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PK Paid: Contract Of A Lifetime

PK Paid: Contract Of A Lifetime

Take a moment to remember yesterday when P.K. did not get his requested $8,500,000 and the reminder that he could have been locked up for considerably less.  It appears that a mere 24 hours or so drove up the cost by $500,000 already.  In this case, it is a damn good thing that he got […]

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Pay PK: Unimpressed By Arbitration

Pay PK: Unimpressed By Arbitration

Canadiens fans everywhere woke up today expecting something akin to Xmas morning but when they rushed downstairs to open their presents (or in this case turn their television, phone or tablet on) they came to find coal in their stockings and the anxious wait for yet another high profile negotiation between this team and P.K. […]

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REVIEW: Wrap-up of Habs in Sochi

REVIEW: Wrap-up of Habs in Sochi

This will be the eleventh and final article in the All About The Habs “#HabsInSochi” series. The 2014 Winter Olympic games in Sochi, Russia has come to an end after 2 amazing weeks. In men’s ice hockey we saw a total of 7 Habs players go over to Russia to represent their countries. 2 for […]

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Habs in Sochi Update #10 (Gold Medal Edition)

Habs in Sochi Update #10 (Gold Medal Edition)

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are officially finished. In today’s Gold Medal game, P.K. Subban was a healthy scratch and Carey Price started in between the pipes for the red and white. Price stopped all 24 Swedish shots on route to a 3-0 win for Team Canada! In the men’s hockey, Canada wins […]

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Habs in Sochi Update #9 (Bronze Medal Edition)

Habs in Sochi Update #9 (Bronze Medal Edition)

The Bronze medal game has come to a close. The favoured Americans to be taking home some bronze hardware with them took a shocking 5-0 loss, being shutout for the second straight game just like their 1-0 loss to Team Canada yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately for Max Pacioretty, he will be heading back to Montreal empty […]

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A Nerve Wrecking Day: Canada Defeats USA in Sochi

A Nerve Wrecking Day: Canada Defeats USA in Sochi

The table was set for the one match-up that North America was dying to see, let’s face it… While the Russians might have been dying to see the hometown favourites take on the Canadian giant, what both Canucks and Yanks really wanted to see was yet another chapter of our storied rivalry with our southern […]

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Habs in Sochi Update #8

Habs in Sochi Update #8

It seems like the 2014 Winter Olympic games in Sochi, Russia has just flown by. We are down to two more hockey games this weekend before it’s all said and done until 2018. Today, the three Habs players still remaining in the tournament all were in the same game. Max Pacioretty played 10:27 for the […]

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Habs in Sochi Update #7

Habs in Sochi Update #7

Unbelievable to think that this is already update number seven of the #HabsInSochi. The Olympics didn’t start too long ago and we are now down to four men’s ice hockey games left. Today, Subban was the only Habs player with the potential to hit the ice today that was a healthy scratch. Max Pacioretty replaced […]

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Habs in Sochi Update #6

Habs in Sochi Update #6

The Qualification round of the tournament went underway today. While Budaj was sat out once again, Plekanec stepped up to the plate as the captain of Czech Republic and recorded a goal and an assist in their victory over Slovakia. Emelin and Markov both received over 18 minutes of ice time, both putting one shot […]

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Habs in Sochi Update #5

Habs in Sochi Update #5

Day five of the 2014 Winter Olympics Men’s hockey tournament in Sochi, Russia saw three Montreal Canadiens players in action. While P.K. Subban, Max Pacioretty and Peter Budaj sat out for Canada, America and Slovakia respectively, Carey Price put together another solid performace holding his opponents to only one goal. Alexei Emelin and Andrei Markov […]

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Carey Price Deserves Better Than the Montreal Canadiens

It is needless to say that Carey Price is on a team that simply does not capitalize on his abilities. The Habs are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the third straight year. And while the injuries and bad calls are valid excuses for their current losing streak, there are plenty of errors […]

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