All Habs News

HEADLINES | Weber, Price, Crawford, Leblanc, Brière, Trouba, more

HEADLINES | Weber, Price, Crawford, Leblanc, Brière, Trouba, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday August 25, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1938 — Montreal Maroons’ franchise suspended operation as an NHL franchise. 1939 — The Canadiens named Albert “Babe” Siebert as their new head coach. 1944 — Long-time Canadiens … Continue reading

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Canadiens Appoint Eric Crawford As Director of Pro Scouting

Canadiens Appoint Eric Crawford As Director of Pro Scouting

Eric Crawford named director of pro scouting Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL — Eric Crawford enters his second season with the Montreal Canadiens after 16 years as a member of the Vancouver Canucks, including five, from 2010-11 to 2014-2015, as … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Radulov, Trotz, Pacioretty, Enroth, Gaudreau, Tavares, Getzlaf, more

HEADLINES | Radulov, Trotz, Pacioretty, Enroth, Gaudreau, Tavares, Getzlaf, more

All Habs Headlines: Monday August 22, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1972 — The Canadiens dealt Terry Harper to the L.A. Kings for four draft picks, who ended up being Gary MacGregor, Pierre Mondou, Paul Woods and Rod Schutt. … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Andrighetto, Beaulieu, Subban, Price, Addison, more

HEADLINES | Andrighetto, Beaulieu, Subban, Price, Addison, more

All Habs Headlines: Friday August 19, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1952 — Bill Cook, Dickie Boon, Frank “Moose” Goheen, Ernie Johnson, and Mickey MacKay were all inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. 1982 — Philadelphia traded Ken … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Radulov, Price, Laval, Ovechkin, NHL 17, Hall, Hlinka, more

HEADLINES | Radulov, Price, Laval, Ovechkin, NHL 17, Hall, Hlinka, more

All Habs Headlines: Tuesday August 16, 2016  |  Happy Birthday Carey! On this day in hockey history… 1987 — Carey Price was born in Anahim Lake, British Columbia. 1949 — The Detroit Red Wings acquired Pete Babando, Jimmy Peters, Clare Martin and Lloyd Durham from … Continue reading

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Features

FEATURE | Shea Weber, More Than a Shot

FEATURE | Shea Weber, More Than a Shot

by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine Trade talks were in full effect throughout the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, and everyone in attendance, as well as everyone watching from home, took a deep breath when NHL … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead to the Canadiens New Season

Looking Ahead to the Canadiens New Season

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine HALIFAX, NS. — When last season started to fall apart, man, it really fell apart. Like boots or hearts when they start, they really fall apart. The loss of Carey Price … Continue reading

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OPINION | Habs Most Important Off-season Addition: Leadership

OPINION | Habs Most Important Off-season Addition: Leadership

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine HALIFAX, NS — Leadership means different things to different people.  Leaders are a key resource on any team.  Most teams compete more by means of their leaders than their overall skills … Continue reading

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FEATURE | Should the Canadiens Invite Brandon Prust to Training Camp?

FEATURE | Should the Canadiens Invite Brandon Prust to Training Camp?

Brandon Prust: Should The Canadiens Invite Him To Training Camp? by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine Once a fan favorite in the Montreal Canadiens lineup, Brandon Prust is now on the outside looking in, hoping … Continue reading

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FEATURE | Nail Yakupov, Possible Habs Trade Target?

FEATURE | Nail Yakupov, Possible Habs Trade Target?

