September, 2012

Women Care About the Lockout Too

Women Care About the Lockout Too

On September 15th the NHL announced an official lock-out, making it the second the league’s seen in just six years. Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price recently stated that “both sides are very stubborn,” when talking about the lockout. This unfortunate situation affects the players, the fans, and the league—not in a good way! Continue reading

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All Habs Mailbag: Collberg, Fighting, Martin, Lockout, Goaltending, CBA

All Habs Mailbag: Collberg, Fighting, Martin, Lockout, Goaltending, CBA

By Robert Rice, Senior Writer, AllHabs.net  TORONTO, ON — The All Habs Mailbag is as popular as ever! This is the place to send in your questions about all things Montreal Canadiens. Then check every Thursday to read the answers to … Continue reading

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Goldberg: Cheering For the Fans

Goldberg: Cheering For the Fans

In the early days of the NHL lockout, much attention has been directed towards hockey fans. Talking points have ranged from accusations that Gary Bettman takes the fans for fools to suggestions that the lockout is an opportunity for them to wean themselves off their obsessive involvement with a sports business whose economics are too unseemly to deserve their time and money. Continue reading

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Video: Max Talbot Renews Rivalry, Skewers Disc

Video: Max Talbot Renews Rivalry, Skewers Disc

Just because the Montreal Canadiens didn’t take the ice this week for their first scheduled pre-season game, it doesn’t mean that you won’t see some of your favorite players suit up for a game very soon. Continue reading

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Official Release: Canadiens’ prospects to be showcased at the Bell Centre

Official Release: Canadiens’ prospects to be showcased at the Bell Centre

Wednesday, 26.09.2012 / 2:30 PM / News PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – The Hamilton Bulldogs, the Montreal Canadiens’ AHL affiliate, will play two games on the Bell Centre ice during the 2012-13 regular season. Under the direction of newly appointed head … Continue reading

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Collateral Damage – Hockey Fans and the working class Joe

Collateral Damage – Hockey Fans and the working class Joe

While the NHL and the NHLPA figure out a solution to their negotiation woes, the players want an alternate place to play. Continue reading

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Official Release: 42 players to take part in the Hamilton Bulldogs training camp

Official Release: 42 players to take part in the Hamilton Bulldogs training camp

42 players to take part in the Hamilton Bulldogs training camp Montreal Canadiens Press Release Wednesday, 26.09.2012 / 1:45 PM  MONTREAL, Q.C. –The Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens, announced Wednesday that 42 players will participate in the Club’s … Continue reading

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Official Release: ‘Dogs sign Desjardins, Palushaj, St-Denis to AHL Contracts

Official Release: ‘Dogs sign Desjardins, Palushaj, St-Denis to AHL Contracts

Bulldogs Sign Desjardins, Palushaj and St-Denis to AHL Contracts Hamilton Bulldogs Press Release 09/26/2012 11:33 AM – MONTREAL, QC – Hamilton Bulldogs General Manager Marc Bergevin announced today the signings of goaltender Cedrick Desjardins, forward Aaron Palushaj and defenceman Frederic … Continue reading

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A Summer of Winning with All Habs

A Summer of Winning with All Habs

A favorite first writing assignment in elementary school classrooms everywhere is to compose a few paragraphs describing “What I Did This Summer.” It’s usually a fond look-back at some of the season’s most memorable moments. Here at All Habs Hockey Magazine, our summer pages were jam-packed with extensive coverage on the NHL Awards, the NHL Entry Draft, and Canadiens development camps held at Brossard — as well as some special feature stories along the way. Continue reading

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Remembering… The Kid Line

Remembering… The Kid Line

By locking the players out, Gary Bettman and the NHL are forcing fans to find other things to think about, to talk about, hoping that they will come back when it’s all said and done. Fortunately, Habs’ fans have a lot of history, many good memories and happy moments to rediscover. For some, it is a perfect occasion to discover other players, coaches and memories sometimes not as well known. I propose, with this article, to get to know three players who were great contributors to the 1970′s dynasty. Continue reading

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