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Extension Achieved: Mark Barberio Signs for Two Years

Extension Achieved: Mark Barberio Signs for Two Years

The Montreal Canadiens have announced the extension of blue liner Mark Barberio to a two-year, one-way contract. His cap hit is set at $750, 000 (earning $800k in year one, $700k in year two) which is a fantastic deal for Montreal and comes in at great value. Barberio was signed as free agent heading into the […]

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Habs Thoughts from the Peanut Gallery

Habs Thoughts from the Peanut Gallery

It’s the end of the week. The Montreal Canadiens just played the Buffalo Sabres last night in what I had hoped would have turned out to be their 4th win in a row. Two of my colleagues, Tyler Shea and Lissa Albert, have provided thoughtful accounts of what the Habs should do from now until the […]

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Morgan Ellis: From the ECHL to AHL All-Star

Morgan Ellis: From the ECHL to AHL All-Star

Often times when a player takes a significant step in their development a physical tool becomes noticeably better. Improved skating allows a player to stay consistently engaged or provides them with an extra tool to their offensive toolkit; or an improved shot allows them to find the net more often. Other times, a boost of […]

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Marc Bergevin and the “John Scott Problem”

Marc Bergevin and the “John Scott Problem”

The 2015-2016 Montreal Canadiens is one for the history books. They began the season by springing forth to a franchise best 9-0-0 start only to come crashing down in dramatic fashion. During one particularly agonizing stretch of hockey, the Habs would go on to lose 16 out of 20 games for the first time since […]

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Bergevin’s Deviants and Foxholes

Bergevin’s Deviants and Foxholes

47 games into the season, with a whopping 50 points and rocking a 5-game losing streak, is there any member of the Habs that is drawing more attention than General Manager Marc Bergevin? Bergevin has enjoyed a lengthy honeymoon as the top executive of the Montreal Canadiens. A charismatic figure, fans have come to enjoy […]

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Open Letter to Geoff Molson

Open Letter to Geoff Molson

Dear Mr. owner of the Canadiens sir, perhaps you remember me? I wrote to you once before, at another time of utter disgust with your team. It was 23 months ago when I wrote that letter to you, and I’m almost tempted to resend it to you, but since it’s a new season with new problems, […]

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Disaster Deal: Jarred Tinordi Sold Short, John Scott Screwed

Disaster Deal: Jarred Tinordi Sold Short, John Scott Screwed

When the word breaks that a young stud defenceman was dealt for a guy that was set to partake in this year’s All-Star Game, both teams get excited for contrasting reasons… on paper.  This situation, though, is far from paper.  This is a sham and a shame.  Excitement is replaced with frustration, joy with fury […]

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Habs Trade Tinordi to Arizona

Habs Trade Tinordi to Arizona

The Montreal Canadiens have a trade on Friday afternoon, which sent former first round draft pick Jarred Tinordi and minor league player Stefan Fournier to the Arizona Coyotes as part of a three-team trade involving the Nashville Predators. It has been a weird trade sequence. Initially when the news broke, the Arizona Coyotes had traded […]

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Could Jonathan Drouin Land in Montreal?

Could Jonathan Drouin Land in Montreal?

About halfway through the 1st frame of the Canadiens vs Devils game, CTV’s Brian Wilde caused fans to go into a panic with this tweet: BREAKING: HABS CH I can confirm from a strong source the Habs are aggressively pursuing Drouin. — BrianWilde (@BWildeCTV) January 7, 2016 Following Wilde’s Drouin bomb, Eric Engels of Sportsnet said this: […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Press Box Pressures

Montreal Canadiens: Press Box Pressures

The Montreal Canadiens Press Box is currently occupied by three recurring occupants. When the roster was set prior to Game 1, Marc Bergevin clarified his commitment to two young defencemen who were anticipated to be lost to waiver pick up if they did not make the team. With that decision, Jarred Tinordi and Greg Pateryn became […]

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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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