When Michel Therrien was hired about 18 months ago to coach the Montreal Canadiens, the decision didn’t have unanimous support from the fans and the media. The truth was that Therrien had already failed behind the Habs bench in the early 2000s. Yet, the move paid off last season when the Canadiens managed to lead the team to a Northeast Division championship with a record of 29-14-5 for 63 points in 48 games.
Join Bobby Dollas, Dino Masanotti and our host Mitch Gallo, as they talk about how coaches motivated their players before, during and after games, as well as the importance of proper angling and the ongoing debate about madatory visors and fighting in the NHL.
Join Bobby Dollas, Dino Masanotti and our host Mitch Gallo, who discuss coaching on an injury riddled team, preparing a seasonal plan and defending 3 vs 5 shorthanded.
Join Bobby Dollas, Dino Masanotti and our host Mitch Gallo, as the boys discuss off-ice conditioning and its possible effect over a hockey season. They also go in-depth about concussions, and what can be done to prevent them.
With the horrifying injury sustained by Ottawa Senators’ Norris trophy winning defenseman Erik Karlsson this week, join Bobby Dollas, Dino Masanotti and our host Mitch Gallo as they welcome Steve Ialenti from hockeyis.ca to talk about cut resistant socks. They are also join by Serge Belliveau to talk some powerskating and stickhandling.
Join Bobby Dollas, Dino Masanotti and our host Mitch Gallo, as they talk about both the power play and penalty kill, and get into the nuts ans bolts of the officiating contraversy surrounding the NHL.
Join Bobby Dollas, Dino Masanotti and our host Mitch Gallo, as goaltending consultant Angelo Lazarra enters The 3 Zones to discuss the art of goaltending.
[jwplayer mediaid="17695"] WebSports Media Network is proud to present its newest show, The 3 Zones, which will delve into the coaching aspect of the game of hockey. Join Bobby […]
WebSports Media Network is proud to present its newest show, The 3 Zones, which will delve into the coaching aspect of the game of hockey. Join Bobby Dollas, […]
The season that started off with a whimper hasn’t gotten much better for the Canadiens now that we’ve reached the All-Star break. Sure a 7-2 win over the Detroit Red […]
In the wake of Montreal’s overtime loss versus the Buffalo Sabres Monday night, Canadiens’ Head Coach Jacques Martin has decided that his usual list of cliches just isn’t enogh anymore. […]
It’s been happening for years. It all started with the impromptu firing of former Canadiens coach and current coach of the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins, Claude Julien, by former […]
As I wrote earlier this summer, puck possession hockey is not an actual style of play. It essentially refers to the ability of a team’s skilled players to remain on […]
Canadiens’ new Assistant Coach Randy Cunneyworth has had a long winding road through the NHL. Originally drafted in 1980 in the 1st round by the Buffalo Sabres, Cunneyworth played for […]
The Hamilton Bulldogs, the farm team of the Montreal Canadiens, are an integral part of the development of aspiring Habs’ players. Coaches in the American Hockey League are expected to […]
On September 12th, the Canadiens launched their 2011-2012 Pre-season with their annual rookie camp. The 31 invitees will be put through the ringer, both on and off the ice, in […]
It’s apparent to most of you that I have obvious distaste for the coaching style of Habs’ coach Jacques Martin. I have never been a professional coach, but I do […]
Last season, until the playoffs came around, the Canadiens’ power play was among the most effective in the NHL. While drawing penalties has never been difficult for the Habs, scoring […]
With four weeks remaining before the start of the 2011-2012 NHL regular season, I’ve had a lot of people come to me and ask what I think the Montreal Canadiens […]