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2016 NHL Draft: Comparing the Top Ranked CHL Defencemen

2016 NHL Draft: Comparing the Top Ranked CHL Defencemen

Last season the answer to the question, “Who will be the first defencemen taken in the 2016 NHL Draft,” was: Jakob Chychrun. The defender just days before his 17th birthday was finalist for OHL Defenceman of the Year, despite missing 26 games. With the draft just around the corner, the answer appears much murkier. Olli […]

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CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Round 1

CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Round 1

Over the course of the 2015-16 season, there has been 5 prospects of the Montreal Canadiens playing among the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Unlike the 2014-15 season where all 7 of the competing Habs prospects were heading to their respective league’s playoffs, only 4 […]

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CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Preview

CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Preview

Over the course of the 2015-16 season, there has been 5 prospects of the Montreal Canadiens playing among the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Unlike the 2014-15 season where all 7 of the competing Habs prospects were heading to their respective league’s playoffs, only 4 […]

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Mid-Season Top-15 Habs Prospects Update

Mid-Season Top-15 Habs Prospects Update

This season has seen many tremendous and surprising performances from various Habs prospects, including: The incredible rise to the NHL by Michael McCarron, Daniel Carr’s excellent play in the big league, Martin Reway’s move to the NLA while leading his Czech Extraliga team in scoring, the emergence of Michael McNiven, and Jake Evans’ incredible development […]

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Darren Dietz Poised for Offensive Breakout

Darren Dietz Poised for Offensive Breakout

Often times when a player takes a significant step in their development a physical tool becomes noticeably better. Other times, a boost of confidence is just what they need. Usually, it’s a combination of both that causes a player to progress. The progression of Darren Dietz this year falls into the first category, but perhaps […]

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Midseason CHL Prospects Review

Midseason CHL Prospects Review

With all three CHL trade deadlines in the past, it’s time to examine how each of the Habs’ six CHL prospects have faired up until the halfway point of the season. No prospects were on the move this year, and all of the prospects’ teams appear to be middle-of-the-pack teams at best.   Jeremiah Addison […]

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Brendan Gallagher vs. 2010 NHL Draft Class

Brendan Gallagher vs. 2010 NHL Draft Class

With the 147th overall pick in the 2010 National Hockey League entry draft in Los Angeles, California, the Montreal Canadiens are proud to select from the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League… Brendan Gallagher. There is no debating that the 5th round pick turned 1st line right wing was one of the steals of […]

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Three Habs named to Canada-Russia Series

Three Habs named to Canada-Russia Series

In preparation for the 2015 Canadian Hockey League Canada-Russia Series, the rosters on the Canadian side have been set. The annual tournament was first held in 2003, and every year since. A team of Russian selects travel to Canada to take on the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) All-Stars, Ontario Hockey League (OHL) All-Stars, […]

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Making Marc’s Decisions: Canadiens Roster Decided

Making Marc’s Decisions: Canadiens Roster Decided

The Montreal G.M. may own a wardrobe worthy of envy but his job was less than such through training camp and pre-season.  So many worthy candidates, so little time.  This is exactly what Marc wanted, though.   “You can never have too much depth.”   Well, too much depth can possibly be had when some […]

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EA Sports: NHL 16 Habs Prospects Ratings

EA Sports: NHL 16 Habs Prospects Ratings

Once again this year, All About The Habs had early access to EA Sports NHL 16, and is happy to share the Habs players ratings, which is one of the most important aspects of the game for many gamers. In another article, we shared the NHL and AHL players ratings, but in this one, we share the prospects ratings. […]

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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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