7:16 PM EDT, Wed July 30, 2014

Fantasy Update

10 hours ago
Brad Marchand was asked to name the NHL player that irritates him the most and he didn't need time to come up with his answer.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI 7 hours ago

Brad Marchand says he ‘hates’ Tomas Plekanec, but everyone already knew that

The biggest news surrounding Brad Marchand this offseason is that Peter Chiarelli said he wouldn’€™t trade him. The least surprising surrounding him came Tuesday night. Speaking at the 2014 Phoenix House Champs for Change, the Boston left wing answered a question about which player irritates him the most by pointing to Plekanec, Montreal’€™s well-rounded-but-not-so-well-liked-by-opponents center. […]
Habs Eyes On The Prize Jul 14, 2014

The conflict at centre: How to make room for Galchenyuk

Every year it seems like there are rumours that Plekanec will be traded, yet he's still around, and he's probably going to be around a lot longer too. It's the eternal discussion in Montreal, trade Tomas Plekanec for help on the wing, help on defence, clear out a 'guy who doesn't perform in the playoffs', and now to make room for Alex Galchenyuk. I'm still not sure why moving Plekanec is considered a serious discussion. The issue of creating a new spot at centre of course arises from the arrival of Galchenyuk, selected 3rd overall in 2012 and envisioned as the team's elite centreman in...

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