Juraj Slafkovsky

NHL Draft Lottery balls

Each Team’s Last Draft Lottery Win

Get your popcorn. Take a break from golf. The teams outside the playoffs are anxiously waiting to see where their ping pong balls will drop Monday night as their team’s future will be determined. Let’s look at each team’s last lottery win and who they drafted with the 1st overall pick. The teams are listed […]

Read More

Vegas Knights Sign 2022 Draft Pick To Entry-Level Deal

The Vegas Golden Knights have signed their 2022 second-round pick (48th overall) Matyas Sapovaliv to a three-year entry-level contract worth $2.58 million, general manager Kelly McCrimmon confirmed Monday. The annual salary cap hit will be $860,000. Sapovaliv, an 18-year-old forward out of Czechia, is a member of the Saginaw Spirit of the OHL. So far […]

Read More
Photo by Vitor Munhoz/NHLI via Getty Images

What Are the Montreal Canadiens?

Going into the season, many hockey pundits and fans alike thought that the Montreal Canadiens were going to be a bad team. Can you blame them? The team does not have a lot of depth, does not have Carey Price backstopping them, and plays in the unbelievably high-octane Atlantic Division. Believe it or not, the […]

Read More
Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Habs Juraj Slafkovsky Suspended 2 Games For Hit From Behind

After being selected first overall back in July by the Montreal Canadiens, it wasn’t a lock that Juraj Slafkovsky was going to make the Habs’ opening night roster. He had a very subpar training camp which led many people to believe he would start the year with Laval of the AHL. Evidently, he would go […]

Read More

Which Rookies Are Staying? Which Rookies Are Leaving?

The nine-game benchmark is fast approaching which is big for teams because it is up to the coaching, management, and front-office staff to decide which rookies stay and which will get sent down to the junior or AHL levels. Juraj Slafkovsky Although he has had many games where he showed flashes of what he can […]

Read More

Habs rout Coyotes to stay perfect at home

The Montreal Canadiens won their second straight and remained perfect at the Bell Centre. Two minutes into the game, the Montreal Canadiens opened the scoring as Josh Anderson buried a loose puck past Connor Ingram, who got the start for the Arizona Coyotes. Less than three minutes later, the Habs doubled their lead as Cole […]

Read More

Montreal Canadiens Announce Roster Ahead of Wednesday’s Game

The Montreal Canadiens made final cuts ahead of their first regular season game Wednesday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs. One debate has been settled, with final cuts coming today. The first overall pick, Juraj Slafkovsky, has made it onto the opening night roster. Many will disagree with the move citing that he didn’t have […]

Read More

Investigating the scenario that lands Pierre-Luc Dubois in Montreal

Over the last couple of days, it has been made clear by Pat Brisson, who is Pierre-Luc Dubois’ agent, that Dubois wants to play as a Montreal Canadien at some point in his career. Dubois had a fantastic bounce-back season scoring 60 points in 81 games. That is his second-best point total in his six-year […]

Read More

Five Games To Look Forward To As Devils Fans

Brief Overview The draft is complete, and the free agency frenzy is upon us. Regardless of both of those things, the schedule has officially been released. Lindy Ruff remains behind the bench. It is like Christmas came early and delivered the best present of all. Season ticket holders and fans are planning the games to […]

Read More

New Jersey Devils take Simon Nemec With Number Two Pick

Draft Night Upon the draft lottery, the New Jersey Devils won the rights to the second overall pick. The Montreal Canadiens got to pick first and shocked the world to some degree when they took Slovakian winger Juraj Slafkovsky. Shane Wright was available for the taking. The Devils did not take Shane Wright, who fell […]

Read More