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New TV Deal Could Leave Canadiens Fans Blacked Out

New TV Deal Could Leave Canadiens Fans Blacked Out

by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Last November, the NHL reached a 12 year deal with Rogers Communications for the Canadian broadcast rights of the NHL. The new deal has caused confusion and many unknowns … Continue reading

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Team Cohesion: How the Loss of Gionta, Gorges May Affect Habs Success

Team Cohesion: How the Loss of Gionta, Gorges May Affect Habs Success

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — There’s been a lot of talk regarding the recent movement of Canadiens’ veterans, Brian Gionta and Josh Gorges. Gionta, team captain since 2010, and Gorges, a … Continue reading

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Prospect Report: Canadiens Development Camp 2014 – Day 1

Prospect Report: Canadiens Development Camp 2014 – Day 1

by Amy Johnson, Director of Communications and Administration, Rocket Sports Media BROSSARD, QC — On a cool, cloudy July morning on the south shore of Montreal a few dedicated hockey fans quietly set up a table in the parking lot … Continue reading

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Habs 7th Round Pick #207: Jake Evans

Habs 7th Round Pick #207: Jake Evans

PENTICTON, B.C. — Jake Evans is a centre/right-winger who played in the OJHL last season, where he collected 79 points in only 49 games. He is committed to join the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish beginning in the 2014-15 … Continue reading

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Habs 6th Round Pick #177: Hayden Hawkey

Habs 6th Round Pick #177: Hayden Hawkey

PENTICTON, B.C. — Hayden Hawkey is a 6’2″ American goaltender who played for the USHL for the Omaha Lancers last season, where he maintained a 1.99 goals against average while keeping a .926 saves percentage. He was named the 2014 … Continue reading

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Habs 5th Round Pick #147: Daniel Audette

Habs 5th Round Pick #147: Daniel Audette

PENTICTON, B.C. — Daniel Audette is a speedy scorer with plenty of offensive upside. Still, his explosive nature and puck handling ability make Audette a very intriguing prospect in 2014. Like his father Donald however, the knock on him could … Continue reading

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Habs 5th Round Pick #125: Nikolas Koberstein

Habs 5th Round Pick #125: Nikolas Koberstein

PENTICTON, BC. — Kikolas Koberstein is a rugged right-handed defenseman who had 153 penalty minutes playing for the Olds Grizzlys in the AJHL last season. Standing at 6’2″ and 200 lbs, the Barrhead Alberta native is committed to Alaska University … Continue reading

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Habs 3rd Round Pick #73: Brett Lernout

Habs 3rd Round Pick #73: Brett Lernout

PENTICTON, BC. — Brett Lernout is a big, intimidating, right-handed defenseman playing for the Swift Current Broncos in the WHL. Standing at 6’4″ and weighing in at 205 lbs, Lernout is more than just a fighter, having produced eight goals … Continue reading

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Habs 2014 First Round Pick: Nikita Scherbak

Habs 2014 First Round Pick: Nikita Scherbak

PENTICTON, BC. — Nikita Scherbak is a skilled but gritty forward who has a strong shot and offensive senses plus the ability to evade would be checkers by using his quick agility and slick hands. He puts pressure on opposing … Continue reading

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Former Habs Gino Odjick Battling his Last Fight?

Former Habs Gino Odjick Battling his Last Fight?

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Former NHL tough guy Gino Odjick took the hockey world by surprise last night when he published a letter through the Vancouver Canucks’ web site, announcing that he only has months, … Continue reading

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