It took the bulk of summer but All-Star defenseman P.K. Subban finally earned his pay day in the form of a long term deal with the Montreal Canadiens. The 8 year, […]
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The Montreal Canadiens face a dilemma, namely a lack of a captain heading into the 2014-15 season and perhaps even a suitable candidate to replace the outgoing Brian Gionta. With […]
Since his stint with the Montreal Canadiens began in 1963, Dr. David Mulder has worked with 9 different general managers, 16 head coaches, and has been a part of 12 […]
By Ari Grief (@HabsFanLeafLand) It’s common knowledge that Marc Bergevin will have his hands full this coming offseason, no matter what fate awaits the 2013-14 Montreal Canadiens. Obviously, his first priority […]
By Nathan Currier @nathancurrier If the Habs’ General Manager Marc Bergevin does nothing next summer except lounge by the pool, the following September at the 2014-2015 Canadiens training camp there […]
Prior to the start of the truncated 2012-2013 season most in the hockey world pegged the chances of the Montreal Canadiens reaching the post-season on 4 specific issues The Habs […]
Guy Lapointe, aka “Pointu,” holds a Montreal Canadiens team record that might surprise you. In 1974-75 the hard-hitting defender scored 28 goals, putting him ahead of legendary Habs like Doug […]
With the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators set to meet in the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time ever, what should fans expect from the series? Although the […]
Montreal Canadiens (2) vs. Ottawa Senators (7) Some hockey fans in Canada will certainly be disappointed that the Montreal Canadiens won’t meet the Toronto Maple Leaf in the first round of the playoffs, but […]
Another game, another loss for the Canadiens last night against the New Jersey Devils. This time, the Habs managed to stay in the game after trailing 3-0 early on to […]
The playoffs are right around the corner, and although the Canadiens have had a stellar season thus far, there is still some room for improvement. The Habs have relied on […]
Pavel Datsyuk is one of the greatest two-way forwards the National Hockey League has ever had.
And this is someone who was selected 171st overall in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft.