Kyle Beach Brad Aldrich Case Means A Lot of People Need to be Fired From Hockey. By Jamie Gilcig #HOCKEYCRUNCH

October 28, 2021 – We now know that former 11th overall pick Kyle Beach was John Doe in the sexual assault cover up by Black Hawk management back 2010 that led to other victims before Brad Aldrich, a video coach, was finally charged by police after assaulting a high school student. While the minutiae of… Continue reading Kyle Beach Brad Aldrich Case Means A Lot of People Need to be Fired From Hockey. By Jamie Gilcig #HOCKEYCRUNCH

HOCKEY CRUNCH – Habs Bold Pick of Logan Mailloux Simply Smart Hockey. By Jamie Gilcig

JULY 25, 2021 – The ultimate goal in any professional team sport at the highest level is ultimate victory. The Habs had a taste this year by fumbling into the final before being blown out of the water by the defending Champs. Now with word that Shea Weber may be done, along with other team… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH – Habs Bold Pick of Logan Mailloux Simply Smart Hockey. By Jamie Gilcig

HOCKEY CRUNCH Habs End Cinderella Cup Run. Time to say Goodbye to Bergy, Ducharme, Price & Weber. By Jamie Gilcig

July 8, 2021 – What a wild ride this season has been. There’s been some good, but more bad ultimately. The Free Agent pick ups worked out really well. Sadly, some of those character guys that GM Marc Bergevin built this time around kinda punked out. This edition of the Habs reminds me of the… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH Habs End Cinderella Cup Run. Time to say Goodbye to Bergy, Ducharme, Price & Weber. By Jamie Gilcig

HOCKEY CRUNCH – Habs Blow Season in Single Losing Streak by Jamie Gilcig 113019

I know it’s early and with parity anything can happen, but……I’m a numbers guy. Montreal sadly is in the usual spot where they get off to an early jump because big bruisers ease into the season more than wee quick scamps. Things tighten up; unless your the Habs D. Could it all be because “Jo”… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH – Habs Blow Season in Single Losing Streak by Jamie Gilcig 113019

HOCKEY CRUNCH – Habs Fans & Team Deserve Play Off Cookie from Bergy by Jamie Gilcig 020119

It’s been an interesting year. It’s been a weird year. With very low expectations les boys are firmly in a playoff spot, even if it’s just a wild card one. Carey decided to be Carey once his bud Captain Shea Weber was back and Tie Domi has been a refreshing player to watch. Now this… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH – Habs Fans & Team Deserve Play Off Cookie from Bergy by Jamie Gilcig 020119

13 Hab Points as the 2018-19 Season Starts by Jamie Gilcig 100218

Cornwall Ontario – It’s going to be a sad season in Montreal.   Like many others I have no idea why such a legendary team has run itself into the ground. The team just named Shea Weber Captain.  Honestly they should be trying to salvage value and be looking to move him.   Or then perhaps they… Continue reading 13 Hab Points as the 2018-19 Season Starts by Jamie Gilcig 100218

Will Vegas Flip Pacioretty After Habs Trade? By Jamie Gilcig 091018

Cornwall Ontario –  Oddly enough this will go down as one of Hab GM Marc Bergevin’s best trades. It wasn’t a great trade, and barely was a good trade as the team diminished its asset as it seems bent on doing.   Will they be trashing Carey Price and his near untradeable contract next if the… Continue reading Will Vegas Flip Pacioretty After Habs Trade? By Jamie Gilcig 091018

Fearless NHL Stanley Cup Predictions for Round 1 by Jamie Gilcig 041218

Cornwall Ontario –   Yes, it’s that time!   Sadly the Habs didn’t make the playoffs because GM Marc Bergevin totally blew it this season and it seems that owner Geoff Molson might actually let him have a seventh kick at the can which is way too Rejean Houle scary. But I digress.   The Leafs and Jets… Continue reading Fearless NHL Stanley Cup Predictions for Round 1 by Jamie Gilcig 041218

What Can the Habs Get for Pacioretty by Jamie Gilcig 010318

Cornwall Ontario – With the Habs falling off the edge of bubble and the team showing no signs of progress it looks like owner Geoff Molson is considering some moves.   When rumor sites start talking about certain types of rumors that means a name is in play. Multiple sites have mentioned Pacioretty.  If the Habs… Continue reading What Can the Habs Get for Pacioretty by Jamie Gilcig 010318

