1. Montreal Canadiens Cash in on Free Agency with Erik Cole Signing

    For the better part of the decade, the Montreal Canadiens have lacked a big-body presence up front that can wreak havoc in front of the opponent's net and can also bury scoring opportunities...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about 3 years ago 567 reads 1 comments

  2. 2011 NHL Entry Draft: Montreal Canadiens Have Great Asset in Nathan Beaulieu

    After the whirlwind season that saw them get knocked out of the playoffs in Game 7 of the first round by the rival Boston Bruins, the Montreal Canadiens were once again on the hunt ...

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  3. Montreal Canadiens: Carey Price's Strong Play Can Erase Memory of Jaroslav Halak

    "HA-LAK! HA-LAK! HA-LAK!" These were the cheers of overbearing adoration that resonated through the province of Quebec this past spring...

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  4. 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Montreal Canadiens Have Potential To Surprise

    The 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs are upon us, and the hockey world waits in angst to see which team will hoist Lord Stanley's hardware come springtime...

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  5. Why the Montreal Canadiens Need To Hang on to Carey Price

    Unless you've been under a rock for the past seven months, you're probably more than well aware of the Montreal Canadiens' goaltending controversy...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 1,711 reads 41 comments

  6. Georges Laraque's Release Long Overdue For Montreal Canadiens

    2010 hasn't been a very good year so far for Georges Laraque. With a lingering back injury, too many trips to the press box, and devastating news of the disaster in his family's native Haiti, ...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 525 reads 9 comments

  7. Making Sense of the Guillaume Latendresse-Benoit Pouliot Trade

    Sometimes, it can be amazing just how much things don't work out the way they were supposed to. Just ask Guillaume Latendresse and Benoit Pouliot...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 678 reads 11 comments

  8. Montreal Canadiens: Andrei Kostitsyn's Injury Takes Punch Out of Offense

    It was too good to be true. Andrei Kostitsyn was finally hitting his stride on a line with Mike Cammalleri and Tomas Plekanec. His stats reflected that perfectly, as his goals total was finally what it should be...

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  9. Brian Gionta's Return Making the Difference for Montreal Canadiens

    In Wednesday's contest against the Tampa Bay Lightning, it was clear just how much the return of Brian Gionta was a huge relief for the entire team, especially for the Habs' first line...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 328 reads 2 comments

  10. Jaroslav Halak-Carey Price: Elite Duo Emerges for Montreal Canadiens

    Amidst the Montreal Canadiens' well publicized goaltending controversy, one constant seems to have arisen every time the Habs hit the ice: strong goaltending...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 1,265 reads 4 comments

  11. Marc-Andre Bergeron Evoking Memories of Mark Streit in Montreal

    In 2007-08, the Montreal Canadiens had the best power play in the National Hockey League, due in large part to some of the best offensive defensemen in the game today, namely Andrei Markov and Mark Streit...

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  12. Andrei Markov Returns From Injury: What It Means For The Canadiens

    Deprived of their best defenseman since the first game of the season, the Montreal Canadiens have experienced a roller coaster ride that has seen them fall to fourth in the Northeast division, only two points ahead of the Toronto Maple Leafs...

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  13. Montreal Canadiens: Patience Necessary Before Judging Scott Gomez

    For the Montreal Canadiens, the lack of secondary scoring has been an issue that has been plaguing the club for a few years now, and this season is no different...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 507 reads 4 comments

  14. Trading Jaroslav Halak Could Prove Costly for Montreal Canadiens

    Last week, it was rumored that Bob Gainey was actively shopping Jaroslav Halak on the trade market, and this added more fuel to the trade rumors that have been swirling around Halak for the better part of the season...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 1,176 reads 21 comments

  15. Montreal Canadiens: Andrei Kostitsyn Finally Showing What He Can Do

    The year 2009 has been a rough one for Andrei Kostitsyn. Off the ice, he and his brother Sergei were involved in an outlandish rumor that had them and Roman Hamrlik linked to the Montreal mobster Pasquale Mangiola...

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  16. Mike Cammalleri Proves He Should Be the Next Montreal Canadiens Captain

    It was a special night for the Montreal Canadiens organization. Founded on Dec. 4, 1909, the Canadiens celebrated 100 years of excellence, passion, and tradition on Friday night...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 877 reads 7 comments

  17. Sergei Kostitsyn Adds Much-Needed Offense to Montreal Canadiens

    Nov. 23, 2009, was a tumultuous day for the Montreal Canadiens. Golden boy Guillaume Latendresse was traded for Benoit Pouliot, and enfant terrible Sergei Kostitsyn was called up from Hamilton, ...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 344 reads 7 comments

  18. Guillaume Latendresse To Minnesota Wild, Benoit Pouliot To Montreal Canadiens

    In case you haven't heard, Guillaume Latendresse has been traded to the Minnesota Wild. It has been a rough season for Latendresse, who has scored two goals and added an assist...

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  19. In Mike Cammalleri, Montreal Canadiens Have First True Goal Scorer in Years

    When I think of Mike Cammalleri, a few words come to mind: determination, speed, courage, power, and most of all, goals. Cammalleri is the first natural goal-scorer the Canadiens have had in over a decade...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 627 reads 2 comments

  20. Montreal Canadiens: After Gomez's Injury Gainey Should Just Let The Kids Play

    While nothing is official yet, both Scott Gomez and Travis Moen remain game time decisions for tonight's contest between the Montreal Canadiens and the Detroit Red Wings at the Bell Centre...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 1,375 reads 3 comments

  21. Battered Blue Line to Blame for Montreal Canadiens Power Play Woes

    It's unlikely that Jacques Martin and Bob Gainey wanted to see what their team looked like without power play quarterback Andrei Markov. Unfortunately for Martin and Gainey, Markov has been out since the first game of the season in Toronto...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about over 4 years ago 161 reads 2 comments

  22. Montreal Canadiens: Team Identity Remains a Mystery

    Going into the 2009-2010 season, no one knew what to make of a Canadiens roster that had seen a major overhaul over the course of the season...

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  23. Tomas Plekanec: First Quarter MVP For Montreal Canadiens

    Tomas Plekanec seemed to have hit rock bottom during the 2008-09 season, being his own biggest critic, he described his play as that of 'a little girl'...

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  24. Montreal Canadiens' Power Play Misses Alex Kovalev Dearly

    For three seasons, between 2005-06 to 2007-08, the Montreal Canadiens were the owners of one the best power plays in the National Hockey League, ranking fifth in 2005-06, and fist in 2006-07 and 2007-08...

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  25. Montreal Canadiens Devoid Of Depth: Bob Gainey Needs To Step in

    In the third period of Saturday night's 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning, Canadiens coach Jacques Martin benched his third and fourth lines. For the majority of the period, Mike Cammalleri, Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta were on the ice...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about almost 5 years ago 630 reads 7 comments