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Phillip Danault’s Outstanding Play Crucial to Habs Success

Phillip Danault’s Outstanding Play Crucial to Habs Success

Look-at-him-go, Phillip Danault! If I’m being completely honest, before the season started I had Phillip Danault penciled in as MAYBE the Habs 13th forward. Boy, was I wrong. When I made that prediction back in August, I don’t think I actually watched Danault enough to properly evaluate his talent and see what he could bring […]

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Predicting the 2016-17 NHL standings

Predicting the 2016-17 NHL standings

The NHL is back! Can you believe it? Can you believe the P.K. Subban trade was three and a half months ago? Doesn’t it feel like it was just yesterday you were arguing with someone about the trade on Twitter? What? It was yesterday? Oh. Well, what should be a very interesting season for your […]

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Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

  Marc Bergevin has been one of the most active general managers this off-season. He added a few key players that fit the style of team he’s looking for – a team that’s bigger, stronger and difficult to play against. Additions: Shea Weber, Andrew Shaw, Zach Redmond, Alexander Radulov and Al Montoya Notable Subtractions: P.K. Subban […]

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5 Things to Look Forward to in 2016-17

5 Things to Look Forward to in 2016-17

Well Habs fans, the last year or so has been an emotional roller coaster. From the 9-0-0 start to the 2015-16 NHL season to the 22nd place finish. From an Atlantic Division title to the 9th overall pick in the draft. From the loss of P.K. Subban and Lars Eller to the additions of Shea […]

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The Summer of ’16… A Habs Review

The Summer of ’16… A Habs Review

It’s August 16th, and without a Patrick Roy love letter to chew on, the hockey world is focused on Jimmy Vesey… a completely unproven left winger, fresh out of college, with several teams reportedly in pursuit. Yawn. As dry as things are right now, we can hardly accuse Marc Bergevin and the Montreal Canadiens of […]

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Taking a SHAW-t at Improving Team Identity

Taking a SHAW-t at Improving Team Identity

Therrien. Bergevin. Molson. Names as unpopular in Montreal these days as the name Bettman is perpetually across the league. Some say that Les Habitants have been mismanaged since Roy last backstopped the team to the Stanley Cup in 1993. Mere days away from having been outside of my lifetime, the Canadiens last lifted it, the […]

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Habs Ink Phillip Danault to Two-Year Contract

Habs Ink Phillip Danault to Two-Year Contract

The Montreal Canadiens have signed their final restricted free agent, Phillip Danault, to a two-year, one-way deal with an AAV of $912, 500. This is a bridge deal from GM Marc Bergevin who is known to hand them out as a “show me” signal to the player. Danault, 23, was drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks […]

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Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

Leading up to the NHL Entry Draft, Montreal Canadiens Owner, President and Chief Executive Officer Geoff Molson took to Twitter to ask fans what they were thinking as we entered the big week. He never never does that. A huge P.K. Subban storm happened, followed by Lars Eller being dealt to the Capitals and Andrew Shaw […]

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Bergevin Active At The Entry Draft: Eller Out Andrew Shaw In

Bergevin Active At The Entry Draft: Eller Out Andrew Shaw In

After so much dead air, speculation and general inactivity in tangible movement, processing everything thus far is going to be a tall task.  The foremost thoughts are that Lars Eller could rip it up with the Washington Capitals and that the payment to garner Andrew Shaw was just too high, having moved a pair of […]

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Habs, Andrighetto Agree to One-Year Contract

Habs, Andrighetto Agree to One-Year Contract

Sven Andrighetto and the Montreal Canadiens have come to terms on a one-year contract. The 23-year old Swiss winger was drafted in the 3rd round (86th overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry draft by the Habs. Andrighetto had a good showing in the American Hockey League earlier on in the 2015-16 season as he posted […]

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Montreal Canadiens: The Difference Makers

Most Hab fans will agree that the 2018-19 season was cut short; that the Canadiens played well enough through the 82-game schedule to qualify for the post-season. Though the organization didn’t reach their ultimate goal, there’s plenty of positives to take away from this edition of the Canadiens and the exclamation point came courtesy of […]

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