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Recap – Canadiens vs Bruins: Price, Habs Shutout B’s in Boston

Recap – Canadiens vs Bruins: Price, Habs Shutout B’s in Boston

Game 22, Away Game 10 | Saturday November 22, 2014 TD Garden, Boston, MA. CANADIENS Montreal 2-0 BRUINS Boston Lineup scratches: Nathan Beaulieu, Drayson Bowman Game Notes: The Rivalry.  There is something immensely satisfying for Canadiens fans when their team comes out on … Continue reading

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Habs360 Podcast: Are the Habs For Real? [AUDIO]

Posted by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC — This week’s episode (November 22nd) of the Habs360 podcast was hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and Peter (@PeterGalanos). This week’s topics: What does the arrival of Bryan Allen mean for Nathan Beaulieu … Continue reading

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All Habs Headlines: Lucic Dropped, Allen Arrives, Koivu to be Honored

All Habs Headlines: Lucic Dropped, Allen Arrives, Koivu to be Honored

All Habs Headlines: Saturday November 22, 2014 On this day in hockey history… 1986 –  Buffalo’s Gilbert Perreault played in the 1,191st (and final) game of his 17-year NHL career as the Sabres lost to the Quebec Nordiques 3-1. Stay informed with … Continue reading

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Game Day: Canadiens vs Bruins Preview, Lineups, Puck’s Prediction

Game Day: Canadiens vs Bruins Preview, Lineups, Puck’s Prediction

On this day in hockey history… 2003 – The Habs beat the Oilers 4-3 at the first ever outdoor game in NHL history. It was played before a crowd of 57,167 fans in Edmonton.  Matchup TD Garden, Boston, MA. | November 22, … Continue reading

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Recap – Blues vs Canadiens: Patience, Discipline, Goaltending Keys to Win

Recap – Blues vs Canadiens: Patience, Discipline, Goaltending Keys to Win

Game 21, Home Game 12 | Thursday November 20, 2014 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 4-1 BLUES St. Louis Lineup scratches: Nathan Beaulieu, Bryan Allen Game Notes: 60 minutes.  The Canadiens played one of their most complete games of the season against … Continue reading

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Canadiens Acquire Bryan Allen from Anaheim Ducks for Rene Bourque

Canadiens Acquire Bryan Allen from Anaheim Ducks for Rene Bourque

Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Thursday the acquisition of defenseman Bryan Allen from the Anaheim Ducks, in return for forward Rene Bourque. Allen, 34, recorded one assist in six games thus far … Continue reading

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Game Day: Blues vs Canadiens Preview, Lineups

Game Day: Blues vs Canadiens Preview, Lineups

On this day in hockey history… 1982 – Hall of Famer and former Blue, Al MacInnis, scored his first career goal. It came in the Flames’ 4-4 tie against the Whalers, at Hartford.  Matchup Bell Centre,  Montreal, QC. | November 20, 7:30 PM ET | TV: RDS, CITYM … 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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All Habs Headlines: Blues, McCarron, Galchenyuk, Bergevin, Daigneault

All Habs Headlines: Blues, McCarron, Galchenyuk, Bergevin, Daigneault

All Habs Headlines: Wednesday November 19, 2014 On this day in hockey history… 1997 –  Pittsburgh Penguins retired jersey #66 in honor of Mario Lemieux, in a pre-game ceremony before a 3-3 tie against the Boston Bruins. Stay informed with All Habs … Continue reading

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Recap – Penguins vs Canadiens: Not Ready for Prime Time

Recap – Penguins vs Canadiens: Not Ready for Prime Time

Game 20, Home Game 11 | Tuesday November 18, 2014 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. CANADIENS Montreal 0-4 PENGUINS Pittsburgh Lineup scratch: Mike Weaver (upper body) Game Notes: Defensive zone coverage.  It’s called own-zone for a reason. The Canadiens should be owning the puck in … Continue reading

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