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Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

With the waiver claim announcements trickling in, Mike Condon’s name came up with his new destination. He is no longer a Montreal Canadien. He’s off to Pittsburgh to join the 2015-16 Stanley Cup Champions. Go back to around this time last year, Mike Condon just beat out Dustin Tokarski for the role behind Carey Price […]

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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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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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Habs End Season On A High Note

Habs End Season On A High Note

Habs End Season On A High Note The Habs’ 2015-16 season came to an end Saturday night, and the team finished on a high note. Well, as high a note as was possible, given their epic collapse following a historic first two months. But facing Tampa Bay – a team that had eliminated them last […]

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AATH Mailbag: Condon, Brown, Upcoming Offseason and Bergevin

AATH Mailbag: Condon, Brown, Upcoming Offseason and Bergevin

Welcome back to this week’s edition of the All About The Habs Mailbag. We will be taking questions from fans on Facebook and Twitter each week and answering them to the best of our knowledge. Keep an eye on our pages for when the post to send your questions in, you just might get featured! […]

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Why Tanking is Best for Habs

Why Tanking is Best for Habs

The 2015-16 season for the Montreal Canadiens started off so well. They kicked off with a 9-0-0 franchise record start, and almost tied the league record of 10-0-0. They beat down last year’s narrative that the Canadiens were not much of a team without freakishly good goaltender Carey Price while scoring over 3 goals per game. […]

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Goaltending Not A Factor In Habs Loss

Goaltending Not A Factor In Habs Loss

Goaltending Not A Factor In Habs Loss In a game where fans and players alike hoped a win streak would begin, the Habs lost to the Penguins 3-1 on Saturday night. Had Mike Condon been the deciding factor, they would have won the game. But goaltending was the only consistent element on the ice Saturday […]

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Habs Send Tokarski to Ducks; Acquire Friberg

Habs Send Tokarski to Ducks; Acquire Friberg

The Canadiens announced that they have dealt goaltender Dustin Tokarski to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for winger Max Friberg. It’s not quite the deal fans were asking for, especially after what went down yesterday with the Flyers/Kings as well as the Blue Jackets/Predators, but it indicates that Marc Bergevin is working the phones. With […]

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Habs Homecoming Results In A Win Vs Devils

Habs Homecoming Results In A Win Vs Devils

Habs Homecoming Results In A Win Vs Devils After a dismal game on Tuesday night, beaten by the Philadelphia Flyers, the Habs had only 24 hours till they hit the ice again, this time at home. Many wondered, after Tuesday’s defeat, how they would be received at home; after all, Habs fans are not shy about […]

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Carey Price Deserves Better Than the Montreal Canadiens

It is needless to say that Carey Price is on a team that simply does not capitalize on his abilities. The Habs are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the third straight year. And while the injuries and bad calls are valid excuses for their current losing streak, there are plenty of errors […]

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