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PREVIEW: 2016 World Cup of Hockey

PREVIEW: 2016 World Cup of Hockey

The 2016 World Cup of Hockey is set to begin at 3:30pm ET on September 17th at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto as the puck will drop between the United States and Team Europe. Following the tournament’s debut match, the host Canada will take on Captain Tomas Plekanec and the Czech Republic. When? The […]

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Rapid Fire: Habs Bullet Points

Rapid Fire: Habs Bullet Points

Some thoughts come and go on a game by game basis, others sustain over lengthy periods of time.  The following fit under both categories.   With emphasis on trades coming in a piece to be published at a later date, is there truly a need for a top six forward? Namely one with a scoring touch? […]

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2015 NHL Awards

2015 NHL Awards

This coming Wednesday, the National Hockey League will be conducting it’s annual award show in Las Vegas. The last time a member of the Canadiens took home a piece of individual hardware home was at the 2013 NHL Awards when P.K. Subban won his first Norris Trophy over Kris Letang and Ryan Suter. That same […]

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Price Nominated for Ted Lindsay Award

Price Nominated for Ted Lindsay Award

On Tuesday evening, the National Hockey League announced that Carey Price (Montreal Canadiens), Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals), and Jamie Benn (Dallas Stars) are the finalists for the 2015 Ted Lindsay Award. According to the National Hockey League’s awards page, the Ted Lindsay Award is “presented annually to the “most outstanding player” in the NHL as […]

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Habs Fancy Stats in February – The Monthly Review

Habs Fancy Stats in February – The Monthly Review

Overview: The Canadiens finished 9-3-2 in the month of February, capturing 20 out of the possible 26 points. The Habs beat the Leafs on both occasions this month. Unfortunately, the Habs had disappointing losses to both the Buffalo Sabres and the Edmonton Oilers. Let’s take a deeper look on how this month really went. MVP […]

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Carey Price Compared to 2005 Draft Class

Carey Price Compared to 2005 Draft Class

The 2005 NHL Entry Draft in Ottawa while known for the famous selection of Sidney Crosby, was also a draft that proved to be strong in the crease. Many were drafted, but a few names stand out in the eyes of hockey fans. In that year Carey Price, Tuukka Rask, Jonathan Quick, Ben Bishop and […]

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Who is the “Hottest” Hab? VOTE NOW

Who is the “Hottest” Hab? VOTE NOW

If you’re reading this and have no man parts, it is very likely you enjoy looking at the Habs players. Now of course if you do have man parts and still fancy other men, you’re in luck because the Montreal Canadiens are full of eye candy. From the franchise’s General Manager, all the way down […]

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‘Tis the Fantasy Season: Habs to Consider

‘Tis the Fantasy Season: Habs to Consider

For the purpose of this article, we are looking at live draft fantasy leagues, which typically are ‘snake’ style. With every hockey season comes a fantasy hockey league, whether it is just for fun or some sort of prize in the end, which is usually money. Each person involved has an opportunity to show what […]

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Disgusted; Canadiens 2 Caps 3

Disgusted; Canadiens 2 Caps 3

Embarrassing. Totally embarrassing. The officiating tonight was downright sickening. This is professional hockey? This is a multi-billion dollar industry?? Ridiculous. If anyone knows a way to reach the NHL or NHLPA please leave a comment because something needs to be done about this.   Alright rant over. First game without Emelin and it doesn’t look […]

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Canadiens Win Streak At 3; Canadiens 4 Hurricanes 1

Canadiens Win Streak At 3; Canadiens 4 Hurricanes 1

Once again, Price était superbe. The only thing keeping him from a shutout was Emelin running into him. Jeff Halpern got his first of the year and Subban got his 17th point in 11 games, assisting on Markov’s powerplay goal. Pacioretty finally scored on a play where Peters just seemed to give up. He added […]

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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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