All Habs News

HEADLINES | Beaulieu, Desharnais, Barberio, Lucic, Phaneuf, more

HEADLINES | Beaulieu, Desharnais, Barberio, Lucic, Phaneuf, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday February 11, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1925 — Georges Vezina became the first goaltender in Montreal Canadiens’ history to win 100 career NHL games, as the Canadiens won 10-3 over the visiting Ottawa Senators.  1971 — … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Game Day, Price, Carbonneau, Pacioretty, Cournoyer, more

HEADLINES | Game Day, Price, Carbonneau, Pacioretty, Cournoyer, more

All Habs Headlines: Saturday February 6, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1943 — Montreal’s Ray Getliffe scored five goals and an assist to lead the Canadiens to an 8-3 win against Boston.  1990 — Brett Hull scored his 50th goal of … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Game Day, Price, Subban, Drouin, Prust, more

HEADLINES | Game Day, Price, Subban, Drouin, Prust, more

All Habs Headlines: Tuesday February 3, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1962 — New York’s rookie goalie Dave Dryden made his NHL debut, when he replaced injured Rangers’ goalie Gump Worsley, in the second period of a 4-1 loss at Toronto. … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Subban, IceCaps, Carbonneau, Kovalev, Bergevin, more

HEADLINES | Subban, IceCaps, Carbonneau, Kovalev, Bergevin, more

All Habs Headlines: Sunday January 31, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1920 — Quebec’s Joe Malone set an NHL record with seven goals in a 10-6 win against Toronto.  1923 — Canadiens beat Hamilton 5-4 in Montreal, in the first … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | IceCaps, Ellis, Scrivens, De La Rose, Carr, Weise, more

HEADLINES | IceCaps, Ellis, Scrivens, De La Rose, Carr, Weise, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday January 28, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1988 — New York’s Marcel Dionne became the first player in NHL history to get 20 goals in each of his first 17 seasons.  1989 — Bernie Nicholls scored … Continue reading

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Features

What is the Habs’ Plan for the Trade Deadline?

What is the Habs’ Plan for the Trade Deadline?

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — With just six games left until the February 29 trade deadline, the Montreal Canadiens find themselves in quite the predicament. They are just a few points out … Continue reading

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OPINION | Habs (Mis)Managing Their Youth

OPINION | Habs (Mis)Managing Their Youth

  by Michael Ham-Fan, Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — The Montreal Canadiens are 5-20-1 in their last 26 games. During that period, they have only managed to score 1.7 goals per game on average. With their star goaltender … Continue reading

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Habs Development Of Alex Galchenyuk

Habs Development Of Alex Galchenyuk

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON — The Montreal Canadiens awful 2011-’12 season led them to be selecting third overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. As the draft approached, rumors were flying that the Canadiens could … Continue reading

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OPINION | Habs Should Consider Trading the Core, Including Carey Price

OPINION | Habs Should Consider Trading the Core, Including Carey Price

by Marc Lescoutre , Vodcast Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — The Montreal Canadiens’ season is in shambles. After a hot start, the Habs didn’t just fall back down to reality, they plummeted into the realm of disaster. … Continue reading

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FEATURE | The Most Positive Habs Story You’ll Read

FEATURE | The Most Positive Habs Story You’ll Read

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine QUEBEC CITY, QC. — The Habs stink. They are terrible (well, right now, anyway). And this historic landslide has been tough on fans. My social media feeds read like it’s … Continue reading

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Game Day / Weekly Forecast

GAME DAY | Canadiens – Sabres: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Canadiens – Sabres: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Michel Therrien: “We can’t look too [far] ahead, we’re focusing on one game at a time. We still understand where we’re at, still understand that there’s going to be a lot of hockey to be played and … Continue reading

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GAME DAY | Lightning – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Lightning – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Sven Andrighetto on his recent call-up: Every call-up is a chance. You’ve got to show yourself every single game. You’re just as good as your last game. Obviously, it’s a great opportunity, I’ve learned to take things … Continue reading

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GAME DAY | Hurricanes – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Hurricanes – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes P. K. Subban on last night’s game versus the Oilers: “We’ve played a lot of hockey games this year where we’ve played well, we’ve played the system exactly the way that we wanted to, we created scoring … Continue reading

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GAME DAY | Oilers – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Oilers – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Michel Therrien on the Canadiens’ injured goaltender, Carey Price:  “When he’s going to come to the next stage of his rehab, I will let you know and I will be more than happy to let you … Continue reading

