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Canadiens Ship Deslauriers to Anaheim

Canadiens Ship Deslauriers to Anaheim

Another one. The Montreal Canadiens have dealt Nicolas Deslauriers to the Anaheim Ducks for a 4th round pick in 2020. This ups their draft pick count for the 2020 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal to 12 picks; 8 of which are in the first 4 rounds. With this move and the trade of Andrew Shaw […]

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Habs Deal Andrew Shaw Back to Chicago

Habs Deal Andrew Shaw Back to Chicago

The Montreal Canadiens have made a bit of a splash on the eve of Free Agency to free up cap space. With time ticking down, Marc Bergevin made the decision to trade fan favourite and agitator, Andrew Shaw, with a 7th round pick in 2020 to the Chicago Blackhawks for a 2nd round pick and […]

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Draft Recap: Habs Stock Up On Defense

Draft Recap: Habs Stock Up On Defense

This year’s NHL draft has come and gone in a blink of an eye. Scouts and their organizations prepare for so long for a two-day event, hoping to walk away with the future of their teams in their quest for the ultimate goal, the Stanley Cup. The Canadiens came into Vancouver with a goal to […]

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The Pick is In: Canadiens Select Cole Caufield

The Pick is In: Canadiens Select Cole Caufield

It’s that time of year again! The NHL Entry Draft is considered as Christmas in June for not only the organizations making the selections, but the fans as well as they watch their favourite teams potentially add their next franchise player. With the 15th overall pick in this year’s draft, the Canadiens selected Cole Caufield. […]

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Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Ask anyone across Canada over the last half a century to describe hockey, Canada and childhood.  Many answers might come back but only one would be correct to encapsulate a response that everyone could agree with: Saturday night, The Toronto Maple Leafs versus The Montreal Canadiens with Bob Cole in the broadcast booth to sing […]

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Montreal Canadiens: 6 Roster Predictions for the 2019/20 Season

Montreal Canadiens: 6 Roster Predictions for the 2019/20 Season

With what was a very predictable quiet trade deadline now in the rearview mirror, Canadiens’ general manager will now look to the offseason to improve on his roster, who surprised most with a very respectable showing through three quarters of the regular season. With that mind, here’s six predictions when it comes to the opening […]

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Montreal Canadiens: The Other Guys

Montreal Canadiens: The Other Guys

The Canadiens’ prospect pool appears to be stronger and deeper than ever before, as was made evident at the recent WJHC. Poehling and Alexander Romanov had superb tournaments along with Cayden Primeau and Jesse Ylonen who both stood out as big game players for their respective countries. In addition, Nick Suzuki and Josh Brook who […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Return to Respectability

Montreal Canadiens: Return to Respectability

After 51 games played, leading into the NHL all star weekend, which is followed by the Canadiens’ annual week long break, the team sits at number 9 in points throughout the entire league. Not bad for a group that was destined to hover around the bottom of the standings for the next few years. And […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Best 10 Trades Since 1993

Montreal Canadiens: Best 10 Trades Since 1993

It’s been over a quarter of a century since the Canadiens have last hoisted the Stanley Cup; by far the longest dry spell in franchise history. Several different factors come into play when assembling a winning team. Obviously most would place drafting at the top of that list, and rightfully so but finding the right […]

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Habs Blue Line: Analyzing the Left Side

Habs Blue Line: Analyzing the Left Side

After six seasons and what seems to be more roster moves than he recorded points in his 1191 game career (181 if you were wondering); it seems Marc Bergevin has finally laid down the groundwork to a foundation the organization can move forward with. A young core that may lack star power, although a couple […]

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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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