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Top 30 Prospects: #10-6

Top 30 Prospects: #10-6

Welcome back to my rankings of the Montreal Canadiens’ top 30 prospects. This is part six of seven, which will cover prospects ranked 10-6. It’s important to keep in mind that this is entirely my opinion and I am not a scout. In many cases, the difference between two prospects is minimal. The season breakdown […]

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On Michael McCarron’s 2013/14 Season

On Michael McCarron’s 2013/14 Season

This was a year of inconsistency and ultimately disappointment for Michael McCarron. McCarron was a highly divisive selection on draft day and continues to be. Although there are positives to take away from this year, McCarron undeniably disappointed. Of course, many aspects were out of McCarron’s hands. It’s clear the expectations were too high, from […]

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Disappointment for Knights, McCarron at 2014 Memorial Cup

Disappointment for Knights, McCarron at 2014 Memorial Cup

For the third straight year in a row, the London Knights came up short at the Memorial Cup. Not only did they come up short, but they were flat out embarrassed on home ice. Although Michael McCarron wasn’t good, he wasn’t particularly bad either, which, relatively speaking, is quite good. Despite the disappointment for Habs […]

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Habs represented by just McCarron at 2014 Memorial Cup

Habs represented by just McCarron at 2014 Memorial Cup

The 2014 MasterCard Memorial Cup is set to start on Friday, with the Val-d’Or Foreurs facing the host team, the London Knights. Val-d’Or and London will be joined by the Edmonton Oil Kings and the Guelph Storm, completing the four-team Memorial Cup. The Montreal Canadiens will be represented by just one player, Michael McCarron. The […]

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The Curious Case of Michael McCarron

The Curious Case of Michael McCarron

When Michael McCarron was selected 25th overall by the Canadiens in June, the fanbase was immediately divided. Some felt McCarron was a reactionary selection made following the embarrassing five game playoff series loss against the Ottawa Senators and that McCarron was a low-upside selection who had no business going in the first round of one […]

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Hudon’s Sensational In This Week’s Prospect Update (Jan. 27-Feb. 2)

Hudon’s Sensational In This Week’s Prospect Update (Jan. 27-Feb. 2)

Charles Hudon claims first star honours for the second time in the last three weeks with a five point week. Fellow 2012 pick, Tim Bozon, grabs second star honours, despite the fact that his point streak came to an end. Rounding out the three stars is recent winger turned centre, Michael McCarron, for the second […]

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Thomas’ Outstanding In This Week’s Prospect Update (Jan. 20-26)

Thomas’ Outstanding In This Week’s Prospect Update (Jan. 20-26)

Christian Thomas captures first star honours for the first time, with three points in his final two games of the week. Claiming second star honours is Brady Vail, who continued his recent surge up the OHL scoring race. Rounding out the three stars is Michael McCarron, who finally pieced together a dominant week. Sven Andrighetto […]

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CHL Trade Deadlines Pass; Playoff Push Begins For Habs Prospects

CHL Trade Deadlines Pass; Playoff Push Begins For Habs Prospects

All three Canadian Hockey League trade deadlines have passed and the playoff push is on. It was incredibly eventful in the days leading up to the trade deadlines, with many deals occurring. While only two Montreal Canadiens prospects were traded, nearly all of them saw large additions to their teams, bolstering their line ups. All […]

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Habs Ink McCarron to ELC

Habs Ink McCarron to ELC

The Canadiens announced Thursday that they have signed 2013 first round pick, Michael McCarron, to a three year entry level contract. McCarron, a 6’5″ powerforward, was a late riser up the draft rankings before eventually being selected 25th overall. McCarron finished sixth in scoring amongst USANTDP players with 34 points in 55 games. 23 of […]

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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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