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Canadiens Lose Mark Barberio on Waivers

Canadiens Lose Mark Barberio on Waivers

The Colorado Avalanche have claimed defenceman Mark Barberio off of waivers. Barberio was placed on waivers on Wednesday by the Montreal Canadiens with the purpose of sending him to their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate St. John’s Ice Caps. Barberio, 26, was signed by the Canadiens on July 1, 2015 to a one-year, two-year contract and […]

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Pacioretty’s Four-Goal Night Lifts Habs To Victory Vs Avs

Pacioretty’s Four-Goal Night Lifts Habs To Victory Vs Avs

Pacioretty’s Four-Goal Night Lifts Habs To Victory Vs Avs Max Pacioretty‘s four-goal night (plus an assist) helped the Habs win 10-1 over the Avalanche Saturday night at the Bell Centre. The game was an exciting, even giddy demonstration of what happens when the entire team plays for the entire 60 minutes. That kind of dominant […]

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Zach Redmond Finds His Fit: Canadiens Sign Two Year Deal

Zach Redmond Finds His Fit: Canadiens Sign Two Year Deal

Size, depth, short term, the works.  Marc Bergevin is up to his usual old tricks of low risk/high reward and the latest in the mix is 6’2 205 pound defenceman Zach Redmond.   Redmond is fresh out of a couple season with the Colorado Avalanche and a stint with the San Antonio Rampage where he […]

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Top Five Free Agents: Who Could the Habs Acquire

Top Five Free Agents: Who Could the Habs Acquire

In less than 24 hours, the NHL draft will be underway at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo. And in a weeks’ time, free agents around the league will hit the market on the hunt for a new home. Mounting speculation over who the Montreal Canadiens will draft and whether or not they will be […]

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Tough Loss For Habs At Home, Beaten by Avalanche 6-1

Tough Loss For Habs At Home, Beaten by Avalanche 6-1

Tough Loss For Habs At Home, Beaten by Avalanche 6-1 It was a tough night for the Habs as they experienced their first regulation loss at home. The Colorado Avalanche stormed in for Saturday Night Hockey, beat the Canadiens 6-1 and handed the Habs their biggest loss this season so far. I thought about how […]

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NHL Regular Season Predictions: Western Conference

NHL Regular Season Predictions: Western Conference

Predictions, predictions… some will seem crazy to you but here we go for the Western Conference: Pacific Division: Anaheim Ducks – The Orange County quackers were only one game away from reaching the Stanley Cup final last spring, so not surprisingly I have them seeded high again this year. Anaheim did make some notable moves this offseason that they […]

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Daniel Briere Retires: Mr. Playoffs Rides Off Into The Sunset

Daniel Briere Retires: Mr. Playoffs Rides Off Into The Sunset

“After taking a few weeks to think about it, it’s time to hang them up and spend a little more time at home with the family.  I’ve been very, very fortunate to have a chance to play with some great organizations but at this point the family becomes a priority.” – Daniel Briere   Well […]

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Where Are They Now? – Patrice Brisebois

Where Are They Now? – Patrice Brisebois

With the 30th overall pick in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Montreal Canadiens selected Patrice Brisebois from the Laval Titan (QMJHL). Brisebois’ 371 points is good enough to place him 6th-all time among Habs defencemen in points, and his 896 games in the bleu, blanc et rouge places him 3rd-all time […]

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So My Wife Doesn’t Have to Hear me Babble About Hockey: Pappy

So My Wife Doesn’t Have to Hear me Babble About Hockey: Pappy

Thank you to Mike, and my other Facebook friends that currently write here that are already aware of my goofy ass. I’m a Texan, and an avid Montreal Canadiens fan, as I have been for many years. I use my computer prowess to follow the team I love, and I’m a firm stats man that […]

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Parros Calls It A Career

Parros Calls It A Career

George Parros who will be turning 35 later this month, retires as an unrestricted free agent after playing 22 games with the Montreal Canadiens during the 2013-14 season. In his season as a Hab, Parros recorded one assist and 85 penalty minutes along with a plus/minus rating of -6 and 4 shots on goal. George […]

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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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