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Fueling The Fire Therrien: Nothing Changes Something Has To

Fueling The Fire Therrien: Nothing Changes Something Has To

“I have a great idea: scratch the kid that at least deserves a look at playing top pair, has been awesome alongside Petry and continue to play Alexei Emelin even though he has cost this team game after game with purely inexplicable stupidity.” – No one ever.   Wait, one man did…   Okay, it […]

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Habs Marc Bergevin Extended To 2021-22

Habs Marc Bergevin Extended To 2021-22

The Habs have announced a contract extension with General Manager, Marc Bergevin, which will keep him in Montreal until the 2021-22 season. Bergevin signed with the team in 2012, but has quickly become an integral – almost indispensable – part of the organization. From the day he arrived in Montreal, Bergevin has made solid decisions for […]

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Carey Price Returns With A Win Vs Islanders

Carey Price Returns With A Win Vs Islanders

Carey Price Returns With A Win Vs. Islanders Goalies: Carey Price (W): 31-34 Jaroslav Halak: 8-11; Thomas Greiss: 15-16 Carey Price‘s return to the ice resulted in a 5-3 win against the New York Islanders on Friday night, as the Habs visited Brooklyn. The game began with the Canadiens’ first goal, and ended with an […]

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Wednesday Ramblings: Plekanec, the PK and Desharnais

Wednesday Ramblings: Plekanec, the PK and Desharnais

Every Wednesday we’ll look at semi-established themes over the past week, developing ones, and any other plots or irregularities that jump out. Another week, another undefeated record. The Canadiens have strung together three straight victories since last week’s ramble to bring their record to an astounding 7-0-0. It was neat last week, but I believe […]

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Habs Make It Four With A Win Over Penguins

Habs Make It Four With A Win Over Penguins

In what was probably the most even match they’ve played this season, the Habs extended their winning streak to 4 games in a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The game was an exciting battle between two teams both fighting for a win – for different reasons. The Penguins have not yet won a game […]

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Habs: Free Agency 2015

Habs: Free Agency 2015

Since the off-season began, there are seven new members of the Montreal Canadiens organization that was not under contract with the team last year, and five that were re-signed to contracts. In that same time frame, there are ten players who will not be returning to the Habs next year and three restricted free agents […]

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Deals & Dumps: Canadiens May Move Players Out

Deals & Dumps: Canadiens May Move Players Out

Few times of year on the hockey calendar are as exciting or speculation worthy as that of the early days of summertime.  The excitement continues to build in Montreal with young superstar Alex Galchenyuk about to enter contract negotiations with a new agent while Marc Bergevin looks to consider who might be on the way […]

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Canadiens Lock Up Jeff Petry for 6 Years

Canadiens Lock Up Jeff Petry for 6 Years

The Montreal Canadiens announced today that they have re-signed pending unrestricted free agent, Jeff Petry, to a 6-year deal worth $33 million total. His AAV is set to be $5.5 million and it includes a partial no-trade clause. At Marc Bergevin’s press conference after Montreal was eliminated, he indicated that signing Petry was a priority […]

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Media Day: Quotes from the Habs

Media Day: Quotes from the Habs

Today was clean out day at the Bell Centre and the media in Montreal gathered to receive some final words from the Montreal Canadiens’ players before they head home for the summer. All About The Habs has organized several quotes from this morning. All quotes in this article are credited to: – Chantal (Twitter: @habsgirl4life) […]

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Playoff Performers: New Names

Playoff Performers: New Names

There are seldom greater wild cards in any team’s chances for playoff success than the new additions to their playoff squad be it by a trade, free agent signing or an emerging prospect over the course of the past year.  There will be no shortage of exactly those for the Montreal Canadiens as this look […]

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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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