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July 1 signings around the Atlantic Division

July 1 signings around the Atlantic Division

On Canada Day, as is the case every year, the National Hockey League’s free agent period re-opened and free agent frenzy was a crazy one. Led by the Toronto Maple Leafs winning the John Tavares sweepstakes and the Montreal Canadiens bringing back Tomas Plekanec who is at 998 career games, many teams added pieces for […]

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Nikita Scherbak, Michael McCarron Lift Habs To 5-3 Win Vs Leafs

Nikita Scherbak, Michael McCarron Lift Habs To 5-3 Win Vs Leafs

Nikita Scherbak, Michael McCarron Lift Habs To 5-3 Win Vs Leafs Nikita Scherbak and Michael McCarron lifted the Habs to a 5-3 win over the Leafs in Toronto Saturday night as they each scored their season’s first NHL goals. The two rookies had fellow rookie Artturi Lehkonen join them in the goal-scoring circle, with Max […]

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Habs Rivalry Vs Leafs Alive And Well In 2-1 Habs Win

Habs Rivalry Vs Leafs Alive And Well In 2-1 Habs Win

Habs Rivalry vs Leafs Alive And Well In 2-1 Habs Win The Habs rivalry vs the Leafs is alive and well, as the Canadiens won 2-1 on Saturday night at the Bell Centre. In a game that went to the very last second with suspense and anxiety, the Habs held onto a 1-goal lead through […]

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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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Habs Beat Leafs – Is This A New Beginning?

Habs Beat Leafs – Is This A New Beginning?

Habs Beat Leafs – Is This A New Beginning? The Habs beat the Maple Leafs in a nail-biting game that ended in a shootout on Saturday night. Could this be the beginning of a comeback? Let’s face it – the Canadiens are in trouble. Out of a playoff spot, severely depleted in confidence and points, […]

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Di Stefano’s Beef: Same Old Story

Di Stefano’s Beef: Same Old Story

After such an impressive start, sporting an undefeated 9-0-0 start prior to the match against the Canucks, not many had Vancouver being the team to end the streak. Vancouver had yet to win at home in 5 games prior to the tilt against Montreal and the Habs were coming off of two days rest. Last […]

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Habs Beat Leafs Despite Being Outplayed

Habs Beat Leafs Despite Being Outplayed

Habs beat Leafs – a phrase every Canadiens fan loves to say. Once again, this rivalry resulted in a bleu-blanc-rouge triumph even though on paper, it doesn’t look that way. Outplayed, outshot, the Habs still managed to pull out a win against the Maple Leafs on Saturday night, with a 5-3 victory. This keeps the […]

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NHL Regular Season Predictions: Eastern Conference

NHL Regular Season Predictions: Eastern Conference

Predictions, predictions… some will seem crazy to you but here we go for the Eastern Conference: Metropolitan: Washington Captials – I’m not sure there is an adjective in the English language to describe how lethal this offense truly is. If the thought of TJ Oshie on a line with Alex Ovechkin doesn’t make you giddy, […]

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Habs Beat Leafs 3-1 On Opening Night

Habs Beat Leafs 3-1 On Opening Night

It felt as though there had never been a break from hockey – except for the big smiles of anticipation worn by every Habs fan all day. It’s always that way on Opening Night. What better way to open the 2015-16 season than with a 3-1 win – against rivals Toronto Maple Leafs – in […]

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The Myth of the Enforcer

The Myth of the Enforcer

If you read tweets about the Habs-Leafs game lately, you would think that Leo Komarov killed P.K Subban on Wednesday. This is false. When Devante Smith-Pelly stepped up, he was applauded, as he should have been. What people didn’t see at first is that his move negated a Montreal powerplay. Additionally, from the ways fans […]

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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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