All Seven Canadian Teams Playoffs Success – How They Compare

O Canada! Our home and native land… I’m not a lumberjack or a fur trader, and I don’t live in an igloo or eat blubber or own a dog sled. And I don’t know Jimmy, Sally, or Suzie from Canada, although I’m certain they’re really really nice. I have a Prime Minister, not a President. I speak English and French, not American, and I pronounce it “About”, not “Aboot”. I can proudly sew my country’s flag on my backpack, I believe in peacekeeping, not policing. Diversity, not assimilation, and that the beaver is a truly proud and noble animal. A toque is a hat. A chesterfield is a couch, And it is pronounced Zed, not “Zee”, Zed. Canada is the second largest land mass, the first nation of hockey, and the best part of North America. I AM CANADIAN…

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Bergevin Has Already Improved the Habs But How Much Better Will They Be?

Crazy times. This is an unusual time of year to have this much excitement around the NHL but here we are. The NHL Draft is upon us and with it, all of the trade rumours. Teams have been working hard to determine their plan of action for this short off-season as some need to clear cap space and others are waiting for them with anticipation. Since the implementation of the hard salary cap in 2005, the days surrounding the NHL Draft has been one of the busiest times for trades. And we don’t anticipate this year to be any different. From now until October 9th, the opening of the Free Agents’ market, it should be a wild ride.

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