Pressure is one reason why big name players regularly pass on the Montreal Canadiens. This summer, Daniel Briere wasn’t one of them.
Some noteworthy articles on the Habs
- Who is Mike Weaver?
- Discussing the Glory Days of the Montreal Canadiens with former President (1964-72) David Molson
- The Montreal Forum 1908 – 1996
- 2013-14 Edition, How The Were Built
The Montreal Canadiens recently faced the St. Louis Blues, making it the fourth head to head battle of former Canadiens crease-mates Jaroslav Halak and Carey Price. Halak vs Price was […]
Following the Montreal Canadiens’ line combinations is like tracing a single thread through a tangle of yarn. On any given shift, after any given power play or any given penalty […]
There is no better international tournament to showcase hockey’s future than the IIHF World Junior Championships. Along with this year’s Heritage Classic and Olympic Winter Games, enthusiasts across the […]
Montreal Canadiens prospect Zach Fucale will be the backbone of the Canadian entry at the upcoming World Junior Championships, a team that will be in search of their first Gold […]
When a team has just 9 wins and find themselves in last place of their division, fans may think it’s silly to call one particular game a “must win.” But […]
Thanks to an incredible 10-1-2 record over the past thirteen games, and a big win over their hated rival Boston Bruins on Thursday night, the Montreal Canadiens currently find themselves […]
The Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins have a storied rivalry — one that might be the best in the history of the NHL. Now in 2013, nothing has changed.
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 […]
The biggest complaint, if we can call it that, I’ve come across against Subban is that he’s a risk-taker; something that Team Canada head coach Mike Babcock emphasized when he was questioned during a recent visit to Montreal.
The Game: 30th Anniversary Edition, by Ken Dryden. (2013, Chicago: Triumph Books. Trade Paper. Pp. 320. $19.95. ISBN: 9781600789618) If you pick up the 30th anniversary edition of Ken Dryden’s […]
He may not be a candidate for Team Canada at the upcoming Olympic Winter Games but at the quarter mark of the season Brendan Gallagher is the Montreal Canadiens’ MVP. […]