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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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Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets

Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets

Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets A big win for the Habs, with a 7-4 victory in Winnipeg Wednesday night. With Phillip Danault and Artturi Lehkonen each scoring two goals, Sven Andrighetto getting his first of the season, and Tomas Plekanec getting his second in two games, it was a good night for individual […]

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Artturi Lehkonen Scoring at an Impressive Rate

Artturi Lehkonen Scoring at an Impressive Rate

To date, Artturi Lehkonen has 7 goals and 2 assists for 9 points in 28 games in his rookie season in the National Hockey League. At the surface, these numbers do not look too desirable but with some context there is much reason to be excited for the young Finland-born prospect. Let us get one […]

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Habs Lose 4-3 In A Shootout vs Sens

Habs Lose 4-3 In A Shootout vs Sens

Habs Lose 4-3 In A Shootout vs Sens The Habs lost in a shootout vs the Senators, Saturday night, despite battling back from a 2-0 deficit to grab the lead late in the 3rd period. It was an exciting recovery, but when all was said and done, they lost in a disappointing shootout as the […]

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Lehkonen, Sergachev to begin 2016-17 in Montreal

Lehkonen, Sergachev to begin 2016-17 in Montreal

According to reports out of Montreal, star prospects Artturi Lehkonen and Mikhail Sergachev will begin the 2016-17 season in a Montreal Canadiens jersey. Projected to line-up at the second line left wing spot, Lehkonen has continued to impress across the board and go beyond what is expected. In 2015-16, the then-20 year old spent a […]

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Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

  Marc Bergevin has been one of the most active general managers this off-season. He added a few key players that fit the style of team he’s looking for – a team that’s bigger, stronger and difficult to play against. Additions: Shea Weber, Andrew Shaw, Zach Redmond, Alexander Radulov and Al Montoya Notable Subtractions: P.K. Subban […]

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Media Review – Three Balanced Offensive Lines

Media Review – Three Balanced Offensive Lines

How will Michel Therrien line up his shiny new forward group? Background Info Marc Bergevin had a busy summer, with several potential roster impacts for the forward group. On May 8th the Habs signed Artturi Lehkonen to a three-year deal, and his Frolunda coach does not expect to see him again, believing he will start […]

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5 Things to Look Forward to in 2016-17

5 Things to Look Forward to in 2016-17

Well Habs fans, the last year or so has been an emotional roller coaster. From the 9-0-0 start to the 2015-16 NHL season to the 22nd place finish. From an Atlantic Division title to the 9th overall pick in the draft. From the loss of P.K. Subban and Lars Eller to the additions of Shea […]

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2016 Top 30 Habs Prospects: #5-#1

2016 Top 30 Habs Prospects: #5-#1

Welcome back to the top five of Mitch Brown’s top 30 Montreal Canadiens prospects! This is the second last segment in this year’s series. The top five begins with one of the AHL’s top goalscorers this season. Sliding in at number four is the one of the most intriguing prospects in the NHL, followed by […]

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Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

Leading up to the NHL Entry Draft, Montreal Canadiens Owner, President and Chief Executive Officer Geoff Molson took to Twitter to ask fans what they were thinking as we entered the big week. He never never does that. A huge P.K. Subban storm happened, followed by Lars Eller being dealt to the Capitals and Andrew Shaw […]

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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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