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Di Stefano’s Beef: CHaracter

Di Stefano’s Beef: CHaracter

“CHaracter”, Marc Bergevin’s latest BS word that has spread throughout the entire Canadiens organization like an epedemic. Coach Therrien lavished it on the media after every game this spring. You didn’t hear a single player not use the cop-out phrase. Even the CBC, TSN & NBC guys used it during any Habs game. It became […]

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Brady Vail will re-enter the NHL Entry Draft

Brady Vail will re-enter the NHL Entry Draft

The June 1st 5pm ET deadline has passed and fourth round pick, Brady Vail, went unsigned. Vail, the 94th pick in 2012, will re-enter the NHL Entry Draft. The Palm City, Florida native enjoyed his best season in the OHL this past year. Vail continued to be one of the OHL’s best two-way players, while […]

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A Look at the Top 10 Projected Picks of the 2014 Entry Draft

A Look at the Top 10 Projected Picks of the 2014 Entry Draft

Habs fans, its a good time of the year. The playoffs are here and the Canadiens are off to a quick start after sweeping the Tampa Bay Lightning in 4 quick games. Although the series was quick, the nerves and tension were running high until the final whistle was blown and Le But began playing […]

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Weave In: Mike Weaver Comes To Montreal

Weave In: Mike Weaver Comes To Montreal

In exchange for a 5th round pick to the Florida Panthers, Mike Weaver finds himself weaving his way into the Montreal Canadiens’ seemingly endless depth chart of defencemen, namely when referring to either relatively high end prospects or fringe players that are usually of veteran age.  Where does 35 year old Mike Weaver fit in […]

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Beaulieu Is A Big Boy Now… And He Needs To Stay With The Big Boys

Beaulieu Is A Big Boy Now… And He Needs To Stay With The Big Boys

When Nathan Beaulieu went 17th overall in the 2011 entry draft, he had no qualms as he grew up a Habs fan.  The Montreal Canadiens obviously didn’t mind him dropping from his projected rank either, by six spots.  Considerably a steal in his year, Beaulieu has been heralded as one of the crown jewels in […]

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La Sainte Flanelle Solutions: PK Center Of Attention Again

La Sainte Flanelle Solutions: PK Center Of Attention Again

The Canadiens spent a few nasty days, particularly against opponents from the seemingly superhuman central division by the looks of the numbers of their teams at this point of the season; numbers that showcased a certain level of substance without a doubt.  Having gone into a four game stretch as a team doing relatively well […]

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Sophomore Slump: How Does It Apply To Montreal?

Sophomore Slump: How Does It Apply To Montreal?

“It’s in the back of your mind when you’re training. You know it can happen to you.” – Brendan Gallagher   Various observations, forms of research and statistical projections have attempted to size up the slump of second year superstars but there is some x-factor, some intangible that often times enables it to wriggle free […]

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Obsessive Compulsive Size Disorder: The Nonsense Behind “The Canadiens Need Size”

Obsessive Compulsive Size Disorder: The Nonsense Behind “The Canadiens Need Size”

  “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog” -Mark Twain Flashback: May 5th 2013. It’s Game 3, first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Heading into the 3rd period, the score is 2-1 in favour of the Ottawa Senators. The Canadiens are hanging […]

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Bergevin’s Battle: Has He Addressed Team Needs?

Bergevin’s Battle: Has He Addressed Team Needs?

Whether one move is made or another, chances can be banked on that it will be met with some form of debate or controversy amongst Montreal Canadiens fans.  A fan base that is so engrained with hockey education and knowledge is quick to react to any given move regarding who wears their colors and who […]

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Montreal Canadiens 2013 Draft Review

Montreal Canadiens 2013 Draft Review

With the draft dust settling, it’s time to take a look at how the Canadiens made out on draft day. The Canadiens added size up front with Michael McCarron, Jacob De La Rose and Connor Crisp, an average height of 6’4″ between the three, to crash the net and keep defenceman on their heels. Goaltending […]

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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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