November, 2009

Habs are Closest Thing to ‘Canada’s Team,’ Poll Says

Habs are Closest Thing to ‘Canada’s Team,’ Poll Says

The Canadian Press11/30/2009 5:48:11 PM MONTREAL — Canada’s oldest hockey team is also this country’s most revered, according to a new poll released Monday in celebration of the Montreal Canadiens’ 100th anniversary. A third of respondents named the Habs when … Continue reading

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Vote for your Favourite Habs’ Blog

Vote for your Favourite Habs’ Blog

We have received an email that All Habs is competing with other Canadiens’ blogs to determine “the most Habs’ related blog.” If so inclined, we would love to have your support. The link to vote and comment can be found … Continue reading

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Canadiens assign James T. Wyman to the Hamilton Bulldogs

Canadiens assign James T. Wyman to the Hamilton Bulldogs

Sunday, 29.11.2009 / 6:03 PM PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL– The Montreal Canadiens announced Sunday that right winger James T. Wyman has been assigned to the AHL Hamilton Bulldogs. Wyman will join the Bulldogs tonight in Hamilton. The Bulldogs will play a … Continue reading

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Capitals-Canadiens: Let’s Look Deeper to Break Down a Turning Point

Capitals-Canadiens: Let’s Look Deeper to Break Down a Turning Point

posted by RocketAll Habs Think of this article as a companion piece to tonight’s game review. Photos are a very important component of the game review articles. I take great care in selecting ones that I think will help tell … Continue reading

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Capitals-Canadiens: Habs Pick up Another Point vs. Caps

Capitals-Canadiens: Habs Pick up Another Point vs. Caps

Montreal 3 Washington 4 SO (Bell Centre) posted by RocketAll Habs The Canadiens suffered a loss tonight bringing their season record to 12-12-2. But is it possible that the dark cloud of despair hanging over Montreal fans is starting to … Continue reading

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Capitals-Canadiens: Gameday Notes (No. 25)

Capitals-Canadiens: Gameday Notes (No. 25)

Game day notes Mike Cammalleri and Josh Gorges scuffled during practise on Friday. Both described it as a non-event. Andrei Markov skated briefly this week and suggested that he may be back earlier than expected from his injury. Jaroslav Spacek … Continue reading

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Canadiens assign David Desharnais to the Bulldogs

Canadiens assign David Desharnais to the Bulldogs

Thursday, 26.11.2009 / 1:38 PMMontreal CanadiensPRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – The Montreal Canadiens announced today that centreman David Desharnais has been assigned to the AHL Hamilton Bulldogs. Desharnais will join the Bulldogs today in Cleveland for the first of a 2-game … Continue reading

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Video: Greatest Sports Franchises – Montreal Canadiens

Video: Greatest Sports Franchises – Montreal Canadiens

Thanks to Kevin Havill from WatchMojo.com for sending this video to All Habs. Greatest Sports Franchises – Montreal Canadiens

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Canadiens-Penguins: Pens Stifle Undermanned Habs

Canadiens-Penguins: Pens Stifle Undermanned Habs

Montreal 1 Pittsburgh 3 (Mellon Arena) posted by RocketAll Habs Tonight, the defending Stanley Cup champions were too much for the Calder Cup contenders. The members of the Canadiens injury-depleted line-up, playing the back half of games in consecutive nights, … Continue reading

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Canadiens-Penguins: Game No. 25 — Pre-game Notes

Canadiens-Penguins: Game No. 25 — Pre-game Notes

Pre-game notes David Desharnais was called up from Hamilton and driven by limousine to Pittsburgh for tonight’s game. Mike Cammalleri has five goals and two assists in his last six games while Tomas Plekanec has a goal and nine assists. … Continue reading

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