Montreal Puts Mark Streit on Waivers

The Montreal Canadiens have placed defenceman Mark Streit on waivers. The news emerged on Thursday, shortly after reports that the Habs were attempting to shop the blueliner. It’s been an interesting journey for Streit since he’s arrived in Montreal. Three months ago, the 39-year-old was signed to a one-year contract worth $700,000 after winning aContinue reading “Montreal Puts Mark Streit on Waivers”

2017-2018 Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens have been trying to put the puzzle together for a while now. They have stellar goaltending, but the goals haven’t come with any consistency. Enter Jonathan Drouin, who signed a six-year deal with the Habs after a rocky tenure with the Lightning. “There’s obviously that pressure of playing in Montreal, everybody knows that,Continue reading “2017-2018 Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens”

Tampa Flips Mark Streit to Pittsburgh Penguins

Remember earlier today when the Tampa Bay Lightning acquired Mark Streit in a deal with the Philadelphia Flyers? Well, Streit’s been traded again. The Lightning have flipped Streit to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a fourth-round draft pick. Sometimes things happen fast in the hockey world. The deal gives the Penguins mobility on the blueline andContinue reading “Tampa Flips Mark Streit to Pittsburgh Penguins”

Flyers Trade Streit to Tampa for Filppula

The Philadelphia Flyers have traded defenceman Mark Streit to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for Valtteri Filppula. The 39-year-old blueliner has 21 points in 49 games this season, including eight points on the power play. Streit is a mobile defenceman capable of cranking up a booming point shot, which can make him a man-advantageContinue reading “Flyers Trade Streit to Tampa for Filppula”

2016-2017 Season Preview: Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers finished 2015-2016 with a 41-27-14 record, putting them fifth in the tough Metropolitan Division. They went 16-6-3 in their final 25 games and snagged the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference, lining them up against the Washington Capitals in the first round of the playoffs. They lost in six games.Continue reading “2016-2017 Season Preview: Philadelphia Flyers”