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Old Davey, New Davey: Canadiens Trade Desharnais, Acquire Brandon Davidson

Old Davey, New Davey: Canadiens Trade Desharnais, Acquire Brandon Davidson

What if someone told you that the price of a good, young, NHL ready defenceman is… David Desharnais? With the Edmonton Oilers backed into a corner and knowing that they could not protect him from the expansion draft, they took on the contract of someone that will not pose such a problem.  Yes, they took on […]

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Pacioretty Hat Trick Gives Habs A 5-2 Win Vs Sabres

Pacioretty Hat Trick Gives Habs A 5-2 Win Vs Sabres

Pacioretty Hat Trick Gives Habs A 5-2 Win Vs Sabres A Pacioretty hat trick gave the Habs a 5-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night in Montreal, as the Habs played another strong, dominant game on home ice. Returning from injury were Greg Pateryn (in for Jeff Petry who has the flu), David […]

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Injuries Continue to Pile Up in Montreal

Injuries Continue to Pile Up in Montreal

As many know, Alex Galchenyuk of the Montreal Canadiens left for the locker room during the western road trip in the game against the Los Angeles Kings. At the time of the last article by All About The Habs that touched on the topic, he had traveled with the team to St. Louis and would be […]

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Habs Fall Short Of A Win In St. Louis

Habs Fall Short Of A Win In St. Louis

Habs Fall Short Of A Win In St. Louis Despite a strong first two periods, the Habs gave up 2 goals and the overtime winner to the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday evening. First Period: Shots 13-12 St. Louis Goal: Paul Byron (Tomas Plekanec, Mark Barberio), 10:06 The period had barely begun when Robby Fabbri […]

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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 Recall Charles Hudon From St. John’s

Canadiens Recall Charles Hudon From St. John’s

  With an injury to Artturi Lehkonen and an illness to Alexander Radulov, the Canadiens have recalled forward Charles Hudon from the St. John’s Ice Caps in the AHL. The speedy left winger/centre is leading the AHL in goals with nine and currently sits at 4th in the league for points. Charles Hudon recalled by #canadiens […]

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Habs Lose Vs Panthers, 4-3 in OT

Habs Lose Vs Panthers, 4-3 in OT

Habs Lose Vs Panthers, 4-3 in OT Habs lost in overtime Tuesday night, as the Panthers edged them 4-3 at the Bell Centre. The game began with a shaky Canadiens team, despite Max Pacioretty opening the scoring, but picked up halfway through. Still, even though Carey Price came up with spectacular saves, the team did […]

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Why is Desharnais Disliked by Fans?

Why is Desharnais Disliked by Fans?

Last Tuesday night against Pittsburgh, David Desharnais had himself a great game. He scored twice, and received a star selection, while playing the majority of the game on the third line. A spot where he has had success in the past, and a spot where he should stay. Before I continue, I want to clarify, if […]

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Habs Dominate Home Opener Shutout

Habs Dominate Home Opener Shutout

Habs Dominate Home Opener Shutout The Habs dominated in their home opener, shutting out the current Stanley Cup Champs, the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-0 at the Bell Centre Tuesday night. After a moving opening ceremony, the team transformed emotion to intensity; and they won with a full 60-minute, high-pressure, focused game that led to their first […]

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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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Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Ask anyone across Canada over the last half a century to describe hockey, Canada and childhood.  Many answers might come back but only one would be correct to encapsulate a response that everyone could agree with: Saturday night, The Toronto Maple Leafs versus The Montreal Canadiens with Bob Cole in the broadcast booth to sing […]

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