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Out of the Red, White and Blue: Back on the Winning Track

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Back on the Winning Track

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. — Here are a few thoughts on different topics surrounding the Habs’ and the NHL as the team finds itself back on the winning track after some emotional moments … Continue reading

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Dawn of a New Era for the Canadiens

Dawn of a New Era for the Canadiens

By Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — On Friday night, the city gets back to focusing on hockey as the Canadiens play just their second game this week against the Kings. It has been a difficult and emotional … Continue reading

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Lack of Scoring, Grueling Schedule Bringing Down the Habs

Lack of Scoring, Grueling Schedule Bringing Down the Habs

By Sean Garland, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Five years ago, the Canadiens were in a tailspin with their former head coach and general manager taking the heat for the team’s lackluster season. The organization fired … Continue reading

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Help Wanted: Habs Offense Goes MIA

Help Wanted: Habs Offense Goes MIA

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine When you think about it, hockey is a pretty simple game. In order to win, the team that scores more goals than its opponent gets the win. Keep the puck out … Continue reading

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Patrick Roy May Have Been Right About P.A. Parenteau

Patrick Roy May Have Been Right About P.A. Parenteau

by Ryan Skilton, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PHILADELPHIA, PA. – Patrick Roy may have been right. When the Montreal Canadiens first acquired P.A. Parenteau from the Colorado Avalanche on June 30, 2014, it caught the hockey world by surprise. Were … Continue reading

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Michel Therrien: The Cost of Playing Favourites

Michel Therrien: The Cost of Playing Favourites

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — As I discussed in a recent article, Michel Therrien is known to play favourites. But how does this preferential treatment affect athletes at both a ‘team’ … Continue reading

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Out of the Red, White and Blue: No Time to Panic

Out of the Red, White and Blue: No Time to Panic

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. — Here are a few thoughts on different topics surrounding the Canadiens and the NHL as Montreal is desperately trying to rebound from two consecutive losses to the Buffalo Sabres. … Continue reading

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Are Canadiens Destined to Regress Without Changes?

Are Canadiens Destined to Regress Without Changes?

by Ryan Skilton, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. – Despite last night’s trouncing at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Montreal Canadiens still find themselves perched atop the Eastern Conference through mid-November. It’s a sight any Habs fan … Continue reading

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Habs’ Bergevin Trimming the Fat

Habs’ Bergevin Trimming the Fat

By Sean Garland, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Rene Bourque couldn’t have been surprised when he was waived by the Montreal Canadiens. While there is the possibility of a return to the National Hockey League, it … Continue reading

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First Goal, Man Advantage, Indiscipline Haunting the Habs

First Goal, Man Advantage, Indiscipline Haunting the Habs

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine The 2014-2015 season is only 12 games old and tendencies are being noticed around the Montreal Canadiens as they are going through their first slump of the season, having lost three … Continue reading

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