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New TV Deal Could Leave Canadiens Fans Blacked Out

New TV Deal Could Leave Canadiens Fans Blacked Out

by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Last November, the NHL reached a 12 year deal with Rogers Communications for the Canadian broadcast rights of the NHL. The new deal has caused confusion and many unknowns … Continue reading

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A Huge Price to Pay: Canadiens’ Goalie Focused for 2014/15 Season

A Huge Price to Pay: Canadiens’ Goalie Focused for 2014/15 Season

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — Coming off of what most fans would agree was his most successful regular season, it was a disappointingly short playoff run for Canadiens’ net minder, Carey … Continue reading

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A Little Summer, Culture and Hockey

A Little Summer, Culture and Hockey

We continue to receive response from our group that made the trek to Philadelphia to attend the NHL Entry Draft a few weeks ago. It was truly a memorable event. We have published some of the reaction from some of … Continue reading

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Fan Focus: I Saw That Kid Get Drafted!

Fan Focus: I Saw That Kid Get Drafted!

MONTREAL, QC. — The All Habs team was grateful to attend the NHL Entry Draft in Philadelphia a few weeks ago. And we were thrilled to be joined by almost 50 of our readers and social media followers. They represented … Continue reading

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Fan Focus: Angie Goes to the Draft

Fan Focus: Angie Goes to the Draft

by Ainsley Smith, Staff Writer,  All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON. —  The 2014 NHL draft kicked off in the city of brotherly love, and two young brothers from Montreal had the opportunity to take it all in, with the hopes of … Continue reading

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Prospect Report: Habs Development Camp Testing [GALLERY]

Prospect Report: Habs Development Camp Testing [GALLERY]

BROSSARD, QC. – The good folks from Sport Testing were back at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard this week to assess the speed, agility and endurance of the prospects. We had an opportunity last Fall to be rinkside as the … Continue reading

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All Habs Mailbag: Lecavalier, Poutine, Plekanec, Trading Subban, Stanley Cup

All Habs Mailbag: Lecavalier, Poutine, Plekanec, Trading Subban, Stanley Cup

by Chris G, Staff Writer & Podcast Host, All Habs Hockey Magazine LAVAL, QC. — The season may be over on the ice, but we all know that there’s something going on in the NHL all year long. The All Habs team is … Continue reading

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Prospect Report: Canadiens Development Camp Photo Gallery

Prospect Report: Canadiens Development Camp Photo Gallery

BROSSARD, QC. — Prospects are a very important part of our coverage here at All Habs. This is the eighth consecutive camp that we are reporting from giving Canadiens fans their first glimpse of Habs draft class of 2014 joined … Continue reading

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Tomas Plekanec: An Unlikely Trade for a Brighter Future

Tomas Plekanec: An Unlikely Trade for a Brighter Future

by Ryan Skilton, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine OAKVILLE, ON. — When picturing Tomas Plekanec, you might envision a sound two-way center who thrives in all game situations; a player who can be relied on to help kill off … Continue reading

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Team Cohesion: How the Loss of Gionta, Gorges May Affect Habs Success

Team Cohesion: How the Loss of Gionta, Gorges May Affect Habs Success

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine WINNIPEG, MB. — There’s been a lot of talk regarding the recent movement of Canadiens’ veterans, Brian Gionta and Josh Gorges. Gionta, team captain since 2010, and Gorges, a … Continue reading

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