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Montreal Canadiens Making Matters Worse With Every Loss

The Montreal Canadiens are the most disappointing team this season sitting with a 2-7-1 record now ten games in. They have the league’s worst offense (1.70 goals-per-game) and the second worst defense (3.70 goals-allowed-average) which clearly states the issues outright. Fans have all but given up on seeing the Habs turn this ship around despite with plenty of hockey still …

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Montreal Canadiens Finally Suffer First Loss In 10 Games

The team that was all about Carey Price last year had clearly had a chip on their shoulder they wanted to address, and there’s no better way to do that than by starting the season by winning nine straight regulation games. These weren’t your usual “Price stood on his head” victories or shootout victories. The Canadiens were absolutely dominant in …

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Top 5 Montreal Canadiens Players of All-Time

The Montreal Canadiens are an old and storied franchise. They’ve won 24 Stanley Cups in their 106-year existence, two times more than the second place Toronto Maple Leafs. So ask yourself, in 106 years and 24 Stanley Cups championships later, who were the five great hockey players to call Montreal home? Since the beginning, Montreal has been blessed with the …

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Jeff Petry cashes in, signs 6 year extension with Canadiens

How does the saying go, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure? During a trade deadline where defensemen were highly sought after but few and far between, Bergevin was quietly able to acquire the undervalued Jeff Petry from Edmonton. Former Edmonton Oilers General Manager Craig MacTavish dealt defenseman Jeff Petry to the Montreal Canadiens at the 2015 trade deadline for …

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Will Lightning Strike Twice for Montreal?

After successful regular seasons from both the Canadiens and Lightning, both clubs look to renew a divisional rivalry that began during last year’s playoffs when the Habs swept the Lightning in 4 games. The Lightning retaliated with some revenge, sweeping the Canadiens 5-0 in the 2014-2015 regular season. Much like the Lightning’s success versus the Canadiens in the regular season, …

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