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Thank You, St. John’s

Thank You, St. John’s

An era in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador has come to an end on Friday night. After winning the first game in a best-of-five first round series, the St. John’s IceCaps lost three straight to be eliminated from the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs. At the OneCenter War Memorial Arena in Syracuse, New York, former Montreal […]

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Canadiens Sign Antoine Waked

Canadiens Sign Antoine Waked

Undrafted right wing free agent Antoine Waked has signed a three year contract with the Montreal Canadiens. 20-year old Waked has played four seasons in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) since being drafted 67th overall by the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies. Since making his major junior debut in 2013-14, Waked has 157 regular season points […]

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Potential 2017 Draft Targets

Potential 2017 Draft Targets

The Montreal Canadiens 2017 offseason is still young and many are feeling the effects of no Canadiens hockey until the pre-season. However, like every offseason, there is a lot to look forward to in the summer months coming ahead. The 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Free Agent Frenzy, training camps and rookie camps, etc. Based on […]

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Canadiens Player Report Cards (Regular Season + Playoffs)

Canadiens Player Report Cards (Regular Season + Playoffs)

After crashing out in a heartbreaking 3-1 loss in New York City on Saturday night, it’s time for my “end-of-season” Montreal Canadiens report cards. Here I analyze the players, top to bottom, assigning them grades with their performances this regular season and playoffs. Let’s get started with the forwards. Max Pacioretty: B+ The captain had […]

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Where Do the Habs Go From Here?

Where Do the Habs Go From Here?

“This was a wasted opportunity”. That’s what captain Max Pacioretty had to say after the game six loss to the New York Rangers Sunday night (via Amanda Stein of TSN 690), and it’s honestly hard to argue with him. In a year in which the Habs finished atop the otherwise weak Atlantic division, this felt […]

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Radulov, Galchenyuk Highlight Free Agents

Radulov, Galchenyuk Highlight Free Agents

With the 2016-17 Montreal Canadiens campaign coming to a finish, it is time to look ahead at the off-season. The 2017 NHL Entry Draft at the United Center in Chicago will come first. Following that will come the beginning of Free Agency on July 1st. Unrestricted Free Agents (UFA) The Montreal Canadiens organization will have […]

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Game Five Recap: Rangers 3 Canadiens 2 OT

Game Five Recap: Rangers 3 Canadiens 2 OT

Coming off an unlucky loss in The Big Apple, the Canadiens were poised to push the Rangers to the brink of elimination with a win at the Bell Centre Thursday night. But once again, their strong start in the first period, was unsustainable.  Les boys came out flying in the first period, as per usual. […]

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Game Four Recap: Rangers 2 Canadiens 1

Game Four Recap: Rangers 2 Canadiens 1

The Canadiens were up 2-1 in the series heading into Broadway for game four of their best of seven series. Coming off of a dominant 3-1 victory on Sunday, people were curious to see if they could carry that type of play into game four.  The first period turned out as expected. The Rangers were playing […]

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Game Three Recap: Canadiens 3 Rangers 1

Game Three Recap: Canadiens 3 Rangers 1

  Coming off an exhilarating 4-3 overtime win Friday night, the Canadiens headed into Broadway looking to take their first lead of the series. Did the tweaks and changes Claude Julien made help the team? The first period was all Montreal. Alex Galchenyuk took back his natural centre post (on the third line) with Artturi Lehkonen […]

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Game Two Recap: Canadiens 4 Rangers 3 OT

Game Two Recap: Canadiens 4 Rangers 3 OT

  The talk surrounding The Montreal Canadiens after a 2-0 Rangers win in game one had fans all saying the same thing; “The  Canadiens can’t score”. I don’t disagree, but comparing the two teams, the Habs have the advantage in almost every category. I expected the goals to come in game two, and they did […]

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Thank You, St. John’s

An era in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador has come to an end on Friday night. After winning the first game in a best-of-five first round series, the St. John’s IceCaps lost three straight to be eliminated from the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs. At the OneCenter War Memorial Arena in Syracuse, New York, former Montreal […]

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