Month: June 2021

The Montreal Canadiens say they’re asking the province for permission to allow 10,500 fans to attend upcoming playoff games in Montreal, up from 3,500. France Margaret Bélanger, the team’s executive vice-president and chief commercial officer, told reporters today that discussions with the Quebec government began on Friday, but the team has not yet received an
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9:40 AM ET Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — Scott O’Neil, the CEO of the parent company that owns the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils, has resigned after an eight-year run in which he shepherded The Process and the Prudential Center. O’Neil announced Wednesday he was leaving Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment after he helped lead
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7:00 AM ET UNIONDALE, N.Y. — The first $17 can of beer hit the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum ice roughly 20 seconds after New York Islanders forward Anthony Beauvillier‘s overtime goal. Then another. Then another. Then what seemed like an entire brewery’s inventory landed on the ice as the Islanders mobbed the overtime hero at
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The Vancouver Canucks and the City of Abbotsford have reached a partnership agreement and officially confirmed today that the club’s American Hockey League affiliate will relocate to Abbotsford, B.C., to start the 2021-22 season. “On behalf of Council and the residents of Abbotsford, I’m pleased to officially welcome the Vancouver Canucks’ American Hockey League affiliate
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June 28 saw two huge trades go down that benefitted a pair of Original 6 franchises for years to come. Also, this date in 1994 was one of the busiest in recent memory with drafts, trades, and coaching moves. So let’s hop aboard the THW time machine and journey back through the decades to relive
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Montreal Canadiens (24-21-11, fourth in the North Division during the regular season) vs. Tampa Bay Lightning (36-17-3, third in the Central Division during the regular season) Tampa, Florida; Wednesday, 8 p.m. EDT FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Lightning -219, Canadiens +178; over/under is 5 STANLEY CUP FINAL: Lightning lead series 1-0 BOTTOM LINE: The Tampa Bay Lightning
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