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GAME DAY | Sabres – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Sabres – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Rookie Jack Eichel had this to say about his new teams past performance this season and what they plan to do going forward: “Win one game at a time, that’s all you can do,  you can only … Continue reading

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Game Reports

RECAP | Canadiens – Sabres: Habs Playoffs Slipping Away

RECAP | Canadiens – Sabres: Habs Playoffs Slipping Away

Game 56, Away Game 28 | Friday February 12, 2016  First Niagara Center, Buffalo, NY. CANADIENS Montreal 4-6 SABRES Buffalo Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Scrivens Condon Scratches: Nathan Beaulieu, Jacob De la Rose Injured reserve:  Carey Price, … Continue reading

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RECAP | Lightning – Canadiens: Plekanec Leads Habs to Third Straight Win

RECAP | Lightning – Canadiens: Plekanec Leads Habs to Third Straight Win

Game 55, Home Game 28 | Tuesday February 9, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 4-2 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Scrivens Condon Scratches: Greg Pateryn, Jeff Petry Injured reserve:  Carey Price, Paul Byron, Daniel Carr, Lucas Lessio … Continue reading

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RECAP | Hurricanes – Canadiens: A Weekend of Hope

RECAP | Hurricanes – Canadiens: A Weekend of Hope

Game 54, Home Game 27 | Sunday February 7, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 2-1 HURRICANES Carolina Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Scrivens Condon Scratches: Greg Pateryn, Nathan Beaulieu Injured reserve:  Carey Price, Paul Byron, Daniel Carr, Lucas Lessio Game … Continue reading

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RECAP | Oilers – Canadiens: Plekanec Leads Habs to Matinee Win

RECAP | Oilers – Canadiens: Plekanec Leads Habs to Matinee Win

Game 53, Home Game 26 | Saturday February 6, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 5-1 OILERS Edmonton Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Scrivens Condon Scratches: Greg Pateryn, Nathan Beaulieu Injured reserve:  Carey Price, Paul Byron, Daniel Carr, Lucas Lessio Game … Continue reading

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RECAP | Sabres – Canadiens: Fragile Habs Find a Way to Lose

RECAP | Sabres – Canadiens: Fragile Habs Find a Way to Lose

Game 52, Home Game 25 | Wednesday February 3, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 2-4 SABRES Buffalo Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Condon Scrivens Scratches: Greg Pateryn, Mark Barberio, Lucas Lessio Injured reserve:  Carey Price, Paul Byron, Daniel Carr … Continue reading

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All About the Fans

GUEST POST | My Opinion on Your Opinions Regarding Michel Therrien

GUEST POST | My Opinion on Your Opinions Regarding Michel Therrien

All Habs Hockey Magazine is proud to provide a platform for guest writers to express their views on current issues. Today, we present a fan piece on differing fan perspectives on coach Michel Therrien.  Your comments are welcome. by Jeff Dawson, Guest … Continue reading

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What to Do With Michel Therrien?

What to Do With Michel Therrien?

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Should Michel Therrien be fired? It’s a question Canadiens’ fans seem to be asking themselves as of late. Therrien was a defenseman in the American Hockey League where … Continue reading

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CWHL | A Stride in the Right Direction

CWHL | A Stride in the Right Direction

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine When I was young, I believed that hockey skates were for boys and that girls were supposed to wear figure skates. Once my parents finally convinced me to lace up a … Continue reading

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MAILBAG | Your Questions on Defense, Therrien, Bergevin, Team Canada WJC

MAILBAG | Your Questions on Defense, Therrien, Bergevin, Team Canada WJC

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. – With the Canadiens coming off an awful month of December, seeing the team rack up only three wins, everyone seems on edge, particularly a big part of the … Continue reading

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HABS NEWS | Battling Through Injuries

HABS NEWS | Battling Through Injuries

All Habs Hockey Magazine is proud to provide a platform for young writers to express their views on important issues. Today, we present a fan piece on Canadiens injuries. Your comments are welcome. by Dean Matheos, Junior Staff Writer, All Habs … Continue reading

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Videos / Podcasts

Habs360 | Valentines Edition: What Do You Love About the Habs? [Podcast]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (#167) of the Habs360 podcast is hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Rick (@AllHabs) LIVE on Saturday, February 13th at 2:00 pm. ET. This week’s topics: Valentine’s weekend edition: … Continue reading

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Habs Banter | Episode 3, P.K. Moves Like Jagr (Podcast)

