Arber Xhekaj

In the past, the NHL championed toughness and size as key components of a contending team. Franchises such as the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers were well known for building to those characteristics. The Bruins were known as the “Big Bad Bruins” and the Flyers, the “Broadstreet Bullies.” The Montreal Canadiens, however, avoided that plan, building