Posts Tagged ‘ andrei markov ’


Oct 3rd, 2012 | By

Andrei Markov has signed a lockout contract with Vityaz Chekhov of the KHL. Markov had indicated in an interview with a Russian Sports publication that he was awaiting an offer from a KHL team. He had been practicing with his Canadiens teammates during the early stages of the lockout.

HABS IN EUROPE FRIDAY-Pacioretty Scores-Markov Considering KHL

Sep 28th, 2012 | By

Max Pacioretty made his Swiss League Debut a successful one and with an assist Tomas Plekanec takes over sole possession of the lead in the Czech Extraliga scoring race. Highlights of Friday’s European hockey action. Andrei Markov admits to Russian newspaper he’s considering job offers with the Kontinental Hockey League. Scott Gomez is taking part in the training camp of the Alaska Aces of the ECHL but is unlikely to play for them.

LOCKOUT 2004-2005 – How Current Canadiens Spent The Season

Sep 17th, 2012 | By

Seven members of the Canadiens have memories of the NHL-imposed lockout of eight years ago. Four of them rode out the dispute with European teams, the other three played in North America, two in the AHL and the other, Scott Gomez in his hometown of Anchorage Alaska.


Jul 10th, 2012 | By

The Canadiens selected defenseman Alexei Emelin in 84th overall in the 2004 entry draft. Rather than come to the Canadiens minor league organization where he faced prolonged growing pains, he elected to stay in the lucrative Kontinental League where he played seven years. Rather than playing for AHL wages he earned top money in the KHL and arrived in Montreal a fully developed NHL defenseman.


Apr 25th, 2012 | By

While the Canadiens need to address depth issues in their goaltending, the future of the Canadiens defense is promising. Andrei Markov and Josh Gorges are the anchors of a defense that broke in two rookies last year – Alexei Emelin and Raphael Diaz last season. P.K. Subban and Yannick Weber were in their second seasons, Behind that, a very deep farm system.


Mar 10th, 2012 | By

Andrei Markov was placed on the Canadiens active roster on Saturday morning. That means he’ll be available for tonight’s game against the Vancouver Canucks. It will be Randy Cunneyworth’s gametime decision as to whether Markov is included in the lineup at Rogers Arena. If not, he will Markov will be considered a ‘healthy scratch’.

SURGERY FOR BLUNDEN-Weber Joins Injury List/Palushaj Recalled

Feb 8th, 2012 | By

Canadiens right winger Michael Blunden underwent arthroscopic knee surgery this morning and will be lost to the Canadiens for between 15 and 20 games. Blunden was hurt February 2nd in New Jersey. The surgery decision was made after swelling had gone down and miniscus damage was discovered. The Canadiens also have Yannick Weber to worry about. Weber suffered what appeared to be an injury to his left knee last night against Pittsburgh and was left behind when the Canadiens flew to Long Island Wednesday afternoon. Aaron Palushaj has been recalled from Hamilton to repllace him.

MARKOV RESUMES SKATING – 15 Minute Session Tuesday

Jan 31st, 2012 | By

It’s been 444 days since Andrei Markov played his last NHL game. He started his third attempt at coming back from surgery to his right knee with a Tuesday fifteen minute solo session at the Canadiens Brossard training centre. Markov underwent major reconstructive surgery in December, 2010. His recovery was set back in training camp and again in December when he underwent arthroscopic surgery. According to reports, he completed the workout with no adverse consequences.

THE CANADIENS OFF DAY – Slew Footing; Free Agents; Price; Cammalleri and more.

Jan 23rd, 2012 | By

Questions and answers on an off day for the Canadiens – Is P.K. Subban a serial “slew footer”? Andrei Kostitsyn’s future in Montreal, if any. The size and length of Carey Price’s next contract? the next coach of the Canadiens. and Michael Cammalleri leaves Montreal under a undeserved cloud. Read all about it.


Dec 3rd, 2011 | By

Andrei Markov will undergo an arthroscopic procedure In Florida next week to clear out debris left over from the right knee ACL/MCL surgery he had almost a year ago. The surgery will set his return to the Canadiens lineup back at least another three weeks. We are nearing the first anniversary of the surgery that rebuilt the knee, December 8th of last year..

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