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Shea Weber Gives Habs Fifth Win In A Row

Shea Weber Gives Habs Fifth Win In A Row

Shea Weber‘s power-play goal gave the Habs a go-ahead, and the win Wednesday night, as the Canadiens beat the New York Islanders, 3-2, in Brooklyn. Al Montoya was outstanding in nets, playing this first game of a back-to-back, making 26 saves on 28 shots. Played on notoriously poor-quality ice, the game unfolded slowly at first, […]

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Radulov Lifts Habs To A Win vs Flyers

Radulov Lifts Habs To A Win vs Flyers

Alexander Radulov lifted the Habs to a 3-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers Monday night, extending the team’s win streak to 4, and giving them a 5-0-1 start to the season. The game was utterly uneventful for most of the first two periods. But it was apparent neither team was willing to sit back, and […]

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Carey Price Returns For Habs Win Vs Coyotes

Carey Price Returns For Habs Win Vs Coyotes

Carey Price Returns For Habs 5-2 Win Vs Coyotes Carey Price returned in nets, and Shea Weber scored his first goal for the Habs 5-2 win vs the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night, and it was a strong showing for both the elite goaltender and his team. There were surprises – again – as Alexei […]

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Price Of The Web: How Will Carey Price And Shea Weber Play Together?

Price Of The Web: How Will Carey Price And Shea Weber Play Together?

The wait is over.  The regular season debut of a new superstar tandem is upon us.  Carey Price is set to return and now, finally, comes an examination of just how they will function together.  It’s not often that a blockbuster move can be made and a team is given an idea of what will happen for […]

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New Faces, New Hope – Montreal Canadiens 16/17 Season Preview

New Faces, New Hope – Montreal Canadiens 16/17 Season Preview

It’s finally here. Hockey is back, as we saw the Senators and Leafs kick off the new 2016-2017 NHL season last night. But for Habs fans, the season starts tonight. It’s game number one in Buffalo, where the Canadiens will look to start the new campaign on the right foot against the Sabres. With new faces […]

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Predicting the 2016-17 NHL standings

Predicting the 2016-17 NHL standings

The NHL is back! Can you believe it? Can you believe the P.K. Subban trade was three and a half months ago? Doesn’t it feel like it was just yesterday you were arguing with someone about the trade on Twitter? What? It was yesterday? Oh. Well, what should be a very interesting season for your […]

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Bergevin Traded My Allegiance

Bergevin Traded My Allegiance

Flashback to Wednesday June 29, 2:51PM Eastern time, it was at this moment in history that I lost all respect for the clowns that run the Bleu, Blanc et Rouge. I have endured absolute terrible trades before such as Patrick Roy, John LeClair, Jeff Hackett, Scott Gomez, as well as Michael Cammalleri mid-game who was not […]

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Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

Montreal Canadiens 2016-2017 Projected Lineup

  Marc Bergevin has been one of the most active general managers this off-season. He added a few key players that fit the style of team he’s looking for – a team that’s bigger, stronger and difficult to play against. Additions: Shea Weber, Andrew Shaw, Zach Redmond, Alexander Radulov and Al Montoya Notable Subtractions: P.K. Subban […]

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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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The Canadiens Have Trust Issues

The Canadiens Have Trust Issues

The air is different these days in the greatest hockey city on earth, it feels like something was ripped away from the city, or a rug had been pulled from beneath them. It seems passion for the game has dissipated, from Ste-Catherine Street, all the way to Laval. Being in the city just doesn’t feel […]

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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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