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Farewell Michel, Bonjour Boucher

Farewell Michel, Bonjour Boucher

After Randy Cunneyworth was practically run out of Montreal since he didn’t speak French, Marc Bergevin found himself in a position to hire a new head coach. The available coaches who spoke French at the time were quite slim. The three popular names who were thrown out there were Bob Hartley, who was available at the time, […]

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Lines/News From Habs Practice

Lines/News From Habs Practice

                  This morning at Habs practice, the defencemen were the first on the ice. #Habs On travaille sur l'avantage numérique ce matin. Les défenseurs sont Markov, Subban, Beaulieu et Barberio. Pas de Petry — Guillaume Lefrançois (@glefrancoisLP) January 8, 2016 This morning, Andrei Markov, Nathan Beaulieu, P.K. […]

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Dale Weise Injured, Andrighetto Called up

Dale Weise Injured, Andrighetto Called up

Right winger Dale Weise will miss the next two-to-three weeks with an upper-body injury he suffered vs the Boston Bruins at the Winter Classic. Roughly three minutes into the second period, Weise received a cross check from Bostons’ Kevin Miller. Shortly after, he was hit in the arm from a point shot. Dale Weise is […]

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Marc Bergevin’s Dilemma: Next Move?

Marc Bergevin’s Dilemma: Next Move?

With the currently slumping Habs and incredibly tight Atlantic division, the Canadiens are in some trouble halfway through the season. It’s no secret that the players, coaching staff, management and especially the fans are frustrated, as it seems that every game we see on the schedule, we are automatically thinking we have no chance. This […]

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McCarron Set to Make Debut vs. Stars

McCarron Set to Make Debut vs. Stars

After being officially called up from the St. John’s IceCaps of the American Hockey League following the game against the Los Angeles Kings, Michael McCarron will make his National Hockey League debut on Saturday night in Texas against the Dallas Stars. Michael McCarron Position: Centre/Right Wing Age: 20 Height: 6’6″ Weight: 238 Birthplace: Grosse Pointe, […]

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Sven Andrighetto: A Stabilizing Presence

Sven Andrighetto: A Stabilizing Presence

With Alexander Semin and Torrey Mitchell injured, Sven Andrighetto was recalled from AHL’s St John’s IceCaps. He has been playing on Alex Galchenyuk’s wing and is making a name for himself. Below I have looked at different scenarios as to why Lars Eller and Galchenyuk struggled earlier on this season and how the addition of Andrighetto has […]

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Mobilizing Alex Semin

Mobilizing Alex Semin

Photo: Minas Panagiotakis / Getty Images   Today we learned that Alexander Semin won’t play in the Friday night tilt against the Calgary Flames, and will sit in the press box as a healthy scratch for the second straight game. Absolutely no one is surprised. It was a matter of time before Semin found his […]

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Habs Dominating Both Ends of the Ice

Habs Dominating Both Ends of the Ice

Six games in, the Montreal Canadiens are about 7.3% of the way through their regular season schedule. While still early in the season, this roster that which is similar to last year’s with a few additions are showing that they are ready to be Canada’s strongest team again and a cup contender. Again, it is […]

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Montreal Canadiens: de la Rose Ready for NHL

Montreal Canadiens: de la Rose Ready for NHL

It was announced last week on October 6th that rookie Jacob de la Rose had been-assigned to St. John’s. This move occurred shortly after the Canadiens claimed speedy Calgary Flames’ 4th liner Paul Byron off waivers. This move doesn’t sit well with me and below you will find out why. Last season, when centre Lars […]

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Wednesday Ramblings: EGS Line, Gilbert, and Flash

Wednesday Ramblings: EGS Line, Gilbert, and Flash

Every Wednesday we’ll look at semi-established themes over the past week, developing ones, and any other plots or irregularities that jump out.   The Habs have started the 2015-16 regular season with a Subbang. They’ve ruined three separate home openers, defeated Bergeron’s Bruins, and provided us with giddiness. 4-0-0, that’s neat, Montreal. Allergic To 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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