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HABS BANTER | Debating Lehkonen, Gallagher, Stamkos, Drouin, more

HABS BANTER | Debating Lehkonen, Gallagher, Stamkos, Drouin, more

by Marc Lescoutre , Vodcast Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine OTTAWA, ON — As the NHL playoffs inch closer to completion, it seems as though it’s been forever since the last Montreal Canadiens game, and even more importantly, since Corey Desormeaux and I recorded … Continue reading

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DRAFT | Fans Are Armchair GMs On Draft Day

DRAFT | Fans Are Armchair GMs On Draft Day

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine CHELSEY, ON. —The player who scores the Stanley Cup winning goal; the fourth-line grinder; and the goalie who stands on his head to keep his team in the game…the majority of … Continue reading

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FEATURE | Blocker Sleeve, Redefining Goaltender Training [with AUDIO]

FEATURE | Blocker Sleeve, Redefining Goaltender Training [with AUDIO]

by Amy Johnson, Lead Correspondent, IceCaps Hockey Report MONTREAL, QC — Sometimes the invention of a groundbreaking new product doesn’t come as the result of someone setting out to be an innovator, but rather from the discovery of a need … Continue reading

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FEATURE | John Scott the Movie, Comes to Montreal

FEATURE | John Scott the Movie, Comes to Montreal

MONTREAL, QC. — “It’s almost like a movie, right!?” That was John Scott speaking to reporters at the Bell Sports Complex after practicing with the Montreal Canadiens on Monday morning in Brossard. It’s a well-oiled phrase that Scott has used … Continue reading

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Does Desharnais Have a Future With the Habs?

Does Desharnais Have a Future With the Habs?

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — On Tuesday morning David Desharnais skated along with his teammates at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard. Desharnais and P.K. Subban were wearing light blue no-contact jerseys as they … Continue reading

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Habs Fans Weigh in on a Difficult Season

Habs Fans Weigh in on a Difficult Season

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Owen Sound, ON. — As the 2015-2016 season is dwindling down, let’s reflect on the season. The Montreal Canadiens started the season by setting a record. They became the first team … Continue reading

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ANALYSIS | Who Wins the Weise, Fleischmann – Danault Trade?

ANALYSIS | Who Wins the Weise, Fleischmann – Danault Trade?

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — With the trade deadline a few days away Marc Bergevin dispatched Dale Weise and Tomas Fleischmann to Chicago obtaining former first rounder Phillip Danault and a 2018 second round pick. … Continue reading

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FEATURE | Who is Your Choice as Next Coach of the Canadiens?

FEATURE | Who is Your Choice as Next Coach of the Canadiens?

by Marc Lescoutre , Vodcast Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — “It’s on me.” Those were the words of Marc Bergevin on January 21st when he addressed the media in the midst of a slump which saw the … Continue reading

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OPINION | Finding Positivity in Mediocrity

OPINION | Finding Positivity in Mediocrity

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — So there I lay, face in hands, coming to the eclipsing, and incorrect for the time being, realization that this isn’t the Canadiens’ season. The thought followed watching Brandon … Continue reading

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What is the Habs’ Plan for the Trade Deadline?

What is the Habs’ Plan for the Trade Deadline?

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — With just six games left until the February 29 trade deadline, the Montreal Canadiens find themselves in quite the predicament. They are just a few points out … Continue reading

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