Game Day / Weekly Forecast

Game Day – Panthers vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Panthers vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1982 – Wayne Gretzky scored his 92nd goal of the season, an NHL record, as the Oilers won 6-2 at Los Angeles. Matchup Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | March 28, 7:00 PM ET | TV: TVA, … Continue reading

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Game Day – Canadiens vs Jets : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Canadiens vs Jets : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1919 – In the longest game in Stanley Cup Finals history, the Montreal Canadiens and Seattle Metropolitans played 100 minutes of overtime without scoring a goal. It was the first 0-0 tie in NHL playoff … Continue reading

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Game Day – Canadiens vs Predators : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Canadiens vs Predators : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1936 – Mud Bruneteau scored as Detroit beat the Montreal Maroons 1-0 at 116:30 of overtime — 5 hours and 51 minutes after the opening faceoff, in the longest game in NHL history. Matchup … Continue reading

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Weekly Forecast: Canadiens Visit Predators, Jets, Return Home for Panthers

Weekly Forecast: Canadiens Visit Predators, Jets, Return Home for Panthers

All Habs Weekly Forecast gives a first look of the week ahead for your Montreal Canadiens. Hockey writer Ty Prater maps out the schedule, provides a statistical comparison of each matchup, identifies players to watch, as well as strengths and … Continue reading

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Game Day – Sharks vs Canadiens : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Sharks vs Canadiens : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1991 – Boston’s Ray Bourque set an NHL record by taking 19 shots during a 3-3 tie against the visiting Nordiques. Quebec goaltender Ron Tugnutt made 70 saves in the game. Matchup Bell Centre, … Continue reading

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Game Reports

Recap – Canadiens vs Jets: Habs Can’t Compete Without Their MVP

Recap – Canadiens vs Jets: Habs Can’t Compete Without Their MVP

Game 75, Away Game 38 | Thursday March 26, 2015 MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB. CANADIENS Montreal 2-5 JETS Winnipeg Lineup scratches:  Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Brian Flynn, Manny Malhotra, Tom Gilbert (upper-body)  Injured reserve:   Game Report So the Canadiens got … Continue reading

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Recap – Canadiens vs Predators: Preds ‘Execute One More Play’ for OT Win

Recap – Canadiens vs Predators: Preds ‘Execute One More Play’ for OT Win

Game 74, Away Game 37 | Tuesday March 24, 2015 Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN. CANADIENS Montreal 2-3 PREDATORS Nashville Lineup scratches:  Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Brian Flynn, Manny Malhotra, Tom Gilbert (upper-body)  Injured reserve:   Game Report Which was your favorite … Continue reading

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Recap – Sharks vs Canadiens: 40th Win of a Special Season for Price

Recap – Sharks vs Canadiens: 40th Win of a Special Season for Price

Game 73, Home Game 37 | Saturday March 21, 2015 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 2-0 SHARKS San Jose Lineup scratches: Nathan Beaulieu, Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Brian Flynn, Torrey Mitchell (upper-body) Injured reserve:   Game Report Carey Price picked up his … Continue reading

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Recap – Hurricanes vs Canadiens: Price Earns Shutout, 39th Win of the Season

Recap – Hurricanes vs Canadiens: Price Earns Shutout, 39th Win of the Season

Game 72, Home Game 36 | Thursday March 19, 2015 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 4-0 HURRICANES Carolina Lineup scratches: Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Torrey Mitchell (upper-body), Jeff Petry (virus), Brian Flynn (upper-body) Injured reserve:   Game Report For Habs fans, there was much … Continue reading

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Recap – Canadiens vs Panthers: Unlikely Heroes Lead Habs to Win

Recap – Canadiens vs Panthers: Unlikely Heroes Lead Habs to Win

Game 71, Away Game 36 | Monday March 16, 2015 BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL. CANADIENS Montreal 3-2 PANTHERS Florida Lineup scratches: Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Torrey Mitchell (upper-body), Nathan Beaulieu (virus), Brian Flynn (upper-body) Injured reserve:   Game Notes: This was an odd game. … Continue reading

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Features

Key Players Lead Habs Back On Top

Key Players Lead Habs Back On Top

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine  MONTREAL, QC. — After a rough stretch of games earlier in the month, the Montreal Canadiens have settled down once again. They started the month of March on the wrong foot, losing five … Continue reading

