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Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

With the waiver claim announcements trickling in, Mike Condon’s name came up with his new destination. He is no longer a Montreal Canadien. He’s off to Pittsburgh to join the 2015-16 Stanley Cup Champions. Go back to around this time last year, Mike Condon just beat out Dustin Tokarski for the role behind Carey Price […]

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Louis Leblanc Leaving: Former Canadien Retires At Age 25

Louis Leblanc Leaving: Former Canadien Retires At Age 25

The legend that was never written.  Point-Claire’s own Louis Leblanc had his name written in the stars on 2009’s draft day in Montreal where he would be selected in the first round by the Canadiens, igniting the hope of La Belle Province bearing witness to the budding and eventual blossom of a Quebecois superstar to […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Bobby Farnham Signs One-year, Two-way Deal

Montreal Canadiens: Bobby Farnham Signs One-year, Two-way Deal

The Montreal Canadiens have announced that they have signed pesky forward Bobby Farnham to a one-year, two-way contract. According to CapFriendly, Farnham’s cap hit at the NHL level comes in at $575, 000. Farnham, 27, turned pro following the end of his four-year career at Brown University where he suited up for three games each for […]

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AHL Affiliate to Relocate to Laval for 2017-18 Season

AHL Affiliate to Relocate to Laval for 2017-18 Season

Marc Bergevin and the Montreal Canadiens have announced in a press conference earlier today that the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate of the organization will play one final year in St. John’s, Newfoundland before relocating closer to home in Laval. A piece of the Habs organization in St. John’s is short lived – but not […]

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IceCaps Re-Sign Josiah Didier to One-Year Deal

IceCaps Re-Sign Josiah Didier to One-Year Deal

The St. John’s IceCaps announced that they have re-signed rearguard Josiah Didier to a one-year AHL contract. An AHL contract means that he can only be sent down to the ECHL but cannot be called up to the NHL and does not count against the 50 contracts for the Canadiens organization. The Montreal Canadiens drafted […]

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Daniel Carr Signs Two-Year Extension with Habs

Daniel Carr Signs Two-Year Extension with Habs

The Montreal Canadiens have inked forward Daniel Carr to a two-year, one-way extension with a $725, 000 AAV. Carr joined the Habs organization back on April 24th, 2014 out of Union College as a free agent. After scoring his first NHL goal on his first shot in his first NHL game back on November 29th, […]

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Habs Accept Losing Culture

Habs Accept Losing Culture

When Marc Bergevin and company announced that Sylvain Lefebvre would be back next year for the farm team, it struck a nerve across the fan base that have been waiting for his dismissal for quite awhile. Keeping Lefebvre sends the message that the Canadiens have accepted a losing culture in the minors. There are many […]

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Who is Phillip Danault?

Who is Phillip Danault?

On February 26th, 2016, the Montreal Canadiens announced the acquisition of Phillip Danault and a 2018 second round pick for Dale Weise and Tomas Fleischmann. Getting Danault. a 23-year-old NHL forward, and a second for two rentals is great value. While Weise brought many great moments to Habs Land, Bergevin made the correct decision moving […]

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Farewell Michel, Bonjour Boucher

Farewell Michel, Bonjour Boucher

After Randy Cunneyworth was practically run out of Montreal since he didn’t speak French, Marc Bergevin found himself in a position to hire a new head coach. The available coaches who spoke French at the time were quite slim. The three popular names who were thrown out there were Bob Hartley, who was available at the time, […]

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ECHL Proving to be Valuable for Habs Prospects

ECHL Proving to be Valuable for Habs Prospects

The ECHL might be the best league that no one seems to care about. It’s a league that is often considered the place where prospects who have amounted to nothing will go. In reality, the ECHL is a competitive, fast-paced league that could hold future NHLers, and no one knows this better than the Montreal […]

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Canadiens Welcome Seven New Prospects

The 2017 NHL Entry Draft has completed and the Montreal Canadiens selected seven players over the weekend. Four players from the Western Hockey League (WHL), one from NCAA hockey, one from the United States Hockey League (USHL) and one from the Swedish Hockey League. Below is a brief biography on the newest additions to the […]

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