FEATURE | Nail Yakupov, Possible Habs Trade Target? by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine After producing 101 points during his rookie campaign with the OHL’s Sarnia Sting, scoring 49 goals, while being named the CHL … Continue reading

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Prospects

PROSPECTS | Nikita Scherbak, Canadiens Training Camp Wildcard

PROSPECTS | Nikita Scherbak, Canadiens Training Camp Wildcard

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine HALIFAX, NS. — When Nikita Scherbak arrived in Saskatoon (Paris of the Prairies) as a WHL rookie to join the Blades, he was  unknown to many in North America, including his … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: All Habs Chats with Noah Juulsen at National Junior Evaluation Camp [AUDIO]

INTERVIEW: All Habs Chats with Noah Juulsen at National Junior Evaluation Camp [AUDIO]

by Amy Johnson, Lead Correspondent, AHL Report PLYMOUTH, MICHIGAN — Every year in early August, USA Hockey hosts a 10-day National Junior Evaluation Camp (NJEC) for them and other invited countries to assess the talent pool at their disposal for the … Continue reading

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PROSPECTS | Canadiens Development Camp – Day 5

PROSPECTS | Canadiens Development Camp – Day 5

BROSSARD, QC. — It was the final day of development camp, the final opportunity this summer for prospects to make an impression on Habs brass. That means that not only was the player’s effort ramped up, but also the intensity … Continue reading

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PROSPECTS | Canadiens Development Camp – Day 4

PROSPECTS | Canadiens Development Camp – Day 4

BROSSARD, QC. — On Wednesday, the four squads of players were reassembled into two teams. The injury list got a little longer now including Brett Lernout, Michael Pezzetta and Matthew Bradley.  In addition, NCAA players Jake Evans and Luke Ripley headed back to … Continue reading

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PROSPECTS | Canadiens Development Camp – Day 3

PROSPECTS | Canadiens Development Camp – Day 3

BROSSARD, QC. — The Canadiens prospects were back on the ice on Tuesday for drills and two scrimmages. The day before was devoted to testing, designed to evaluate speed, agility, response-time and endurance. For the newly-drafted prospects, the information gathered will be … Continue reading

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Entry Draft

DRAFT REVIEW | Did Habs Bergevin Do Enough?

DRAFT REVIEW | Did Habs Bergevin Do Enough?

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine BUFFALO, NY. — It was a busy weekend in Buffalo. The host Buffalo Sabres did a great job of getting the fans involved and providing plenty of entertainment on their waterfront … Continue reading

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DRAFT | 2016 NHL Entry Draft Tracker, Habs Picks

DRAFT | 2016 NHL Entry Draft Tracker, Habs Picks

2016 NHL Draft Tracker First Round Pick   Team Player Selected 1 Toronto Maple Leafs  Auston Matthews, Zurich (NLA) 2 Winnipeg Jets  Patrik Laine, Tappara (SML) 3 Columbus Blue Jackets  Pierre-Luc Dubois, Cape Breton (QMJHL) 4 Edmonton Oilers  Jesse Puljujarvi, … Continue reading

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DRAFT PROFILES | Canadiens Second Round Options, Defensemen

DRAFT PROFILES | Canadiens Second Round Options, Defensemen

Montreal Canadiens 2016 NHL Draft: Second Round Defensive Options by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine As the 2016 NHL Entry Draft rapidly approaches, we find ourselves striving to determine who the Habs should select with … Continue reading

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DRAFT PROFILE | Alexander Nylander, Elite Offensive Talent

DRAFT PROFILE | Alexander Nylander, Elite Offensive Talent

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — With the stockpiling of mediocre offensive talent on a Canadiens roster that has seldom stayed the same over the past quartet of seasons, the 2016 draft poses a threat to … Continue reading

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DRAFT | My 2016 NHL Mock Draft

DRAFT | My 2016 NHL Mock Draft

by Jordan Lambe, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Introducing my second annual All Habs Mock Draft! If you would like an introduction to this year’s draft and an updated source of all relevant statistics for over 90 of the top draft … Continue reading

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All About the Fans

HOCKEY PARTY | Canadiens Fans Take Halifax

HOCKEY PARTY | Canadiens Fans Take Halifax

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine HALIFAX, NS. – Our mission here at All Habs Hockey Magazine is “to build a world-wide network of Montreal Canadiens fans who are informed, engaged, entertained, and connected”. “It’s more than … Continue reading

