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Captain Kirk’s Core Beneficiaries

Captain Kirk’s Core Beneficiaries

On Thursday evening, June 2, 2016 the Montreal Canadiens announced Kirk Muller would be joining the team as Associate Coach. The announcement was received with delight by Habs fans and pundits alike. Holy crap. Go to bed early and wake up to the news Kirk Muller has been re-hired for the #Habs. Happy Friday! — […]

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Canada wins 2016 IIHF World Championship

Canada wins 2016 IIHF World Championship

Canada defends their world title after defeating Finland 2-0 in the gold medal game at the 2016 IIHF World Championship in Russia on Sunday. This victory earns Canada its second consecutive gold medal; 26th all time, only one behind Russia and Soviet Union all-time for a combined 27 gold medals (Soviet Union – 22, Russia […]

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RECAP: 2016 IIHF World Championship – Round Robin

RECAP: 2016 IIHF World Championship – Round Robin

The 56-game round roubin of the 2016 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship came to an end on Tuesday evening in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Russia.   When you look at Group A heading into the tournament, many would reasonably think that the top spot would be a fierce competition until the end between […]

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Behind the CH – Episode 5

Behind the CH – Episode 5

After a long break, the Behind the CH podcast is back! In this episode, host Luca LaPorta with guests Sean Icon and Shane Chase discuss all things Habs. The end of the 2015-16 season for the Canadiens was one to forget. The Habs could not recover after the losses started to pile up and the door […]

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Habs Forward Situation For Next Season

Habs Forward Situation For Next Season

Aside from the Canadiens playing out their last few weeks of the forgettable 2015-2016, all eyes have been on the NHL Draft coming up and of course, next season and the lineup. Personally, I have been thinking about how the Habs will look up front next season, with many injuries, acquisitions and prospects from St. John’s […]

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10 Ways This Season Could Have Gone Worse for the Habs

10 Ways This Season Could Have Gone Worse for the Habs

In case you missed it, P.K. Subban suffered a horrifying neck injury during the Montreal Canadiens’ 3-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres at Bell Centre on Thursday night. Fortunately, it sounds as though it isn’t serious and he’s going to be alright, though he was kept out of Saturday’s game against the Minnesota Wild (which, […]

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Lars Eller staying, Desharnais being shopped

Lars Eller staying, Desharnais being shopped

(Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images) With nearly four hours remaining on deadline day, Richard Labbé of LaPresse and TSN insider Darren Dregger both confirmed that they spoke to Lars Eller’s agent Kevin Epp regarding his place in Montreal. According to reports, Marc Bergevin informed the 26 year old that he will not be moved today. #Habs L.Eller has […]

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Throwing Michel Therrien Under The Bus

Throwing Michel Therrien Under The Bus

The validity of any given point in regards to what a blithering putz Michel Therrien is loses something of its grasp in its eloquence.  The gloves have to come off now for his recent actions, behavior and responses.  The recurring theme as this season wears on is that this is no longer business but a […]

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Habs Beat Leafs – Is This A New Beginning?

Habs Beat Leafs – Is This A New Beginning?

Habs Beat Leafs – Is This A New Beginning? The Habs beat the Maple Leafs in a nail-biting game that ended in a shootout on Saturday night. Could this be the beginning of a comeback? Let’s face it – the Canadiens are in trouble. Out of a playoff spot, severely depleted in confidence and points, […]

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The New and Improved Lineup of the Montreal Canadiens

The New and Improved Lineup of the Montreal Canadiens

*Forwards rankings in stats are among forwards only and defencemen’s ranking in stats are among defencemen only *All stats are from 5 on 5 hockey (from Stats.HockeyAnalysis.com and War-on-Ice) During our current and sad time when the Habs are desperate for goals and wins, I’ve decided to dig deep into the stats and analyze our entire lineup […]

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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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