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Habs Outshot In 3-1 Loss To Islanders

Habs Outshot In 3-1 Loss To Islanders

Habs Outshot in 3-1 Loss To Islanders Habs were outshot in a 3-1 loss to the Islanders Thursday night in Brooklyn. The final total was a deeply uneven 42-22 shots on goal, which presented the problem from the beginning. They came out slow, they didn’t take enough shots on net, and they gave up the […]

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Three Habs Named to Atlantic All-Star Team

Three Habs Named to Atlantic All-Star Team

Three members of the Montreal Canadiens have been named by the National Hockey League (NHL) to the 2017 Atlantic Division All-Star Team. The 62nd Annual NHL All-Star Game will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles has previously hosted the event in 1981 and 2002. Similar to last year’s format […]

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Shea Weber Scores In Emotional Winning Return To Nashville

Shea Weber Scores In Emotional Winning Return To Nashville

Shea Weber Scores In Emotional Winning Return To Nashville Shea Weber scored the game-tying goal and Max Pacioretty got the game winner in an OT victory Tuesday evening, as the Habs played against Weber’s former team in Nashville. It was an emotional return, with the Predators paying tribute to their former captain in a video […]

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Habs Blow 2-goal Lead, Lose To Bolts In OT

Habs Blow 2-goal Lead, Lose To Bolts In OT

Habs Blow 2-goal Lead, Lose To Bolts In OT The Habs blew a 2-goal lead late in the third period, losing in overtime to the Bolts, 4-3, Wednesday evening in Tampa Bay. The game started with a strong Canadiens team scoring first, and despite the Lightning’s equalizer in the first, they scored 2 more to […]

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Pushing Plekanec & Pacioretty: Suffering Forwards Making Canadiens Suffer

Pushing Plekanec & Pacioretty: Suffering Forwards Making Canadiens Suffer

The outcries have been constant and it is reflective of a perceptive, knowledgeable fan base that understands that the record is not always reflective of sustainable results and that numbers can, in fact, lie; tape, however, does not.   Somewhere between Tomas Plekanec being afraid of physical contact and throwing the puck away at any […]

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Alexander Radulov and that “Special Something” He Brings to the Habs

Alexander Radulov and that “Special Something” He Brings to the Habs

There’s something different about this 2016-2017 Montreal Canadiens team, specifically on the top line. It’s no secret that this “special something” is coming from Marc Bergevin’s free agent signing of the summer, Alexander Radulov. His wishes to return to the National Hockey League this season were met by signing a 1-year, $5.75 million deal with […]

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Behind the CH – Episode 7: Sergachev, Weber, Plekanec & More

Behind the CH – Episode 7: Sergachev, Weber, Plekanec & More

Behind the CH is back! In our first episode of the 2016/17 season, host Luca LaPorta brings on Shane Chase, Patrick Tallon and Ben Fraser to talk about the Habs surging start, current lineups and also how Tomas Plekanec can end his drought. Furthermore, 2016 first round pick Mikhail Sergachev was discussed along with the possibility […]

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Marc Bergevin Is Looking For a Top-4 D-man, But Who’s Available?

Marc Bergevin Is Looking For a Top-4 D-man, But Who’s Available?

As reported by Nick Kypreos and Sportsnet last week, Marc Bergevin and the Habs are currently looking to bolster their blue line even more as they are searching for a top-4 defenceman. The Canadiens have started the season 8-0-1, with a +17 goal difference and are leading the league with only 14 goals against. This […]

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Shea Weber Leads NHL in Game Winning Goals

Shea Weber Leads NHL in Game Winning Goals

With three game winning goals in nine games played, Shea Weber is now the league leader in the statistical category. This most recent clutch effort comes at 7:24 of the third period on Saturday night in a 2-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Bell Centre. Weber already ties his number of game […]

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Habs Edge Leafs 2-1

Habs Edge Leafs 2-1

Habs Edge Leafs 2-1 The Habs edged the Leafs Saturday night, in a 2-1 squeaker, despite being outshot 38-31. Carey Price was outstanding (again) with 37 saves, and once again, as it has for the past 7 out of 8 games, the power play has yielded results. The game started with a scoreless, uneventful first […]

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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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