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Habs Blue Line: Analyzing the Left Side

Habs Blue Line: Analyzing the Left Side

After six seasons and what seems to be more roster moves than he recorded points in his 1191 game career (181 if you were wondering); it seems Marc Bergevin has finally laid down the groundwork to a foundation the organization can move forward with. A young core that may lack star power, although a couple […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Depth Down the Middle

Montreal Canadiens: Depth Down the Middle

Before most of us can remember, the Canadiens had real depth down the middle. Names like Beliveau, Richard and Morenz, to name just a few. For those over 30 years of age, we can look back to Muller, Damphousse and Koivu as legitimate top end centers. The likes of Galchenyuk, McCarron and Leblanc brought false […]

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Montreal with Seven Prospects at 2018 World Junior Championship

Montreal with Seven Prospects at 2018 World Junior Championship

It’s Boxing Day! For some, this means lots of shopping, but for true Canadians, it means something bigger; the start of one of the most exciting tournaments of the year with many future NHL stars. For the first time in recent years, after fans thought the cupboards were bare, the Montreal Canadiens have seven of their prospects […]

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Habs Headlines (Podcast): Season 2, Episode 1

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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Game Recap: Montreal (5) Ottawa (2) Dec. 4th 2018

Game Recap: Montreal (5) Ottawa (2) Dec. 4th 2018

On December 4th Montreal took on Ottawa in an Atlantic Division battle. With the two teams only being four points apart in the standings this game was set to be an interesting battle between two historic Canadian franchises. 1st Period Ottawa jumped out of the gates ready to take on the hostile Bell Center crowd. By […]

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To Trade Or Not To Trade: D-Manding Questions For Habs, Mete, Muzzin

To Trade Or Not To Trade: D-Manding Questions For Habs, Mete, Muzzin

It is hell trying to get to heaven but it is the only way there; purgatory, however, is the new hell.   The 2018-19 Montreal Canadiens are about as they look: too good to be bad but not good enough to be great.  They are trapped in a far worse neutral zone than one on […]

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The Three Stooges: Habs Defence Bears Glaring Holes

The Three Stooges: Habs Defence Bears Glaring Holes

One of the easier ways to tell that a season in sports is getting into full swing is when spectators far and wide have seen, said and heard many of the same things for weeks on end.  Trends begin to emerge and repeatedly witnessing them, for better or worse, tend to blur the days and […]

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A Tribute to Tomas Plekanec

A Tribute to Tomas Plekanec

As announced earlier today, Tomas Plekanec officially retired from the NHL after spending 15 years in the league; starting from the 2005-2006 season. All of his 1001 games, with the exception of 17 with Toronto, were spent with the Canadiens after being selected in the third round in 2001. In his 984 games as a […]

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Despite Lineup Holes, Future Looks Bright for Canadiens

Despite Lineup Holes, Future Looks Bright for Canadiens

  (Photo by Vincent Ethier/IconSportswire via Getty Images) Just 11 games into the NHL season, one of the biggest surprises this season is the early success of the Montreal Canadiens; a team seemingly destined to have yet another lottery year in hopes for another top-ten (or top five) pick in the 2019 draft. Not many […]

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Habs Trends: Building The Foundation Early (& Often)

Habs Trends: Building The Foundation Early (& Often)

Ever changing constants are an intriguing oxymoron and one that the hockey world lends itself to, whether it realizes that or not.  The Montreal Canadiens have been a visible case in point of just that in their first small handful of showcases to start the young season.  Early and often are the keynotes and they […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Fourth Line Additions

Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin didn’t wait until the trade deadline to revamp and as most seem to agree, upgrade his fourth line. Whether more changes are still to come or not remains to be seen but for now, Bergevin has held true to his word in not trading away any of his valuable […]

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