Max Pacioretty

Assessing Alex Galchenyuk and the Habs Forwards

Assessing Alex Galchenyuk and the Habs Forwards

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine OTTAWA, ON – Everybody breathe, Alex Galchenyuk has signed.  Thursday evening, the last remaining Canadiens free agent signed a two-year deal worth $5.6 million that will account for $2.8 million … Continue reading

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Headlines: Price, Pacioretty, Subban, Lehkonen, Bennett, more

Headlines: Price, Pacioretty, Subban, Lehkonen, Bennett, more

All Habs Headlines: Sunday July 26, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1951 — Former Buffalo Sabres left winger Rick Martin born in Verdun, Quebec.  1989 — After spending 17 seasons with the Canadiens, free agent Larry Robinson signed a three-year … Continue reading

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Headlines: Waite on Price, Gallagher Shares Thoughts, Sopel, Timonen, more

Headlines: Waite on Price, Gallagher Shares Thoughts, Sopel, Timonen, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday July 23, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1994 — The Chicago Blackhawks signed Bob Probert. 1997 — Phoenix Coyotes signed free agent Rick Tocchet. Stay informed with All Habs Headlines, everything you need to … Continue reading

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The 71 Million Dollar Question: What to Make of the Habs This October?

The 71 Million Dollar Question: What to Make of the Habs This October?

by Andrew Giesbrecht, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. – There have been some great articles written over the past few weeks from some of the All Habs team on the ongoing Canadiens development camp, … Continue reading

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Closer Look at the Habs Desharnais – Pacioretty Duo

Closer Look at the Habs Desharnais – Pacioretty Duo

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine OTTAWA, ON. — Perhaps the touchiest subject amongst Habs fans is the use and deployment of David Desharnais in relation to Max Pacioretty. While some argue that their chemistry is … Continue reading

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Habs Improvements on Offense: Myth or Reality?

Habs Improvements on Offense: Myth or Reality?

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine For many years now, the Canadiens have been trying to find some offense and they have only managed some mixed success in finding some. Max Pacioretty is the only notable offensive … Continue reading

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Pacioretty Need Not Be Back for Season Opener

Pacioretty Need Not Be Back for Season Opener

by Blake Bennett, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. — In the midst of constant questioning of Marc Bergevin’s supposed complacency in strengthening the top-six group for the coming season, the team’s best goal-scorer, point-producer, and plus/minus darling has gone … Continue reading

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Forward Depth: Should Habs Fans Be Concerned?

Forward Depth: Should Habs Fans Be Concerned?

by Michael Ham-Fan, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine   MONTREAL, QC. — The off-season is not nearly over yet, meaning that there is still time for team manager Marc Bergevin to modify his starting lineup for the first game of the … Continue reading

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Headlines: Galchenyuk, Desharnais, Eller, Cup in Montreal, Fantasy Hockey, more

Headlines: Galchenyuk, Desharnais, Eller, Cup in Montreal, Fantasy Hockey, more

All Habs Headlines: Monday July 13, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 2000 — The Rangers and GM Glen Sather held a press conference to announce that they would be bringing Mark Messier back to New York. Messier, who had … Continue reading

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Habs Max Pacioretty Out 12 Weeks With Knee Injury

Habs Max Pacioretty Out 12 Weeks With Knee Injury

Max Pacioretty suffered a knee injury Montreal Canadiens MEDIA ADVISORY   MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens announced Friday that forward Max Pacioretty suffered a knee injury. His recovery is expected to be 12 weeks. Pacioretty, 26, suffered his injury while working … Continue reading

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