1. Sizing Up the Bottom Six: What Are Pierre Gauthier's Options?

    Canadiens blue-liner Josh Gorges is officially going to arbitration after being unable to reach an agreement with the club. Meaning the Habs brass will have to pay up or shut up to sign the technically-sound 26-year-old...

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  2. UFC 124 Main Card Breakdown: Can Josh Koscheck Dethrone King George St-Pierre?

    John Howard (14-5-0) vs Thiago Alves (17-7-0) Kick-boxing fanatics rejoice. If there's one fight you shouldn't miss on the UFC 124 card, it's this one...

    Steve Fusinato Written by Steve Fusinato about over 3 years ago 776 reads 8 comments

  3. Canadiens Weekly Wrap-Up: P.K. Subban in the House, Yannick Weber and More

    The Habs kicked off the month of December this week. Jacques Martin's squad was looking to keep its tight grip on the Northeast Division's No. 1 spot...

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  4. Canadiens Q1 Review: Carey Price Leads Habs to Successful First Quarter

    With the Canadiens having played 24 games this season, it seems like a fitting time to evaluate their quarterly performance. This means that our format for this week will be a little changed as we will not be recapping the past seven days...

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  5. Canadiens Weekly Wrap Up: Pat Burns, Carey Price and Monday Night Mayhem

    After last Tuesday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers, something told me this week's column would be a little longer than usual. My spidey-sense was all over the place with good and bad things to come as the week continued to roll on...

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  6. Montreal Canadiens' P.K. Subban Too Cocky For Own Good? Mike Richards Thinks So

    The answer is quite simply, no. Well, that's the article folks. Hope you enjoyed it. Just kidding. Let's elaborate a little on my assessment of the matter that was brought up by No...

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  7. Canadiens Weekly Wrap Up: 3 Wins, 3 Months Without Andrei Markov

    So much for the ''who have they beaten'' argument. A flawless week that saw finally saw the Montreal Canadiens meet and defeat superior competition. Three flawless outings, with only three goals allowed by temporary fan-favorite Carey Price...

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  8. Canadiens Week 5 Wrap Up: Jeff Halpern and Friends Sweep the Thumbs Up Honors

    November has officially begun, a month of Christmas shopping, snow and more importantly..my birthday. Please forward all your gifts on or before November 30th to my P.O. Box; personal message me and I will gladly give you the address...

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  9. Montreal Canadiens: It's Jaroslav Spacek's Time to Sit Out a Few Games

    Confront them with annihilation, and they will then survive; plunge them into a deadly situation, and they will then live. When people fall into danger, they are then able to strive for victory...

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  10. Canadiens' Supporting Cast Featured in Week 4's Edition of Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down

    Welcome folks, to the paranormal edition of Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down. This week's column will frankly look like it was written as the pilot for a reboot of the Twilight Zone series...

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  11. Will Andrei Markov's Return Ignite Montreal Canadiens' Impotent Power Play?

    In the post-lockout NHL, having a dominant power play can dictate where your team will finish in the standings. Interference, hooking and roughing penalties are a common occurrence...

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  12. Montreal Canadiens Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down: Jacques Martin Highlights Week 3

    This was a short third week of the season for the Montreal Canadiens highlighted by two very different performances. Ladies and gentlemen, this is Week 3's edition of Thumbs Up/Thumbs down...

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  13. Toe-to-Toe: 15 Must-Watch NHL Fights

    It's no secret that the National Hockey League has produced some exciting moments over the years. The professional league with the most difficult piece of silverware to acquire—the Stanley Cup...

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  14. Montreal Canadiens: Tom Pyatt Latest To Be Used As Second-Line Saga Continues

    What a dreadfully long week it's been, guys. No Canadiens hockey and no beer make Steve go something something— if you know your Simpsons references...

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  15. Montreal Canadiens: Carey Price, Andrei Kostitsyn Highlight Week 2's TU/TD

    Welcome to the second edition of Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down. We've got a lot of points to cover for Week 2, so let's get down to business...

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  16. Montreal Canadiens Prevail Over Buffalo Sabres in 40th Anniversary of First Game

    To the victor go the spoils, and the Canadiens had no problem playing spoiler on Friday evening. The Buffalo Sabres celebrated the start of a new 40 years exactly like they did the first time around, losing to a superior Montreal squad...

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  17. Montreal Canadiens: Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down Week 1 Edition

    Welcome to the first edition of Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down where throughout the season we'll be focusing on weekly positive and negative notes...

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  18. Michael Cammalleri Returns as Montreal Canadiens Clash with Penguins

    With the first game jitters out of the way, it doesn't get any easier for the Canadiens in their second game of the season. After losing a tight one to their longtime rivals from Toronto on Thursday, the Habs have arrived in Pittsburgh...

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  19. Montreal Canadiens Make Final Cuts For 2010-11 NHL Season Debut

    Hocktober fest is finally here ladies and gentlemen! Conversations with your workmates finally become relevant again, we can all rekindle our friendships around the water cooler ...

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  20. UPDATED: Montreal Canadiens Lose Mike Cammalleri In 7-2 Islanders Rout

    On an eventful Saturday for Quebec Nordiques fans it was their highway 20 rivals, the Montreal Canadiens , who lit up the lamp at the Colisée...

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  21. Montreal Canadiens: Max Pacioretty and Ryan O'Byrne on the Bubble and More

    After cutting 18 players on Monday, the Canadiens' training camp continues to roll on with the roster being dropped down to 28...

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  22. Line Em' Up Part 2: The Montreal Canadiens' D-Men, Special Teams, and Carey Price

    In last week’s first of two installments, we evaluated Jacques Martin’s options in terms of offensive line combinations...

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  23. Line Em' Up Part 1: Evaluating Jacques Martin's Options on Offense

    In our first installment of a two-part series, we’ll be looking at the four offensive lines that are most likely to suit up in time for puck drop October 7th...

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  24. And The Nominees Are.. Who Will Be The 33rd Captain?

    After having their first season without a captain in 101 years, the Montreal Canadiens seem ready and willing to finally select one...

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  25. Carey's Price Is Right

    After the Jarolav Halak trade, and subsequent signing with St. Louis, the only thing on everyone's lips was Carey Price re-signing. A slow summer followed and the only money the young goalie was collecting came from rodeo prizes...

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