Biscuits 42: Marc Bergevin Has No Idea What He's Doing with Montreal
Lozo and Down Goes Brown also discuss problems with the Winter Classic, players boycotting the All-Star Game, the best jerseys of all time, and much more.
Biscuits 37: Are the Golden Knights Actually Good?
Lozo and Down Goes Brown also discuss what Carey Price's return means for Montreal, the NHL's 100th anniversary celebrations, the uptick in goal scoring, and finally devote time to mailbag questions.
Jonathan Drouin Trade Was a Good Hockey Deal for Both Montreal and Tampa
It could also kickstart a busy summer of trades for the Canadiens if they now to decide to move on from forward Alex Galchenyuk.
Montreal's Terrible Judgment Exemplified by Subban's Stellar Playoff Run
The star defenceman has helped power the Predators to the Cup in Year 1 of the much-debated Subban-Weber trade.
P.K. Subban Won the Predators-Canadiens P.K. Subban Trade
It was ten months ago that Marc Bergevin traded Subban to the Predators for Shea Weber, and now we know who came out on top in that deal.
Price vs. Lundqvist Is the Best NHL Playoffs Story Nobody Cares About
Two potential Hall of Fame goaltenders at the top of their games, and the biggest story of the first four games of the Rangers–Canadiens series has been what, Tanner Glass?
Forty Years Ago, the Montreal Canadiens Changed Hockey Forever
The 1976-77 Canadiens might have been the best pro sports team in North American history.
P.K. Subban and Montreal Are Still in Love
If we learned one thing from P.K. Subban's return to Montreal, it's that the wound of him leaving is still fresh for everyone involved.
How Hockey Keeps Some of Canada's Best Chefs in Line
In a lot of ways, a locker room is a foul-smelling parallel universe to the kitchen.
Why Montreal GM Marc Bergevin Is A Boss, And Boston's Don Sweeney Is Lost
The Canadiens' hiring of Bruins castoff coach Claude Julien shows why the former franchise has a plan, and the latter is floundering in mediocrity.
Montreal Fires Michel Therrien, Hires Former Bruins Coach Claude Julien
In 2003, the Canadiens fired Michel Therrien and hired Claude Julien. They just did it again today.
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This Super Intense NHL Ref is Awesome
NHL referee Wes McCauley has a flair for the dramatic.