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All-Star Game: Team Toews

All-Star Game: Team Toews

Here is the roster for Team Toews for the 2015 All-Star events in Columbus: *Traded for Tyler Seguin

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Switzerland’s Phil Baltisberger Goes Off on Stretcher

Switzerland’s Phil Baltisberger Goes Off on Stretcher

In the second period of the match up between Switzerland and Russia, Anatoli Golyshev lined up his opponent, Phil Baltisberger, as the Swiss blue liner was looking to accept a pass. However, Golyshev made contact with Baltisberger’s head, leaving him face down on the ice with not a whole lot of movement. The Russian forward was originally […]

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Canadiens Ink Drayson Bowman

Canadiens Ink Drayson Bowman

The Montreal Canadiens have signed forward Drayson Bowman to a one-year, two-way deal following his strong showing at training camp on a PTO. According to Renaud Lavoie, the deal is worth $575, 000. Wearing #96, Bowman has played quite well throughout the preseason where he has been able to get his name on the scoresheet. […]

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Habs Training Camp: Cuts & Invites

Habs Training Camp: Cuts & Invites

The Habs Rookie Camp came to a close with the final scrimmage between Team Red and Team White. The end of camp itself meant the end of the road for some of these players that were in attendance. Montreal had to make a number of decisions regarding these young men and whether or not they did enough […]

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Former Canadiens Rearguard Brett Clark Retires

Former Canadiens Rearguard Brett Clark Retires

Former Canadiens blue liner Brett Clark has retired from the game at the age of 37. The Canadiens drafted the Wapella, Saskatchewan native in the 6th round, 154th overall in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft, held in St. Louis. Other notables in that round include Andreas Dackell at 136th by the Ottawa Senators and Brian Willsie […]

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Montreal Canadiens: 2014 Offseason Recap

Montreal Canadiens: 2014 Offseason Recap

The 2014 offseason for the Canadiens started on May 29th, following their 1-0 loss to the Rangers in Game 6. GM Marc Bergevin and his staff have had to make multiple decisions regarding the organization since that date. This includes the draft, signing players, letting players go, trades and so on. We will now take […]

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Canadiens Bring in Goaltender Joey MacDonald

Canadiens Bring in Goaltender Joey MacDonald

The Canadiens’ GM Marc Bergevin has signed goaltender Joey MacDonald on a one-year, two-way deal. With the addition of MacDonald, one has to think that Tokarski is getting promoted to back-up behind Price as he could be lost on waivers for nothing. This means that no one should be surprised if the Habs do find […]

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Canadiens Add Free Agent Jiri Sekac

Canadiens Add Free Agent Jiri Sekac

It’s been a busy opening day of free agency for Marc Bergevin. In addition to bringing in Malhotra, Gilbert and re-signing Weaver, the Habs have signed free agent rookie Jiri Sekac to a two-year deal. Sekac is coming off a strong, breakout year in the KHL for HC Lev Praha as he potted 11 goals while […]

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Tom Gilbert Heads to Montreal for 2 Years

Tom Gilbert Heads to Montreal for 2 Years

The Habs brass go after defenseman Tom Gilbert following the trade that sent Josh Gorges to the Buffalo Sabres. Gilbert signs a two-year deal that will pay him $2.8 million per season. This gave the Canadiens a solid blue liner for cheaper than what fan favourite Gorges was making plus shorter term. The Colorado Avalanche […]

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Canadiens Ink Manny Malhotra

Canadiens Ink Manny Malhotra

The Montreal Canadiens have signed centre Manny Malhotra to a one-year deal, worth $850, 000. This is a cheap signing for the bleu, blanc et rouge to fill a 4th line centre role. This could explain why the Canadiens moved out the expensive Danny Briere as well as letting Ryan White walk. Malhotra was drafted […]

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Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Ask anyone across Canada over the last half a century to describe hockey, Canada and childhood.  Many answers might come back but only one would be correct to encapsulate a response that everyone could agree with: Saturday night, The Toronto Maple Leafs versus The Montreal Canadiens with Bob Cole in the broadcast booth to sing […]

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