This guy's just the best. (But seriously, he is.) After all, there's a reason we gave him the Fusion Go Forward Award at the 2014 Quebec Notable Awards. And it's because of moments like this. According to The Star, Subban stopped...
Sometimes you hear things that you think are too good to be true. Fair warning: if you’re a hockey fan, you might react with an inappropriate high-stick when you learn you can now pursue business accreditation in the hockey world. There’s nothing short-handed about this MBA
Hockey season has arrived and that can only mean one thing – Habs fever, baby. With a plethora of new spots opening around Montreal, the choices of where to cheer on the boys are plenty. So whether you enjoy catching the puck drop at classic joints like Chez Serge or you’d rather expand your horizons to the Ping Pong Club, we got you covered.
This week marks the official opening of the NHL regular season, and for many Canadian young professionals (YPs), that means at some point over the next eight months you’ll be heading to your city’s biggest arena to talk hockey. If this is a daunting thought, fear not; we’ve got you covered
When it comes to sports in Canada, there’s only one that comes to mind: HOCKEY! Yes, the Toronto Raptors were the talk of the country with their #WETHENORTH slogan and lint rollers, but they got eliminated and now the only northern team left is a hockey team and that team is the historic Montreal Canadiens
C’est le printemps à Montréal, ce qui signifie deux choses : terrasses et séries éliminatoires. Les amateurs du Canadien espèrent que la saison se prolongera longtemps, tout comme les nombreux propriétaires de restaurants/bars/pubs en ville. Voici la liste des 10 restaurants/bars/pubs où vous devez regarder l’un des matchs des Canadiens de Montréal
It’s springtime in Montreal and that means two things: Flowers and PLAYOFF HOCKEY. Habs fans are hoping for a long playoff run and so are the many restaurant/bar/pub owners in the city. Here’s a list of 10 restaurants/bars/pubs where you need to watch the Montreal Canadiens
It was entertaining to hear people discuss the best strategy for making yesterday's big gold medal game: Do we stay in Saturday and go to bed at 8pm, or do we just stay out all night and keep the party going?
Notre jeune professionnel du jour est le hockeyeur professionnel originaire de Montréal, Brandon Reid, qui joue actuellement sa première saison dans la LHK pour le CSKA de Moscou. Sa carrière professionnelle a débuté lorsqu’il fit son entrée dans la ligue de hockey junior à l’âge de 16 ans, pour ensuite être repêché par la LNH à 19 ans
Today's Notable Young Professional is pro hockey player Brandon Reid, a Montreal native currently playing his first season in the KHL for CSKA Moscow. His professional career started when he began playing junior hockey at 16, and was then drafted into the NHL at 19