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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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Out of the Red, White and Blue: Habs Off to Strong Start

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Habs Off to Strong Start

By Joce, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. — Here are a few thoughts on different topics surrounding the Habs as they are having enormous success at the start of the 2014-2015 season. Feel free to post your … Continue reading

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Canadiens’ Group Dynamics Producing a Winning Line-up

Canadiens’ Group Dynamics Producing a Winning Line-up

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — With a few new faces on the Canadiens’ bench this season, a lot of attention has been given to team relations and dynamics. With eight games … Continue reading

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Habs Bell Centre Opener: It Feels Good to be Home!

Habs Bell Centre Opener: It Feels Good to be Home!

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — If there’s one thing I love, and I mean REALLY love, it’s when the Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins. With a sold out crowd, the … Continue reading

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Hockey Is a Business: The Habs Reality

Hockey Is a Business: The Habs Reality

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Hockey is a business. It’s a cliché, sometimes perceived as overused because we see and read it everywhere but if you ask the people involved, they will tell you that it’s … Continue reading

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Dustin Tokarski: Concentration, Confidence, Character

Dustin Tokarski: Concentration, Confidence, Character

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — As Habs fans pondered the future of the team’s goaltenders, Marc Bergevin quietly came to an agreement with the Jets which resulted in Peter Budaj packing his bags … Continue reading

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Alexei Emelin: A New Season, A Fresh Start

Alexei Emelin: A New Season, A Fresh Start

by Ryan Skilton, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine CHICAGO, IL. – As with any new beginning, the start of a new hockey season embodies a sense of hope, optimism and pride – a time that reminds us why we all love … Continue reading

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The Boys are Back in Town

The Boys are Back in Town

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — As we (finally) approach the 2014-2015 regular season, you can sense the excitement. Training camp scrimmages and pre-season games sold out at the Bell Centre as … Continue reading

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