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Habs Trade Tinordi to Arizona

Habs Trade Tinordi to Arizona

The Montreal Canadiens have a trade on Friday afternoon, which sent former first round draft pick Jarred Tinordi and minor league player Stefan Fournier to the Arizona Coyotes as part of a three-team trade involving the Nashville Predators. It has been a weird trade sequence. Initially when the news broke, the Arizona Coyotes had traded […]

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Could Jonathan Drouin Land in Montreal?

Could Jonathan Drouin Land in Montreal?

About halfway through the 1st frame of the Canadiens vs Devils game, CTV’s Brian Wilde caused fans to go into a panic with this tweet: BREAKING: HABS CH I can confirm from a strong source the Habs are aggressively pursuing Drouin. — BrianWilde (@BWildeCTV) January 7, 2016 Following Wilde’s Drouin bomb, Eric Engels of Sportsnet said this: […]

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Patrick Sharp – A Statistical Approach

Patrick Sharp – A Statistical Approach

Patrick Sharp has been one of the many names associated with the Montreal Canadiens as of late. With his annual cap hit of 5.9M for two more seasons, many fans are hesitant for Marc Bergevin to try and acquire him. Sharp only has 10G and 21A this season, leaving him ranked at 133rd in points. […]

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So My Wife Doesn’t Have to Hear me Babble About Hockey: Trading Emelin

So My Wife Doesn’t Have to Hear me Babble About Hockey: Trading Emelin

    So, a group of friends and I were discussing Montreal trading Emelin, for well, anything. The truth of the matter is Alexei Emelin is on year 1 of a 4 year deal, he’s slower than Andrei Markov and Sergei Gonchar are despite being only 28, he makes 4.1 million per year, and he […]

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Habs land Allen from Anaheim

Habs land Allen from Anaheim

Rene Bourque, 32, has been traded by the Montreal Canadiens to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for 34-year old defenceman Bryan Allen earlier Thursday afternoon. Recent trades like Moen to Dallas and Bourque to Anaheim are an attempt by Habs General Manager Marc Bergevin and his management to clear up salary cap space as the […]

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Habs Land Sergei Gonchar, Trade Travis Moen

Habs Land Sergei Gonchar, Trade Travis Moen

32-year old left winger Travis Moen has been traded by the Montreal Canadiens to the Dallas Stars in exchange for 40-year old defenceman Sergei Gonchar earlier Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to clear up some salary cap space for the 2015-16 season. Sergei Gonchar has played three games this season after missing the first eleven […]

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Canadiens Trade Budaj to Winnipeg

Canadiens Trade Budaj to Winnipeg

The Montreal Canadiens announced shortly before 1pm eastern that the battle between Peter Budaj, 32, and Dustin Tokarski, 25, for the opportunity to be the back-up goalie behind Carey Price has come to an end. The management ultimately chose to go with the younger goalie who stepped up when called upon during the Eastern Conference […]

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Habs-Leafs: Last Three Trades

Habs-Leafs: Last Three Trades

It is not often that you see two rivals that have had hate running through their veins make a transaction that benefit not only themselves, but their hated opponent. The Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs have only met to sign a trade agreement three times in the last 19 years, with the most recent […]

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Meet the New Guy: Parenteau

Meet the New Guy: Parenteau

Habs acquire forward P-A Parenteau from the Colorado Avalanche  On June 30th, 2014, the Montreal Canadiens acquired forward P-A Parenteau, and a 5th round draft pick from the Colorado Avalanche, in exchange for Daniel Briere. The 6’0″ Quebec native, is a solid addition to the Habs right side. P-A tallied 14 goals and 19 assists, in […]

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Erik Cole: Slow Start Again, Too Much Thought of Retirement, or Possibly Traded?

Erik Cole: Slow Start Again, Too Much Thought of Retirement, or Possibly Traded?

Erik Cole is a known slow starter, every year it’s the same story. Last year was no different, however last year the question was why he wasn’t on the power play to which then coach Jacques Martin replied, “Have you seen his stats on the power play?” This year however, Cole is on the PP, […]

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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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