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Habs Daily Recaps: March 11th & 12th

Habs Daily Recaps: March 11th & 12th

Habs prospect Magnus Nygren, 22, was awarded with the Salming Trophy as best defenceman in the Swedish Elite League. Börje Salming said he was a “modern d”. Nygren signed a one-year extension with Färjestad BK for next season. The Montreal Canadiens  placed Yannick Weber on the injured reserve. He is currently out with a knee injury. The […]

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Vail Excels In This Week’s Prospect Update (04/03/13-10/03/13)

Vail Excels In This Week’s Prospect Update (04/03/13-10/03/13)

Brady Vail was finally moved back to forward and racked up four points in two games. Archambault and Dietz were both able to keep scoring at their torrential paces, while Bozon and Hudon were able to break droughts. Bennett and Walsh advanced in the playoffs and Collberg, Nygren, and Nyström will be starting their’s next […]

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Habs Daily Recap: March 9th

Habs Daily Recap: March 9th

The Canadiens would go ahead with Dumont and Pateryn against the Lightning instead of keeping White and inserting Kaberle back into the line up after Weber going down. Additionally, Price would start in goal and Desjardins would be at the other end of the rink for Tampa Bay. Many thought that Armstrong or even Moen […]

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Habs Daily Recap: March 8th

Habs Daily Recap: March 8th

Details about Yannick Weber’s lower-body injury that he suffered against the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night broke Friday morning. Per Renaud Lavoie, Weber sustained a knee injury. The Swiss rearguard was headed back to Montreal for further examination of his knee. It’s unfortunate for the defenceman as it was only his second game of the […]

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Habs Daily Recap: March 5th

Habs Daily Recap: March 5th

The Canadiens started Tuesday off with an optional skate where Gionta, Kaberle, Plekanec, Bouillon, Ryder and Prust took that option. Rene Bourque and Raphael Diaz are not even on the road trip due to their concussions. Dumont, Nokelainen and Weber put extra work in after the rest of the boys had left the ice, indicating that they’d […]

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Habs Daily Recap: March 3rd

Habs Daily Recap: March 3rd

It was unknown at the start of Sunday who would be between the pipes for Montreal against Boston. It was not until after the optional morning skate, that only Dumont, Nokelainen, Weber, Price and Budaj participated in, that Budaj was announced as the starter. This caused Habs fans on Twitter and Facebook to voice their […]

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Archambault Amazes In This Week’s Prospect Update (02/25/13-03/03/13)

Archambault Amazes In This Week’s Prospect Update (02/25/13-03/03/13)

Olivier Archambault expanded upon his recent success with 7 points in 3 games this week. MacMillan and Nygren are both red hot right now, while Bozon is ice cold. Hudon and Nyström both were unable to keep their momentum going after monster weeks. Vail is starting to rack up the points playing as a defenceman and Bennett, Collberg, Nygren […]

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Habs Daily Recap: March 1st

Habs Daily Recap: March 1st

The Hamilton Bulldogs announced Friday morning their new three-year extension at Copps Coliseum and their affiliation with the Montreal Canadiens. It has a two-year option after the deal is done. This is great news if you are someone like myself who lives in Hamilton or near it to see the Habs prospects in action. Those […]

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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 27th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 27th

The day started with the question of “will Ryder be at practice?” Well, he made it to the ACC on time but he had to go through a medical to make sure he was good to go. Unfortunately he was unable to get in his first training session with his new teammates but he would […]

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Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 26th

Habs Daily Recap: Feb. 26th

Unfortunate news came out of Habs Nation to start Tuesday off. News broke that Rene Bourque is not actually suffering from the flu but that he has a concussion. As per Bartlett, Therrien, training staff and Bourque himself are not sure when it occurred. He is out day to day, following the protocol. Hopefully Bourque will […]

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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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