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Royalty Gets Their Torrey: Mitchell Traded To LA Kings

Royalty Gets Their Torrey: Mitchell Traded To LA Kings

Torrey Mitchell’s dream of playing for the Montreal Canadiens has come to an abrupt end but with Mitchell being traded to the Los Angeles Kings, his dream of playing for the Stanley Cup may just come to fruition at this rate.  The Kings are obviously looking to bolster their depth and maybe, just maybe, there is […]

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Deadweight Acquisitions Stunting Prospect Growth

Deadweight Acquisitions Stunting Prospect Growth

    One thing general manager Marc Bergevin has been adamant about since the beginning of his tenure in Montreal is that you can never have too much depth. Well, he’s wrong; there is such a thing as too much depth. Given Montreal’s situation on defence and their bottom six, the amount of depth signings/trades […]

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A preview of the 2017-18 Montreal Canadiens

A preview of the 2017-18 Montreal Canadiens

Ahh, August is here and the countdown to hockey season begins. With pre-season hockey on the horizon, the time has come for some preliminary line predictions/opinions from yours truly. The following will be sorted into three groups, forwards, defence and goalies. So sit down, get comfortable, and pour yourself a drink. This one is gonna […]

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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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Carey Price Shuts Out Canucks, 3-0

Carey Price Shuts Out Canucks, 3-0

Carey Price Shuts Out Canucks, 3-0 Carey Price shut out the Vancouver Canucks Wednesday night at the Bell Centre, his first of the 2016-17 season. The first period was of concern, as the Habs were not only outshot, but outplayed by the Canucks. The term “flat” was often used on social media, and it fit. […]

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Habs Win 4-1 vs Sabres: Strong Season Opener

Habs Win 4-1 vs Sabres: Strong Season Opener

Habs Win 4-1 vs Sabres: Strong Season Opener In a very strong showing for their season opener, the Habs beat the Sabres in a 4-1 routing. The season has begun, and it feels like an eternity since we have hashtagged our #GoHabsGO on social media. But it feels so good to watch our team take […]

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Media Review – Three Balanced Offensive Lines

Media Review – Three Balanced Offensive Lines

How will Michel Therrien line up his shiny new forward group? Background Info Marc Bergevin had a busy summer, with several potential roster impacts for the forward group. On May 8th the Habs signed Artturi Lehkonen to a three-year deal, and his Frolunda coach does not expect to see him again, believing he will start […]

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Habs Ink Phillip Danault to Two-Year Contract

Habs Ink Phillip Danault to Two-Year Contract

The Montreal Canadiens have signed their final restricted free agent, Phillip Danault, to a two-year, one-way deal with an AAV of $912, 500. This is a bridge deal from GM Marc Bergevin who is known to hand them out as a “show me” signal to the player. Danault, 23, was drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks […]

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Habs Forward Situation For Next Season

Habs Forward Situation For Next Season

Aside from the Canadiens playing out their last few weeks of the forgettable 2015-2016, all eyes have been on the NHL Draft coming up and of course, next season and the lineup. Personally, I have been thinking about how the Habs will look up front next season, with many injuries, acquisitions and prospects from St. John’s […]

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10 Ways This Season Could Have Gone Worse for the Habs

10 Ways This Season Could Have Gone Worse for the Habs

In case you missed it, P.K. Subban suffered a horrifying neck injury during the Montreal Canadiens’ 3-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres at Bell Centre on Thursday night. Fortunately, it sounds as though it isn’t serious and he’s going to be alright, though he was kept out of Saturday’s game against the Minnesota Wild (which, […]

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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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