Habs Banter | Episode 3, P.K. Moves Like Jagr (Podcast)

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine Sports injury expert and Managing Editor of Fanduel.com, Will Carroll joined hosts Corey Desormeaux and Marc Lescoutre to provide some insight into Carey Price’s injury situation, and All Habs Hockey Magazine … Continue reading

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Habs360 | All The Habs Do Is Lose [AUDIO]

Habs360 | All The Habs Do Is Lose [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (#166) of the Habs360 podcast is hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Rick (@AllHabs) LIVE on Saturday, February 6th at 12:30 pm. ET. This week’s topics: All the … Continue reading

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Habs360 | Will The Break Help The Habs? [AUDIO]

Habs360 | Will The Break Help The Habs? [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (#165) of the Habs360 podcast is hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Rick (@AllHabs) LIVE on Saturday, January 30th at 2 pm. ET. This week’s topics: Canadiens keep … Continue reading

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Habs Banter | Episode 2, Plizzanet Habs (Podcast)

Habs Banter | Episode 2, Plizzanet Habs (Podcast)

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine Co-hosts Corey Desormeaux & Marc Lescoutre play “What’s that Word”, discuss various topics surrounding the Habs including the Jarred Tinordi trade, Michel Therrien staying put and whether Marc Bergevin will … Continue reading

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Hockey / NHL News

NHL / NHLPA Announce 2016 World Cup of Hockey Schedule

NHL / NHLPA Announce 2016 World Cup of Hockey Schedule

2016 World Cup of Hockey schedule announced Finalists will vie for championship in best-of-three series; Tickets go on sale Oct. 14 NHL.com Media Release TORONTO (NHL.com) — The National Hockey League (NHL®) and the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) … Continue reading

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NHL, MLBAM Form Digital Media Partnership

NHL, MLBAM Form Digital Media Partnership

by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine LAVAL, QC – On Tuesday, the National Hockey League (NHL) and Major League Baseball Advance Media (MLBAM) announced a six-year digital media rights partnership. The financial terms of the partnership were not … Continue reading

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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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Player Features

HABS BIO | Prospect Graduates, The Sven Andrighetto Effect

HABS BIO | Prospect Graduates, The Sven Andrighetto Effect

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — The absence of perpetual spark-plug Brendan Gallagher from the Canadiens’ lineup has been hard on the team’s goal differential, to say the least. But something constructive did ascend out … Continue reading

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HABS BIO | Charles Hudon Earns An Opportunity

HABS BIO | Charles Hudon Earns An Opportunity

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — The 122nd pick of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, Charles Hudon, became the latest player from the draft to earn an NHL call up this season. The Canadiens announced on … Continue reading

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What Should the Canadiens Do With Jarred Tinordi?

What Should the Canadiens Do With Jarred Tinordi?

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — The nightmare surrounding former Canadiens first-round pick Louis Leblanc finally ended when he was dispatched to Anaheim (for no return) in June 2014. But there’s another first round pick … Continue reading

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Habs David Desharnais, Working to Prove Critics Wrong

Habs David Desharnais, Working to Prove Critics Wrong

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON — Twenty-nine year old, 5-foot-7-inch centre David Desharnais has faced a ton of adversity throughout his entire career. From my observations, every time he has been knocked down he got right … Continue reading

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Player Report: Encouraging Signs At Habs Camp

Player Report: Encouraging Signs At Habs Camp

by Michael Ham-Fan, Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine     BROSSARD, QC. — In the pre-season, it is the process that is important. Results don’t necessarily matter. Team records and the statistics  in the preseason do translate to regular season sucess most … Continue reading

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Prospects

WJC PREVIEW | Meet Team Canada’s Forwards

WJC PREVIEW | Meet Team Canada’s Forwards

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — The 2016 encarnation of team Canada’s World Junior team has a debilitated forward core, comparable to last year’s Gold Medal winning edition, however a skilled one nonetheless. Matthew Barzal C/RW … Continue reading

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WJC PREVIEW | Meet Team Canada’s Defencemen

WJC PREVIEW | Meet Team Canada’s Defencemen

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — As hockey fans ardently await the commencement of another year’s World Junior Hockey Championship, here’s an introduction to Canada’s Gold Medal hopefuls on the back end. Thomas Chabot (St. … Continue reading

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Guide to the 2015 Rookie Tournament

Guide to the 2015 Rookie Tournament

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON — From September 11-13, prospects from the Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Pittsburgh Penguins and host Toronto Maple Leafs will participate in a six-game tournament. All games will take place at Budweiser Gardens … Continue reading

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A Guide to the 26 Players Attending Habs Rookie Camp

A Guide to the 26 Players Attending Habs Rookie Camp

by Michael Ham-Fan, Managing Editor, Le Magazine All Habs MONTREAL, QC. — The Montreal Canadiens are holding their annual rookie camp from September 11-16. Part one of the camp will take place in London, Ontario from September 11th to September 13th where Habs … Continue reading

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Goaltenders in the Canadiens Organization: Who Starts Where?

