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Herb Carnegie. Not exactly as shown. 

AND, YOU FUCKING IDIOTS, IT IS A SCOTS NAME PRONOUNCED: car- NAY-gee! Fucking idiots.

Fuck the PC bullshit.

Empty arena. Bitches.

Draft lottery, free agency dominate NHL GMs’ meeting

Alex Ovechkin

The Great Goal Chase: Ovechkin shooting for Gretzky’s all-time NHL record

Serge Savard, right, holds the puck with which he scored his first NHL goal. Pictured with Jacques Lemaire, left. (Yves Beauchamp, La Presse)

Q&A: Serge Savard talks Stanley Cups, Summit Series, bond with Hawerchuk

Canadiens head coach Claude Julien shared his thoughts on the factors that led to the club trading Max Domi to Columbus, and how the rise of Jesperi Kotkaniemi made Domi expendable.

Canadiens’ Claude Julien details how Max Domi became ‘expendable’

From left to right: new Canadiens GM Réjean Houle, new head coach Mario Tremblay, team president Ronald Corey and new assistant coach Yvan Cournoyer pose for photo during news conference at the Bell Centre on Oct. 21, 1995. Montreal Gazette

Remembering a day Canadiens fans would like to forget

The Chicago Blackhawks wrote a letter to fans on Tuesday confirming the team was committed to a rebuild after trading Brandon Saad and allowing Corey Crawford to leave in free agency this month.

Blackhawks committed to ‘rebuilding our roster’

Some guys that weren't smart enough to play for the Leafs.

Winnipeg Jets depth chart: Are more blue-line reinforcements on the way?

An all-Canadian division would be sure to heat up any simmering rivalries. PHOTO BY JEFF VINNICK /Getty Images North America

Imagining an all-Canadian division and how the Winnipeg Jets would fare

Brian Burke during his days as general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. PHOTO BY SUN FILES /Postmedia Network

RELATIONSHIP STATUS: Steve Simmons reflects on nearly 35 years covering Brian Burke

Mike Emrick, the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award winner, arrives at the 2008 Hall of Fame Induction ceremony on November 10, 2008 in Toronto. PHOTO BY BRUCE BENNETT /Getty Images

Hall of Fame hockey announcer ‘Doc’ Emrick retires

The Canucks' upgrade on defence with the acquisition of Nate Schmidt came at the cost of a downgrade up front, and now GM Jim Benning is nibbling around the edges of free agency, looking for a budget forward with offensive upside.

Schmidt trade boosts D-corps, but Canucks need to fill void up front

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Jets find themselves at crossroads over Patrik Laine’s future

Ken Campbell

Joe Thornton comes to Maple Leafs

Patrick Laine and the Jet’s future, the possibility of an all-Canadian division next season, and more.

Laine, Jets remain poised to part ways

Right winger Brendan Gallagher signs extension with Habs.  Makes fans forget about Jaromir Jagr. (Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports)

Gallagher Extension Cements Canadiens as a Win-Now Operation

Joe Thornton is expected to play this weekend with HC Davos after signing a contract with the Swiss club, TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun reports. Thornton, an unrestricted free agent, last skated on March 11 before the NHL season was halted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thornton to play for HC Davos

Josh. Something. Some guy. Usually NHL free agency opens with a flurry of big-money deals. But that just wasn’t going to happen in the COVID era.

31 Thoughts: Inside the tough, tense early days of NHL free agency

Tyler Hull. Oilers right winger.

Hall signing a much-needed win for Sabres

Kelly McCrimmon explained why signing Alex Pietrangelo will help the Vegas Golden Knights take the next step to becoming perennial contenders.

Pietrangelo agrees to seven-year, $61.6M contract with Golden Knights

The Boston Bruins announced on Tuesday that star forwards Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak recently underwent surgeries that could see them miss the start of the 2020-21 season.

Marchand, Pastrnak have surgery – Talks between Habs, Gallagher broken off

The Buffalo Sabres are banking on Taylor Hall to turn what was a long and unsettled off-season into a far brighter immediate future.

Sabres win Hall sweepstakes, sign forward to one-year, $8M deal

The Colorado Avalanche sent defencemen Nikita Zadorov and Anton Lindholm to the Chicago Blackhawks for Brandon Saad and defenceman Dennis Gilbert.

Avalanche acquire Saad in multiplayer trade – Sharks re-sign Labanc

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Remembering Hawerchuk's legendary career
Hockey Hall of Famer Dale Hawerchuk has died at the age of 57. A native of Toronto, Hawerchuk had experienced a recurrence of cancer in recent weeks. A five-time All-Star, Hawerchuk appeared in 1,188 games over 16 seasons with the Jets, Sabres, Blues and Flyers. Michael Farber has more on his legendary career in this essay.

Humble Hawerchuk remembered as a resilient competitor

Take a look back and the life and accomplishments of Hockey Hall of Famer Dale Hawerchuk, who played 16 seasons in the NHL, won the Calder Trophy, and was part of two Canada Cup Championships.

Dale Hawerchuk’s quiet brilliance made Winnipeg, and Canada, a winner

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Remembering Dale Hawerchuk: ‘A Humble Superstar’

The Hall of Famer, who died at the age of 57 on Tuesday, is remembered fondly for his immense talent and even larger sense of humility.

One of my all timers, and a seemingly great guy. Was in tears when I heard this, and so regret no longer having the Dale Hawerchuk Sunday Feature.

Winnipeg Jets star Dale Hawerchuk dead of cancer at 57

Hawerchuk was Hockey Hall of Famer, coach of Ontario Hockey League’s Barrie Colts

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Sunday Feature – Classics – Michel Briere

Hockey card from Denis's last year with the Chiefs, just before he hit the big time.

Lettres de Denis. Encore.

From the files of HockeyNewsChat

Denis talks to Marc Bergevin

Letters de Denis

Denis was a renowned businessman.

SundayFeature! Redux! Again! Encore!

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Ovechkin not ready to discuss retirement, focused on season with Capitals