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Learning on the Fly

Learning on the Fly

2017-18 Season to Date To say that the 2017-18 season has been a roller-coaster ride for the Habs would be a vast understatement. From an underwhelming off-season which saw a virtual complete overhaul of the team’s defensive corpse to the lack of scoring, this has been a disappointing season to date. The positive thing for […]

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State Of The Franchise Address: Canadiens Questionable Start

State Of The Franchise Address: Canadiens Questionable Start

My fellow observers,   It has come to the attention of many that the Canadiens 2017-18 season thus far has been a tumultuous one.  Losses, many undeserved but others earned; victories, narrow in measure and grand in doing little more than raising additional questions.  What we have here is failure to sustain a franchise’s strengths […]

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Is Victor Mete the Reason Mikhail Sergachev Was Traded?

Is Victor Mete the Reason Mikhail Sergachev Was Traded?

After trading Subban last year, not re-signing Markov, losing Emelin to Vegas (now in Nashville) and trading Beaulieu to Buffalo, it is crazy to think that Montreal would trade a future top defenseman for a French superstar and not have a backup plan on defense. Marc Bergevin has been known for making questionable trades over […]

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Drouin It Right: Canadiens Acquire Jonathan Drouin For Mikhail Sergachev

Drouin It Right: Canadiens Acquire Jonathan Drouin For Mikhail Sergachev

What if I told you that there was a young, lethally offensively skilled, Quebec born forward with a 20+ goal scoring punch just two years into his NHL career, a proven playoff performer with an edge and that the best from him is yet to come?   …Now what if I told you that he […]

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UPDATE: 2016 Draft Prospects

UPDATE: 2016 Draft Prospects

The Montreal Canadiens drafted six players at the 2016 draft in Buffalo. While they are all young with lots of room for development and improvement, the first three definitely stand out. Over halfway through the 2016-17 season, let’s take a look at how the Habs’ newest prospects are performing. Mikhail Sergachev (1st Round – 9th […]

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2017 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

2017 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

The 10th and final day of the 2017 World Juniors sees the last two games of the tournament play, and the final awards are given out. The third game of the best-of-3 relegation round was scheduled for today at the Bell Centre in Montreal, but was not played as Finland pushed Latvia to relegation with […]

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2017 World Juniors: Day Nine

2017 World Juniors: Day Nine

Day 9 of the 2017 World Juniors is a big day in the tournament with both semi-final games in action. Group A only has one team (Sweden) remaining in the tournament heading into the day, while Group B has three teams alive (United States, Canada, Russia). The first game at the Bell Centre in Montreal […]

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2017 World Juniors: Day Seven

2017 World Juniors: Day Seven

For the first and only time at the 2017 World Juniors, all ten teams participated in the same day. Day seven began with the first game of the best-of-3 relegation round between Finland and Latvia. As expected, Finland won. As unexpected, the Latvians made it a close game – only losing 2-1 (their smallest margin […]

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Midseason Top-20 Habs Prospects

Midseason Top-20 Habs Prospects

This season has been the one of defencemen for the Canadiens prospects. Mikhail Sergachev is heating up, while Noah Juulsen and Victor Mete have improved significantly. Going further down the depth chart, Brett Lernout and Simon Bourque have also shown progression. This article is a midseason update on the prospects and their progression and development. […]

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2017 World Juniors: Day Six

2017 World Juniors: Day Six

Day six of the 2017 World Juniors is the last day of the preliminary round before the playoff and relegation games. The day started in Montreal as the undefeated Swedes took on the Czech Republic – both who have clinched a spot in the quarterfinals. Sweden jumped ahead to a 3-0 lead by the first […]

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Habs Headlines (Podcast): Season 2, Episode 1

  MINAS PANAGIOTAKIS / GETTY IMAGES   HabsHeadlines is making a comeback. Patrick Tallon and Drew Hardiman recorded their first podcast together following the Habs 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks Sunday night. From covering the lineup decisions, prospects, coaching staff, Marc Bergevin, and taking questions from the mailbag, you can be assured that no […]

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