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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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Montreal Canadiens: The Difference Makers

Montreal Canadiens: The Difference Makers

Most Hab fans will agree that the 2018-19 season was cut short; that the Canadiens played well enough through the 82-game schedule to qualify for the post-season. Though the organization didn’t reach their ultimate goal, there’s plenty of positives to take away from this edition of the Canadiens and the exclamation point came courtesy of […]

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Andrew Shaw Makes A Warrior’s Call To Teammates

Andrew Shaw Makes A Warrior’s Call To Teammates

“Everyone.  All lines, all D, goalie; everyone has to be playing their best every night.  Lines are taking nights off, players are taking nights off.  They don’t have that fight.” – Andrew Shaw following a 2-1 loss to the Islanders on Thursday   To find one person that disagrees with him is to identify an unabashed […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Worst 10 Trades Since 1993

Montreal Canadiens: Worst 10 Trades Since 1993

Last week I counted down the 10 best trades the organization had made since last winning the Stanley Cup in 1993. It’s only fitting that I should examine the other side of the coin and list off what I see as the 10 worst trades in the same time span. Maybe a disclaimer should be […]

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Habs Outshot, Outplayed, Outscored in Loss to Flyers

Habs Outshot, Outplayed, Outscored in Loss to Flyers

Habs Outshot, Outplayed, Outscored in Loss to Flyers The Habs were outshot, outplayed, and outscored in a 3-1 loss to the Flyers Thursday night. In a game where they took a season-low 16 shots on the Philadelphia net, they relied on Carey Price who, while solid, could not play both sides of the ice all […]

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Habs Outshot In 3-1 Loss To Islanders

Habs Outshot In 3-1 Loss To Islanders

Habs Outshot in 3-1 Loss To Islanders Habs were outshot in a 3-1 loss to the Islanders Thursday night in Brooklyn. The final total was a deeply uneven 42-22 shots on goal, which presented the problem from the beginning. They came out slow, they didn’t take enough shots on net, and they gave up the […]

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Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game

Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game

Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game The Habs edged the Rangers in an entertaining, emotional game filled with excitement and controversy, Saturday night at the Bell Centre. Andrew Shaw and Alex Galchenyuk returned to the line-up, after being sidelined with injuries. Shaw played only the first period, due to a penalty and game misconduct […]

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Rare Home Loss For Habs, Falling 2-1 in OT To The Bruins

Rare Home Loss For Habs, Falling 2-1 in OT To The Bruins

Rare Home Loss For Habs, Falling 2-1 in OT To The Bruins In a rare home loss for the Habs, and a rare loss to the Bruins on home ice, they were edged out 2-1 in overtime Monday night. It was a game filled with events, physical and hockey-related, and was a typical rivalry between […]

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Max Pacioretty Gives Habs The Edge Vs. Hurricanes

Max Pacioretty Gives Habs The Edge Vs. Hurricanes

Max Pacioretty Gives Habs The Edge Vs. Hurricanes Max Pacioretty scored the game-winning goal early in the third period to give the Habs their one-goal win over the Hurricanes on Thursday evening. The game saw the Canadiens struggling to connect, losing puck battles, and they played defensively most of the 60 minutes. However, with Pacioretty’s […]

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Pushing Plekanec & Pacioretty: Suffering Forwards Making Canadiens Suffer

Pushing Plekanec & Pacioretty: Suffering Forwards Making Canadiens Suffer

The outcries have been constant and it is reflective of a perceptive, knowledgeable fan base that understands that the record is not always reflective of sustainable results and that numbers can, in fact, lie; tape, however, does not.   Somewhere between Tomas Plekanec being afraid of physical contact and throwing the puck away at any […]

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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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