Montréal Canadiens

Investigating the scenario that lands Pierre-Luc Dubois in Montreal

Over the last couple of days, it has been made clear by Pat Brisson, who is Pierre-Luc Dubois’ agent, that Dubois wants to play as a Montreal Canadien at some point in his career. Dubois had a fantastic bounce-back season scoring 60 points in 81 games. That is his second-best point total in his six-year […]

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Montreal Canadiens Re-Sign Samuel Montembeault

The Montreal Canadiens and G Samuel Montembeault have agreed to a two-year, one-way contract extension that will pay $1M per season. Last season, Montembeault appeared in 38 games and finished with an 8-18-16 record with a 3.77 GAA and a .891SV%. For a team that was desperate in the goalie department last season, re-signing Montembeault […]

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Montreal Canadiens acquire Mike Matheson from the Pittsburgh Penguins

On Saturday afternoon, the Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes announced the team had acquired the Montreal native Mike Matheson and a fourth-round pick in the 2023 NHL Draft for Jeff Petry and Ryan Poehling. Matheson is a 6 foot 2, 188-pound defenseman who is coming off a stellar year in the steel city, scoring […]

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Habs sign Juraj Slafkovsky to entry level deal

On Wednesday, on the first day of NHL free agency, Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes, the Habs, and Slafkovsky have agreed to terms on a three-year deal. The Slovak played 38 games for TPS Turku in Finland last year and finished with five goals and five assists. He also represented Slovakia at the 2022 […]

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Bruins Losing Ground in the East?

NHL Free agency began with a chaotic flourish on Wednesday. Almost $300 million was passed out by teams hungry to improve entering the 2022-23 season. The Bruins have been one of the teams who has not handed out a hefty contract due to cap restrictions, the anticipation for the returns of Patrice Bergeron and David […]

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A busy day for the Montreal Canadiens on day one of Development camp

After selecting Juraj Slafkovsky’s number one overall in the 2022 NHL Draft at the Bell Centre in Montreal, the Slovak hit the ice at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard, Quebec, for the first day of the Montreal Canadiens development camp. The camp is held from the 10th to the 13th, and 40 players, including […]

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Why the Canadiens selected Juraf Slafkovsky over Shane Wright

Martin Lapointe said it best. “[Juraj Slafkovský] is a kid that you want to be around,” the Montreal Canadiens’ co-director of amateur scouting stated about their No. 1 draft pick. Slafkovsky has confidence, maturity, and swagger. Some may not know that he moved away from home and lived independently when he was just 15 to […]

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Five Games To Look Forward To As Devils Fans

Brief Overview The draft is complete, and the free agency frenzy is upon us. Regardless of both of those things, the schedule has officially been released. Lindy Ruff remains behind the bench. It is like Christmas came early and delivered the best present of all. Season ticket holders and fans are planning the games to […]

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5 Games to Get Excited For if You’re an Arizona Coyotes Fan

After a long season that saw the Arizona Coyotes go neck and neck with the Montreal Canadiens for the draft lottery to see who would claim the #1 overall pick in the 2022 Draft, it’s time to look at their 2022-23 schedule to see what games fans should get excited for! October 28 vs. Winnipeg […]

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DeBrincat and Dach Trade Grades Along With Day One Breakdown.

HOLY COW, it has been a day for Kyle Davidson and the Chicago Blackhawks. Coming into the day, the Blackhawks didn’t have a single first-round pick. By the end of the day, Kyle Davidson carved a path from the Blackhawks draft table to the main stage with THREE first-round picks. July seventh will go down […]

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