Takin’ Care of “B’s”-ness: A Primer for Habs Fans

Tuesday night after the Philadelphia Flyers dominated Game 7 against the Buffalo Sabres and shored up a spot in Round 2 of the playoffs, I sat in my living room reviewing the potential opponents we would face next. Which team would we most likely be matched up with? Who would be the toughest opponent? Who would I prefer to see the Flyers play?

Who Needs Goaltending In The Playoffs?

After last year's Stanley Cup playoff winning run by the Chicago Blackhawks, the word on the street was that NHL teams no longer needed an elite goaltender to win the Stanley Cup.

Galchenyuk, Ready or Not Here He Comes

Ultimately, the Edmonton Oilers would go down as the team that Failed for Nail this past season, but it appears that fans of the Montreal Canadiens are unbothered by this, satisfied that their team had its own secret motto, "Suck for Galchenyuk"...

Up Close with Mark MacMillan: Habs Prospect with Discipline, Character

This past season was Mark MacMillan’s first one in North Dakota where he had a very respectable freshman year, finishing with seven goals and 23 points in 42 games played. It didn’t take long for him to realize that balancing classes, practices, workouts and homework at night takes discipline and commitment.

Habs GM: Top 10 Bilingual Candidates

There is no question that our perspective influences how we prioritize the qualities important to guiding a professional sports franchise. In my opinion, even if it goes against our personal beliefs, bilingualism is key and should be forefront in any list of general manager candidates that we put together for the Montreal Canadiens.

A Season Straight from the Hart

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Félix J. Palma once wrote: “The passage of time, which transformed the volatile present into that...

THN’s Adam Proteau Sounds Off on NHL Hockey Violence

The NHL has been in the headlines a lot this off-season, and many times, sadly, for all the wrong reasons. You've read about it: a player dies, a player is forced into retirement because of post-concussion symptoms, the face of the game is having setbacks, and on and on. The staggering amount of head injuries in the league has everyone talking about violence in hockey. As more and more of these cases surface, the “ hit to the head ” deniers may run out of ammunition one day soon.

Offseason Begins With Scouts and Prospects

Canadiens prospect Danny Kristo with Team USA by Rick Stephens, AllHabs.net BROSSARD, QC -- It's just over a week since the Canadiens season ended and many...

Who’s This Guy? – Nathan Beaulieu

As seen on YouTube: Canadiens' first rounder Nathan Beaulieu and Jonathan Huberdeau, selected 3rd overall by the Florida Panthers, discuss playing for the same...

Is a Disciplinary Hearing in Laraque’s Near Future?

posted by RocketAll HabsWas it a dirty hit? How long will Laraque be suspended?Those are the questions that will be debated by Canadiens'...