Canadiens 2008 Draft Review

Excerpt from Habprospects.com (montrealdan):In what could be one of the better picks for the Habs, Timmins took a high risk type of prospect in...

SI.com’s Mock Draft……..Habs select Aaron Ness at #25

Habster:I can almost guarantee you that Trevor Timmins will not pick Aaron Ness at #25. He won't select another offensively skilled yet very undersized...

Canadiens welcome new prospects to the family

Excerpt from Canadiens.com:The Canadiens once again turned to the States with their other second round pick by selecting right winger Steve Quailer at No....

Christmas in June: Sebastian Collberg

by JHabs, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC. -- Imagine yourself as a netminder, shuffling from post-to-post, tracking the puck with each movement. Now imagine an abrupt buzzing sound...

Canadiens 2008 draft review

Excerpt from the Hockey's Future article (Jason Menard):In fact, the club feels the immediate return on its investment is worth it, especially when factoring...

NHL Entry Draft: A Game of Russian Roulette

As the end of this NHL season is fast approaching, Habs fans find themselves in a very unusual position. With their favourite team all but mathematically eliminated from the playoffs for a few weeks already, the team is looking at the possibility of a lottery pick at this year’s NHL Entry Draft in Pittsburgh in June.

Out from the Shadows: Spotlighting Hockey Scouts

The amateur hockey scout. The not-so-glamorous best job in hockey. Most of us don’t know who they are, don’t even know their names. Every hockey organization, at every level, needs help finding the next big thing and the amateur scout plays an important role in the building of a successful hockey team.