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Adding Offense Through the Habs Power-play

Adding Offense Through the Habs Power-play

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — The Montreal Canadiens are having trouble scoring lately with only five goals in their last five games (excluding empty-netters.) Despite placing second in the NHL standings, the Habs have only scored … Continue reading

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An Experienced Rookie: Jacob de la Rose

An Experienced Rookie: Jacob de la Rose

All Habs Hockey Magazine is proud to provide a platform for guest writers to express their views on important issues.  Today, we present a piece on the impact of Canadiens forward Jacob de la Rose.  Your comments are welcome. by Michael … Continue reading

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Will Devante Smith-Pelly Soon Become a Fan-Favourite?

Will Devante Smith-Pelly Soon Become a Fan-Favourite?

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine “Of course we are giving a good player. But in order to get something good, you have to give something good. We needed a player like (Devante) Smith-Pelly as much … Continue reading

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Habs Bergevin Might be Forced to Do Something

Habs Bergevin Might be Forced to Do Something

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine It is no secret that Habs’ GM Marc Bergevin has been working on improving his team for a playoff run as it’s been reported by very reputable media sources. His original … Continue reading

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All Habs News

Headlines: Practice Notes, Hart Trophy, First Round Matchups, Max67, Price

Headlines: Practice Notes, Hart Trophy, First Round Matchups, Max67, Price

All Habs Headlines: Wednesday March 25, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1980 –  Montreal’s Pierre Larouche became the first player in NHL history to score 50 goals with two different NHL teams. He notched #50 for the Canadiens in an … Continue reading

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All Habs Headlines: Game Day Skate, Tremblay, Therrien, Norris, CWHL

All Habs Headlines: Game Day Skate, Tremblay, Therrien, Norris, CWHL

All Habs Headlines: Saturday March 21, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1948 –  Montreal’s Elmer Lach scored twice in the final game of the season to win the Art Ross Trophy as NHL scoring champion by one point over the … Continue reading

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Canadiens’ Subban Fined for Embellishment Again

Canadiens’ Subban Fined for Embellishment Again

Canadiens’ Subban fined for diving/embellishment NHL Media Release NEW YORK – Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban has been fined $3,000 as supplementary discipline under NHL Rule 64 (Diving/Embellishment), the National Hockey League announced today. Revised for the 2014-15 season following … Continue reading

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Canadiens Recall Defenceman Greg Pateryn from Bulldogs

Canadiens Recall Defenceman Greg Pateryn from Bulldogs

CANADIENS RECALL GREG PATERYN FROM BULLDOGS Defenceman has 15 points in 53 games with ‘Dogs this season MONTREAL, QUE. – Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Bulldogs general manager Marc Bergevin announced today the Canadiens have recalled defenceman Greg Pateryn from the … Continue reading

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IceCaps Become Canadiens AHL Affiliate in St. John’s for 2015-16

IceCaps Become Canadiens AHL Affiliate in St. John’s for 2015-16

St. John’s IceCaps Media Release ST. JOHN’S, NL – Owner, President and CEO of the Montreal Canadiens Geoff Molson, along with CEO Danny Williams and COO Glenn Stanford of the St. John’s IceCaps, announced today that starting in the 2015-16 … Continue reading

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Videos / Podcasts

Check Out Sports Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Habs360 on BlogTalkRadio

Habs360 Podcast: Preparing For The Final Stretch [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (March 28th) of the Habs360 podcast was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Peter (@PeterGalanos). This week’s topics: Canadiens surpass the 100 point mark. How can the … Continue reading

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Rewind – Hot Plays of Week 24: Price to the Rescue With Two Shutouts

Rewind – Hot Plays of Week 24: Price to the Rescue With Two Shutouts

by Amy Johnson, Video Editor/Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC – Need to get caught up on Habs highlights? Want to relive the memorable moments of the past week? Then All Habs Rewind is for you. Every week watch … Continue reading

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Sportsnet’s John Bartlett Joins the Habs360 Podcast [AUDIO]

Sportsnet’s John Bartlett Joins the Habs360 Podcast [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (March 21st) of the Habs360 podcast was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Peter (@PeterGalanos). This week’s topics: Sportsnet’s John Bartlett (@BartsBytes) analyzes the Habs Internal competition amongst forwards … Continue reading

