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July 1 signings around the Atlantic Division

July 1 signings around the Atlantic Division

On Canada Day, as is the case every year, the National Hockey League’s free agent period re-opened and free agent frenzy was a crazy one. Led by the Toronto Maple Leafs winning the John Tavares sweepstakes and the Montreal Canadiens bringing back Tomas Plekanec who is at 998 career games, many teams added pieces for […]

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Habs First Home Regulation Loss Comes Vs Sens

Habs First Home Regulation Loss Comes Vs Sens

Habs First Home Regulation Loss Comes Vs Sens The Habs’ first home regulation loss came at the hands of the Ottawa Senators Tuesday night at the Bell Centre, when they lost 4-3. After a slow start, the Habs had 11 power plays, scoring on 3 of them. Ottawa managed to rally in the third to […]

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Habs Are Back In The Win Column At Last

Habs Are Back In The Win Column At Last

Habs Are Back In The Win Column At Last After what seemed like the longest 4 games in Habs history – or at least this season – the team came back on Saturday night, to win in a decisive 3-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators. The Canadiens showed tremendous fortitude, especially through the first 2 […]

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Habs Loss First At Home

Habs Loss First At Home

The Habs loss to the Senators on Tuesday night is their first at home, their first overtime, and Mike Condon‘s first loss in regular season. The Ottawa Senators played a strong game against the on-point Canadiens, scoring first, in the second period. The Habs tied the game just 3 minutes later, and the scoreboard stayed […]

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Condon Steals The Show, Habs Beat Ottawa 3-1

Condon Steals The Show, Habs Beat Ottawa 3-1

Newly promoted back-up goalie, Mike Condon, with his first NHL start, stole the show and kept the Habs in the lead as they downed Ottawa 3-1 Sunday night. Once again, the Canadiens are at a 3-0 start to a new season, and showing a dominance on the ice that has re-energized the fan base like […]

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NHL Regular Season Predictions: Eastern Conference

NHL Regular Season Predictions: Eastern Conference

Predictions, predictions… some will seem crazy to you but here we go for the Eastern Conference: Metropolitan: Washington Captials – I’m not sure there is an adjective in the English language to describe how lethal this offense truly is. If the thought of TJ Oshie on a line with Alex Ovechkin doesn’t make you giddy, […]

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Bye Bye Frankie Boo: Francis Bouillon Retires

Bye Bye Frankie Boo: Francis Bouillon Retires

Sure, in his last season or so with the Canadiens he was the guy that would get dressed over a kid like Nathan Beaulieu but memories beyond that of a goldfish will hold his name as it was meant to be.  Besides, when he did produce, it was as memorable as could be.   Memorable… […]

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Subban, Karlsson, Doughty Nominated for Norris

Subban, Karlsson, Doughty Nominated for Norris

According to the NHL.com article on the matter, P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens has been nominated as one of three finalists for the 2014-15 James Norris Memorial Trophy along with Drew Doughty of the Los Angeles Kings and Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators. The National Hockey League defines the Norris trophy winner as […]

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Why They Won: How The Montreal Canadiens Ended The Sen-derella Story

Why They Won: How The Montreal Canadiens Ended The Sen-derella Story

It may have gone on longer than it needed to, it may have been a little too tense for a series against a wild card team and it may have seen tremendous highs and lows from various players.  The first round of the 2015 playoffs is in the books, though and the Montreal Canadiens came […]

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Not A Habby Camper: Canadiens Should Have Won By Now

Not A Habby Camper: Canadiens Should Have Won By Now

There is no shortage of parties at blame for this series going on longer than it should have.  The truth is, this Senators team is not as competitive as last year’s Tampa Bay team.  The difference here is that the Canadiens showcased zero hunger in game four and there was little more in game five. […]

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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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