July 30th, 2016 In Montreal Canadiens, Top Stories 0 comments

The enduring image Montreal Canadiens fans have of Brendan Gallagher is him parked in front of the net battling with the opposing goalie and defencemen, getting crosschecked and rag dolled only to bounce back up with a big smile on his face. However, Habs fans will soon be seeing double as forward Andrew Shaw will be making his debut this fall...

July 29th, 2016 In Canadiens Management, Montreal Canadiens, Top Stories 0 comments

It’s been an interesting Montreal Canadiens offseason, filled with many unexpected twists and turns. Maybe fans will have better luck predicting how this coming 2016-17 campaign turns out. Many might have been able to predict that changes were coming care of general manager Marc Bergevin. However, few could have foreseen the significance...

July 29th, 2016 In Canadiens Prospects, Montreal Canadiens 0 comments

When the Montreal Canadiens stepped up to the podium at the 2016 NHL draft and announced that Windsor Spitfires defenceman Mikhail Sergachev was their pick, the Habs made a very important add for their future. Montreal's prospect pool has a plethora of defencemen but prior to Sergachev's addition, it lacked that high ceiling top pairing player....

July 27th, 2016 In Montreal Canadiens 0 comments

On top of trying to steer the Montreal Canadiens to a Stanley Cup, general manager Marc Bergevin will face big challenges in the new two years as he will be negotiating new contracts for forward Alex Galchenyuk and goalie Carey Price. Both Galchenyuk and Price are key players to any success Montreal has, as NHL teams dream of having players like...

July 26th, 2016 In Canadiens Management, Editor's Choice, Montreal Canadiens 0 comments

No one in their right mind would proclaim the Montreal Canadiens 2016-17 Atlantic Division favorites. Well, maybe ESPN in the headline of a recent piece, but the ESP in the name is purely coincidental. And, other than them, no one. Granted, that still doesn’t mean the Habs won’t find success this coming season, one year after...

July 23rd, 2016 In Canadiens Management, Editor's Choice, Montreal Canadiens 0 comments

Many have asked the question, but we may never find out the exact answer: Why not a Taylor Hall for P.K. Subban trade between the Montreal Canadiens and Edmonton Oilers? Logically speaking, it just wouldn't have worked out for the Habs. That Fateful Day The above question has consistently come in response to the two one-for-one blockbusters...

July 20th, 2016 In Canadiens Management, Editor's Choice, Montreal Canadiens 0 comments

All signs point to the Montreal Canadiens being done making major moves this offseason, but they shouldn’t be. Granted, they’ve made enough big deals to last a decade… speaking in general manager Marc Bergevin time anyway. However, there are plenty of holes that still need to be filled. Many might even argue the biggest hole is now...

July 17th, 2016 In Canadiens Management, Editor's Choice, Montreal Canadiens, Top Stories 0 comments

It’s a sad state of affairs when the best-case scenario for Montreal Canadiens fans is that the team’s front office internally acknowledges its defense got worse following the P.K. Subban trade. Then, general manager Marc Bergevin would only be lying to the public instead of himself as well and could actively go about trying to improve...

July 14th, 2016 In Canadiens Management, Editor's Choice, Montreal Canadiens, News, Top Stories 0 comments

While P.K. Subban will be pulling a Nashville Predators jersey over his head come October, there are still far too many questions surrounding the trade that saw the Montreal Canadiens acquire Shea Weber in exchange for their former exuberant defender. And every time one of those questions is answered, yet another seems to appear with more...

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