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Habs Fans: Looking Forward to October

Habs Fans: Looking Forward to October

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Following the P.K. Subban trade to Nashville for Shea Weber, there seemed to be paranoia in the city. Everyone was singularly focused on the potential loss for the team. Personally, I am … Continue reading

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Hockey Fans React to the Subban – Weber Trade

Hockey Fans React to the Subban – Weber Trade

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine CHELSEY, ON. —Having your favourite player traded to a different team is a lot like dealing with a breakup. At first there is anger and sadness and you don’t want it … Continue reading

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MAILBAG | Your Questions on Markov, Muller, Desharnais, Subban

MAILBAG | Your Questions on Markov, Muller, Desharnais, Subban

by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine LAVAL, QC. -– The Canadiens management team is getting ready for the upcoming NHL draft and free agency. Until then, Habs fans have many questions, and I will answer all of them. ~~~ … Continue reading

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How are Habs Fans Coping Without Playoffs?

How are Habs Fans Coping Without Playoffs?

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine CHELSEY, ON. — The Stanley Cup playoffs are a time of desperation, a time where seemingly anything can happen and a time where the impossible is almost probable. It is the … Continue reading

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Videos / Podcasts

Habs Banter | Emergency Podcast: P.K. Subban Traded to Nashville [Podcast]

Habs Banter | Emergency Podcast: P.K. Subban Traded to Nashville [Podcast]

by Marc Lescoutre , Vodcast Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Hosts Corey Desormeaux and Marc Lescoutre get together to discuss their initial feelings on the trade that sent P.K. Subban to the Nashville Predators for defenseman Shea Weber.

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Habs Banter | Ep 9: Welcome Back Captain Kirk [Podcast]

Habs Banter | Ep 9: Welcome Back Captain Kirk [Podcast]

by Marc Lescoutre , Vodcast Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine In an impromptu off-season episode of the Habs Banter podcast,  co-hosts Corey Desormeaux and Marc Lescoutre discuss: recent Habs news Kirk Muller’s return to the Habs bench RFA contract extensions NHL trades/signings what might … Continue reading

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Habs360 | Best Moments of Season, Part 2 [Podcast]

Habs360 | Best Moments of Season, Part 2 [Podcast]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — In this episode (#178) of the @Habs360 podcast, Chris G. (@chrisg1980) looks back at some of the best moments of the season. Topics: Jeremy Filosa (@JeremyFilosa) from 98.5FM talks about Jarred Tinordi trade. … Continue reading

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Habs360 | Best Moments of Season, Part 1 [Podcast]

Habs360 | Best Moments of Season, Part 1 [Podcast]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — In this episode (#177) of the @Habs360 podcast, Chris G. (@chrisg1980) looks back at some of the best moments of the season. Topics: Dave Randorf (@DaveRandorf) from Sportsnet talks about the Canadiens … Continue reading

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Habs Banter | Ep 8: That’s A Wrap [Podcast]

Habs Banter | Ep 8: That’s A Wrap [Podcast]

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine In the last regular episode of the season, co-hosts Corey Desormeaux and Marc Lescoutre welcome free agent sports reporter Hugh Burrill to discuss the end of season presser, what’s next … Continue reading

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Hockey / NHL News

NHL NEWS | Gustav Forsling Signs Entry-Level Contract with Blackhawks

NHL NEWS | Gustav Forsling Signs Entry-Level Contract with Blackhawks

Gustav Forsling Signs a 3-Year Deal with the Blackhawks CHICAGO — Anyone looking at the NHL Sports betting odds is keeping in mind the struggles the Chicago Blackhawks faced in the 2015-2016 season. And it is probably because of their lackluster showing … Continue reading

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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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Player Features

