Guy Carbonneau

Expectations are High for Habs 2014-’15 Season

Expectations are High for Habs 2014-’15 Season

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine It was a busy summer for Canadiens’ General Manager Marc Bergevin, as much on the contract negotiation front as it was on the composition of his team for the upcoming season, … Continue reading

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Out of the Red, White and Blue: Briere, Parros, McCarron, Morrow

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Briere, Parros, McCarron, Morrow

By Joce, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine PENTICTON, BC. — Here are a few thoughts on different topics surrounding the Habs’ and the NHL over the past few weeks. We’re touching on Briere, Parros, the Draft, McCarron, Waite, Dumont, … Continue reading

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Are the Canadiens this Bad?

Are the Canadiens this Bad?

By Jacob Saltiel, Special to All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Watching the Canadiens these last few games has been a lot like the beginning of FUBAR .  Whereas Dean was only subjected to a  “six minute watch-through” (only part of the quote … Continue reading

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Greatest Stars top Canadiens Alumni, 8-5

Greatest Stars top Canadiens Alumni, 8-5

By Kathy, Associate Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC—Yesterday afternoon at the Bell Centre, La Classique des Étoiles l’Équipeur gave new hockey fans the opportunity to catch up on what they had missed in years past, while fans who grew up … Continue reading

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Canadiens Alumni vs Greatest NHL Stars to Benefit Charities

Canadiens Alumni vs Greatest NHL Stars to Benefit Charities

Canadiens alumni and the Greatest NHL Stars to square off at “La Classique des Étoiles L’Équipeur” To benefit the Montreal Canadiens Children’s Foundation and Montreal Canadiens Alumni Thursday, 14.03.2013 / 11:00 AM / News Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – evenko … Continue reading

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GameDay: Capitals vs Habs Lineups, Therrien, Subban, Carbonneau

GameDay: Capitals vs Habs Lineups, Therrien, Subban, Carbonneau

All Habs GameDay: Thursday January 24, 2013 On this day in hockey history… 1980: Steve Shutt’s five-point night with four goals and one assist led the Canadiens past the Hartford Whalers for a 7-2 win. Guy Lafleur had a goal … 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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How Free Agent Acquisitions Improve Habs Offense

How Free Agent Acquisitions Improve Habs Offense

Just like with the NHL trade deadline, many hockey fans make sure to have July 1 circled on their calendar each year. Networks like TSN, Sportsnet and RDS hold TV marathons, with their panel of insiders keeping a constant eye on their smart phones. Everyone’s Twitter timeline is flying at a pace which makes it hard to keep up with. As some fans describe it, the opening of the NHL free agency market is like Christmas to most hardcore hockey fans. Continue reading

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Impact of Local Players on the Canadiens

Impact of Local Players on the Canadiens

The language issue is a never ending topic, a discussion coming back to the table periodically and one that has recently resurfaced since the firing of Jacques Martin and Pierre Gauthier, the arrival of Serge Savard and with the recent appointment of Marc Bergevin as General Manager and Michel Therrien as head coach. Continue reading

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Out of the Red, White and Blue: Coach, Draft, Bilingualism, Subban

Out of the Red, White and Blue: Coach, Draft, Bilingualism, Subban

When rumours were rampant in Montreal that Alain Vigneault might become available and automatically become a top candidate for the job in Montreal, he signed a contract extension with the Canucks. Continue reading

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