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Started AATH as something fun to do, became a lot more serious right after that. You can follow me on Twitter: @Mike_Habs as well as AATH's Twitter: @AATHabs

Change: Habs Should Consider It

Change: Habs Should Consider It

The Montreal Canadiens have not been playing well for quite some time now. You can actually date it back to November, but there are those fans that believe it is only recent. That is not the case. Montreal’s play has been mainly masked by their starting goaltender Carey Price and a few others such as […]

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Ex-Hab Steve Bégin Ends His Career

Ex-Hab Steve Bégin Ends His Career

Former Montreal Canadien Steve Bégin has decided that it is time to hang up his skates and retire from the game he loved. Bégin took to Twitter to announce his retirement, “Yesterday the doc gave me sad news… I won’t have the chance to be back playing this year. This news sadly puts an end to my […]

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Markov and Emelin Will Represent Russia

Markov and Emelin Will Represent Russia

The Montreal Canadiens will have two blue liners suiting up for the Russians in Sochi for the Olympics. Andrei Markov and Alexei Emelin are going to be playing important roles for their country and how they play will help determine their success or maybe lack there of. Emelin, 27, has struggled since returning from a […]

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Price and Subban are Locked in for Team Canada

Price and Subban are Locked in for Team Canada

Team Canada’s Olympic roster is probably the most talked about squad among fans, analysts, journalists and so on. Every four years there are certain players that arguably should make the team but are left off for various reasons in favour of others that may not appear as deserving. In reality, Canada could ice two very […]

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Slovakia Selects Budaj for Olympics

Slovakia Selects Budaj for Olympics

With the Olympic rosters being announced, Slovakia goes with some familiar faces to Canadiens fans. In goal, they have current back up goalie Peter Budaj as well as former netminder and playoff hero, Jaroslav Halak. In addition, ex-Hab Marcel Hossa, brother to Marian, will be suiting up for Slovakia also. Budaj, 31, has represented his […]

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Olympic Bound: Raphael Diaz and Tomas Plekanec

Olympic Bound: Raphael Diaz and Tomas Plekanec

The Montreal Canadiens are going to be well-represented in Sochi at the Winter Olympics. As rosters continue to be announced, Habs teammates find themselves split apart on who they will be playing for as well as rooting for. Earlier today, the rosters for Switzerland and the Czech Republic were revealed, where a few names stood […]

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Pacioretty is Headed to Sochi; Makes Team USA

Pacioretty is Headed to Sochi; Makes Team USA

Following the Winter Classic between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Detroit Red Wings, Team USA announced their roster for their Olympic hockey team. Of all those announced, only one came from the Montreal Canadiens and that is Max Pacioretty. Pacioretty suited up for Team USA in the World Championship back in 2011-12 where he […]

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Former Habs Captain Saku Koivu Hits New Milestone

Former Habs Captain Saku Koivu Hits New Milestone

It does not matter how much time has passed since Saku Koivu has left the Montreal Canadiens. The former captain is still loved by fans and that has been shown on numerous occasions since he signed with the Anaheim Ducks back on July 8th, 2009. The most recent moment was when the Ducks played at […]

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Drop the Gloves: October Edition

Drop the Gloves: October Edition

The Montreal Canadiens are a team that, in the past, would be knocked around with no consequences coming for the opponent afterwards. The mentality changed with the hiring of Marc Bergevin as the new general manager. He has brought in character players since coming into town (Colby Armstrong who is now gone, Francis Bouillon, Brandon […]

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The Togliatti Express Extended for Four Years

The Togliatti Express Extended for Four Years

Alexei Emelin or “The Togliatti Express” as that is where Emelin is from and he hits like a train, has been extended by the Canadiens to a four-year deal, worth $16.4 million total; $4.1 million AAV. His last contract that is expiring at the end of the year was for two years and for $4 […]

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Canadiens Re-Up Charles Hudon For One Year

Early this morning, the Canadiens announced that they signed Charles Hudon to a one-year, one-way contract ($800,000). Just like his fellow teammates Armia and Lehkonen, he avoided going to arbitration. His date set for August 2nd. This will be Hudon’s fourth season with the Montreal Canadiens having played his first professional season during the 2014-15 […]

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