Eric Engels
Eric Engels is entering his 10th season on the Montreal Canadiens beat. Engels joined Sportsnet in the spring of 2015 as a staff writer and has since become an insider and commentator on regional broadcasts of the Canadiens.
Bruins past and present reflect on having Julien as their coach
Eric Engels
Montreal Canadiens coach Claude Julien will make his first return to Boston Wednesday and while it’s unclear how the fans will receive him, those who played for him have nothing but praise for their former bench boss.
Julien's return to Boston far from just another game
Eric Engels
Islanders' Mathew Barzal, John Tavares too much to handle for Canadiens
Eric Engels
New York’s one-two punch up the middle looked like an impossible challenge for the Canadiens to overcome, and it proved to be exactly that as the Islanders beat Montreal.
Horrific incident for Canadiens' Danault 'takes air out of' game vs. Bruins
Eric Engels
What was supposed to be a magical night between two longtime rivals turned into a horrific one, as Phillip Danault suffered an awful head injury after taking a Zdeno Chara shot to the head in the Montreal Canadiens' 4-3 shootout loss to the Boston Bruins on Saturday night.
How Marc Bergevin can retool Canadiens in short order
Eric Engels
Montreal Canadiens Prospect Report: Late-rounder Primeau having stellar season
Eric Engels
With the WJC behind us, Eric Engels take a look inside the Montreal Canadiens' prospect cupboard and jumps from league to league to let you know how the future is looking.
Canadiens' hole at centre position a smoking gun against GM Bergevin
Eric Engels
Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin held court with the media for 30 minutes on Sunday afternoon, and though he handled that uncomfortable situation admirably, there wasn’t anything he could say that would satisfy most fans of the team.
Canadiens' stars shine brightest in thrilling win over Lightning
Eric Engels
Canadiens could use something special from Drouin vs. Lightning
Eric Engels
The Montreal Canadiens are mired in a hideous five-game losing streak that’s only seen them produce a total of four goals. Having Jonathan Drouin break out against his old team, the Tampa Bay Lightning, would surely be special.