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Playoff Performers: King Carey Price And His Guards

Playoff Performers: King Carey Price And His Guards

Smell that smell.  That seasonally familiar scent in the air is the sweet fragrance of playoff hockey in Montreal; the regal land ruled by modern day king Carey Price and his loyal subjects  patrolling the blue line.  This is the time of year that Montreal and the rest of Canadiens country sees the players practice […]

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“Carey Price Syndrome”

“Carey Price Syndrome”

Based on last night’s results against the Jets, a lot of fans are furious at Dustin Tokarski. He didn’t perform well, that is not up for debate. However, throughout this season people have been saying absolutely terrible things about the young back up, who on most nights, plays exactly as he should – like an […]

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Brandon Prust: A Leader Without a Letter

Brandon Prust: A Leader Without a Letter

Since the beginning of the infamous west coast road trip to California earlier this month, the Canadiens’ record is 5-4-3, which is hardly a good record for the top team in the league. Yet, they are winning the Presidents’ trophy race. It’s amazing what one single man with pads on his legs can do for […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Midpoint Thoughts

Montreal Canadiens: Midpoint Thoughts

As the Canadiens approach the 41 game mark, or “halfway point”, I feel it is time to evaluate the team so far. The Canadiens currently sit at 26-12-2, with 54 points, good enough for second in the Atlantic, and second in the east. I will be giving this evaluation in three parts, firstly, the offensive production of […]

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Notes From The Dog Pound: Bulldogs – Stars (Dec. 21)

Notes From The Dog Pound: Bulldogs – Stars (Dec. 21)

Here are some comments and observations from the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Texas Stars game at the Coliseum formerly know as Copps on December 21, 2014. 1  A quick look at last night’s line combos and D pairings in the warm up: Carr – Hudon – Dumont Sorkin –  Macenauer  – Thomas Bowman – Hensick – Tangradi Nevins – Dowell – Crisp Bennett – Pateryn […]

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Notes From The Dog Pound: Bulldogs – IceCaps (Dec. 19)

Notes From The Dog Pound: Bulldogs – IceCaps (Dec. 19)

Here are some comments and observations from the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. St. John’s Icecap game at the Coliseum formerly know as Copps on December 19, 2014. 1  A quick look at last night’s line combos and D pairings in the warm up: Bowman – Hudon – Thomas Sorkin – Carr – Macenauer Tangradi – Dumont – Hensick Nevins – Dowell – Crisp Bennett – Pateryn Tinordi – Drewiske […]

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Player Profile: Peter Budaj

Player Profile: Peter Budaj

  Peter Budaj has been the backup goalie in Montreal for 3 seasons now, and he has been solid, reliable and a leader for each one. Since his arrival on July 1st 2011, Budaj has done all that can be asked out of a back-up. In a Montreal uniform he has a very respectable 23-16-9 […]

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Top 30 Prospects: #15-11

Top 30 Prospects: #15-11

Welcome back to my rankings of the Montreal Canadiens’ top 30 prospects. This is part five of seven, which will cover prospects ranked 15-11. It’s important to keep in mind that this is entirely my opinion and I am not a scout. In many cases, the difference between two prospects is minimal. The season breakdown […]

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Dustin Tokarski Signs Two-Year Extension

Dustin Tokarski Signs Two-Year Extension

It was announced this morning that the Montreal Canadiens have signed goaltender Dustin Tokarski to a two-year contract extension. Tokarski was set to become a RFA at the end of the season. The first year of the contract is a two-way deal and the second is a one-way NHL contract. In 40 appearances this year, […]

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Fucale’s Fantastic In This Week’s Prospect Update (Mar. 31 – Apr. 6)

Fucale’s Fantastic In This Week’s Prospect Update (Mar. 31 – Apr. 6)

Zach Fucale claims first star honours with a strong start to round two, extending his unbeaten streak to 18 games. Another goaltender, Dustin Tokarski, takes second star honours with two impressive performances against Grand Rapids. Rounding out the three stars is Sven Andrighetto, who had three points in three games. Connor Crisp and Brady Vail […]

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Carey Price Deserves Better Than the Montreal Canadiens

It is needless to say that Carey Price is on a team that simply does not capitalize on his abilities. The Habs are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the third straight year. And while the injuries and bad calls are valid excuses for their current losing streak, there are plenty of errors […]

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