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Rask Up To Task; Habs 1 Bruins 2

Rask Up To Task; Habs 1 Bruins 2

Tonight one of the NHL’s oldest rivalries did battle at the Bell Centre where Montreal was looking to take top seed in the Northeast Division. However before the puck was dropped Habs Nation was put into a scare when Carey Price left warm-up early after taking a shot to the groin era a Lars Eller […]

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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 5th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 5th

The Montreal Canadiens had practice today ahead of their match up against the Boston Bruins tomorrow. The Bruins will be a tough test  to the Habs, who have had an excellent start to their season in comparison to last year. The Bruins are 2-0-1 on the road so far this season but the Canadiens are […]

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The Habs: The Pulse of Montréal

The Habs: The Pulse of Montréal

Montréal. One of the oldest cities in Canada. What are the first things that come to mind when one thinks of it? France?  Partying? The Alouettes? Pierre Elliott Trudeau? Georges St-Pierre? Nope, probably not. The answer is one of these two things: Women — and — hockey. More specifically, the Montréal Canadiens. I am too […]

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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 4th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 4th

The Montreal Canadiens had a day off from training today and deservingly so as they had back-to-back games this past weekend, coming out on top in both. They will be back at the rink in Brossard at 11am Tuesday as they prepare for another set of crucial games against divisional opponents, Boston and Buffalo. Boston […]

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El Capitano: Brian Gionta

El Capitano: Brian Gionta

It has been a long time since a captain of Les Canadiens has raised the stanley cup. Guy Carbonneau was the last one to do it in 1993 when Wayne Gretzgy’s Los Angeles Kings were defeated in 5 games. In exception to Saku Koivu, the Canadiens have desperately needed a captain worthy of raising the […]

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(VIDEO) Post-game Recap – Habs 2 Senators 1

(VIDEO) Post-game Recap – Habs 2 Senators 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0Cxh0G135k

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Pacioretty Returns, Montreal Earns Back to Back Wins; Habs 2 Senators 1

Pacioretty Returns, Montreal Earns Back to Back Wins; Habs 2 Senators 1

With back-to-back matinee games for Montreal some would question if the Canadiens would come out with the same energy as they did just 24 hours ago. Well an early interference call on Tomas Plekanec at just 24 seconds in and an almost as early goal by Jakob Silfverberg would be enough for a team to […]

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(VIDEO) – Post-game Recap – Habs 6 Sabres 1

(VIDEO) – Post-game Recap – Habs 6 Sabres 1
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The Rebirth of Rene Bourque

The Rebirth of Rene Bourque

  Rene Bourque has received a lot of criticism over the past twelve months. The three-time twenty goal scorer started off very slowly during the 2011-2012 season, which prompted some very harsh criticism from CBC hockey analyst, Kelly Hrudey. (Here) Bourque, who had signed a six-year contract at an average of $3.3 million per season […]

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Brendan Gallagher: A Diamond in the Rough

Brendan Gallagher: A Diamond in the Rough

In May of 2010, TSR (The Scouting Report) put out their final NHL Draft rankings before the upcoming draft; listing the top 100 players. Brendan Gallagher sat at 93rd on their list and this is what they wrote about him, “After exploding offensively during the regular season, Gallagher continued his excellent play and proved to […]

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Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Ask anyone across Canada over the last half a century to describe hockey, Canada and childhood.  Many answers might come back but only one would be correct to encapsulate a response that everyone could agree with: Saturday night, The Toronto Maple Leafs versus The Montreal Canadiens with Bob Cole in the broadcast booth to sing […]

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