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Habs, Andrighetto Agree to One-Year Contract

Habs, Andrighetto Agree to One-Year Contract

Sven Andrighetto and the Montreal Canadiens have come to terms on a one-year contract. The 23-year old Swiss winger was drafted in the 3rd round (86th overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry draft by the Habs. Andrighetto had a good showing in the American Hockey League earlier on in the 2015-16 season as he posted […]

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Montreal Canadiens Need Top-Bottom Mentality for Future

Montreal Canadiens Need Top-Bottom Mentality for Future

While trade rumours about Steven Stamkos have been put to rest for the remainder of the season, some sports analysts have casually raised the possibility of the star centre/RW dawning the sweater of the bleu, blanc et rouge. Now, I know it’s relatively old “speculation” but I couldn’t help but let my mind wonder for […]

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Hail Lord Byron: Paul Puts Pen To Paper For Three Years

Hail Lord Byron: Paul Puts Pen To Paper For Three Years

Paul Byron is certainly quick to spring into action be it for the sake of the forecheck or for a shorthanded breakaway goal.  The Montreal Canadiens have been fortunate in coming up with relatively diminutive players that engage in the game in a manner much larger than their stature would usually allow; from Brendan Gallagher […]

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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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McCarron Set to Make Debut vs. Stars

McCarron Set to Make Debut vs. Stars

After being officially called up from the St. John’s IceCaps of the American Hockey League following the game against the Los Angeles Kings, Michael McCarron will make his National Hockey League debut on Saturday night in Texas against the Dallas Stars. Michael McCarron Position: Centre/Right Wing Age: 20 Height: 6’6″ Weight: 238 Birthplace: Grosse Pointe, […]

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Sven Andrighetto: A Stabilizing Presence

Sven Andrighetto: A Stabilizing Presence

With Alexander Semin and Torrey Mitchell injured, Sven Andrighetto was recalled from AHL’s St John’s IceCaps. He has been playing on Alex Galchenyuk’s wing and is making a name for himself. Below I have looked at different scenarios as to why Lars Eller and Galchenyuk struggled earlier on this season and how the addition of Andrighetto has […]

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Habs Depth Signings Propelling Team Forward

Habs Depth Signings Propelling Team Forward

Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin has cultivated a reputation of acquiring/signing players who aren’t considered to be anything special, yet still receiving great effort and production from these players. We all know about one of the earliest deals that he pulled off and has been a great player for the Habs, Raphael Diaz for Dale […]

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Beaulieu, Byron, DSP Pick Up First Goals

Beaulieu, Byron, DSP Pick Up First Goals

On Friday night, the Montreal Canadiens 6-2 victory in Alberta over the Calgary Flames was deservedly highlighted by a hat trick from Dale Weise and back-up goaltender Mike Condon earning his third win in as many starts in his career. Among those six goals, Nathan Beaulieu, Devante Smith-Pelly, and Paul Byron all netted their first […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Press Box Pressures

Montreal Canadiens: Press Box Pressures

The Montreal Canadiens Press Box is currently occupied by three recurring occupants. When the roster was set prior to Game 1, Marc Bergevin clarified his commitment to two young defencemen who were anticipated to be lost to waiver pick up if they did not make the team. With that decision, Jarred Tinordi and Greg Pateryn became […]

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Montreal Canadiens: de la Rose Ready for NHL

Montreal Canadiens: de la Rose Ready for NHL

It was announced last week on October 6th that rookie Jacob de la Rose had been-assigned to St. John’s. This move occurred shortly after the Canadiens claimed speedy Calgary Flames’ 4th liner Paul Byron off waivers. This move doesn’t sit well with me and below you will find out why. Last season, when centre Lars […]

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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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