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2015 Top 30 Habs Prospects: Ranking Methodology & Honourable Mentions

2015 Top 30 Habs Prospects: Ranking Methodology & Honourable Mentions

Welcome to my second annual top 30 prospects here on All About The Habs! This will attempt to explain the methodology behind the rankings, as well as begin the list with honourable mentions. Series Navigation: 2015 Top 30 Prospects Ranked: 30-26 2015 Top 30 Prospects Ranked: 25-21 2015 Top 30 Prospects Ranked: 20-16 2015 Top […]

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Di Stefano’s Beef: 10 Things I Hate About The Habs

Di Stefano’s Beef: 10 Things I Hate About The Habs

If there’s one thing Habs fans are, it’s passionate. You have never seen a memorial tribute for a hockey player until you saw the Jean Béliveau one this past year. Sellouts are a norm for the home of the Canadiens; the Bell Centre has sold out consistently since January 2004. Habs fans are everywhere, even famous people that aren’t even […]

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Free Agency: Habs Sign Tinordi

Free Agency: Habs Sign Tinordi

According to the press release on the Montreal Canadiens’ official website, the Habs and Jarred Tinordi have agreed to a one-year contract through the 2015-16 National Hockey League season. This deal is a two-way contract, which adds to the traffic for newly signed and re-signed defensive prospects. Click HERE to keep on track with the off-season […]

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One Up: Michael Bournival Signs Extension

One Up: Michael Bournival Signs Extension

It was not without injuries and setbacks but Michael Bournival has made his claim on a spot within the Montreal Canadiens organization for at least one more year.  The 23 year old Shawinigan native will be on a two-way deal but will have to clear waivers in the event of being sent down to the minors.  […]

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Eddie Pasquale Signs AHL Deal

Eddie Pasquale Signs AHL Deal

The St. John’s IceCaps announced that they have signed goaltender Eddie Pasquale to a one-year AHL contract. This means that he could be playing for their AHL affiliate in St. John’s or be sent down to the ECHL and play for Brampton. Pasquale, 24, was drafted by the now defunct Atlanta Thrashers in the fourth round of […]

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Christian Thomas Signs 1-Year Extension

Christian Thomas Signs 1-Year Extension

The Montreal Canadiens are looking, at this juncture more than ever until a deal takes place, for someone to step up and force management to put them in a main roster spot.  With a fair chunk of introductory experience already, Christian Thomas looks poised to do just that as he will be one of the […]

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Habs, Pateryn Agree to Deal

Habs, Pateryn Agree to Deal

To kick off the 2015 Free Agent Frenzy, the Montreal Canadiens and defenceman Greg Pateryn have agreed to a two-year contract extension. Pateryn had one year remaining on his contract, so he is signed until the end of the 2017-18 National Hockey League season. According to Renaud Lavoie (TVA Sports), Pateryn will be making $750,000 […]

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Beaulieu, Habs Reach Deal

Beaulieu, Habs Reach Deal

As reported by Elliotte Friedman, the Montreal Canadiens have signed Nathan Beaulieu to a 2-year contract through the 2016-17 season. Beaulieu’s new contract would see him earning $1-million per season for a total of $2-million over the duration of his contract. This is the second contract for Beaulieu in his career after signing an entry […]

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IceCaps sign Josiah Didier to One-Year Contract

IceCaps sign Josiah Didier to One-Year Contract

Marc Bergevin announced this morning the signing of Josiah Didier to a one-year AHL contract. The 6’03” defender wrapped up his four-year NCAA career this past season and then headed to the Hamilton Bulldogs, where he performed admirably on a decimated ‘Dogs blue line. Didier, a fourth round pick of the Canadiens in 2011, is […]

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Brett Lernout’s Progression Leaps Forward

Brett Lernout’s Progression Leaps Forward

It took Brett Lernout until his 18-year-old season to finally breakout at the WHL level. That 2013-2014 breakout campaign led to Lernout having his name called 73rd overall in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. This past season, Lernout took another gigantic leap forward. The 6’04” defender nearly doubled his totals posted year previous, with 14 […]

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In Defence of Jonathan Drouin

                                                                                    (Jonathan Drouin: Photo by TVA Sports) The Montreal Canadiens have slipped out the […]

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