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Paying The Price: Carey Price Remains With Canadiens Following 8 Year Extension

Paying The Price: Carey Price Remains With Canadiens Following 8 Year Extension

“There’s no better place to play hockey.  I’d be proud to wear a Canadiens jersey until the end of my career.” – Carey Price, hot off signing a hefty contract extension.     That is not a gust of wind going through the city of Montreal today… it is merely the collective sigh of Canadiens fans […]

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5 Things to Look Forward to in 2016-17

5 Things to Look Forward to in 2016-17

Well Habs fans, the last year or so has been an emotional roller coaster. From the 9-0-0 start to the 2015-16 NHL season to the 22nd place finish. From an Atlantic Division title to the 9th overall pick in the draft. From the loss of P.K. Subban and Lars Eller to the additions of Shea […]

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2016 NHL Awards – Winners and Finalists

2016 NHL Awards – Winners and Finalists

The 2016 NHL Awards have now concluded, with several players taking home prestigious pieces of individual hardware. P.K. Subban was the lone Hab that was nominated for an award. Specifically, Subban was up for the NHL Foundation Player award. He would finish as a finalist along with Matt Martin as Mark Giordano took home the […]

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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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AATH Mailbag: Emelin, Gallagher, Weise, Prospects and Therrien

AATH Mailbag: Emelin, Gallagher, Weise, Prospects and Therrien

Welcome back to the AATH Mailbag! Each week we will be taking questions from the fans and answering them here. Keep a lookout for the Facebook and Twitter posts each weekend and submit your questions as either a comment or tweet. 1. What are the chances of Jacob de la Rose, Charles Hudon and Michael Bournival […]

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Missing Max: The Real Headline

Missing Max: The Real Headline

Is everyone done talking about the P.K. Subban situation? Probably not but I digress.   Now –with everything else not quite as hot and pressing– everyone can at least begin to take a look at something that some have tried to sleep on, others have tried to shrug off but it just has not vacated […]

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Throwing Michel Therrien Under The Bus

Throwing Michel Therrien Under The Bus

The validity of any given point in regards to what a blithering putz Michel Therrien is loses something of its grasp in its eloquence.  The gloves have to come off now for his recent actions, behavior and responses.  The recurring theme as this season wears on is that this is no longer business but a […]

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Live Update: 2016 NHL Skills Competition

Live Update: 2016 NHL Skills Competition

Bridgestone NHL Fastest Skater Four players from each team go up against each other in a 1-on-1 fastest skater competition. There are a total of six points up for grabs, and the skater with the fastest time will have the opportunity for full lap around the link. If they beat Mike Gartner’s record time of […]

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The New and Improved Lineup of the Montreal Canadiens

The New and Improved Lineup of the Montreal Canadiens

*Forwards rankings in stats are among forwards only and defencemen’s ranking in stats are among defencemen only *All stats are from 5 on 5 hockey (from Stats.HockeyAnalysis.com and War-on-Ice) During our current and sad time when the Habs are desperate for goals and wins, I’ve decided to dig deep into the stats and analyze our entire lineup […]

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Farewell Michel, Bonjour Boucher

Farewell Michel, Bonjour Boucher

After Randy Cunneyworth was practically run out of Montreal since he didn’t speak French, Marc Bergevin found himself in a position to hire a new head coach. The available coaches who spoke French at the time were quite slim. The three popular names who were thrown out there were Bob Hartley, who was available at the time, […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Worst 10 Trades Since 1993

Last week I counted down the 10 best trades the organization had made since last winning the Stanley Cup in 1993. It’s only fitting that I should examine the other side of the coin and list off what I see as the 10 worst trades in the same time span. Maybe a disclaimer should be […]

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