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Latest Rene Bourque Items
The Montreal Canadiens are gaining confidence with every playoff victory.
When Carey Price looks at the Toronto Maple Leafs, he sees a big, physically strong team.
Rene Bourque was in the right place at the right time against his old team.
Montreal Canadiens forward Rene Bourque will be out indefinitely with a concussion.
Sweat dripped from Nicklas Backstrom's hair just minutes after he stepped off the ice following some tiring battle drills with Washington Capitals teammate Jay Beagle. It was another step in Backstrom's preparation to return to game action after missing almost three months with a concussion.
In the third period of the Washington Capitals' 3-1 victory over the Calgary Flames at Verizon Center, Rene Bourque lifted his right elbow up and struck Nicklas Backstrom in the jaw. Backstrom stayed in the game briefly but had to come out.
If this was boxing, Matt Hendricks would have lost by unanimous decision. Rene Bourque dominated their fight Wednesday night at Bell Centre and finished it all with a takedown, to the delight of the Montreal Canadiens fans in attendance.
There's a certain instinct needed to make the perfect pass. Nicklas Backstrom has it.
Miikka Kiprusoff crossed paths with Mike Vernon in San Jose at the outset of his career. Then he moved on to Calgary where he took over his team record for wins.