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2015 Draft: Potential First Round Targets – Part 2

2015 Draft: Potential First Round Targets – Part 2

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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2015 Draft: Potential First Round Targets – Part 1

2015 Draft: Potential First Round Targets – Part 1

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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2015 NHL Mock Draft

2015 NHL Mock Draft

The 2015 NHL Entry draft is only days away as the 1st round goes underway on June 26th, and the remainder of the draft on June 27th. The draft will take place at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, home of the Florida Panthers. 3 writers from All About The Habs has compiled a full […]

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Torrey Mitchell Puts Pen to Paper with Habs

Torrey Mitchell Puts Pen to Paper with Habs

The Montreal Canadiens have announced that they have re-signed forward Torrey Mitchell to a three-year contract, with an AAV of $1.2 million. At the end of the playoffs, GM Marc Bergevin indicated that he wanted to keep Mitchell in the Habs organization if it worked out that way. It appears that the cards fell perfectly […]

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Should the Canadiens Trade their First Round Pick?

Should the Canadiens Trade their First Round Pick?

I find myself asking this question every offseason, could this be the year that Montreal Canadiens trade away their first round pick? In all honesty, I don’t think Montreal will, not because it is a bad thing, but because General Manager Marc Bergevin has so much trust in director of amater scouting Trevor Timmins. I […]

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2015 NHL Draft: 26th Overall Pick

2015 NHL Draft: 26th Overall Pick

Tomorrow will mark exactly two weeks until the 2015 NHL draft in Sunrise, Florida begins. While the major headlines are surrounding projected the projected 1st and 2nd overall picks Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, many experts agree that this could be one of the deepest, if not the strongest draft in history. Some are even […]

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NHL Cup Contenders: Who Will Come Out on Top?

NHL Cup Contenders: Who Will Come Out on Top?

Here is my list of cup contenders from most likely to win to least likely: 1. Chicago Blackhawks: On the top of the list of contenders for the last 5 years, perhaps a bit of a stretch considering Patty Kane’s fractured clavicle, but Mr. Bowman was quick to add some fresh blood to the Hawks lineup. […]

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Former Habs goalie Vokoun retires

Former Habs goalie Vokoun retires

38-year old goalie Tomas Vokoun, who was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens, has officially announced his retirement after a long hockey career. Vokoun was selected in the ninth round (226th overall) in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft in Hartford, Connecticut. A draft which saw Ed Jovanovski, Patrik Elias, Daniel Alfredsson, Marty Turco among others make […]

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Habs Training Camp: Cuts & Invites

Habs Training Camp: Cuts & Invites

The Habs Rookie Camp came to a close with the final scrimmage between Team Red and Team White. The end of camp itself meant the end of the road for some of these players that were in attendance. Montreal had to make a number of decisions regarding these young men and whether or not they did enough […]

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Former Canadiens Rearguard Brett Clark Retires

Former Canadiens Rearguard Brett Clark Retires

Former Canadiens blue liner Brett Clark has retired from the game at the age of 37. The Canadiens drafted the Wapella, Saskatchewan native in the 6th round, 154th overall in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft, held in St. Louis. Other notables in that round include Andreas Dackell at 136th by the Ottawa Senators and Brian Willsie […]

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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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