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Rewind – Hot Plays of Week 23: Offense from the Penalty-killers

Rewind – Hot Plays of Week 23: Offense from the Penalty-killers

by Amy Johnson, Video Editor/Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC – Need to get caught up on Habs highlights? Want to relive the memorable moments of the past week? Then All Habs Rewind is for you. Every week watch … Continue reading

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Habs360 Podcast: Therrien Under Fire [AUDIO]

Habs360 Podcast: Therrien Under Fire [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (March 14th) of the Habs360 podcast was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Rick (@All_Habs). This week’s topics: Canadiens struggling since trade deadline Do you trust … Continue reading

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All About the Fans

The Role of Heckling in Professional Sport

The Role of Heckling in Professional Sport

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — On Thursday evening, the Winnipeg Jets hosted the Montreal Canadiens for the first and only time this regular season. You can read a recap here. I was fortunate … Continue reading

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What We Learned on 24CH: Good Burger [S3:E24]

What We Learned on 24CH: Good Burger [S3:E24]

by Erica, Staff Writer and Fundraising Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — The Canadiens are back in Montreal, and back down to earth after snapping their winning streak on the road. They’re looking to regain momentum, to turn the tide, … Continue reading

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What We Learned on 24CH: Go West [S3:E23]

What We Learned on 24CH: Go West [S3:E23]

by Erica, Staff Writer and Fundraising Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Rather than saying what I was thinking (Montreal-based fans will have to stay up late, kept warm by piles of blankets, just to watch their team play through … Continue reading

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What Does it Take to be a Habs Fan?

What Does it Take to be a Habs Fan?

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — As we approach the end of an emotional season, in which we saw many faces come and go, an over-reliance on certain key players, and many … Continue reading

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Dryden Mask Painting Nominated for IOC Trophy in Sport & Art

Dryden Mask Painting Nominated for IOC Trophy in Sport & Art

MONTREAL, QC. — Regular readers will be familiar with the name Brandy Saturley. The talented Canadian artist has appeared on our pages several times before. We were proud to support Saturley’s #IconicCanuck Exhibition in Edmonton.  And we published a feature … Continue reading

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Hockey / NHL News

30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: Singing the Praises of the Blues

30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: Singing the Praises of the Blues

By Antoine Mathieu, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine QUEBEC CITY, QC. — Another day has passed by my fellow readers, it’s time to reveal my fourth team for the Western Conference predictions! Here’s the link if you missed the … Continue reading

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30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: The King of Kings

30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: The King of Kings

By Antoine Mathieu, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine QUEBEC CITY, QC. — It’s the third day of my Western Conference predictions! Here’s the link if you missed the Eastern Conference picks. 2014-15 WESTERN CONFERENCE predicted standings Chicago Blackhawks Anaheim Ducks … Continue reading

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30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: The Mighty Ducks

30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: The Mighty Ducks

By Antoine Mathieu, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine QUEBEC CITY, QC. — It’s the second day of my Western Conference predictions! Here’s the link if you missed the Eastern Conference, 2014-15 WESTERN CONFERENCE predicted standings Chicago Blackhawks Anaheim Ducks … Continue reading

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30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: Dynasty Continues with the Hawks

30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: Dynasty Continues with the Hawks

By Antoine Mathieu, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine QUEBEC CITY, QC. — Now that I’ve concluded the Eastern Conference, I will reveal my Western Conference predictions! 2014-15 WESTERN CONFERENCE predicted standings Chicago Blackhawks The Hawks have been one … Continue reading

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30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: Rebuild with Reinhart, McDavid

30 NHL Teams in 30 Days: Rebuild with Reinhart, McDavid

By Antoine Mathieu, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine QUEBEC CITY, QC. — Today, I reveal my final team in the Eastern Conference. Tampa Bay Lightning Columbus Blue Jackets Boston Bruins Pittsburgh Penguins New York Rangers Montreal Canadiens New Jersey … Continue reading

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Player Features

Tom Gilbert: An Unsung Hero

Tom Gilbert: An Unsung Hero

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. – I initially nixed the idea of calling this article “Unsung Hero” thinking that calling Montreal Canadiens defenceman Tom Gilbert a “hero” was a bit overblown. So, the next option for a … Continue reading

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Lars Eller : Prime Time Player?

