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With the New Habs Management, Solidarity & ‘Team’ are the Only Culture

With the New Habs Management, Solidarity & ‘Team’ are the Only Culture

  Geoff Molson performed an exhaustive search for a General Manager after he fired Pierre Gauthier before the 2012 NHL Draft. While a bilingual GM was a requirement, his most sought after quality was someone who lived and breathed hockey, and also, had a passion for the Montreal Canadiens. He found that man in Marc […]

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Gally & Gally Chip In On Rally; Habs 4 Jets 3

Gally & Gally Chip In On Rally; Habs 4 Jets 3

The Canadiens and Jets have been two of the hottest (Canadian) teams as of late with both teams riding a three-game winning streak coming into tonight. Both starting goalies have had tremendous starts to the season; Ondrej Pavelic posting a 2-1-1 record, 2.20 GAA and a .932 save percentage and Carey Price posting even more […]

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The Most Heated Rivalry in NHL History

The Most Heated Rivalry in NHL History

Yes indeed, I am writing for a game 8 days from now. Why you ask? Well, because the most heated rivalry in NHL history starts a new chapter. On February 6th, the Habs will rudely welcome in the Boston Bruins to the Bell Centre. With both teams making significant roster moves since last season, and of course with no […]

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Prospects Stats for 2012-13

Prospects Stats for 2012-13
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Les “Glorieux” Once Again Becoming Glorious

Les “Glorieux” Once Again Becoming Glorious

The Montréal Canadiens finished 15th in the Eastern conference last season. During their horrible season, there was however, one huge glowing point. It came on March 29th 2012, the day Pierre Gauthier was fired as general manager of  Les Glorieux. Geoff Molson, and more importantly, the fans of the Canadiens had seen more than enough […]

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The Wait is Over: Habs Ink Subban

The Wait is Over: Habs Ink Subban

It was a long process, one that was made longer by the lockout. However, it is finally complete and Habs fans can breathe a sigh of relief. This whole ordeal caused a lot of stir throughout media and in conversations face-to-face (yes, people still have those). Fans turned on one other, either in support of […]

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Markov Plays Devil’s Advocate; Habs 4 Devils 3

Markov Plays Devil’s Advocate; Habs 4 Devils 3

Lately when the New Jersey Devils come to town, actually, let’s be honest when Martin Brodeur comes to town it usually means it’s going to be a long night. Let’s also take into consideration Montreal will now be without sniper Max Pacioretty for the next four to six weeks after undergoing an emergency appendectomy and […]

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Welcome to All About the Habs

Welcome to All About the Habs

Welcome to the official All About the Habs website. It has been a long time coming but it is nice to finally get this out there for the Habs fans that enjoy consuming as much about their team as possible. This whole thing started back in September of 2011 as just another avenue for people […]

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Habs Headlines (Podcast): Season 2, Episode 1

  MINAS PANAGIOTAKIS / GETTY IMAGES   HabsHeadlines is making a comeback. Patrick Tallon and Drew Hardiman recorded their first podcast together following the Habs 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks Sunday night. From covering the lineup decisions, prospects, coaching staff, Marc Bergevin, and taking questions from the mailbag, you can be assured that no […]

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