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Di Stefano’s Beef: 10 Things I Hate About The Habs

Di Stefano’s Beef: 10 Things I Hate About The Habs

If there’s one thing Habs fans are, it’s passionate. You have never seen a memorial tribute for a hockey player until you saw the Jean Béliveau one this past year. Sellouts are a norm for the home of the Canadiens; the Bell Centre has sold out consistently since January 2004. Habs fans are everywhere, even famous people that aren’t even […]

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Habs Acquire Devante Smith-Pelly; Trade Sekac

Habs Acquire Devante Smith-Pelly; Trade Sekac

On the morning of February 24, the Montreal Canadiens announce a trade sending Jiri Sekac to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Devante Smith-Pelly. The following article will explain what the Habs gain in the acquisition of the 22-year old Smith-Pelly.. Devante Smith-Pelly was drafted in the 2nd round (42nd overall) of the 2010 NHL […]

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All-Star Game: Team Foligno

All-Star Game: Team Foligno

Here is the roster for Team Foligno for the 2015 All-Star events in Columbus: *Traded for Phil Kessel

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Strong Start for Sekac

Strong Start for Sekac

Jiri Sekac is a member of the Montreal Canadiens 2014-15 roster to keep an  eye on. No, he is not necessarily a Calder Memorial Trophy candidate for rookie of the year but many of the better players in this league do not have that piece of hardware. The Czech-born, 22-year old currently sits tied for […]

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Montreal Canadiens: The Biggest Problem

Montreal Canadiens: The Biggest Problem

Apparently, Michel Therrien hates seeing his practice on TV. I find that rather odd. Frankly, Michel seems to have forgotten what team he coaches. I was also unaware of the numerous media outlets who attend Canadiens’ practices. Silly me, and silly Michel; our minds are so little. Who are we to have no prior knowledge of […]

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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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Travis Moen: A Waste of Money or Poor Coaching?

Travis Moen: A Waste of Money or Poor Coaching?

If we were to look at the past Stanley Cup winners, we find that their 4th lines were not filled with goons, plugs, or useless hockey players. The Kings 4th liners on their past two Cup teams were guys that produced at key times in the playoffs; guys like Dwight King, Trevor Lewis, Jordan Nolan, Kyle Clifford, Jarett […]

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Game Recap: Canadiens vs. Lightning; Few Thoughts

Game Recap: Canadiens vs. Lightning; Few Thoughts

Stamkos ties entire Buffalo Sabres team in shots-on-goal for the day while adding 3 goals in a rout of the Canadiens.   Recap The most prolific goal scorer over the past 4 seasons struck in a big way on Monday as the Lightning made the Canadiens look like the 1974 Washington Capitals. Victor Hedman, Ryan […]

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Time’s Up Trapper: Moen Must Move

Time’s Up Trapper: Moen Must Move

The 32-year old bearer of #32 for the Montreal Canadiens has to see the writing on the wall and think that maybe his time with this team is coming to a close and now the seconds are just ticking down.  Why would it be a good thing to lose a guy that has been touted […]

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Opinion: Sekac Will Play with Habs on Opening Night

Opinion: Sekac Will Play with Habs on Opening Night

This is an opinion piece and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of All About The Habs and it’s entire contribution staff. All opinions are my own. * – All positions are verified by Canadiens.NHL.com (Official Montreal Canadiens website). ** – All contract information are via Capgeek.com *** – All statistical information are via Eliteprospects.com […]

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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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