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Cole Caufield skating for the Montreal Canadiens

Cole Caufield Signs Eight-Year Contract Extension in Montreal

The Montreal Canadiens announced on Monday, June 5th, that they have signed restricted free-agent Cole Caufield to an eight-year, $62.8 million contract. The deal carries an average annual value of $7.85 million and will expire at the end of the 2030-31 season. Caufield is the second highest-paid player on the Canadiens; forward, and Canadiens captain […]

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Pierre-Luc Dubois in a Winnipeg Jets uniform doing the Superman Celly after a goal.

Could Montreal Be Willing to Move 5th Overall Pick to Acquire Pierre-Luc Dubois?

It has been reported that Kent Hughes, the Montreal Canadiens general manager, is willing to move the fifth overall pick of the 2023 NHL entry draft to acquire Winnipeg Jets center, Pierre-Luc Dubois. The report comes around 12:00 pm CST on May 9th from a reporter of the Montreal Gazette. This comes as a report […]

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Montreal Canadiens forward Joel Armia takes a knee during warmups before the Canadiens' April 6 game against the Washington Capitals. This was the Canadiens' Pride Night game.

Joel Armia Powers Canadiens Past Capitals

The goal celebration for Nicklas Backstrom’s sixth power-play goal of the season was subdued. In the Washington Capitals’ first game since being eliminated from the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoff, the team looked like it was mentally already in the offseason. Washington lost 6-2 to the Montreal Canadiens, the second-lowest-ranked team in the Eastern Conference. Joel […]

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Canadiens & Sharks Could Make Blockbuster Trade at 2023 Deadline

At this point of the season, the Montreal Canadiens currently have a 20-27-4 record and are at the bottom of the Atlantic Division. With their playoff hopes essentially being nonexistent, they are expected to be sellers at the 2023 Trade Deadline. As a result, players like Sean Monahan, Evgeni Dadonov, Joel Edmundson, Josh Anderson, Jonathan […]

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Cole Caufield Explains Decision To End Season

The Montreal Canadiens suffered a major blow when it was announced that Cole Caufield would have season-ending surgery on his shoulder. Now Habs fans know why he made the decision to end his season. “This happened the first time (on Dec. 23 in a 4-2 loss at the Dallas Stars), and I just had an […]

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What Are the Montreal Canadiens?

Going into the season, many hockey pundits and fans alike thought that the Montreal Canadiens were going to be a bad team. Can you blame them? The team does not have a lot of depth, does not have Carey Price backstopping them, and plays in the unbelievably high-octane Atlantic Division. Believe it or not, the […]

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This Week On Oilers Hockey: 8

If Saturday’s matinee game isn’t the Edmonton Oilers in a freaking nutshell, I don’t know what is. Being down 3-0 after two periods against the Rangers, it looked like they’d go winless on their three game road trip, ending it on a very sour note. When that reality looked inevitable, the team exploded with a […]

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Penguins Fall to Canadiens in Overtime 5-4

The Pittsburgh Penguins fell to the Montreal Canadiens in overtime last night. The Penguins won the last two games that they played before last night and got five out of the six points available in the past three games. One minute and 48 seconds into the game, Habs forward Josh Anderson, back from his two-game […]

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Habs Battle Back to Beat Pittsburgh in Overtime

In overtime, the Montreal Canadiens snapped their two-game losing streak by beating the Pittsburgh Penguins. The visiting Pittsburgh Penguins got the first scoring chance of the game as they managed to get a quick shot on Samuel Montembault, who was making a start due to Jake Allen being out due to parental leave. A minute […]

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Game One: Old Habits Die Hard

The evenings are starting to get shorter, leaves are falling to the ground, there is a buzz in the air, and the Habs took 7 to 10 business days to get their season opener started. That can only mean one thing; hockey is back, baby! The Leafs opened their 2022/23 season on the road at […]

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