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Dealing Back For Dale: Weise Returns To Montreal

Dealing Back For Dale: Weise Returns To Montreal

Questions for this team began to circle with the season getting on towards the homestretch; ironically, one of the bigger questions was “who can this team acquire to upgrade the 4th line?” all after Marc Bergevin had been much maligned and verbally taken to the cleaners for almost exclusively acquiring 4th line forwards in seasons […]

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Habs Rapid Fire: The First 51

Habs Rapid Fire: The First 51

Ah, the bye week… a time for a little bit of reflection, a little bit more contemplation, perhaps bit of catching up on the neglected or postponed facets of one’s life and perhaps just a dash of “what the hell am I going to do with myself until February?!”   With the first 51 games […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Best 10 Trades Since 1993

Montreal Canadiens: Best 10 Trades Since 1993

It’s been over a quarter of a century since the Canadiens have last hoisted the Stanley Cup; by far the longest dry spell in franchise history. Several different factors come into play when assembling a winning team. Obviously most would place drafting at the top of that list, and rightfully so but finding the right […]

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Game One Recap: Rangers 2 – Canadiens 0

Game One Recap: Rangers 2 – Canadiens 0

The New York Rangers are facing the Montreal Canadiens in a playoff series for the 16th time in franchise history. New York has won eight of 15 all-time playoff series against the Canadiens.  The Canadiens swept the 2016-2017 season series versus the Rangers going 3-0. How did they match up in game one? I think […]

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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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Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game

Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game

Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game The Habs edged the Rangers in an entertaining, emotional game filled with excitement and controversy, Saturday night at the Bell Centre. Andrew Shaw and Alex Galchenyuk returned to the line-up, after being sidelined with injuries. Shaw played only the first period, due to a penalty and game misconduct […]

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Phillip Danault’s Outstanding Play Crucial to Habs Success

Phillip Danault’s Outstanding Play Crucial to Habs Success

Look-at-him-go, Phillip Danault! If I’m being completely honest, before the season started I had Phillip Danault penciled in as MAYBE the Habs 13th forward. Boy, was I wrong. When I made that prediction back in August, I don’t think I actually watched Danault enough to properly evaluate his talent and see what he could bring […]

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Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets

Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets

Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets A big win for the Habs, with a 7-4 victory in Winnipeg Wednesday night. With Phillip Danault and Artturi Lehkonen each scoring two goals, Sven Andrighetto getting his first of the season, and Tomas Plekanec getting his second in two games, it was a good night for individual […]

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Brendan Gallagher Scores As Habs Win In OT Vs Panthers

Brendan Gallagher Scores As Habs Win In OT Vs Panthers

Brendan Gallagher Scores As Habs Win In OT Vs Panthers Brendan Gallagher scored late in the 3rd period to force overtime in Florida Thursday evening, while Phillip Danault‘s OT winner gave the Habs the victory. In a game that had too many penalties taken, not enough offense generated, solid goaltending on both ends, and a […]

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Carey Price Makes NHL History, Shuts Out Detroit 5-0

Carey Price Makes NHL History, Shuts Out Detroit 5-0

Carey Price Makes History, Shuts Out Detroit 5-0 Carey Price made history as he shut out the Red Wings Saturday night, in a 5-0 victory, his 10th win of the season. He is the first goaltender in NHL history to win each of his first 10 games in a season, and this comes as the […]

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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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