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Dear Geoff Molson, hire people for their resumes, not their languages

Dear Geoff Molson, hire people for their resumes, not their languages

Look Canadiens fans, its a tough pill to swallow; but I have a hard truth. The Canadiens will not will another Stanley Cup for a long time. Not because the roster is bad, not because the coaching is bad, and not even because management is bad. The true reason Montreal will not win is because […]

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Carey Price Deserves Better Than the Montreal Canadiens

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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Canadiens Well Represented at World Junior Championship

Canadiens Well Represented at World Junior Championship

  As Christmas approaches, so does the excitement for youth hockey, more specifically, the World Junior Championship. Last year’s tournament showed just how superior the Canadiens’ pipeline was with notable performances from Ryan Poehling (tournament MVP), Alexander Romanov (defencemen MVP) and Nick Suzuki just to name a few. While spectators won’t have as many (seven) Canadiens […]

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Habs State Of The Franchise: #DernierePourLafreniere

Habs State Of The Franchise: #DernierePourLafreniere

My fellow observers,   It is a strange thing to view the 2017-18 season as a fond time.  However, perception was clear and grounded as spring progressed into summer that year.  Eyes across Montreal looked upon teams in the playoffs and realized that the crop of Canadiens that they saw in that time were not […]

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What’s Eating Paul Byron?

What’s Eating Paul Byron?

Coaches, fans and everyone else love players that they do not need to worry about.  The guys with the best reputations are the ones that leave little to mystery because everyone knows what they are going to do and the opposition is essentially powerless to stop them.  Everyone has known for a handful of seasons […]

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Habs First Impressions: 2019-2020

Habs First Impressions: 2019-2020

  “I know it’s early but..” – Pundits across the league, gathering what data they can from a sample size of approximately 2 or 3 games.   Plenty of thoughts are circulating across the league for all 31 teams in the NHL, meaning the Habs are in the same situation as everyone else.  The beauty and […]

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Project Commitment: Habs Extend McCarron

Project Commitment: Habs Extend McCarron

The Habs well renowned misfortunes in the first round of the NHL entry draft seemed to latch onto Michael McCarron instantaneously.  From day one he was recognized as a raw project and it was understood that his development was going to be an epic process, one that would see him only just maybe get his […]

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Canadiens Re-Up Charles Hudon For One Year

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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Taking Care of Business; Lehkonen Signs Two-Year Contract

Taking Care of Business; Lehkonen Signs Two-Year Contract

Following the signing of Joel Armia, the Habs announced that they have inked Artturi Lehkonen to a two-year contract ($2.4M AAV). Just like with his fellow countryman, Armia, the Canadiens avoided going to arbitration with the young Finn whose date was set for August 3rd. Lehkonen just finished his third season with the Habs; having […]

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Arbitration Avoided; Habs Sign Armia For Two Years

Arbitration Avoided; Habs Sign Armia For Two Years

The Canadiens announced earlier this afternoon the signing of Joel Armia to a two-year contract, where he would earn $2.6M AAV. Last week, Joel Armia had filed for arbitration and it was reported that his date was scheduled for July 20th. Clearly, the two parties came to an agreement and can now focus on the […]

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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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