Lars Eller : Prime Time Player?

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. – With eleven games left to the regular season, this is the period when great players start to elevate their game to the next level, in preparation for the playoffs. … Continue reading

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A Slow Start for Devante Smith-Pelly

A Slow Start for Devante Smith-Pelly

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Let’s start by declaring that I am not ready to give up on Devante Smith-Pelly, yet. (How’s that for an opening?) Needless to say, Smith-Pelly’s first 10 games with … Continue reading

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Habs Defenceman Greg Pateryn Fills a Need

Habs Defenceman Greg Pateryn Fills a Need

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Greg Pateryn fills a need on the Habs defense. Playing to his potential, Pateryn can offers toughness and stability on the defensive end. He is what they call a typical stay-at-home … Continue reading

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The Emergence of Max Pacioretty

The Emergence of Max Pacioretty

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. – The Montreal Canadiens forwards are having a tough year scoring goals. In fact, they have combined for only 152 goals this season. Within this scoring drought, only one player is … Continue reading

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Prospects

Recap – Russia vs Canada: Gold Comes Home

Recap – Russia vs Canada: Gold Comes Home

2015 World Junior Championship | Gold Medal Final – Game 31 | Monday January 5, 2015 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON. CANADA 5-4 RUSSIA Lineup scratches: n/a Game Notes: Gold. The anatomy of a Team Canada junior championship squad has always been built around goaltending. … Continue reading

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Recap – Slovakia vs Canada: Petan Powers Canada to WJC Final

Recap – Slovakia vs Canada: Petan Powers Canada to WJC Final

2015 World Junior Championship | Semifinals – Game 28 | Sunday January 4, 2015 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON. CANADA 5-1 SLOVAKIA Lineup scratches: n/a Game Notes: Patience. Canada got an early lead at 4:27 of the first period when Nic Petan scored his … Continue reading

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Recap – Denmark vs Canada: Team Canada to Meet Slovakia in WJC Semifinal

Recap – Denmark vs Canada: Team Canada to Meet Slovakia in WJC Semifinal

2015 World Junior Championship | Quarterfinals – Game 25 | Friday January 2, 2015 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON. CANADA 8-0 DENMARK Lineup scratches: n/a Game Notes: Depth. On a night when the Domi – Reinhart – Duclair line was less in the spotlight, … Continue reading

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Recap – USA vs Canada: Domi Leads Canada to Top Spot in Group A

Recap – USA vs Canada: Domi Leads Canada to Top Spot in Group A

2015 World Junior Championship | Preliminary Round – Group A, Game 18 | Wednesday December 31, 2014 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADA 5-3 UNITED STATES Lineup scratches: n/a Game Notes: Under pressure. The Americans came out strong, but the Canadians withstood the onslaught, … Continue reading

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Recap – Finland vs Canada: Reinhart, Domi Power Canadians

Recap – Finland vs Canada: Reinhart, Domi Power Canadians

2015 World Junior Championship | Preliminary Round – Group A, Game 14 | Monday December 29, 2014 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADA 4-1 FINLAND Game Notes:Solid effort. It was Canada’s toughest test of the tournament to date. Both teams played a hi-tempo game … Continue reading

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Entry Draft

A Little Summer, Culture and Hockey

A Little Summer, Culture and Hockey

We continue to receive response from our group that made the trek to Philadelphia to attend the NHL Entry Draft a few weeks ago. It was truly a memorable event. We have published some of the reaction from some of … Continue reading

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Fan Focus: Angie Goes to the Draft

Fan Focus: Angie Goes to the Draft

by Ainsley Smith, Staff Writer,  All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. —  The 2014 NHL draft kicked off in the city of brotherly love, and two young brothers from Montreal had the opportunity to take it all in, with the hopes of … Continue reading

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Fan Focus on Angie: A Habs Fan, a Hockey Mom

Fan Focus on Angie: A Habs Fan, a Hockey Mom

by Ainsley Smith, Staff Writer  All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. — It’s challenging enough for two working parents to be able to afford putting their children through extra-curricular sports and activities and providing them with all of their everyday … Continue reading

