In Induced Coma

Montreal Canadiens prospect Tim Bozon has been placed in an induced coma at a Saskatoon hospital after contracting a form of bacterial meningitis, a team official told QMI Agency, via the Toronto Sun. The 19-year-old, who plays for the Kootenay Ice in the Western Hockey League, was admitted to Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon on March 1, and placed in the induced coma on...
Via NESN.com
March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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