Features

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Summertime Blues or Reds or Whites

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Summertime Blues or Reds or Whites

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. — Here are a few thoughts on different topics surrounding the Habs’ and the NHL as the teams continue to work on improving their teams on time for training … Continue reading

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Habs Offense Potentially More Potent with Semin

Habs Offense Potentially More Potent with Semin

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Some have been asking for it, others have been on the fence, wanting to wait until training camp to see what young guys could do. Either way, the announcement of Alexander … Continue reading

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Can Habs Repeat as Atlantic Division Champs?

Can Habs Repeat as Atlantic Division Champs?

by Andrew Giesbrecht, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG — The Montreal Canadiens were an interesting team to follow last year. The Habs looked lost at many times during the season, especially on offense. Somehow, through … Continue reading

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In Defense of Carey Price

In Defense of Carey Price

By Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — There has never been a better time to be a sports fan.  New media sources like ours provide readers with more information and analysis than they have ever had before. … Continue reading

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The 71 Million Dollar Question: What to Make of the Habs This October?

The 71 Million Dollar Question: What to Make of the Habs This October?

by Andrew Giesbrecht, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. – There have been some great articles written over the past few weeks from some of the All Habs team on the ongoing Canadiens development camp, … Continue reading

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All Habs News

Headlines: Price, Pacioretty, Subban, Lehkonen, Bennett, more

Headlines: Price, Pacioretty, Subban, Lehkonen, Bennett, more

All Habs Headlines: Sunday July 26, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1951 — Former Buffalo Sabres left winger Rick Martin born in Verdun, Quebec.  1989 — After spending 17 seasons with the Canadiens, free agent Larry Robinson signed a three-year … Continue reading

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Canadiens Sign Daniel Audette to Three-Year Entry-level Contract

Canadiens Sign Daniel Audette to Three-Year Entry-level Contract

Canadiens agree to terms on a three-year contract with Daniel Audette Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Friday that the team has agreed to terms on a three-year, entry level contract (2015-16 … Continue reading

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Canadiens Sign Forward Alexander Semin to One-Year Contract

Canadiens Sign Forward Alexander Semin to One-Year Contract

Semin signed to a one-year deal at $1.1 million. Canadiens agree to terms on a one-year contract with free agent Alexander Semin Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Friday that the team has … Continue reading

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Headlines: Waite on Price, Gallagher Shares Thoughts, Sopel, Timonen, more

Headlines: Waite on Price, Gallagher Shares Thoughts, Sopel, Timonen, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday July 23, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1994 — The Chicago Blackhawks signed Bob Probert. 1997 — Phoenix Coyotes signed free agent Rick Tocchet. Stay informed with All Habs Headlines, everything you need to … Continue reading

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Headlines: Price, Eller, Brule, Reway, Lecavalier, Galiev, more

Headlines: Price, Eller, Brule, Reway, Lecavalier, Galiev, more

All Habs Headlines: Tuesday July 21, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1996 — The New York Rangers signed free agent forward Wayne Gretzky. 1997 — Buffalo Sabres named Lindy Ruff as their new head coach. 1998 — Calgary … Continue reading

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Videos / Podcasts

P.K. Subban Plays Street Hockey [VIDEO]

P.K. Subban Plays Street Hockey [VIDEO]

MONTREAL, QC. — As reported by BuzzFeed Sports, P.K. Subban was out for dinner on Sunday night at a restaurant in lower Westmount. When he saw some kids playing street hockey, Subban decided to join in. Once the group found … Continue reading

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Habs360 Podcast: Best Moments Of Second Half Of Season [AUDIO]

Habs360 Podcast: Best Moments Of Second Half Of Season [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — In this episode, we look back at some of the best moments of the second half the 2014-15 season of the @Habs360 podcast. Topics: TSN’s Chris Cuthbert (@CCtsn ) joined to talk … Continue reading

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Habs360 Podcast: Canadiens Off-Season Action Plan [AUDIO]

Habs360 Podcast: Canadiens Off-Season Action Plan [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine The Habs360 podcast 2014-15 Canadiens season in review was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Peter (@PeterGalanos). Topics: Review of the Canadiens season and playoff run Will Alex Galchenyuk ever play at centre? … Continue reading

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Habs360 Podcast: Canadiens Fall Short  [AUDIO]

Habs360 Podcast: Canadiens Fall Short [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (May 16th) of the Habs360 podcast was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Rick (@All_Habs). This week’s topics: Canadiens not able to recover from a 3-0 deficit … Continue reading

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TSN’s Chris Cuthbert Joins the Habs360 Podcast [AUDIO]

