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Montreal is smart to take advantage of teams looking to free cap space

Montreal is smart to take advantage of teams looking to free cap space

The Montreal Canadiens have a busy summer ahead of them, loaded with cap space and looking to stockpile on young depth pieces and draft picks ahead of a “re-tooling period”. While it is difficult to rebuild with contracts carried by Carey Price and Shea Weber, it is possible to re-tool and send the franchise in […]

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Habs Flex Their Cap; Acquire Mason and Parts From Jets

Habs Flex Their Cap; Acquire Mason and Parts From Jets

The Canadiens have dealt Simon Bourque, a minor league defenseman, to the Jets for Joel Armia, Steve Mason, a 7th round pick in 2019 and a 4th round pick in 2020. This already is a win and Marc Bergevin should be applauded for this move. The Canadiens had cap space as leverage in negotiations which […]

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Joe Morrow dealt to Winnipeg as trade deadline passes

Joe Morrow dealt to Winnipeg as trade deadline passes

Just as the 3:00pm ET trade deadline for the 2017-18 National Hockey League (NHL) season passed, it was announced that the Montreal Canadiens acquired a fourth round pick in exchange for Joe Morrow. Jets acquire Joe Morrow. — Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) February 26, 2018 Joe Morrow (Edmonton, AB) is a 6’0″, 198 lbs; 25-year old […]

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Zach Redmond Finds His Fit: Canadiens Sign Two Year Deal

Zach Redmond Finds His Fit: Canadiens Sign Two Year Deal

Size, depth, short term, the works.  Marc Bergevin is up to his usual old tricks of low risk/high reward and the latest in the mix is 6’2 205 pound defenceman Zach Redmond.   Redmond is fresh out of a couple season with the Colorado Avalanche and a stint with the San Antonio Rampage where he […]

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Al Montoya Joins Canadiens Goaltending Rotation

Al Montoya Joins Canadiens Goaltending Rotation

It just cannot be Free Agent Frenzy without Marc Bergevin making that whopper of a move signing yet another depth guy that is probably an arbitrarily considered team need at best.  This time, he has a brand new ‘toy-a in his bag.   (Horrible pun cap is 2 by the way)   His stats were none […]

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Habs Down Jets 5-1, Condon Comes Through

Habs Down Jets 5-1, Condon Comes Through

Habs Down Jets 5-1, Condon Comes Through The Habs shot down the Jets on Sunday night with a decisive 5-1 win in which Mike Condon, once again, turned in a solid performance in nets. For anyone who was worried about this team without Carey Price, breathe now. Price is in a class of his own, […]

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NHL Regular Season Predictions: Western Conference

NHL Regular Season Predictions: Western Conference

Predictions, predictions… some will seem crazy to you but here we go for the Western Conference: Pacific Division: Anaheim Ducks – The Orange County quackers were only one game away from reaching the Stanley Cup final last spring, so not surprisingly I have them seeded high again this year. Anaheim did make some notable moves this offseason that they […]

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Is Dustin Tokarski St. John’s Bound?

Is Dustin Tokarski St. John’s Bound?

It is interesting how the mighty can fall. In two years, you can go from an absolute hero to scapegoat. In professional hockey cities, especially Montreal, this is nothing new. It seems like yesterday that the main man in Montreal went down, and a new hero had to arise. That hero being Dustin Tokarski, and his […]

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“Carey Price Syndrome”

“Carey Price Syndrome”

Based on last night’s results against the Jets, a lot of fans are furious at Dustin Tokarski. He didn’t perform well, that is not up for debate. However, throughout this season people have been saying absolutely terrible things about the young back up, who on most nights, plays exactly as he should – like an […]

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RELOCATION: Hamilton Bulldogs to St. John’s

RELOCATION: Hamilton Bulldogs to St. John’s

The American Hockey League have confirmed that the Montreal Canadiens AHL affiliate – Hamilton Bulldogs are relocating to St. John’s, Newfoundland. David Andrews, the President and CEO of the American Hockey League confirmed at 5:20pm eastern today that the St. John’s IceCaps (Winnipeg Jets AHL affiliate) are being relocated to Winnipeg effective the 2015-16 season, […]

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Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Ask anyone across Canada over the last half a century to describe hockey, Canada and childhood.  Many answers might come back but only one would be correct to encapsulate a response that everyone could agree with: Saturday night, The Toronto Maple Leafs versus The Montreal Canadiens with Bob Cole in the broadcast booth to sing […]

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