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Marc Bergevin and the “John Scott Problem”

Marc Bergevin and the “John Scott Problem”

The 2015-2016 Montreal Canadiens is one for the history books. They began the season by springing forth to a franchise best 9-0-0 start only to come crashing down in dramatic fashion. During one particularly agonizing stretch of hockey, the Habs would go on to lose 16 out of 20 games for the first time since […]

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Part 2: Montreal Canadiens’ 2013-2014 Regular Season Studs and Duds

Part 2: Montreal Canadiens’ 2013-2014 Regular Season Studs and Duds

As with most teams in the NHL, the Montreal Canadiens went through a few bumps in the road en route to a successful 100-point regular season. Every player had their inconsistencies and frustrations over the course of the year. Some weren’t able to score for long stretches; others made costly turnovers in the defensive zone. […]

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Part 1: Montreal Canadiens’ 2013-2014 Regular Season Studs and Duds

Part 1: Montreal Canadiens’ 2013-2014 Regular Season Studs and Duds

The Montreal Canadiens’ 2013-2014 season came to a heartbreaking end Thursday night at Madison Square Garden in New York. A former Hab scored the game-winning goal, the team looked flat and uninspiring and, to make matters worse, Montreal was shutout on enemy ice. For Canadiens fans, it was a bittersweet ending to a crazy year. […]

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Montreal Canadiens Must Find Answers at Even Strength

Montreal Canadiens Must Find Answers at Even Strength

The Montreal Canadiens will look to rebound in Game 3 Tuesday night after a heartbreaking loss in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal matchup against the Boston Bruins. But they will not be able to do it without improving their even-strength play. Coming into the playoffs, the Canadiens were not a particularly strong team […]

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Montreal Canadiens Need Top Line to Step Up in Game 2

Montreal Canadiens Need Top Line to Step Up in Game 2

If you’re a Montreal Canadiens fan, you could not have scripted a better ending to last night’s Game-1 marathon against the Boston Bruins. Tomas Plekanec wins the faceoff to Daniel Briere, who chips it back to Andrei Markov. Markov finds a wide-open P.K. Subban at the point. And, with the game on his stick, Subban […]

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Montreal Canadiens’ Keys to Victory Versus Boston Bruins in Round 2

Montreal Canadiens’ Keys to Victory Versus Boston Bruins in Round 2

As the Montreal Canadiens prepare to face an all-too-familiar opponent in the Boston Bruins Thursday night at TD Garden, one safe assumption fans can make heading into this series is it will be a classic, as it always is when these two teams clash. But getting caught up in the rivalry is something the Canadiens […]

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An Open Letter to P.K. Subban: You Deserve Better

An Open Letter to P.K. Subban: You Deserve Better

Dear Pernell Karl Subban, I do not know how you do it. I do not know how you manage to maintain your composure through the amount of criticism you face. I do not know how you look adversity in the eye and overcome it, time after time. I do not know how you continue to […]

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Just How Good is Max Pacioretty’s Contract?

Just How Good is Max Pacioretty’s Contract?

When Marc Bergevin was hired in May, 2012, there was a sort of renewed hope in the city. This was a guy that had the charisma, knowledge and passion for the game that his predecessor, Pierre Gauthier, never had. But here we are, almost two years later, and the Bergevin that arrived in 2012 is […]

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The Canadiens: Playoff Bound or Homeward Bound?

The Canadiens: Playoff Bound or Homeward Bound?

So far it has been a season full of peaks and valleys and although it might seem as though the Montreal Canadiens home rink is located in the six flags at LaRonde, this team has the potential to do well in the newly formed Atlantic division. Opening the season the team flourished without its top […]

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Montreal Canadiens’ Problems Go Beyond Therrien

Montreal Canadiens’ Problems Go Beyond Therrien

Watching this week’s Montreal Canadiens was like watching a cliché scene in a horror film. The victims cry out for help, the bad guy finds where they are and they die a slow, painful death. Montreal played the victim this week. Saturday night’s 5-0 loss to the Washington Capitals capped off what was arguably the […]

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Habs Headlines (Podcast): Season 2, Episode 1

  MINAS PANAGIOTAKIS / GETTY IMAGES   HabsHeadlines is making a comeback. Patrick Tallon and Drew Hardiman recorded their first podcast together following the Habs 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks Sunday night. From covering the lineup decisions, prospects, coaching staff, Marc Bergevin, and taking questions from the mailbag, you can be assured that no […]

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