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Trapper Wraps It Up: Travis Moen Retires

Trapper Wraps It Up: Travis Moen Retires

Picture the average hockey player.  What do they look like? What do they do? Where are they from? Probably Canadian, likely from a relatively small town, a little over six feet tall, plays a balanced game with a little bit of everything; probably the kind of player that may not score all too much but […]

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Wednesday Ramblings: Plekanec, the PK and Desharnais

Wednesday Ramblings: Plekanec, the PK and Desharnais

Every Wednesday we’ll look at semi-established themes over the past week, developing ones, and any other plots or irregularities that jump out. Another week, another undefeated record. The Canadiens have strung together three straight victories since last week’s ramble to bring their record to an astounding 7-0-0. It was neat last week, but I believe […]

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Montreal Canadiens: The Biggest Problem

Montreal Canadiens: The Biggest Problem

Apparently, Michel Therrien hates seeing his practice on TV. I find that rather odd. Frankly, Michel seems to have forgotten what team he coaches. I was also unaware of the numerous media outlets who attend Canadiens’ practices. Silly me, and silly Michel; our minds are so little. Who are we to have no prior knowledge of […]

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Lars Eller: Big Strides for The Great Dane

Lars Eller: Big Strides for The Great Dane

Upon signing his 4-year, $14 million contract, Eller’s expectations greatly increased. 25 games into the 2014-2015 season, it’s hard to argue with the results   Lars Eller has always carried a little more pressure than most players in the organization, largely as a result of the way in which he was acquired. A 2007 first-round […]

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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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Travis Moen: A Waste of Money or Poor Coaching?

Travis Moen: A Waste of Money or Poor Coaching?

If we were to look at the past Stanley Cup winners, we find that their 4th lines were not filled with goons, plugs, or useless hockey players. The Kings 4th liners on their past two Cup teams were guys that produced at key times in the playoffs; guys like Dwight King, Trevor Lewis, Jordan Nolan, Kyle Clifford, Jarett […]

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Time’s Up Trapper: Moen Must Move

Time’s Up Trapper: Moen Must Move

The 32-year old bearer of #32 for the Montreal Canadiens has to see the writing on the wall and think that maybe his time with this team is coming to a close and now the seconds are just ticking down.  Why would it be a good thing to lose a guy that has been touted […]

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2014-15 Question Marks: Uncertainty Addressed

2014-15 Question Marks: Uncertainty Addressed

The usual expectation in the term of a general manager in the National Hockey League is that the first true glimpse of their vision is shown in year three of their tenure. For Marc Bergevin, this is that year and based on the moves made, a pivotal year it is going to be. The now […]

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Habs vs Sens, Game on!

Habs vs Sens, Game on!

Yes fans, the Montreal Canadiens are in the playoffs, even taking the division after Sunday night’s loss of the Boston Bruins at the hands of the Ottawa Senators. The Sens are who the Habs will be playing come this Thursday in round one of the post-season. Restaurants and bars will be full, friends will be […]

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Is It Time Now?

Is It Time Now?

The Ottawa Senators traded a 6th round pick to acquire Matt Kassian today. Will this speed up the process for Montreal Canadiens general manager to pull the trigger for a deal on a heavyweight? With Brandon Prust on the shelf for 10-14 days due to a slight separation of his left shoulder and the fact […]

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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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