TSN’s Chris Cuthbert Joins the Habs360 Podcast [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (May 9th) of the Habs360 podcast was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Rick (@All_Habs). This week’s topics: TSN’s Chris Cuthbert (@CCtsn ) joined to discuss the series. Canadiens staying … Continue reading

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All About the Fans

All Habs Mailbag: Your Questions About Kassian, Bergevin, Carr, Therrien

All Habs Mailbag: Your Questions About Kassian, Bergevin, Carr, Therrien

by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine LAVAL, QC– The biggest news in the hockey world this week, was the announcement that the Leafs have hired Lou Lamoriello as their new General Manager. Anyone care? I don’t! This week, I … Continue reading

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Crazy Eight – Mind Boggling Questions About the Habs

Crazy Eight – Mind Boggling Questions About the Habs

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Here at All Habs Hockey Magazine, we are fortunate enough to have writers with a broad array of perspectives, who contribute an even wider variety of articles and materials to entertain us, … Continue reading

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All Habs Mailbag: Eller, Reway, Defense, Untouchables

All Habs Mailbag: Eller, Reway, Defense, Untouchables

by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine LAVAL, QC– It is mid-July, but as we all know that there is no off-season in the NHL. Over the last couple of days, Montreal Canadiens GM,  Marc Bergevin, announced that Ryan Johnston, … Continue reading

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Habs Devante Smith-Pelly at Upcoming Ball Hockey Tournament

Habs Devante Smith-Pelly at Upcoming Ball Hockey Tournament

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine OWEN SOUND, ON. — The Canadiens’ players are continuing to give back to their communities. Forward, Devante Smith-Pelly, will be joining Zac Rinaldo’s (Boston Bruins) charity ball hockey tournament in Hamilton … Continue reading

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A Small Price to Meet Price for Habs Fans

A Small Price to Meet Price for Habs Fans

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine OWEN SOUND, ON. — A chance to meet your idol is not an opportunity most of us would pass up. You could tell the person how much you look up to … Continue reading

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Hockey / NHL News

Rangers and Ducks Trade Wingers

Rangers and Ducks Trade Wingers

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. – The New York Rangers have traded Carl Hagelin and picks 59 and 179 in exchange for Emerson Etem and pick 41. Picks aside, this seems like a trade … Continue reading

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Ryan O’Reilly, Jamie McGinn Are Heading to Buffalo

Ryan O’Reilly, Jamie McGinn Are Heading to Buffalo

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. – The writing has been on the wall for a while and everyone was expecting the Colorado Avalanche to trade Ryan O’Reilly. Minutes before the Draft, Tim Murray and … Continue reading

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Bruins Unload Milan Lucic to Kings

Bruins Unload Milan Lucic to Kings

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. – It’s been a busy couple of days so far for Bruins’ General Manager Don Sweeney. After trading the rights of Carl Soderberg to the Colorado Avalanche, and trading … Continue reading

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Bruins Trade Dougie Hamilton to Flames

Bruins Trade Dougie Hamilton to Flames

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. – Everyone was expecting the Boston Bruins to pull the trigger today but they have surprised many when they traded stud defenseman Dougie Hamilton to the Calgary Flames. In … Continue reading

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Senators Trade Lehner, Legwand to Sabres

Senators Trade Lehner, Legwand to Sabres

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine   PENTICTON, BC. – The Buffalo Sabres did not waste any time to address their problems in goal when they traded the 21st pick overall to acquire goaltender Robin Lehner from … Continue reading

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Player Features

Alexander Semin : Low Risk for a High Reward?

Alexander Semin : Low Risk for a High Reward?

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC- The Montreal Canadiens have signed right-winger Alexander Semin to a one year contract for $1.1 million. At 31 years old, Semin is coming off is disastrous season where he only put … Continue reading

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Sven Andrighetto: Will He Get a Look at the NHL Level?

Sven Andrighetto: Will He Get a Look at the NHL Level?

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. — Diminutive Swiss forward Sven Andrighetto split some time in 2014-’15 between the Montreal Canadiens and the Hamilton Bulldogs. During his first three games alongside Tomas Plekanec, Andrighetto had two goals and one … 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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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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Prospects

Canadiens Sign Defenseman Jarred Tinordi to One-year Deal

Canadiens Sign Defenseman Jarred Tinordi to One-year Deal

Canadiens agree to terms on a one-year contract with defenseman Jarred Tinordi Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Wednesday that defenseman Jarred Tinordi has agreed to terms on a one-year, two way … Continue reading

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Top 10: Who are the Best Canadiens Prospects?

Top 10: Who are the Best Canadiens Prospects?

