Canadiens Live or Die With Price’s Play
With the recent play of Carey Price and the moderate success of the Montreal Canadiens, it is easy to see that the team still lives and dies by their No. ...
Canadiens’ Ducharme Brings Winning Pedigree
Claude Julien was relieved of his duties exactly four years and ten days after being hired on Valentine’s Day 2017. In those four years, the Canadiens made the playoffs twice, ...
Future for Canadiens’ Cole Caufield Undecided
Montreal Canadiens’ prospect Cole Caufield could get his wish of playing professional hockey granted sooner than previously thought. With the NCAA still undecided on whether they are going to play hockey in 2020-21 or not, Caufield could find himself signing an entry-level contract (ELC) as early as this offseason. As of now, only the Ivy […]
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Canadiens Finally Fix Longtime Goaltending Issues
Going into the offseason, the Montreal Canadiens had a few areas they needed to improve on, especially goaltending. The exceptional play of Carey Price during the playoffs proved that a rested Price can play at the top of his game consistently, but for this to be a reality, the Habs had to find him a […]
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Canadiens News & Rumors: Domi, Danault, Julien & More
It’s been a busy week for Montreal Canadiens’ news: Max Domi removed any mentions of the team from his social media, Phillip Danault was very candid in his thoughts of what his role should be with the team, and Marc Bergevin had his end-of-season presser. Max Domi’s Situation With the season coming to an end […]
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3 Takeaways From the Canadiens’ Game 5 Win Against the Flyers
The Montreal Canadiens came out in Game 5 with passion and grit. After two lackluster, defense-orientated games where they were shut out twice, the Habs finally broke through, scoring five goals and beating the Philadelphia Flyers 5-3 to stay alive in their best-of-seven series. Speed Beats the Trap The Canadiens came out flying in Game […]
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Canadiens vs. Flyers Playoff Series: How Do They Match Up?
The surprising Montreal Canadiens will face the Philadelphia Flyers, in the first round of the playoffs. These two teams have a rich playoff history against each other, going all the way back to the 1970s. Much like my previous match-up article with the Pittsburgh Penguins, I will mark a win for the team with the […]
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3 Keys to Canadiens’ Qualifying Series Win – Defence, Youth & Price
The Montreal Canadiens did the unthinkable when they beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1 in their best-of-five qualifying series. They won Game 4, 2-0, to clinch their spot in the playoff bracket. Related: Montreal Canadiens Have No Choice but to Re-Sign Petry The Canadiens fought tooth and nail to defeat the favoured Penguins. Here are three […]
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Can Canadiens’ Romanov Finally Fill the Hole Left by Markov?
Since Andrei Markov’s departure from the Montreal Canadiens in 2017, there has been a hole on the defensive left side that management has had a hard time filling. There is no one on the roster who can compare to Markov’s two-way style, until maybe now. The Canadiens have a new Russian player who has the […]
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Canadiens News and Rumors: Romanov, Domi, Lehkonen & More
In this week’s Montreal Canadiens’ news and rumors, Alexander Romanov is finally on his way to Toronto for Phase 4 of the return to play plan (RTP). Max Domi will be playing in the playoffs, and Artturi Lehkonen has a good plan to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins power play. Plus a couple of Canadiens open […]
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Kotkaniemi Could Be Canadiens’ Game-Changer in Penguins Series
It’s been a roller coaster ride for Jesperi Kotkaniemi this season; it started with high hopes, but poor play, loss of confidence, and then being sent to Laval Rocket cast a cloud over it. He started getting his game back and working hard to improve with coach Joel Bouchard and becoming a point-per-game player in […]
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3 Canadiens’ Goalies Battle to Be Price’s Backup
With Phase 3 started and the Montreal Canadiens’ camp in full swing, the most promising sign so far has been the goaltending. Carey Price looks like he’s in top form and the three goalies joining him are making highlight-reel saves during practice as well. Related: Canadiens’ Crowded Crease: Who’s the Odd Man Out With Charlie […]
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Canadiens Doing Their Best Dealing With COVID-19
As the NHL starts Phase 3 of the return to play (RTP) program, there are more and more players testing positive for COVID-19. Even though the NHLPA had a vote which the players agreed upon, there are still concerns over health and safety. There are players around the league opting out while others are waiting […]
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Canadiens News & Rumors: Julien, Ribeiro & Romanov
In today’s Montreal Canadiens news and rumors roundup, Claude Julien addresses the fans request to tank for the top pick, Mike Ribeiro gives his thoughts on the Shea Weber/PK Subban trade and his future, plus, the potential CBA modifications as the NHL/NHLPA continue to negotiate. Finally, will Alexander Romanov be able to play? Claude Julien […]
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Canadiens 2020-21 Defense: Who’s In & Who’s Out
The Montreal Canadiens go into the next season with a large group of young defensemen trying to make the big club. Alexander Romanov is one of those young defenders that will undoubtedly make the Habs’ roster next season, which will create a log jam on the backend – especially on the left side. One or […]
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Habs Need to Target These Free Agent Defensemen
The start of NHL free agency is technically July 1, but with the league moving into Phase 2 of the return, it will more than likely be pushed back to a much later date. This shouldn’t stop teams like the Montreal Canadiens from looking at what free agents they should be targeting to improve their […]
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Canadiens’ Likely Lineup for the Penguins Play-in Series
The NHL has entered Phase Two of its back to hockey plan, where players can now practice at their home facilities on a volunteer basis. Phase Three of this plan is scheduled to start around mid-July, which will involve a training camp to prepare for an August start to the play-in/playoffs. At the trade deadline […]
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Canadiens: Marc Bergevin’s 5 Biggest Mistakes
Marc Bergevin has been the general manager (GM) of the Montreal Canadiens for eight years and has had his ups and downs. He seems very good at making trades but lacks the ability to draw in good free agents. Although it started out rough, his drafting has been better lately, which it needs to be […]
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Montreal Canadiens 2020 Mock NHL Draft Picks
Recently, all of us at The Hockey Writers got together and released a 2020 NHL mock draft. I had the pleasure of picking, along with my Canadiens’ writing counterpart, Alexandre Desrochers Ayotte, the Habs’ selections in the mock draft. Related: Yaroslav Askarov: A Canadiens’ First-Round Pick? The only rule for this draft is no trading. […]
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Habs Future Better Served with Play-in Round Loss
The Montreal Canadiens will play the Pittsburgh Penguins in a play-in series to determine who makes it to the 16-team playoffs if the NHL resumes later this year. This provides hope for some fans that the struggling team can turn it around and make a run for the Stanley Cup. For other fans, it’s seen […]
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