Bob Gainey

Habs Crafting a Deal for Subban

Habs Crafting a Deal for Subban

By Sean Garland, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — As you would expect, P.K. Subban has been quiet on the details of his contract negotiations with the Montreal Canadiens, yet his actions speak volumes about a new … Continue reading

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All Habs Headlines: Brisebois, McCarron, Bozon, Prust, Price

All Habs Headlines: Brisebois, McCarron, Bozon, Prust, Price

All Habs Headlines: Thursday July 17, 2014 On this day in hockey history… In 1989, Bob Gainey announced his retirement from the NHL. All Habs Headlines by Dante A  All Habs Headlines is the ideal way to stay abreast of all … Continue reading

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See the Habs Out of That Slump

See the Habs Out of That Slump

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Everything has been said, written and a lot has been done by the coaching staff when it comes to the slump the Canadiens find themselves into. They’re allowing too many goals, … Continue reading

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Habs and Away: 5 NHL Talking Points for 2013-2014

Habs and Away: 5 NHL Talking Points for 2013-2014

By Avi Goldberg, Featured Writer,  All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — We’re a little over a week in. There’s been no lockout to contend with, no Bettman vs. Fehr, only a wild and whacky start to a full National … Continue reading

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Georges Laraque: A Leap from Grace

Georges Laraque: A Leap from Grace

Note: This is an All Habs Out Loud enabled article. You may wish to jump to the bottom of the post to listen via the player.   By Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — The bigger they … Continue reading

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All Habs Top 5: Waking From the Bad Dream Team

All Habs Top 5: Waking From the Bad Dream Team

“Brad who?” Waking From the Bad Dream Team By Avi Goldberg, Featured Writer,  All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — It can be called the real start of the Marc Bergevin era, and with the Habs returning to the playoffs, … Continue reading

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Know the NHL NHLPA Agreement: New CBA 101

Know the NHL NHLPA Agreement: New CBA 101

In light of the NHL and the NHLPA reaching an agreement after almost four months of intense negotiations, putting us through the roller coaster of hell, who really wants to start studying the ins and outs of this new CBA and its intense lingo? Continue reading

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Accepting a Team’s Present by Not Living in the Past

Accepting a Team’s Present by Not Living in the Past

We’ve all heard people say that fans don’t come to the games for the coaches or the general managers. The accuracy of this sentiment is highlighted by the painful absence of NHL competition and player storylines during the lockout, yet at times like the trade deadline, the free agency period, and the firing and hiring of a coach, fans give their rapt attention to the GMs. Continue reading

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Where Are They Now? Janne Niinimaa

Where Are They Now? Janne Niinimaa

With Saku Koivu, Tomas Plekanec, Steve Begin, Radek Bonk and Max Lapierre at centre ice, the Canadiens had room to make a deal and with a weak blue line, help was needed. The 26-year-old Ribeiro had led the team in scoring just two years prior, but numerous locker-room and off-ice incidents made him the expendable one on the Habs. Continue reading

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Headlines: Henry, Koivu, Gainey, Robinson, Draft Party

Headlines: Henry, Koivu, Gainey, Robinson, Draft Party

All Habs Headlines: Thursday May 10, 2012 On this day in hockey history…  Habs Assistant Coach Randy Cunneyworth celebrates his 51st birthday today! Happy Birthday Randy!  ALL HABS HEADLINES ►Henry ditches ‘Dogs: The Hamilton Bulldogs will have a new captain for the … Continue reading

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