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2016 NHL Draft: Why Clayton Keller Could be a Steal at #9

2016 NHL Draft: Why Clayton Keller Could be a Steal at #9

The Montreal Canadiens are in an interesting position in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. While the “Big Three” of Auston Matthews, Patrik Laine, and Jesse Puljujarvi are far out of reach, there is second tier of quality prospects. It’s tough to imagine a circumstance in which one of the second tier of talented forwards–Matthew Tkachuk, […]

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Habs pick 9th in the 2016 NHL Draft

Habs pick 9th in the 2016 NHL Draft

“With the 9th overall pick in the 2016 National Hockey League entry draft… the Montreal Canadiens are proud to select…” Barring any trade, those are the words that the Habs faithful will be hearing at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York. Prior to the Washington Capitals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins […]

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Take Your Pick: The 2016 NHL Entry Draft

Take Your Pick: The 2016 NHL Entry Draft

With the nth overall pick, in the 2016 NHL entry draft, the Montreal Canadiens are very proud to select… We will find out soon enough, Habs fans. So with the end of a gloomy season filled with some ups, and a whole lot of downs, most fans including myself are looking forward to the 2016 […]

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Montreal Canadiens Need Top-Bottom Mentality for Future

Montreal Canadiens Need Top-Bottom Mentality for Future

While trade rumours about Steven Stamkos have been put to rest for the remainder of the season, some sports analysts have casually raised the possibility of the star centre/RW dawning the sweater of the bleu, blanc et rouge. Now, I know it’s relatively old “speculation” but I couldn’t help but let my mind wonder for […]

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Draft Analysis: Nathan Beaulieu

Draft Analysis: Nathan Beaulieu

“With the 17th overall pick, in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, the Montreal Canadiens are proud to select from the QMJHL’s Saint John Sea Dogs, Nathan Beaulieu!” It’s been almost 5 years since the Canadiens’ management were on the clock and made this selection. Beaulieu, a crafty puck-moving defenceman from Strathroy Ontario, who was proven […]

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2016 NHL Mid-Season Mock Draft (1st Round)

2016 NHL Mid-Season Mock Draft (1st Round)

All About The Habs brings to you its 2016 National Hockey League entry draft, mid-season mock draft. This draft is interesting because the general consensus is that it is not as strong as the 2015 draft which featured players such as Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, but it appears to be very heavy in the top […]

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2016 NHL Draft Watch: Vitalii Abramov Torching QMJHL

2016 NHL Draft Watch: Vitalii Abramov Torching QMJHL

If you don’t know the name Vitalii Abramov, you will soon. He is a QMJHL rookie with 73 points in 48 games, good for fourth in the lead and a 12-point lead on Gatineau. The best way to describe Abramov is: Electrifying. His explosiveness, stickhandling, and creativity are all among the very best in the […]

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A Look at the Habs 2015 Draft Choices

A Look at the Habs 2015 Draft Choices

With the draft over, it’s time to take a look at who the Montreal Canadiens selected. With the holding of the 26th, 87th, 131st, 177th, and 207th overall picks, the Canadiens selected Noah Juulsen, Lukas Vejdemo, Matt Bradley, Simon Bourque, and Jeremiah Addison, respectively.   Noah Juulsen 26th Overall, 1st Round RD | 6’02” 174 […]

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2015 NHL Draft: Round 1

2015 NHL Draft: Round 1

As expected, the Edmonton Oilers kicked off the 2015 NHL Draft in Sunrise, Florida by selecting Connor McDavid. Following that pick, the Buffalo Sabres shocked nobody but selecting Jack Eichel. Aside from the draft, draft day in itself has been a whirlpool of emotions involving trades. To start off the day, the Senators dealt the […]

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2015 Draft: Potential Mid-To-Later Round Targets

2015 Draft: Potential Mid-To-Later Round Targets

The 2015 NHL Entry Draft is just around the corner. The Montreal Canadiens don’t own a bevy of draft picks unlike in 2013, nor do they have a high first round pick like 2012, but there are plenty of fantastic players available. The Canadiens hold the 26th, 87th, 131st, 177th, and 207th overall picks in […]

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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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