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Habs Trade Nathan Beaulieu

Habs Trade Nathan Beaulieu

The Canadiens acquire BUF’s 3rd-round pick (68) in 2017 , in return for N. Beaulieu. — Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) June 17, 2017 The Montreal Canadiens announce a trade involving Nathan Beaulieu just over an hour before the 3:00pm ET league-wide trade freeze (excluding Vegas). The Habs have traded Beaulieu within the Atlantic Division to the […]

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Radulov, Galchenyuk Highlight Free Agents

Radulov, Galchenyuk Highlight Free Agents

With the 2016-17 Montreal Canadiens campaign coming to a finish, it is time to look ahead at the off-season. The 2017 NHL Entry Draft at the United Center in Chicago will come first. Following that will come the beginning of Free Agency on July 1st. Unrestricted Free Agents (UFA) The Montreal Canadiens organization will have […]

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Game Four Recap: Rangers 2 Canadiens 1

Game Four Recap: Rangers 2 Canadiens 1

The Canadiens were up 2-1 in the series heading into Broadway for game four of their best of seven series. Coming off of a dominant 3-1 victory on Sunday, people were curious to see if they could carry that type of play into game four.  The first period turned out as expected. The Rangers were playing […]

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Defensive Depth: Who’s In The Top-6 Going Into Game One?

Defensive Depth: Who’s In The Top-6 Going Into Game One?

After a busy trade deadline of adding stability at the back-end, we now get to see if that depth will pay dividends for the Montreal Canadiens. Looking at the depth chart, the Habs have, in my opinion, 9 NHL-calibre defencemen that can be of use. The likes of the lineup locks; Shea Weber, Andrei Markov, […]

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Alexei Emelin: A Negative Difference Maker

Alexei Emelin: A Negative Difference Maker

When we look at “difference makers” on the ice, we often look for those who can be a game changer when their team needs it the most. This could be a shutdown center shutting down the opposing goal scorer, a goal scorer scoring at the right moment, or a goalie making that one extra save […]

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Wake Up, Shake Up: Habs Must Smell The Coffee

Wake Up, Shake Up: Habs Must Smell The Coffee

There is a firestorm growing across Montreal.  Everything is tightening up and so too is the pressure cooker when God knows with how the season started and how the team was supposed to look at this point, it never should have come about.  Alas, here we stand and the reality of the scenario that the […]

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Max Pacioretty Scores Twice In OT Win Vs. Stars

Max Pacioretty Scores Twice In OT Win Vs. Stars

Max Pacioretty Scores Twice In OT Win Vs. Stars Max Pacioretty scored twice, including the overtime winner, as the Habs beat the Dallas Stars 4-3 Wednesday night in Dallas. The game started with an opening goal by Nathan Beaulieu, at the halfway point of the first period, when Phillip Danault‘s pass found his stick as […]

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Price Of The Web: How Will Carey Price And Shea Weber Play Together?

Price Of The Web: How Will Carey Price And Shea Weber Play Together?

The wait is over.  The regular season debut of a new superstar tandem is upon us.  Carey Price is set to return and now, finally, comes an examination of just how they will function together.  It’s not often that a blockbuster move can be made and a team is given an idea of what will happen for […]

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Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

  Marc Bergevin has been one of the most active general managers this off-season. He added a few key players that fit the style of team he’s looking for – a team that’s bigger, stronger and difficult to play against. Additions: Shea Weber, Andrew Shaw, Zach Redmond, Alexander Radulov and Al Montoya Notable Subtractions: P.K. Subban […]

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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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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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