The hockey season ended suddenly and badly last year for Claude Julien. The Montreal Canadiens head coach had chest pains after a game during the Stanley Cup playoffs.
On the August 2020 night when Claude Julien had a frightening health incident that forced him to leave the NHL bubble in Toronto, he received many texts and calls from friends and family asking about his well-being.
Montreal Canadiens head coach Claude Julien discuss his thoughts on his teams ahead of their first home game following starting the season off on the road in a press conference.
The Montreal Canadiens are back in town after a successful road trip that saw them win four of six games of the new season.
Head coach Claude Julien, though, isn’t taking anything for granted — on or off the ice.
Last week we took a look at the 10 NHL captains with Ontario Hockey League origins. This week, we turn our attention behind the bench where eleven NHL coaches have OHL roots.
Montreal Canadiens head coach Claude Julien hopes he can stick around in the NHL for as long as possible after successfully undergoing heart surgery in August.
Doctors will show how technology helped them with Julien’s heart procedure, other issues
Team added forwards Anderson, Toffoli, d-man Edmundson, goalie Allen in off-season
Montreal Canadiens coach Claude Julien said he feels “100 percent” after undergoing a heart procedure that forced him to leave the NHL bubble, and said he will be ready to coach next season.
There isn’t a day that goes by that Rick Bowness doesn’t sit back and wonder.
The first thing new players usually noticed when they hopped onto the ice for practice was the coach’s hands.
Sportsnet Hockey Central have spent time over the last few weeks speaking with many of our head coaches during the paused NHL season. Take a listen.