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. — Development camp was a big shot for the youngsters looking to impress GM Marc Bergevin and staff in hopes of receiving a professional contract offer however it was also a … Continue reading

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Habs Development Camp – Day 5

Habs Development Camp – Day 5

By Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief, All Habs Hockey Magazine BROSSARD, QC. —  The big news of Day 5 was Markus Eisenschmid did not score a goal. The tryout from the Medicine Hat Tigers had scored four times in the first two scrimmages. In … Continue reading

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Habs Development Camp – Day 4

Habs Development Camp – Day 4

By Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief, All Habs Hockey Magazine BROSSARD, QC. — As we discussed yesterday, development camp scrimmages are meaningless. Right? But it was fun to watch the offensive skills of the elusive Daniel Audette who scored twice for Team Red … Continue reading

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Habs Development Camp – Day 3

Habs Development Camp – Day 3

By Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief, All Habs Hockey Magazine BROSSARD, QC. — Sure, it’s fun for Habs fans to watch future stars of the team perform drills and it’s awesome to get autographs from their new favorite players. But, in a city … Continue reading

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Entry Draft

Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Seventh Round Pick, Jeremiah Addison

Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Seventh Round Pick, Jeremiah Addison

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine With their seventh round selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, 207th overall, the Montreal Canadiens select: Jeremiah Addison, LW, Ottawa (OHL) 6-0, 182 lbs., Shoots L, Brampton, ON RANKING: No. … Continue reading

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Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Sixth Round Pick, Simon Bourque

Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Sixth Round Pick, Simon Bourque

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine With their sixth round selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, 177th overall, the Montreal Canadiens select: Simon Bourque, D, Rimouski (QMJHL) 6-0, 184 lbs., Shoots L, Longueuil, QC RANKING: No. … Continue reading

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Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Fifth Round Pick, Matthew Bradley

Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Fifth Round Pick, Matthew Bradley

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine With their fifth round selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, 131st overall, the Montreal Canadiens select: Matthew Bradley, C, Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) 5-11, 187 lbs., Shoots R, Vancouver, BC … Continue reading

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Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Third Round Pick, Lukas Vejdemo

Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 Third Round Pick, Lukas Vejdemo

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine With their third round selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, 87th overall, the Montreal Canadiens select: Lukas Vejdemo, C, Djurgården j20 (SHL) 6-2, 194 lbs., Shoots L, Sweden RANKING: No. … Continue reading

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Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 First Round Pick, Noah Juulsen

Instant Analysis: Habs 2015 First Round Pick, Noah Juulsen

by Andrew Giesbrecht, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine With their first round selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, 26th overall, the Montreal Canadiens select: Noah Juulsen, D, Everett (WHL) 6-1, 176 lbs., Shoots R, Canada TSN: … Continue reading

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Game Day / Weekly Forecast

Game Day: Canadiens vs Lightning – Game 6 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Canadiens vs Lightning – Game 6 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Steven Stamkos- “We were up 3-0 and they found a way. These guys did the same thing in round one, they were up 3-0, Ottawa won two games, they took care of business in Game 6. … Continue reading

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Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 5 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 5 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Max Pacioretty – “This group won three out of four elimination games in the playoffs last year, so we knew what to expect and we played with that desperation we needed to have,” Jeff Petry – … Continue reading

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Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 4 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 4 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes The Lightning have now beaten the Canadiens in all eight matches this season. Jon Cooper on Tyler Johnson’s last second heroics:”I don’t know if there’s many more adjectives I can use. Simply amazing!” The Lightning went almost … Continue reading

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Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 3 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 3 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes P.K. Subban: “That’s where our focus has got to be, and after that we’ll worry about everything else, but there’s no doubt in my mind if we come out with the right effort we’re going to … Continue reading

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Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 2 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Lightning vs Canadiens – Game 2 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Matt Carle: “I think we can really take a stranglehold on this series. We have a really good opportunity to go up 2-0 and grab two wins out of their building.” Michel Therrien: “We know what … Continue reading

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Game Reports

Game 6 Recap – Canadiens vs Lightning: That Empty Feeling

Game 6 Recap – Canadiens vs Lightning: That Empty Feeling

Eastern Conference Semifinal Game 6 | Tuesday May 12, 2015 | Tampa wins series 4-2 Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL. CANADIENS Montreal 1-4 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup scratches:  Manny Malhotra, Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Greg Pateryn, Brian Flynn, Joey MacDonald  Injured reserve:   … Continue reading

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Game 5 Recap – Lightning vs Canadiens : They’ll Call it The Save

Game 5 Recap – Lightning vs Canadiens : They’ll Call it The Save

Eastern Conference Semifinal Game 5 | Saturday May 9, 2015 | Lightning lead series 3-2 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 2-1 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup scratches:  Manny Malhotra, Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Greg Pateryn, Brian Flynn, Joey MacDonald  Injured … Continue reading

