Montreal Canadiens defenseman Tom Gilbert didn’t have the best moment on Thursday night. He accidentally tripped Dustin Tokarski as he went to the net and this bizarre incident ended up leading to the Edmonton Oilers game-winning goal. [SB Nation] The post Canadiens D Tom Gilbert Trips Goalie, Gives Up OT Winner To Edmonton appeared first on Diehardsport.
In a sad bit of news, hockey legend Jean Beliveau has passed away at age 83. The Montreal Canadiens, the team Beliveau made his name with, released a statement: “The Montreal Canadiens organization is extremely moved by Mr. Beliveau’s passing away. Like millions of hockey fans who followed the life and the career of...
After a weird little saga where the Toronto Maple Leafs were essentially begging for Josh Gorges to waive his no-trade clause, he decides to waive it for the Buffalo Sabres for a 2016 second round pick. Gorges, 29, was undrafted and started his career with the Sharks and played there for a couple of seasons before going to Montreal where [...]
The Florida Panthers have announced that their veteran defenseman Tom Gilbert's season is over as he underwent surgery to fix a sports hernia.Gilbert signed a professional tryout contract in September during training camp. Since the contract he has played top minutes (second best with Brian Campbell who played more). It has been said that Gilbert has been suffering from the sports...
With the NHL trade deadline looming, the Boston Bruins will likely look to add some defensive depth to their team. After losing Dennis Seidenberg in late December to a season-ending injury, the B’s have used their “next man up” mentality to make up for his absence. But the Bruins won’t be able to cover up the significant loss for the rest of the season, so they’ll likely...
To me, the most interesting types of players are the ones where the numbers diverge from the opinion of NHL management types. In some cases, the numbers like guys who people inside hockey aren’t sold on – Tom Gilbert is a pretty good example of that. In other cases, guys inside hockey love a guy [...]
Tom Gilbert and Tomas Kopecky scored in the final three minutes, and the Florida Panthers topped the Ottawa Senators 4-2 on Thursday night for their fifth straight win. Gilbert beat Craig Anderson with a one-timer off a pass from Tomas Fleischmann with 2:32 left and only two seconds remaining in a high-sticking penalty to Senators forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau. One minute later,...
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Tom Gilbert and Tomas Kopecky scored in the final three minutes, and the Florida Panthers topped the Ottawa Senators 4-2 on Thursday night for their fifth straight win.
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