The world of high-end men’s fashion isn’t cheap, so it helps when you’re a professional hockey player like the Canadiens’ P.K. Subban and have an eight-year, $72-million contract. 672 more words
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Zack Kassian’s first photo in a Canadiens jersey after being traded from the Vancouver Canucks was a classic.
After the Canadiens acquired the 6-foot-3, 214-pound forward on Canada Day — along with a fifth-round draft pick — in exchange for Brandon Prust, Kassian tweeted a photo of himself at his summer cottage in Ontario’s Muskoka region, wearing a too-small white Habs jersey with a too-small blue Habs golf cap, in bare feet and shorts along with his trademark toothless grin that makes him look like a character from Slap Shot. 1,367 more words
Being a general manager in the National Hockey League is not an easy job, especially in a salary-cap world.
GMs are forced to make tough decisions and the Canadiens’ Marc Bergevin made one on Canada Day when he traded fan-favourite Brandon Prust to the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for Zack Kassian. 887 more words
Trevor Timmins, the Canadiens’ vice-president of player personnel and director of amateur scouting, has spent 13 seasons in the Montreal organization.
During that time he has scouted and drafted many players, but on the eve of this year’s NHL Draft on June 26 in Florida, he told reporters that the most important decision he was involved in was taking goalie Carey Price with the No. 811 more words