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AHL, ECHL Affiliates Begin Cup Runs

AHL, ECHL Affiliates Begin Cup Runs

As the Montreal Canadiens focus on their own postseason, their American Hockey League (AHL) and East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) affiliates will be doing the same. For the first time since the 2010-11 season, both affiliates will play past the regular season in the same year. St. John’s IceCaps In their last season in St. […]

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Defensive Depth: Who’s In The Top-6 Going Into Game One?

Defensive Depth: Who’s In The Top-6 Going Into Game One?

After a busy trade deadline of adding stability at the back-end, we now get to see if that depth will pay dividends for the Montreal Canadiens. Looking at the depth chart, the Habs have, in my opinion, 9 NHL-calibre defencemen that can be of use. The likes of the lineup locks; Shea Weber, Andrei Markov, […]

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Montreal Canadiens Clinch Spot in Playoffs for 83rd Time

Montreal Canadiens Clinch Spot in Playoffs for 83rd Time

For the 83rd time in National Hockey League (NHL) history, the Stanley Cup playoffs will include the Montreal Canadiens. The playoff position and first round opponent is still to be determined, but Habs fans can begin planning their spring around the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs. On Thursday night, the Canadiens hosted and defeated the Florida […]

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Atlantic Division Race Heats Up

Atlantic Division Race Heats Up

The race for Atlantic Division supremacy is heating up as the end of the regular season comes just right around the corner. With most teams having between 8-10 games remaining, there is a nine point difference between first and fourth place. It doesn’t seem like a lot, but teams can still pick up as many […]

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Habs Prospect Leads SHL in Playoff Goals and Points

Habs Prospect Leads SHL in Playoff Goals and Points

The Swedish Hockey League (SHL), or as many people still remember it as Elitserien, is now two games into their championship series between the #1 seed Skellefteå AIK and #2 seed Frölunda HC. Through game two, the best-of-7 series is tied at one. The SHL has caught the eyes of many of the Montreal Canadiens faithful this […]

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CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Round 1

CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Round 1

Over the course of the 2015-16 season, there has been 5 prospects of the Montreal Canadiens playing among the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Unlike the 2014-15 season where all 7 of the competing Habs prospects were heading to their respective league’s playoffs, only 4 […]

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CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Preview

CHL Playoffs/Habs Prospects – Preview

Over the course of the 2015-16 season, there has been 5 prospects of the Montreal Canadiens playing among the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Unlike the 2014-15 season where all 7 of the competing Habs prospects were heading to their respective league’s playoffs, only 4 […]

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Lars Eller staying, Desharnais being shopped

Lars Eller staying, Desharnais being shopped

(Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images) With nearly four hours remaining on deadline day, Richard Labbé of LaPresse and TSN insider Darren Dregger both confirmed that they spoke to Lars Eller’s agent Kevin Epp regarding his place in Montreal. According to reports, Marc Bergevin informed the 26 year old that he will not be moved today. #Habs L.Eller has […]

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Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: 2015 Playoffs

Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: 2015 Playoffs

This is the final report of the QMJHL playoffs concerning Habs prospects playing in the QMJHL: Daniel Audette, Jérémy Grégoire and Zachary Fucale. Daniel Audette, Sherbrooke Phoenix Daniel had a 1 PPG ratio in the playoffs (6 points in 6 games), but it wasn’t enough to get past the Charlottetown Islanders in the first round, as […]

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Habs Playoff Analysis – The Advanced Stats

Habs Playoff Analysis – The Advanced Stats

As we all know, the Habs got eliminated in 6 games by the Lightning. After Montreal’s disappointing loss, it’s time to look at the playoffs as a whole. Why couldn’t they score? How did they lose? Which players performed? Who fell short? Time to find out. Note: All statistics ONLY include teams that made at least […]

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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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