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What to Expect from Habs Zack Kassian

What to Expect from Habs Zack Kassian

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine When it was reported that the Canadiens had traded for Zack Kassian, it was fun to read Twitter and see the reactions. Most were quite critical, saying that GM Marc Bergevin … Continue reading

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Most Improved Teams and Losers of the NHL Draft 2015

Most Improved Teams and Losers of the NHL Draft 2015

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine The NHL Draft is always an interesting moment for General Managers around the league and this year was no different. Trades, picks, jousting for position, GMs took advantage of their proximity … Continue reading

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Time to Honour the Great Bobby Orr

Time to Honour the Great Bobby Orr

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Times have changed. Hockey has changed. The voting for NHL Awards seems to have changed as well. Perhaps in an era where hockey is being played in hot climates, in so-called … Continue reading

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Habs Dilemma: Tomas Plekanec

Habs Dilemma: Tomas Plekanec

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine Life as a hockey player in Montreal is guaranteed to bring its ups and downs and when the team hasn’t won a Stanley Cup in 22 years, those who have been … Continue reading

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A Habs Loss That Didn’t Feel Like One

A Habs Loss That Didn’t Feel Like One

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine While winning is the ultimate goal in professional sports, there are times when one must look beyond the final score to build momentum, especially in the National Hockey League playoffs when … Continue reading

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Habs Adjustments: Improving the Power-play and Focusing on Karlsson

Habs Adjustments: Improving the Power-play and Focusing on Karlsson

By J.D. Lagrange, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine In a series where the Montreal Canadiens have allowed the first goal in all five games so far and where the Senators came out on top coming back into a series … Continue reading

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Don’t Take a Second For Granted: What Winnipeg Fans Taught Me This Season

Don’t Take a Second For Granted: What Winnipeg Fans Taught Me This Season

by Shannon Penfound, Staff Writer and Event Coordinator, All Habs Hockey Magazine “Living in Manitoba as a Habs fan, and for the majority of my life without Winnipeg having an NHL team, I have only been able to imagine what … Continue reading

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Game 4 Recap – Canadiens vs Senators: Habs Fall Flat in Ottawa

Game 4 Recap – Canadiens vs Senators: Habs Fall Flat in Ottawa

Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 4 | Wednesday April 22, 2015 | Canadiens lead series 3-1 Canadian Tire Centre, Kanata, ON. CANADIENS Montreal 0-1 SENATORS Ottawa Lineup scratches:  Manny Malhotra, Mike Weaver, Sergei Gonchar, Nathan Beaulieu (upper-body), P.A. Parenteau, Joey MacDonald  … Continue reading

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Top 5: Best (and Worst) Anthems in the NHL

Top 5: Best (and Worst) Anthems in the NHL

by Katherine, Author Emeritus, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC. — Still recovering from Game 3? In order to distract you from thinking about how your heart is going to survive Game 4, let me bore you with a totally meaningless and … Continue reading

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Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 4 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 4 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Senators coach Dave Cameron will replace veteran center David Legwand with Zack Smith, while Michel Therrien announced that Greg Pateryn would play for injured defensemen Nathan Beaulieu. Habs’ coach Michel Therrien on the first three games: “We have put … Continue reading

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