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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 10th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 10th

Mikhail Grabovski was supposed to have a hearing for the biting incident with Max Pacioretty at 4pm Sunday but it was postponed. It will be a phone hearing Monday morning at 11, which means he could not be suspended for more than 5 games. However, no one truly believes that someone would get that many […]

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(VIDEO) Post-game Recap – Buds are Studs While Habs are Duds

(VIDEO) Post-game Recap – Buds are Studs While Habs are Duds
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Surprise, Surprise: Canadiens Through 10 Games – Defensemen & Overall Grade

Surprise, Surprise: Canadiens Through 10 Games – Defensemen & Overall Grade

The following will be my rating on the Montreal Canadiens defensemen through 10 games and a brief overall summary. Andrei Markov: Markov has seen his share of injuries the past few seasons, but it would seem as though he has recovered enough to be the Power Play general once again. With four goals and six […]

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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 9th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 9th

The 9th marked another birthday for former Habs enforcer Chris “Knuckles” Nilan. Nilan played 688 games in the NHL where he racked up 225 points and an outstanding 3043PIM. He has taken his life in a new direction, speaking out against bullying. Nilan may not have always been on the right path, especially when his […]

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Buds are Studs While Habs are Duds; Leafs 6 Habs 0

Buds are Studs While Habs are Duds; Leafs 6 Habs 0

After unfortunate losses to both the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres earlier in the week, the Habs needed to bounce back against their rivals, the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight. Unlike in those early games where we saw effort from the team as a whole, the Canadiens lacked the drive that we have seen in previous […]

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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 8th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 8th

Today was the 47th birthday of former Habs captain and assistant coach Kirk Muller. It was a blow to the Canadiens when Muller was not kept on in the coaching system, however, Kirk deserved more. He is currently head coach of the Carolina Hurricanes. The Canadiens had an optional skate this morning after playing back-to-back […]

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Swiss is Bliss: The Ascension of Raphael Diaz

Swiss is Bliss: The Ascension of Raphael Diaz

Last year was an experiment. This year we have the results. So why is Raphael Diaz making so much noise this season? Well increased ice time is the obvious choice however I believe there are more factors at play here. At 26 Diaz made his NHL debut last season with seemingly high expectations, well for […]

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Surprise, Surprise! The Canadiens Through 10 Games

Surprise, Surprise! The Canadiens Through 10 Games

The Montreal Canadiens have played well thus far, better than some would have given them the benefit of the doubt for. The following will be my view of how the team has done so far. The line of : Gionta-Plekanec-Bourque. Brian Gionta has played well, always around the net, made some good crisp passes so […]

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(VIDEO) Post-game Recap Habs Sabres 5 SO

(VIDEO) Post-game Recap Habs Sabres 5 SO
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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 7th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 7th

Dan Kramer of AllHabs.net tweeted in the morning, “Given how often Habs Therrien has repeated he doesn’t like leaving players sitting for long, gotta think Weber is out of plans and on market.” There is no reason not to believe this statement really. After playing over in the Swiss league during the lockout, Weber has […]

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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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