Time to Stick a Fork in the 2017/18 Habs Courtesy of Geoff Molson 121917

Cornwall Ontario – The Christmas break sadly is the funeral song for les boys this season.    The injury to Shea Weber didn’t do it.  The drama that is Carey Price actually wasn’t either. It was owner Geoff Molson signing off on the strange Rejean Houle type management of his hand picked GM Marc Bergevin. … Continue reading Time to Stick a Fork in the 2017/18 Habs Courtesy of Geoff Molson 121917

Preseason Winless Habs Highlight Defensive Woes. By Jamie Gilcig 092917

Cornwall Ontario – Short of pulling a rabbit out of his hat and using some of that $8M in cap space, Habs GM Marc Bergevin is in a tricky position that might see him lose his job. After consistently overpaying for less valuable assets the Habs are in a position of weakness and a clear… Continue reading Preseason Winless Habs Highlight Defensive Woes. By Jamie Gilcig 092917

Is the Carey Price Contract Tradeable? Bergy Deflates Hab Values. By Jamie Gilcig 080817

Cornwall Ontario – It’s been a disastrous two years for Habs GM Marc Bergevin.  When owner Geoff Molson fires him this season he won’t be able to say that he wasn’t given every opportunity to win in Montreal. Five seasons with no true improvement in the roster during the cap era is not good for… Continue reading Is the Carey Price Contract Tradeable? Bergy Deflates Hab Values. By Jamie Gilcig 080817

HABS Bergy Pulls a Turnip on NHL Free Agent Day 2017 – by Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario – Well Habs GM Marc Bergevin signed his centre.  Peter Holland.  I know.  A Coyote cast off. Now this is Sunday July 2 at 10:30 AM and it’s still early days, but Mr. Bergevin’s signing of Karl Alzner also was not a sign to get excited about. Alzner’s a decent enough 4th or… Continue reading HABS Bergy Pulls a Turnip on NHL Free Agent Day 2017 – by Jamie Gilcig

Apparently You Do Need 2 Strong Centre’s in the NHL in 2017. By Jamie Gilcig JUNE 7, 2017

Cornwall Ontario –  As we wait to see who gets to hoist Lord Stanley’s Cup this season (Go PK!) there’s a bit of a lull in the hockey world.  The Las Vegas expansion only has so much heat story wise, free agency is looking to be a bore this year and it seems that it’s… Continue reading Apparently You Do Need 2 Strong Centre’s in the NHL in 2017. By Jamie Gilcig JUNE 7, 2017

Why Geoff Molson Has to Fire Habs GM Marc Bergevin by Jamie Gilcig MAY 27,2017

Cornwall Ontario – All GM’s have their ups and down as Hab fans prepare to watch PK Subban enter the realm that is the Stanley Cup final for a team that’s reached it for the very first time ever; coincidently, the first year after trading swapping out their heart, soul, and captain, who never led… Continue reading Why Geoff Molson Has to Fire Habs GM Marc Bergevin by Jamie Gilcig MAY 27,2017

Rd 2 Picks – Breaking Down the Habs Roster & Why Bergy Isn’t the Guy by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 25, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – I only made playoff pics for the Canadian teams in round one.  I went four for five including the Rangers to defeat Montreal in six games.  (I wish I was wrong on that one, but the curse of Rejean Houle may be too powerful to ever defeat) I’m not sure I’m a… Continue reading Rd 2 Picks – Breaking Down the Habs Roster & Why Bergy Isn’t the Guy by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 25, 2017

It’s Time to Dump Marc Bergevin by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 23, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – I know.  Montreal fans can be hyper emotional.    This isn’t about that.  It’s been a long two years for Hab fans.   It’s been a long time since their last cup win or even a real close sniff. Montreal isn’t the worst team in the league, but they are far from… Continue reading It’s Time to Dump Marc Bergevin by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 23, 2017

Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

Cornwall Ontario –  It was great to see five Canadian teams make the playoffs this season after Canada was blanked last year. Sadly all five lost their opening games; some tragically, some, well hockey is a game of funny bounces and for the Leafs Friday night the puck didn’t bounce their way. The upstart Leafs… Continue reading Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

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