All Habs News: Thursday March 31, 2011 Happy Birthday!! All Habs community: tell us! NHL: Brendon Nash (Hamilton Bulldogs), Michael Ryder, Steve Bernier, David Clarkson ►Moose-hunting done right: The Halifax Mooseheads lost their fourth game in a row to the … Continue reading
All Habs News: Wednesday March 30, 2011 Happy Birthday!! All Habs community: Laura (@habbykins) NHL: Ben Maxwell, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Mike Brodeur, Ty Conklin ► Juniors take 3-0 series lead: There was no scoring in this game until Trevor Parkes notched … Continue reading
by EP31, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, Q.C. — Last week the Bulldogs finished up their six game road-trip with three games in three nights in Rockford, Chicago and Peoria. While these games were technically not divisional games, due to the crossover rule, … Continue reading
Most of the talking heads who analyse the National Hockey League’s play-off picture have pencilled the Montreal Canadiens into the sixth to eighth spot in the Eastern Conference. With both the Habs and the Carolina Hurricanes playing back to back games on Tuesday and Wednesday, these points are integral to each team’s participation in the Stanley Cup tournament. Continue reading
All Habs News — Tuesday March 29, 2011 Happy Birthday!! All Habs community: Jasmine Ng NHL: Maxim Lapierre, Adam Pardy ► Younger is better? Jordan Subban is a defenseman for the minor midget Toronto Marlboros who, on Sunday … Continue reading
All Habs News — Monday March 28, 2011 ►UNB captures CIS University Cup: The #1-seeded University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds claimed their third title in five years by shutting out the #2 McGill Redmen on Sunday night by a count … Continue reading
Poor Jacques Martin. The Montreal Canadiens haven’t scored a goal in three games for the first time in 62 years and Habs fans want someone’s head. Callers to Montreal radio stations are clear about the direction in which they point the finger of blame — right behind the Canadiens bench.
All Habs News: Saturday March 26, 2011 ► Juniors roll into 2-0 series lead: Louis Leblanc scored two goals and earned third star honours as the Montreal Juniors steamrolled the Halifax Mooseheads 6-0 in Game 2 of their first-round best-of-seven against … Continue reading