Montreal Canadiens' prospect Philippe Lefebvre scored two goals and was awarded with the first star of the game as the Montreal Juniors won 5-2 at the expense of the visiting Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in front of a small home crowd of 1604 fans. The win was the Juniors' eighth in a row and placed them at the top of their division, as they now hold a record of 15-3-2-1.
London Knights at Kitchener Rangers Nov 7, 2010 (Posted on YouTube by JimKorn20)
There was a time when the Bulldogs' games at the Bell Centre were games to forget. Now, it appears they've truly and finally made it into their home away from home, as 13,267 fans were on hand to watch them beat the Binghamton Senators last night by a score of 5-2.
by czechtacular, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC.--There was a flicker of life in the farm this weekend--the Hamilton Bulldogs finally kicked off their season. They split the...
Canadiens' fans will have another chance (and one of many more to come, hopefully) to get a look at prospects Louis Leblanc and Philippe Lefebvre in primetime this season.
With all the excitement centred around the NHL Faceoff (and coming with it, of course, the NHL Centre Ice free preview enjoyed by many of your resident All Habs bloggers, which is no doubt my favourite part of the weekend), the AHL season kicked off as well. However, disappointment ensued with the realization that the Hamilton Bulldogs are only slated to play their first game this Friday, October 15th.