Marc Bergevin

FEATURE | Canadiens Depth is Key to Cup Run

FEATURE | Canadiens Depth is Key to Cup Run

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine During the course of this season, the Canadiens have been struck hard by the injury bug. Unlike the 2015-16 total collapse, this edition of the Habs have displayed resiliency by their … Continue reading

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OPINION | Should Anthony Duclair Be a Habs Trade Target?

OPINION | Should Anthony Duclair Be a Habs Trade Target?

OPINION: Should Anthony Duclair Be a Habs Trade Target? by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine After being selected by the New York Rangers 80th overall during the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, Anthony Duclair excelled for … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Bergevin, Petry, Koivu, IceCaps, Capuano, more

HEADLINES | Bergevin, Petry, Koivu, IceCaps, Capuano, more

All Habs Headlines: Tuesday January 17, 2017 On this day in hockey history… 1959 — Gordie Howe played defence for the Detroit Red Wings in a 2-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs.  1962 — Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Glenn Hall is honored … Continue reading

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PLAYER FEATURE | Phillip Danault, More Than a Fourth Liner

PLAYER FEATURE | Phillip Danault, More Than a Fourth Liner

Phillip Danault, More Than a Fourth Liner by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine Montreal Canadiens Marc Bergevin recognized last season that the Habs were on the outside looking in when it came to the playoff picture. … Continue reading

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FEATURE | Key to Overcoming Canadiens Injuries

FEATURE | Key to Overcoming Canadiens Injuries

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine It was bound to happen, an injury befell a star player wearing the Bleu, Blanc et Rouge. Despite the best efforts of some, that player was thankfully not Carey Price. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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At the Quarter Post, No Need to Panic for Canadiens

At the Quarter Post, No Need to Panic for Canadiens

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine A quarter of the season has been completed and it would be hard to tell that the Canadiens were 14-4-2 judging by some on social media. After last season’s collapse, it … Continue reading

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OPINION | Should Habs Bergevin Be Looking for an Upgrade at Centre?

OPINION | Should Habs Bergevin Be Looking for an Upgrade at Centre?

by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Last week we looked at Tomas Plekanec and his value to the Canadiens. Despite his advancing age, and his current dip in production, he plays a key role as the shutdown … Continue reading

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Bergevin, Lafleur Combine to Support Share the Warmth

Bergevin, Lafleur Combine to Support Share the Warmth

Share the Warmth and Marc Bergevin Invite Montrealers to Partageons la puck, a Fundraising Hockey Game to Support Local Youth Montréal, Friday, November 11, 2016 – Share the Warmth and Montréal Canadiens General Manager Marc Bergevin are launching the first … Continue reading

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FEATURE | Habs Bergevin Shopping For Defense

FEATURE | Habs Bergevin Shopping For Defense

by Matt Smith, Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist, All Habs Hockey Magazine The Montreal Canadiens are off to a remarkable start to the 2016-2017 with a record of 11-1-1 after 13 games, and not just because of the play of goaltender … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Lafleur, Sergachev, Bergevin, Carr, Trouba, Tokarski, more

HEADLINES | Lafleur, Sergachev, Bergevin, Carr, Trouba, Tokarski, more

All Habs Headlines: Sunday October 30, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1943 — Montreal’s famous “Punch Line” played together for the first time — Maurice Richard was up front with Elmer Lach and Toe Blake. It was also … Continue reading

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