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Mikkel Boedker, a Perfect Fit for the Habs?

Mikkel Boedker, a Perfect Fit for the Habs?

by Christopher Nardella, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POINTE CLAIRE, QC. — As the Alex Galchenyuk saga — will he centre one of the two two lines? — reignites going into training camp, a potential solution to fill the hole he … Continue reading

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Should Habs Michel Therrien Be Considered Among NHL’s Elite?

Should Habs Michel Therrien Be Considered Among NHL’s Elite?

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine ESPN’s hockey analytics pioneer Rob Vollman created quite the stir throughout the Montreal Canadiens’ fan base earlier this week when he placed head coach Michel Therrien among the best coaches in the … Continue reading

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Headlines: Price, Budaj, Waite, Gomez, Stone, more

Headlines: Price, Budaj, Waite, Gomez, Stone, more

All Habs Headlines: Saturday August 29, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1901 — Aurel Joliat was born. 1964 — Bill Durnan was inducted into the Hall of Fame. 1994 — Mario Lemieux announced that he would sit out the 1994-95 NHL season, … Continue reading

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Headlines: Plekanec, Price, Ramsay, Lafleur, Beaulieu, more

Headlines: Plekanec, Price, Ramsay, Lafleur, Beaulieu, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday August 27, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1966 — Elmer Lach and Toe Blake were in ducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.  1996 — The Lightning acquired Dino Ciccarelli.  1998 — Former Canadiens head coach Randy Cunneyworth signed … Continue reading

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Galchenyuks Will Attend Event to Support Charity

Galchenyuks Will Attend Event to Support Charity

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine OWEN SOUND, ON. — Canadiens’ forward, Alex Galchenyuk and his older sister, Anna, are involved with the Association of Young Stutterers of Quebec. This organization supports children with speech impediments. Stuttering … Continue reading

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Habs Larry Robinson: A Look at “Big Bird’s” Career

Habs Larry Robinson: A Look at “Big Bird’s” Career

By Caitlyn Golem, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine OWEN SOUND, ON. — Nicknamed “Big Bird,” standing 6-foot-4-inches and weighing in at 225 pounds, Larry Robinson was one of the greatest defensemen to ever play the game. Born on June … Continue reading

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Who Will Be the Habs’ 29th Captain?

Who Will Be the Habs’ 29th Captain?

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC- Being the captain of the Montreal Canadiens is one of the most glorious titles one can have as a hockey player with the history of this franchise. Generally, captaincy comes with great … Continue reading

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Canadiens Appoint Craig Ramsay as Coaching Consultant

Canadiens Appoint Craig Ramsay as Coaching Consultant

Ramsay is reunited with Canadiens senior vice president of hockey operations, Rick Dudley. Ramsay brings a wealth of experience including being a very effective special teams coach. Craig Ramsay joins the Canadiens as coaching consultant Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL … Continue reading

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Headlines: Bozon, Crawford, Fucale, Markov, Poulin, more

Headlines: Bozon, Crawford, Fucale, Markov, Poulin, more

All Habs Headlines: Tuesday August 25, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1938 — Montreal Maroons’ franchise suspended operation as an NHL franchise.  1939 — The Canadiens named Albert “Babe” Siebert as their new head coach.  1944 — Long-Time Canadiens Coach Jacques Demers was … Continue reading

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Habs Defense Prospects: How Close Are They?

Habs Defense Prospects: How Close Are They?

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine In Part-One of this article on the Canadiens’ prospects, we looked at the group of forwards. We will now have a look at the defensemen and try to determine which ones … Continue reading

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