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Canadiens to pick 3rd overall at 2018 NHL Entry Draft

Canadiens to pick 3rd overall at 2018 NHL Entry Draft

On Saturday night, the National Hockey League (NHL) performed their annual draft lottery. The Montreal Canadiens went into it having the fourth best odds, but Montreal was sent into a world of excitement when it was confirmed that the Habs would be picking in the top three. Due to format changes this year, the order […]

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University hockey MVP Anthony Beauregard (Concordia) to try-out for Laval Rocket

University hockey MVP Anthony Beauregard (Concordia) to try-out for Laval Rocket

The Laval Rocket, the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens have signed U Sports leading scorer and player of the year Anthony Beauregard (Saint-Damase, Quebec) to an amateur tryout contract.   Laval Rocket announced that forwards Anthony Beauregard (Concordia University) et Nikita Korostelev (Peterborough – OHL) were signed to amateur tryout contracts […]

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Canadiens Sign Antoine Waked

Canadiens Sign Antoine Waked

Undrafted right wing free agent Antoine Waked has signed a three year contract with the Montreal Canadiens. 20-year old Waked has played four seasons in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) since being drafted 67th overall by the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies. Since making his major junior debut in 2013-14, Waked has 157 regular season points […]

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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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Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: Mid-Season (Trade Deadline)

Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: Mid-Season (Trade Deadline)

This is the second QMJHL prospect report of this 2015-2016 regular season concerning Habs prospects playing in the QMJHL: Daniel Audette and Simon Bourque. Daniel Audette, C, Sherbrooke Phoenix (R5 2014, #147) I feel like I am repeating myself, but Audette is part of a small group of players reaching the expectations so far this […]

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Three Habs named to Canada-Russia Series

Three Habs named to Canada-Russia Series

In preparation for the 2015 Canadian Hockey League Canada-Russia Series, the rosters on the Canadian side have been set. The annual tournament was first held in 2003, and every year since. A team of Russian selects travel to Canada to take on the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) All-Stars, Ontario Hockey League (OHL) All-Stars, […]

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Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: September to Mid-October

Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: September to Mid-October

This is the first QMJHL prospect report of this 2015-2016 regular season concerning Habs prospects playing in the QMJHL: Daniel Audette and Simon Bourque. Daniel Audette, C, Sherbrooke Phoenix (R5 2014, #147) Audette has been one of the few players to reach the expectations so far with the Sherbrooke Phoenix. The Birds, seen by many […]

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Inconsistent Daniel Audette Adds Goalscoring Touch

Inconsistent Daniel Audette Adds Goalscoring Touch

Big things were expected of Daniel Audette. At first, he delivered. The speedy centre posted 28 points in his first 16 games, including two hat tricks and a six-point game. However, in the remaining 46 games, Audette posted 45 points. Solid totals for sure, but it was his overall play that suffered. Interestingly enough, Audette’s […]

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Short but Sweet Season for Jérémy Grégoire

Short but Sweet Season for Jérémy Grégoire

The 2014-2015 campaign didn’t look like it was going to amount to much for Jérémy Grégoire. Grégoire, the captain of Baie-Comeau, suffered a wrist injury, sidelining him for more than half the season. Furthermore, B-C traded away former 40-goal scorer Valentin Zykov, a top-four defender in Alexis Vanier, and role player Bokondji Imama Despite 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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