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Game Day – Leafs vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Leafs vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 2010 – Sidney Crosby scores “The Golden Goal” as Canada defeats USA in the gold medal game at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. Matchup Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | February 28, 7:00 PM ET | TV: … Continue reading

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Recap – Canadiens vs Blue Jackets: Markov, Subban Lead Habs to 3rd Straight Win

Recap – Canadiens vs Blue Jackets: Markov, Subban Lead Habs to 3rd Straight Win

Game 61, Away Game 29 | Thursday February 26, 2015 Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH. CANADIENS Montreal 5-2 BLUE JACKETS Columbus Lineup scratches: Mike Weaver, Christian Thomas Injured reserve: P.A. Parenteau (concussion symptoms), Sergei Gonchar (upper-body), Alexei Emelin (upper-body) Game Notes: The Blues … Continue reading

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Game Day – Canadiens vs Blue Jackets: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Canadiens vs Blue Jackets: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 2001 – Colorado defenseman Ray Bourque played agains the Boston Bruins for the first time in his 22 year NHL career, and picked up two assists in as the Avalanche won 8-2 against the … Continue reading

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Will Devante Smith-Pelly Soon Become a Fan-Favourite?

Will Devante Smith-Pelly Soon Become a Fan-Favourite?

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine “Of course we are giving a good player. But in order to get something good, you have to give something good. We needed a player like (Devante) Smith-Pelly as much … Continue reading

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All Habs Headlines: Practice Notes, DSP Excited, No Regrets for Sekac, Coaches Praise Price

All Habs Headlines: Practice Notes, DSP Excited, No Regrets for Sekac, Coaches Praise Price

All Habs Headlines: Wednesday February 25, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1971 –  Montreal’s Pete Mahovlich scored his first career NHL hat trick as the Canadiens won 5-3 against the Kings, at Los Angeles. Stay informed with All Habs Headlines, … Continue reading

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Recap – Canadiens vs Blues: Ninth Straight Road Win for Price, New Habs Record

Recap – Canadiens vs Blues: Ninth Straight Road Win for Price, New Habs Record

Game 60, Away Game 28 | Tuesday February 24, 2015 Scotttrade Center, St. Louis, MO. CANADIENS Montreal 5-2 BLUES St. Louis Lineup scratches: Mike Weaver, Devante Smith-Pelly Injured reserve: P.A. Parenteau (concussion symptoms), Sergei Gonchar (upper-body), Alexei Emelin (upper-body) Game Notes: Quick! They … Continue reading

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Rewind – Hot Plays from Week 20: Habs Step Up Despite Injuries

Rewind – Hot Plays from Week 20: Habs Step Up Despite Injuries

by Amy Johnson, Video Editor/Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC – Need to get caught up on Habs highlights? Want to relive the memorable moments of the past week? Then All Habs Rewind is for you. Every week watch … Continue reading

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Game Day – Canadiens vs Blues: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Canadiens vs Blues: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 2002 – Team Canada won Olympic Gold in Hockey by beating Team U.S.A. 5-2 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Joe Sakic led the scoring with two goals and two assists. Matchup Scottrade Center, St. Louis, … Continue reading

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All Habs Weekly Forecast: Canadiens Away for Two, Return to Host a Friend

All Habs Weekly Forecast: Canadiens Away for Two, Return to Host a Friend

by Tyler Prater, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine LEXINGTON, KY — This upcoming week the Canadiens play two on the road before hosting Toronto on Saturday. Last week the Habs went 2-1-1; finishing the week on a good note, beating Columbus 3-1. Calendar: … Continue reading

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What We Learned on 24CH: Putting on a Show [S3:E20]

What We Learned on 24CH: Putting on a Show [S3:E20]

by Erica, Staff Writer and Fundraising Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — This episode opening lacked narration, as narrator Claude Quenneville was scratched due to a vocal cord injury. Bell Centre announcer Michel Lacroix would take his spot in the lineup. For now, we … Continue reading

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