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Game 4 Recap – Canadiens vs Lightning: One Win at a Time

Game 4 Recap – Canadiens vs Lightning: One Win at a Time

Eastern Conference Semifinal Game 4 | Thursday May 7, 2015 | Lightning lead series 3-1 Amalie Arena, Sunrise, FL. CANADIENS Montreal 6-2 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup scratches:  Manny Malhotra, Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Nathan Beaulieu (upper-body), Brian Flynn, Joey MacDonald  Injured … Continue reading

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Game 3 Recap – Canadiens vs Lightning: This One Hurt

Game 3 Recap – Canadiens vs Lightning: This One Hurt

Eastern Conference Semifinal Game 3 | Wednesday May 6, 2015 | Lightning lead series 3-0 Amalie Arena, Sunrise, FL. CANADIENS Montreal 1-2 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup scratches:  Manny Malhotra, Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Nathan Beaulieu (upper-body), Brian Flynn, Joey MacDonald  Injured … Continue reading

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Game 2 Recap – Lightning vs Canadiens: Bolts Unleash Power-play, Habs Down 2-0

Game 2 Recap – Lightning vs Canadiens: Bolts Unleash Power-play, Habs Down 2-0

Eastern Conference Semifinal Game 2 | Sunday May 3, 2015 | Lightning lead series 2-0 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 2-6 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup scratches:  Manny Malhotra, Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Nathan Beaulieu (upper-body), David Desharnais (flu), Joey MacDonald  … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It...

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Summertime Blues or Reds or Whites

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Summertime Blues or Reds or Whites

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. — Here are a few thoughts on different topics surrounding the Habs’ and the NHL as the teams continue to work on improving their teams on time for training … Continue reading

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Headlines: Price, Pacioretty, Subban, Lehkonen, Bennett, more

Headlines: Price, Pacioretty, Subban, Lehkonen, Bennett, more

All Habs Headlines: Sunday July 26, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1951 — Former Buffalo Sabres left winger Rick Martin born in Verdun, Quebec.  1989 — After spending 17 seasons with the Canadiens, free agent Larry Robinson signed a three-year … Continue reading

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Habs Offense Potentially More Potent with Semin

Habs Offense Potentially More Potent with Semin

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Some have been asking for it, others have been on the fence, wanting to wait until training camp to see what young guys could do. Either way, the announcement of Alexander … Continue reading

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Canadiens Sign Daniel Audette to Three-Year Entry-level Contract

Canadiens Sign Daniel Audette to Three-Year Entry-level Contract

Canadiens agree to terms on a three-year contract with Daniel Audette Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Friday that the team has agreed to terms on a three-year, entry level contract (2015-16 … Continue reading

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Can Habs Repeat as Atlantic Division Champs?

Can Habs Repeat as Atlantic Division Champs?

by Andrew Giesbrecht, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG — The Montreal Canadiens were an interesting team to follow last year. The Habs looked lost at many times during the season, especially on offense. Somehow, through … Continue reading

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Alexander Semin : Low Risk for a High Reward?

Alexander Semin : Low Risk for a High Reward?

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC- The Montreal Canadiens have signed right-winger Alexander Semin to a one year contract for $1.1 million. At 31 years old, Semin is coming off is disastrous season where he only put … Continue reading

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Canadiens Sign Forward Alexander Semin to One-Year Contract

Canadiens Sign Forward Alexander Semin to One-Year Contract

Semin signed to a one-year deal at $1.1 million. Canadiens agree to terms on a one-year contract with free agent Alexander Semin Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Friday that the team has … Continue reading

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In Defense of Carey Price

In Defense of Carey Price

By Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — There has never been a better time to be a sports fan.  New media sources like ours provide readers with more information and analysis than they have ever had before. … Continue reading

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All Habs Mailbag: Your Questions About Kassian, Bergevin, Carr, Therrien

All Habs Mailbag: Your Questions About Kassian, Bergevin, Carr, Therrien

by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine LAVAL, QC– The biggest news in the hockey world this week, was the announcement that the Leafs have hired Lou Lamoriello as their new General Manager. Anyone care? I don’t! This week, I … Continue reading

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Sven Andrighetto: Will He Get a Look at the NHL Level?

Sven Andrighetto: Will He Get a Look at the NHL Level?

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. — Diminutive Swiss forward Sven Andrighetto split some time in 2014-’15 between the Montreal Canadiens and the Hamilton Bulldogs. During his first three games alongside Tomas Plekanec, Andrighetto had two goals and one … Continue reading

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