HABS BIO | Charles Hudon Provides Options for Canadiens

HABS BIO | Charles Hudon Provides Options for Canadiens

By Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Magazine HALIFAX, NS. — Charles Hudon was the Canadiens fifth round selection of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, 122nd overall.  Hudon slid down the draft board to the fifth round mostly due to … Continue reading

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At Scandinavium with Habs Prospect Artturi Lehkonen [AUDIO]

At Scandinavium with Habs Prospect Artturi Lehkonen [AUDIO]

Up Close is an All Habs Hockey Magazine feature that gives readers a back-stage pass to athletes, management and sports personalities via our exclusive interviews. This week, one of our staff writers traveled to Gothenburg, Sweden to talk to Montreal … Continue reading

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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

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 December 8th that they have recalled the centre/left … 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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Game Day / Weekly Forecast

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

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

Pre-game Notes and Quotes In a season that has been widely regarded as a complete disaster for the Canadiens, us fans can still draw some positives looking forward. Alex Galchenyuk seems to have grown comfortable in the top center role that he … Continue reading

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

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

Pre-game Notes and Quotes It was announced yesterday that both P. K. Subban and Carey Price will not return to the lineup before the conclusion of the 2015-16 season. Price had this to say about the matter: “[The decision] was made … Continue reading

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

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

Pre-game Notes and Quotes John Scott on his recent promotion to the Canadiens: “It’s kind of cool how everything’s come full-circle. It’s good to be back in [an NHL] room. I haven’t met most of the guys yet. Half of the … Continue reading

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

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

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Brendan Gallagher on his return to the lineup and reuniting with Max Pacioretty and Alex Galchenyuk on the top line “In our first game together, I got hurt, so hopefully we’ll be able to stay together for a little while now. They’ve … Continue reading

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

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

Pre-game Notes and Quotes The Canadiens have been making a splash in college hockey free agency (where undrafted players are eligible to sign with a team of their choice), as they signed both Tom Parisi and Charlie Lindgren. Lindgren (a … Continue reading

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Game Reports

RECAP | Lightning – Canadiens: Habs Going Out in Style

RECAP | Lightning – Canadiens: Habs Going Out in Style

Game 82, Home Game 41 | Saturday April 9, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 5-2 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Condon Lindgren Scratches:  Mark Barberio, Victor Bartley, Nathan Beaulieu, Mike Brown, Brett Lernout, Lucas … Continue reading

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RECAP | Canadiens – Hurricanes: A Game of Firsts

RECAP | Canadiens – Hurricanes: A Game of Firsts

Game 81, Away Game 41 | Thursday April 7, 2016  PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC. CANADIENS Montreal 4-2 HURRICANES Carolina Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Lindgren Condon Scratches:  Mark Barberio, Victor Bartley, Nathan Beaulieu, Brian Flynn, Brett Lernout, Lucas … Continue reading

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RECAP | Panthers – Canadiens: Luongo Spoils the Show

RECAP | Panthers – Canadiens: Luongo Spoils the Show

Game 80, Home Game 40 | Tuesday April 5, 2016  Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 1-4 PANTHERS Florida Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Condon Lindgren Scratches:  Mark Barberio, Victor Bartley, Nathan Beaulieu, Stefan Matteau, Mike Brown, Brett Lernout, Lucas Lessio, … Continue reading

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RECAP | Canadiens – Panthers: Panthers Wear Down Habs

RECAP | Canadiens – Panthers: Panthers Wear Down Habs

Game 79, Away Game 40 | Saturday April 2, 2016  BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL. CANADIENS Montreal 3-4 PANTHERS Florida Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Condon Lindgren Scratches:  Nathan Beaulieu, Jacob De la Rose, Stefan Matteau, Mike Brown, Lucas Lessio, Mark Barberio, Victor … Continue reading

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RECAP | Canadiens – Lightning: Condon, Habs Shut Out Bolts

RECAP | Canadiens – Lightning: Condon, Habs Shut Out Bolts

Game 78, Away Game 39 | Thursday March 31, 2016  Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL. CANADIENS Montreal 3-0 LIGHTNING Tampa Bay Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings:  Goaltenders: Condon Lindgren Scratches:  Mike Brown, Lucas Lessio, Mark Barberio, Victor Bartley, Brendan Gallagher (lower-body), … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It...

