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2016 Top 30 Habs Prospects: #25-#21

2016 Top 30 Habs Prospects: #25-#21

Welcome to the third installment of my Top-30 Habs Prospects, featuring prospects ranked #25-#21. Keep in mind, these rankings are just for fun, and the most valuable information is found in the profiles themselves. This group of five features a couple of candidates for breakout seasons next year. This segment begins with Matt Bradley and […]

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IceCaps Re-Sign Josiah Didier to One-Year Deal

IceCaps Re-Sign Josiah Didier to One-Year Deal

The St. John’s IceCaps announced that they have re-signed rearguard Josiah Didier to a one-year AHL contract. An AHL contract means that he can only be sent down to the ECHL but cannot be called up to the NHL and does not count against the 50 contracts for the Canadiens organization. The Montreal Canadiens drafted […]

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Daniel Carr Signs Two-Year Extension with Habs

Daniel Carr Signs Two-Year Extension with Habs

The Montreal Canadiens have inked forward Daniel Carr to a two-year, one-way extension with a $725, 000 AAV. Carr joined the Habs organization back on April 24th, 2014 out of Union College as a free agent. After scoring his first NHL goal on his first shot in his first NHL game back on November 29th, […]

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Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

Leading up to the NHL Entry Draft, Montreal Canadiens Owner, President and Chief Executive Officer Geoff Molson took to Twitter to ask fans what they were thinking as we entered the big week. He never never does that. A huge P.K. Subban storm happened, followed by Lars Eller being dealt to the Capitals and Andrew Shaw […]

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2016 NHL Mock Draft | François Carignan and Zachery Ellis

2016 NHL Mock Draft | François Carignan and Zachery Ellis

The 2016 NHL Entry draft is only a few hours away now as the 1st round goes underway on June 24th, and rounds 2 to 7 will go on June 25th. Two writers from All About The Habs have compiled a full 1st-round 2016 NHL mock draft with potential selections from each team in order. Zachery […]

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2016 NHL Draft: Ninth Overall Targets

2016 NHL Draft: Ninth Overall Targets

With the 2016 NHL Draft just around the corner, it’s time to look at potential selections for the Montreal Canadiens ninth overall pick. With just the fourth top-10 pick since Trevor Timmins took over in 2003, it’s an exciting time of the year! This season, I expanded the size of the profiles (compared to my […]

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Habs Sign NCAA Free Agent Lindgren

Habs Sign NCAA Free Agent Lindgren

The Montreal Canadiens sign NCAA goaltender Charlie Lindgren to a 2-year contract. Lindgren has joined the team in Tampa and will be with the team backing up Mike Condon for the remainder of the season. Charlie Lindgren Position: Goaltender Age: 22 Birthplace: Lakeville, MN, USA Height: 6’2″ Weight: 190 Drafted: Undrafted Team: St. Cloud State […]

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Analyzing the Addition of Tom Parisi

Analyzing the Addition of Tom Parisi

On March 23, 2016 the Montreal Canadiens announced the signing of NCAA free agent Tom Parisi to a two-year entry-level contract. They also announced that Parisi will report to the St. John’s IceCaps on an amateur try-out agreement to finish out the season. Tom Parisi was a member of the incredible 2014-2015 Providence College Friars team that […]

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Mid-Season Top-15 Habs Prospects Update

Mid-Season Top-15 Habs Prospects Update

This season has seen many tremendous and surprising performances from various Habs prospects, including: The incredible rise to the NHL by Michael McCarron, Daniel Carr’s excellent play in the big league, Martin Reway’s move to the NLA while leading his Czech Extraliga team in scoring, the emergence of Michael McNiven, and Jake Evans’ incredible development […]

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The Rise of Mike Condon

The Rise of Mike Condon

Around this time, just three years ago, Mike Condon was beginning his senior year with the Princeton University Varsity Hockey Team. Fast forward three years, and now Mike Condon has his first NHL victory, doing it with a show-stopping save on Erik Karlsson with just 43 seconds left. As it would turn out, Mike Condon’s […]

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Montreal Canadiens: The Difference Makers

Most Hab fans will agree that the 2018-19 season was cut short; that the Canadiens played well enough through the 82-game schedule to qualify for the post-season. Though the organization didn’t reach their ultimate goal, there’s plenty of positives to take away from this edition of the Canadiens and the exclamation point came courtesy of […]

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