The Montreal Canadiens have formally announced a major shakeup within their front office, as has been reported and rumored for days. Marc Bergevin, Trevor Timmins, and Paul Wilson have been relieved of their duties as part of these changes. As part of the front office changes, team CEO Geoff Molson has announced that the Canadiens have retained the services of Jeff Gorton to serve as the Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations.
This change does not come as a shock to anyone and has been rumored for days. The major shocker out of this situation is a team who made the Stanley Cup Playoffs last year is going through a significant re-org after an abysmal 6-15-2 start. Whether last year was a fluke or this year is the fluke, Bergevin was entering the final year of his contract anyway.
Now it’s simply time to watch and see where the organization goes from here. We’ll be sure to keep our eye on it and bring you updates as they arise.
After practice this morning, the Detroit Red Wings trimmed their roster from 69 to 60 players. The Red Wings will now have 34 forwards, 20 defensemen, and six goaltenders available to start the preseason schedule. Of the 60 players, 49 were acquired through the draft, trades, or free agency. These players are expected to make […]
Every off-season, there is always that very dull spot. The excitement of free agency is gone, trade rumors go quiet, the teams are set, and that’s where we are right now. Thankfully, we are about to be out of that. As training camp is starting up and pre-season games are up and running, opening night […]
The goaltending situation in Adirondack has always been a question coming into each season. However, this season’s situation seems a lot more promising, at least for now. Looking at the Devil’s organization, they want to have more depth at the goaltending position. With that, they want to have three goaltenders at all three levels, which […]