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Canadiens Trade Pateryn For Benn

Canadiens Trade Pateryn For Benn

Legend has it there is a prolific scorer down in the Lone Star State, a former Art Ross winner that has been identified as one of the biggest cogs in an ultra high scoring machine.  A guy that…   Damn it, this charade cannot be kept up any longer.   That incredibly talented guy? Well, […]

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Behind the CH – Episode 9: Bye Week, Michel Therrien, Claude Julien & More

Behind the CH – Episode 9: Bye Week, Michel Therrien, Claude Julien & More

The Montreal Canadiens may be on the tail end of a bye week but here at All About the Habs, there is no bye week and that includes Behind the CH as we bring insight to the firing of Michel Therrien, the hiring of Claude Julien, what to expect, where they may go, taking questions, […]

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Farewell Michel: Habs #FireTherrien

Farewell Michel: Habs #FireTherrien

“Ooh, baby, do you know what that’s worth Ooh, heaven is a place on earth…”   All About The Habs brings to you: the column that I, personally, have been waiting to write since the day I took this job…   Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, put your trousers back on, wash off your beer […]

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The Curious Case Of Carey Price

The Curious Case Of Carey Price

Throw away the stat sheet for just a second.  It has been plenty well documented that Carey Price is in the midst of a dismal season and that he has been performing well below average.  There has not been a grand, radical shift in goaltending standards and such with the introduction of the slimmer, sleeker […]

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Wake Up, Shake Up: Habs Must Smell The Coffee

Wake Up, Shake Up: Habs Must Smell The Coffee

There is a firestorm growing across Montreal.  Everything is tightening up and so too is the pressure cooker when God knows with how the season started and how the team was supposed to look at this point, it never should have come about.  Alas, here we stand and the reality of the scenario that the […]

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Behind the CH – Episode 8: Beaulieu, Weber, Therrien, Burmistrov & More

Behind the CH – Episode 8: Beaulieu, Weber, Therrien, Burmistrov & More

We are in the belly of the beast at this point of the season and with open ended questions that beg for answers.  As we begin to shed light on these subjects more will arise but through technical difficulties and all, listen in on three of our minds formulate sense of the current situation of […]

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Two Years For Number Two: Canadiens Extend Al Montoya

Two Years For Number Two: Canadiens Extend Al Montoya

Good news and bad news on the transaction front today: the bad news is that for those hoping for an Alex Burmistrov waiver claim on behalf of Marc Bergevin, those are coming in a little short as John Chayka and the Arizona Coyotes are the winners on that front.   The good news is that […]

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Trapper Wraps It Up: Travis Moen Retires

Trapper Wraps It Up: Travis Moen Retires

Picture the average hockey player.  What do they look like? What do they do? Where are they from? Probably Canadian, likely from a relatively small town, a little over six feet tall, plays a balanced game with a little bit of everything; probably the kind of player that may not score all too much but […]

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Pushing Plekanec & Pacioretty: Suffering Forwards Making Canadiens Suffer

Pushing Plekanec & Pacioretty: Suffering Forwards Making Canadiens Suffer

The outcries have been constant and it is reflective of a perceptive, knowledgeable fan base that understands that the record is not always reflective of sustainable results and that numbers can, in fact, lie; tape, however, does not.   Somewhere between Tomas Plekanec being afraid of physical contact and throwing the puck away at any […]

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All Star Calls It A Day: John Scott Retires

All Star Calls It A Day: John Scott Retires

  Go back a year this time.  Tell any hockey fan that John Scott is going to capture the heart, soul and imagination of hockey fans the world over, themselves included.  The reaction would have to be indescribable, if they were not frozen in disbelief and confusion.  Alas, it is true.   The 2016 NHL […]

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Habs Acquire Keegan Lowe in Trade with Carolina

With the 2017 National Hockey League (NHL) trade deadline being a week from Wednesday, the trades are beginning to pick up. The Montreal Canadiens have acquired Keegan Lowe from the Carolina Hurricanes. Heading down south of the border to the Hurricanes organization is Philip Samuelsson. Keegan Lowe Position: Defence (Left Shot) Age: 23 Birthplace: Greenwich, CT, […]

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