HEADLINES | Weber, Price, Crawford, Leblanc, Brière, Trouba, more

HEADLINES | Weber, Price, Crawford, Leblanc, Brière, Trouba, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday August 25, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1938 — Montreal Maroons’ franchise suspended operation as an NHL franchise. 1939 — The Canadiens named Albert “Babe” Siebert as their new head coach. 1944 — Long-time Canadiens … Continue reading

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Canadiens Appoint Eric Crawford As Director of Pro Scouting

Canadiens Appoint Eric Crawford As Director of Pro Scouting

Eric Crawford named director of pro scouting Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL — Eric Crawford enters his second season with the Montreal Canadiens after 16 years as a member of the Vancouver Canucks, including five, from 2010-11 to 2014-2015, as … Continue reading

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FEATURE | Shea Weber, More Than a Shot

FEATURE | Shea Weber, More Than a Shot

by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine Trade talks were in full effect throughout the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, and everyone in attendance, as well as everyone watching from home, took a deep breath when NHL … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead to the Canadiens New Season

Looking Ahead to the Canadiens New Season

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine HALIFAX, NS. — When last season started to fall apart, man, it really fell apart. Like boots or hearts when they start, they really fall apart. The loss of Carey Price … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Radulov, Trotz, Pacioretty, Enroth, Gaudreau, Tavares, Getzlaf, more

HEADLINES | Radulov, Trotz, Pacioretty, Enroth, Gaudreau, Tavares, Getzlaf, more

All Habs Headlines: Monday August 22, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1972 — The Canadiens dealt Terry Harper to the L.A. Kings for four draft picks, who ended up being Gary MacGregor, Pierre Mondou, Paul Woods and Rod Schutt. … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Andrighetto, Beaulieu, Subban, Price, Addison, more

HEADLINES | Andrighetto, Beaulieu, Subban, Price, Addison, more

All Habs Headlines: Friday August 19, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1952 — Bill Cook, Dickie Boon, Frank “Moose” Goheen, Ernie Johnson, and Mickey MacKay were all inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. 1982 — Philadelphia traded Ken … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Radulov, Price, Laval, Ovechkin, NHL 17, Hall, Hlinka, more

HEADLINES | Radulov, Price, Laval, Ovechkin, NHL 17, Hall, Hlinka, more

All Habs Headlines: Tuesday August 16, 2016  |  Happy Birthday Carey! On this day in hockey history… 1987 — Carey Price was born in Anahim Lake, British Columbia. 1949 — The Detroit Red Wings acquired Pete Babando, Jimmy Peters, Clare Martin and Lloyd Durham from … Continue reading

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HABS NEWS | Final Team Names Announced For AHL Laval

HABS NEWS | Final Team Names Announced For AHL Laval

The Three Final Team Names Announced For AHL Laval by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine The Canadiens AHL affiliate has taken a step forward to establish their new identity as 12 team names have been reduced … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Beaulieu, Radulov, Roy, Zetterberg, Vesey, Tarasenko, more

HEADLINES | Beaulieu, Radulov, Roy, Zetterberg, Vesey, Tarasenko, more

All Habs Headlines: Saturday August 13, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1938 — Bill Masterton was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Bill  Masterton trophy is annually given to the player who “best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication … Continue reading

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PROSPECTS | Nikita Scherbak, Canadiens Training Camp Wildcard

PROSPECTS | Nikita Scherbak, Canadiens Training Camp Wildcard

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine HALIFAX, NS. — When Nikita Scherbak arrived in Saskatoon (Paris of the Prairies) as a WHL rookie to join the Blades, he was  unknown to many in North America, including his … Continue reading

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