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Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

With the waiver claim announcements trickling in, Mike Condon’s name came up with his new destination. He is no longer a Montreal Canadien. He’s off to Pittsburgh to join the 2015-16 Stanley Cup Champions. Go back to around this time last year, Mike Condon just beat out Dustin Tokarski for the role behind Carey Price […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Bobby Farnham Signs One-year, Two-way Deal

Montreal Canadiens: Bobby Farnham Signs One-year, Two-way Deal

The Montreal Canadiens have announced that they have signed pesky forward Bobby Farnham to a one-year, two-way contract. According to CapFriendly, Farnham’s cap hit at the NHL level comes in at $575, 000. Farnham, 27, turned pro following the end of his four-year career at Brown University where he suited up for three games each for […]

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Goaltending Not A Factor In Habs Loss

Goaltending Not A Factor In Habs Loss

Goaltending Not A Factor In Habs Loss In a game where fans and players alike hoped a win streak would begin, the Habs lost to the Penguins 3-1 on Saturday night. Had Mike Condon been the deciding factor, they would have won the game. But goaltending was the only consistent element on the ice Saturday […]

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Condon Still Strong Despite Habs Loss To Penguins

Condon Still Strong Despite Habs Loss To Penguins

Condon Still Strong Despite Habs Loss To Penguins The Habs picked up a point in a shootout loss to the Penguins Wednesday night, and Mike Condon remains strong in nets for the team. The game started off with a Pittsburgh goal 13 seconds into the first, but as it continued, the Habs clearly showed the […]

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Habs Make It Four With A Win Over Penguins

Habs Make It Four With A Win Over Penguins

In what was probably the most even match they’ve played this season, the Habs extended their winning streak to 4 games in a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The game was an exciting battle between two teams both fighting for a win – for different reasons. The Penguins have not yet won a game […]

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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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Weaver Calls it a Career

Weaver Calls it a Career

Mike Weaver, who played 48 games between March 2014 and May 2015 for the Montreal Canadiens, has announced his retirement early on Monday afternoon. The 37-year old from Brampton, Ontario, took his career to another level as a young hockey player in college playing for the Michigan State University Spartans for four seasons. Between 1996-2000 […]

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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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Who Can Montreal Meet In The Playoffs?

Who Can Montreal Meet In The Playoffs?

So, we’ve reached the final day of the regular season. Montreal currently sits at 108 points, two ahead of Tampa Bay. No matter what happens on Saturday, the lowest the Canadiens can finish is second in the Atlantic. What results from this is a variety of possible teams Montreal can play. With the Islanders beating the […]

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My Beef with Michel Therrien

My Beef with Michel Therrien

The constant complaint from Habs fans I hear is they feel Michel Therrien is a cancer to the team and is incapable of coaching this team to Cup contention. The other complaint I hear is the complete opposite and revolves around the club’s record and number of wins this season, last year’s playoff push and […]

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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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