Goaltenders in the Canadiens Organization: Who Starts Where?

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON — On March 15th, the Montreal Canadiens announced that their AHL affiliate, the Hamilton Bulldogs, would be relocated to become the St. John’s IceCaps as the Bulldogs transition into an OHL franchise. … 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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In Case You Missed It...

What is the Habs’ Plan for the Trade Deadline?

What is the Habs’ Plan for the Trade Deadline?

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — With just six games left until the February 29 trade deadline, the Montreal Canadiens find themselves in quite the predicament. They are just a few points out … Continue reading

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Habs360 | Valentines Edition: What Do You Love About the Habs? [Podcast]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (#167) of the Habs360 podcast is hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Rick (@AllHabs) LIVE on Saturday, February 13th at 2:00 pm. ET. This week’s topics: Valentine’s weekend edition: … Continue reading

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RECAP | Canadiens – Sabres: Habs Playoffs Slipping Away

RECAP | Canadiens – Sabres: Habs Playoffs Slipping Away

Game 56, Away Game 28 | Friday February 12, 2016  First Niagara Center, Buffalo, NY. CANADIENS Montreal 4-6 SABRES Buffalo Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Scrivens Condon Scratches: Nathan Beaulieu, Jacob De la Rose Injured reserve:  Carey Price, … Continue reading

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GAME DAY | Canadiens – Sabres: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Canadiens – Sabres: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Michel Therrien: “We can’t look too [far] ahead, we’re focusing on one game at a time. We still understand where we’re at, still understand that there’s going to be a lot of hockey to be played and … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Beaulieu, Desharnais, Barberio, Lucic, Phaneuf, more

HEADLINES | Beaulieu, Desharnais, Barberio, Lucic, Phaneuf, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday February 11, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1925 — Georges Vezina became the first goaltender in Montreal Canadiens’ history to win 100 career NHL games, as the Canadiens won 10-3 over the visiting Ottawa Senators.  1971 — … Continue reading

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RECAP | Lightning – Canadiens: Plekanec Leads Habs to Third Straight Win

RECAP | Lightning – Canadiens: Plekanec Leads Habs to Third Straight Win

Game 55, Home Game 28 | Tuesday February 9, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 4-2 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Scrivens Condon Scratches: Greg Pateryn, Jeff Petry Injured reserve:  Carey Price, Paul Byron, Daniel Carr, Lucas Lessio … Continue reading

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GAME DAY | Lightning – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Lightning – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Sven Andrighetto on his recent call-up: Every call-up is a chance. You’ve got to show yourself every single game. You’re just as good as your last game. Obviously, it’s a great opportunity, I’ve learned to take things … Continue reading

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Habs Banter | Episode 3, P.K. Moves Like Jagr (Podcast)

Habs Banter | Episode 3, P.K. Moves Like Jagr (Podcast)

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine Sports injury expert and Managing Editor of Fanduel.com, Will Carroll joined hosts Corey Desormeaux and Marc Lescoutre to provide some insight into Carey Price’s injury situation, and All Habs Hockey Magazine … Continue reading

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RECAP | Hurricanes – Canadiens: A Weekend of Hope

RECAP | Hurricanes – Canadiens: A Weekend of Hope

Game 54, Home Game 27 | Sunday February 7, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 2-1 HURRICANES Carolina Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Scrivens Condon Scratches: Greg Pateryn, Nathan Beaulieu Injured reserve:  Carey Price, Paul Byron, Daniel Carr, Lucas Lessio Game … Continue reading

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GAME DAY | Hurricanes – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

GAME DAY | Hurricanes – Canadiens: Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV, Fantasy

Pre-game Notes and Quotes P. K. Subban on last night’s game versus the Oilers: “We’ve played a lot of hockey games this year where we’ve played well, we’ve played the system exactly the way that we wanted to, we created scoring … Continue reading

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