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Habs Come Back, Win 5-4 vs Flyers

Habs Come Back, Win 5-4 vs Flyers

Habs Come Back, Win 5-4 Vs Flyers The Habs made a comeback Saturday night at the Bell Centre, winning against the Flyers in a 5-4 victory. On a night that began with emotions already high – from shaking off the previous game’s terrible loss, to inviting young cancer survivors on the ice – the Habs […]

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Radulov Lifts Habs To A Win vs Flyers

Radulov Lifts Habs To A Win vs Flyers

Alexander Radulov lifted the Habs to a 3-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers Monday night, extending the team’s win streak to 4, and giving them a 5-0-1 start to the season. The game was utterly uneventful for most of the first two periods. But it was apparent neither team was willing to sit back, and […]

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Another Habs Loss, Hopes Dim For The Season

Another Habs Loss, Hopes Dim For The Season

Another Habs Loss, Hopes Dim For The Season The Habs, back from the All-Star break, posted another loss Tuesday night, this time against the Philadelphia Flyers. This loss just continues the downward spiral all Habs fans are experiencing when it comes to hopes for a post-season run. As far as a recap – well, the […]

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Dear Habs Fans, Please Calm Down

Dear Habs Fans, Please Calm Down

‘Twas the night of December 22nd, after the Montreal Canadiens had lost 2-1 to the Minnesota Wild. I was on my computer looking at the highlights of the game and scrolling through Twitter when all of the sudden my computer, phone, and tablet started going “PING, PING, PING” relentlessly. Twitter was, and still is, going […]

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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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Daniel Briere Retires: Mr. Playoffs Rides Off Into The Sunset

Daniel Briere Retires: Mr. Playoffs Rides Off Into The Sunset

“After taking a few weeks to think about it, it’s time to hang them up and spend a little more time at home with the family.  I’ve been very, very fortunate to have a chance to play with some great organizations but at this point the family becomes a priority.” – Daniel Briere   Well […]

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Hal Gill Announces Retirement

Hal Gill Announces Retirement

After 16 seasons in the National Hockey League, former Montreal Canadiens defenseman Hal Gill announces he will hang up the skates on his pro-hockey career. In 1993, the Boston Bruins held the second last pick of the 8th-round (207th overall) in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft and selected Hal Gill who was committed to play […]

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Di Stefano’s Beef: The Edmonton Oilers

Di Stefano’s Beef: The Edmonton Oilers

Even the circus brings joy and smiles to children’s faces, but these local clowns from Oil Country couldn’t please even a newborn baby. These days, the blue and orange are tossed over the glass on a nightly basis. Boo birds have come and now spawned in Rexall Place. The situation in Edmonton right now, is uglier […]

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NHL Playoffs: Eastern Conference Predictions

NHL Playoffs: Eastern Conference Predictions

As per usual, I enjoy taking a look at each and every team and evaluating them from a completely unbiased standpoint. I enjoy researching each team’s prospects and past stats. I don’t claim to be a wizard and know everything, but these are my predictions for the Eastern Conference. Enjoy and let the disagreements begin: […]

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The Canadiens: Then vs. Now

The Canadiens: Then vs. Now

The Montreal Canadiens are often considered the most decorated team in the history of the NHL. And why wouldn’t they be? 23 Stanley Cups since the NHL started and one before the NHL even existed. Obviously in their 104 year history, the Canadiens have completed a lot. It’s common knowledge to any hockey fan. There […]

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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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