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Who Stays, Who Goes, You Decide

Who Stays, Who Goes, You Decide

Alas, another great season has come to an end. Premature yes, but it was a great season and the future looks bright for Montreal. Now the real work starts for Bergevin and CO. Marc Bergevin’s moves in his first season as the Canadiens GM earned him respect amongst many Habs fans. Now he must do […]

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Disgusted; Canadiens 2 Caps 3

Disgusted; Canadiens 2 Caps 3

Embarrassing. Totally embarrassing. The officiating tonight was downright sickening. This is professional hockey? This is a multi-billion dollar industry?? Ridiculous. If anyone knows a way to reach the NHL or NHLPA please leave a comment because something needs to be done about this.   Alright rant over. First game without Emelin and it doesn’t look […]

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Budaj Up to Task; Canadiens 4 Jets 1

Budaj Up to Task; Canadiens 4 Jets 1

The gift that is Marc Bergevin keeps on giving. Michael Ryder got 2 goals and one assist. P.K. Subban is making a strong push for the Norris trophy. Peter Budaj is now 6-1-1, giving up only one goal on 34 shots. The Canadiens were up to task even without Tomas Plekanec. Alex Galchenyuk stepped up […]

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Plekanec’s Injury Proves Costly; Flyers 5 Habs 3

Plekanec’s Injury Proves Costly; Flyers 5 Habs 3

The Montreal Canadiens came into Philadelphia looking for their 4th straight win and put some distance between themselves and the Boston Bruins in the North East Division, but the Flyers just wouldn’t have it. Credit to the Flyers who deserved the 2 points way more than the Habs did tonight. Montreal just couldn’t catch a […]

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Drive for 25

Drive for 25

EA Sports came out with a new GM connected mode for NHL13 last year, but who knew the real NHL general managers would be playing the same game. All the hype around the NHL trade deadline slated for tomorrow at 3pm ET, has turned out to be anti-climatic so far. Most of the “big ticket” […]

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Canadiens Win Streak At 3; Canadiens 4 Hurricanes 1

Canadiens Win Streak At 3; Canadiens 4 Hurricanes 1

Once again, Price ├ętait superbe. The only thing keeping him from a shutout was Emelin running into him. Jeff Halpern got his first of the year and Subban got his 17th point in 11 games, assisting on Markov’s powerplay goal. Pacioretty finally scored on a play where Peters just seemed to give up. He added […]

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Habs Silence Rangers; Habs 3 Rangers 0

Habs Silence Rangers; Habs 3 Rangers 0

The Canadiens roll on with a critical win over the Rangers. With the Bruins losing earlier today to the Flyers it was critical to come out and beat the Rangers, and that they did. Carey Price looked great in a 34 shot shutout and P.K. Subban had helpers on all three goals. Ryder got the […]

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Habs Get Blanked; Penguins 1 Habs 0

Habs Get Blanked; Penguins 1 Habs 0

Despite out playing and out shooting the Pengiuns 37-25, the Habs couldn’t get anything past Fluery and Vokoun. Marc Andre Fluery left after a collision in the second period, but Vokoun was up to task. Carey Price stopped everything except a gorgeous shot from Crosby caused by Tinordi being out of position. The Habs cause […]

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Because It’s the Cup

Because It’s the Cup

If anyone was doubting the Penguins contender status, consider them elite cup contenders now. The Pittsburgh Penguins shocked the hockey world over the last 24 hours by making two big splashes. First, Dallas Stars’ captain and pending UFA Brendan Morrow waived his no trade clause to join Sid-the-kid. Then, earlier today, Douglas Murray of the […]

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Welcome Back Jeff Halpern

Welcome Back Jeff Halpern

Earlier today the Canadiens claimed 36 year old Jeff Halpern off waivers from the New York Rangers. He will be paid 700k and is a UFA at the end of the year. Habs fans will remember Halpern from the 2010-2011 campaign when he put up 11 goals and 15 assists in 72 games for the […]

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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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