Grading the 2016-17 Canadiens: Our community’s evaluations of the forwards

The results of our user polls on the performances of Habs attackers. In the first part of the community season reviews, we looked at the goalies and defencemen and how you ranked their play this season. The overall opinion was a positive one for the defensive personnel, with no major criticisms. The opinions were fairly positive about the forwards who played major roles this season...
Via Eyes On The Prize
5 hours ago

Markov Obvious Priority for Canadiens

If the Montreal Canadiens want to take the next step in 2017-18, there are plenty of moves that need to be made between now and October. After another early playoff exit, general manager Marc Bergevin has his work cut out for him. His laundry list includes improving his depth at center, adding more offense, re-signing Russian superstar Alexander Radulov and extending the contract...
Via The Hockey Writers
6 hours ago

Habs prospects Addison and Sergachev propel the Spitfires to Memorial Cup victory

The two prospects played a major hand in the Spitfires’ run to the CHL’s top prize. As the host team for the Memorial Cup, there’s always added pressure to perform at the highest level. The Windsor Spitfires did it when it counted most, even after a heartbreaking seven-game series loss against the rival London Knights in the OHL playoffs. While the team was loaded up with...
Via Eyes On The Prize
7 hours ago

Monday Habs Headlines: Martin Reway excited to get back to work

Here are your daily links including Reway’s comeback, Sergachev & Addison at the Memorial Cup, Kessel relating to Subban, and the Stanley Cup Final begins Montreal News and Notes After a long layoff, Martin Reway is excited to finally get back to work.Habs prospects Jeremiah Addison and Mikhail Sergachev are Memorial Cup Champions! Andrew Zadarnowski joins Habs Breakfast...
Via Eyes On The Prize
9 hours ago

Best Bang-for-Buck Montreal Canadiens

It would be an understatement to say Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin has his work cut out for him. He has to re-sign several free agents this summer (Alex Galchenyuk and Andrei Markov, among others) and ideally add offense to a team that scored just 11 goals in 6 playoff games. That’s on top of hopefully bringing back Alexander Radulov. As proof that he’s capable...
Via The Hockey Writers
2 days ago

Canadiens Likely Can’t Afford Radulov

There’s no doubt the Montreal Canadiens need Alexander Radulov’s scoring, but can they afford him, specifically? Bergevin Does Something Good Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin – (Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports) General manager Marc Bergevin undeniably hit a home run when he convinced Alexander Radulov to sign with the Habs from out of the Kontinental Hockey League...
Via The Hockey Writers
4 days ago

Montreal Canadiens: Former Captain Saku Koivu Inducted Into the IIHF Hall of Fame

On Sunday, May 21 2017, a legend was inducted into the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame Although Saku Koivu retired from his NHL career as an Anaheim Duck, he left his true hockey legacy behind at Montreal. Koivu was the a part of the Canadiens organization for 13 years, and captain for 10 of those years. He became an iconic figure in the Habs organization, on...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Montreal Canadiens have nobody to blame but themselves for early playoff exit

In this day and age, grit doesn’t win championships in sports. Unfortunately, the Montreal Canadiens didn’t get that memo and their season is now over sooner than expected because of it.Let’s rewind a little bit. In the previous offseason, general manager Marc Bergevin tried to swing for the fences in order to reshape a team that failed to qualify for the playoffs.Bergevin dealt...
Via The Comeback
April 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Andrew Shaw hits the roof of Madison Square Garden with a puck, catches it on his stick

Andrew Shaw hasn’t been much of a factor in the playoffs for the Montreal Canadiens so far, but he’s still capable of pulling off a play which must be seen to be believed.While practicing before his team’s Game 4 match against the New York Rangers on Tuesday night, Shaw had some time to work on his stickhandling and dangling skills. Many players will work on their coordination...
Via The Comeback
April 18, 2017  |  Discuss

Alexander Radulov scores an insane one-handed goal against Henrik Lundqvist

The Alexander Radulov signing is working out pretty well for the Montreal Canadiens. Need proof? Check out his insane goal from Game 3 between the Canadiens and the New York Rangers. With the Canadiens leading 2-0 late in the third period, Radulov was able to collect a loose puck sitting just out in front of Henrik Lundqvist’s crease. Despite the fact Kevin Hayes was closely...
Via The Comeback
April 16, 2017  |  Discuss

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