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Unleash Galchenyuk – How #27 can save the season

Unleash Galchenyuk – How #27 can save the season

Alex Galchenyuk, now 23 years old and in his sixth NHL season, has had his ups and downs during his career with the Montreal Canadiens. Galchenyuk, a promising young talent that was taken 3rd overall in the 2012 draft has consistently found himself in the coach’s doghouse throughout his career. Despite scoring 30 goals two […]

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PREVIEW: 2016 World Cup of Hockey

PREVIEW: 2016 World Cup of Hockey

The 2016 World Cup of Hockey is set to begin at 3:30pm ET on September 17th at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto as the puck will drop between the United States and Team Europe. Following the tournament’s debut match, the host Canada will take on Captain Tomas Plekanec and the Czech Republic. When? The […]

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Lines/News From Habs Practice

Lines/News From Habs Practice

                  This morning at Habs practice, the defencemen were the first on the ice. #Habs On travaille sur l'avantage numérique ce matin. Les défenseurs sont Markov, Subban, Beaulieu et Barberio. Pas de Petry — Guillaume Lefrançois (@glefrancoisLP) January 8, 2016 This morning, Andrei Markov, Nathan Beaulieu, P.K. […]

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Habs Playoff Analysis – The Advanced Stats

Habs Playoff Analysis – The Advanced Stats

As we all know, the Habs got eliminated in 6 games by the Lightning. After Montreal’s disappointing loss, it’s time to look at the playoffs as a whole. Why couldn’t they score? How did they lose? Which players performed? Who fell short? Time to find out. Note: All statistics ONLY include teams that made at least […]

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Habs Fancy Stats in February – The Monthly Review

Habs Fancy Stats in February – The Monthly Review

Overview: The Canadiens finished 9-3-2 in the month of February, capturing 20 out of the possible 26 points. The Habs beat the Leafs on both occasions this month. Unfortunately, the Habs had disappointing losses to both the Buffalo Sabres and the Edmonton Oilers. Let’s take a deeper look on how this month really went. MVP […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Four Leaders But No Captain

Montreal Canadiens: Four Leaders But No Captain

The 29th named captain in Montreal Canadiens franchise history is… nobody. At least not yet. For the second time in five years, the Montreal Canadiens will go a season without naming a captain just like the 2009-10 season between the Saku Koivu and Brian Gionta era. After the departure of four-year captain Brian Gionta to […]

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An Examination of Trevor Timmins’ Drafting

An Examination of Trevor Timmins’ Drafting

The NHL Entry Draft is just around the corner. Although the Montreal Canadiens don’t own a bevy of picks like last year, it’s still an exciting time. Trevor Timmins and the rest of the scouting staff will have just six picks in this year’s draft. Timmins, the Canadiens Director of Amateur Scouting, is considered to […]

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‘Tis the Fantasy Season: Habs to Consider

‘Tis the Fantasy Season: Habs to Consider

For the purpose of this article, we are looking at live draft fantasy leagues, which typically are ‘snake’ style. With every hockey season comes a fantasy hockey league, whether it is just for fun or some sort of prize in the end, which is usually money. Each person involved has an opportunity to show what […]

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Habs Too Predictable

Habs Too Predictable

The Montreal Canadiens have played horribly for the past couple of weeks, is it because of the loss of Alexei Emelin or just poor play, perhaps the Habs have become too predictable? Yes, the Habs have lost Emelin, and since doing so lost their only real physical defenseman which is making the defensive zone look […]

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Habs Daily Recap: April 22nd

Habs Daily Recap: April 22nd

Between birthday celebrations and not being near a computer, there was a lack of daily recaps being produced for you all. My apologies on that front, but here is what occurred on the 22nd of April: The Montreal Canadiens have submitted their nomination for the Bill Masterton Trophy, which was won last year by Max Pacioretty. […]

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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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