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Canadiens Slice and Dice For a Little Home Cooking; Habs 6 Sabres 1

Canadiens Slice and Dice For a Little Home Cooking; Habs 6 Sabres 1

Can anyone think of a better way to spend an entire Saturday besides a triple-header starting with the Montreal Canadiens and the Buffalo Sabres? Go ahead I’ll wait. Yeah I could not think of any either. So for Buffalo they come into Montreal looking to build off their decisive 7-4 victory over the Boston Bruins. […]

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Drop the Gloves: January Edition

Drop the Gloves: January Edition

The Montreal Canadiens are a team that, in the past, would be knocked around with no consequences coming for the opponent afterwards. The mentality started to change towards the end of last year and came into full effect with the hiring of Marc Bergevin as the new general manager. He brought in character players (Armstrong, […]

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Canadiens Stats for 2012-13

Canadiens Stats for 2012-13
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PK Subban: Mr. Humble; with Swagger

PK Subban: Mr. Humble; with Swagger

On January 28th, the ridiculous contract negotiation between Marc Bergevin, Don Meehan and PK Subban finally came to an end. Finally, after months of negotiating before the lockout, and then still holding out after 4 games of the shortened 2013 season, the talented young defenceman signed a brand new contract. After the lockout was over, […]

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(VIDEO) Game 6 Post-game Review

(VIDEO) Game 6 Post-game Review
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Brandon Prust: Quickly Becoming a Fan Favourite

Brandon Prust: Quickly Becoming a Fan Favourite

For years, the Montreal Canadiens have lacked the complete “hockey” player. People everywhere raised their eyebrows when Marc Bergevin signed free agent Brandon Prust to a 4-year, $10 million dollar contract, but just 6 games into the season, Prust has earned every penny. Brandon Prust is a gritty, two-way forward who is capable of playing […]

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Habs Take Jabs, Anderson Delivers Knockout Blow; Habs 1 Sens 5

Habs Take Jabs, Anderson Delivers Knockout Blow; Habs 1 Sens 5

Tonight one of the forgotten Canadian rivalries took to the ice to do battle with the Montreal Canadiens taking on the Ottawa Senators. The Senators without Spezza and Gonchar the Canadiens without Pacioretty and Subban both clubs came out with high energy and a little bit of a chip on their shoulders with 38 pims […]

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MTLCanadiensTV Has Returned

MTLCanadiensTV Has Returned

A new season has started for the Montreal Canadiens, which means the return of MTLCanadiensTV. Here is the first video of the campaign: Correction: Pacioretty out 3-4 weeks.

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The Ascension of Alexei Emelin

The Ascension of Alexei Emelin

I remember when Alexei Emelin was finally signed by Pierre Gauthier on May 17th, 2011, Canadiens fans were ecstatic. They were happy because Emelin was drafted back in the 2004 NHL draft with the Canadiens 3rd round selection, but had yet to commit to coming over to North America. Fans were even more excited because […]

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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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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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