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Unforgettable, My Journey to the 2014 NHL Entry Draft

Unforgettable, My Journey to the 2014 NHL Entry Draft

“Are You Allowed to Wear that Jersey Here?” By Shannon Penfound, Special to All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend the 2014 NHL Draft in Philadelphia with All Habs Hockey Magazine. I’ve … Continue reading

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2014 NHL Entry Draft Tracker

2014 NHL Entry Draft Tracker

2014 NHL Draft First Round Pick   Team Player Selected 1 Florida Panthers Aaron Ekblad 2 Buffalo Sabres  Sam Reinhart 3 Edmonton Oilers Leon Draisaitl 4 Calgary Flames  Sam Bennett 5 New York Islanders  Michael Dal Colle 6 Vancouver Canucks … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It...

The Role of Heckling in Professional Sport

The Role of Heckling in Professional Sport

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — On Thursday evening, the Winnipeg Jets hosted the Montreal Canadiens for the first and only time this regular season. You can read a recap here. I was fortunate … Continue reading

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Habs360 Podcast: Preparing For The Final Stretch [AUDIO]

Check Out Sports Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Habs360 on BlogTalkRadio

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (March 28th) of the Habs360 podcast was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Peter (@PeterGalanos). This week’s topics: Canadiens surpass the 100 point mark. How can the … Continue reading

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Game Day – Panthers vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Panthers vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1982 – Wayne Gretzky scored his 92nd goal of the season, an NHL record, as the Oilers won 6-2 at Los Angeles. Matchup Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | March 28, 7:00 PM ET | TV: TVA, … Continue reading

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Recap – Canadiens vs Jets: Habs Can’t Compete Without Their MVP

Recap – Canadiens vs Jets: Habs Can’t Compete Without Their MVP

Game 75, Away Game 38 | Thursday March 26, 2015 MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB. CANADIENS Montreal 2-5 JETS Winnipeg Lineup scratches:  Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Brian Flynn, Manny Malhotra, Tom Gilbert (upper-body)  Injured reserve:   Game Report So the Canadiens got … Continue reading

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Game Day – Canadiens vs Jets : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Canadiens vs Jets : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1919 – In the longest game in Stanley Cup Finals history, the Montreal Canadiens and Seattle Metropolitans played 100 minutes of overtime without scoring a goal. It was the first 0-0 tie in NHL playoff … Continue reading

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Headlines: Practice Notes, Hart Trophy, First Round Matchups, Max67, Price

Headlines: Practice Notes, Hart Trophy, First Round Matchups, Max67, Price

All Habs Headlines: Wednesday March 25, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1980 –  Montreal’s Pierre Larouche became the first player in NHL history to score 50 goals with two different NHL teams. He notched #50 for the Canadiens in an … Continue reading

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Recap – Canadiens vs Predators: Preds ‘Execute One More Play’ for OT Win

Recap – Canadiens vs Predators: Preds ‘Execute One More Play’ for OT Win

Game 74, Away Game 37 | Tuesday March 24, 2015 Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN. CANADIENS Montreal 2-3 PREDATORS Nashville Lineup scratches:  Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Brian Flynn, Manny Malhotra, Tom Gilbert (upper-body)  Injured reserve:   Game Report Which was your favorite … Continue reading

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Tom Gilbert: An Unsung Hero

Tom Gilbert: An Unsung Hero

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. – I initially nixed the idea of calling this article “Unsung Hero” thinking that calling Montreal Canadiens defenceman Tom Gilbert a “hero” was a bit overblown. So, the next option for a … Continue reading

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Game Day – Canadiens vs Predators : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Canadiens vs Predators : Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1936 – Mud Bruneteau scored as Detroit beat the Montreal Maroons 1-0 at 116:30 of overtime — 5 hours and 51 minutes after the opening faceoff, in the longest game in NHL history. Matchup … Continue reading

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Rewind – Hot Plays of Week 24: Price to the Rescue With Two Shutouts

Rewind – Hot Plays of Week 24: Price to the Rescue With Two Shutouts

by Amy Johnson, Video Editor/Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC – Need to get caught up on Habs highlights? Want to relive the memorable moments of the past week? Then All Habs Rewind is for you. Every week watch … Continue reading

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