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The Canadiens need to stay the course with their off-season plans

Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog) - ‎18 hours ago‎
One of the long-standing narratives surrounding the Montreal Canadiens franchise is that the team is too small, and gets pushed around by other teams.

Report: The Canadiens are close to signing Vadim Shipachyov

Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog) - ‎7 hours ago‎
Earlier today, Journal de Montreal reporter Yvon Pedneault reported he was told by an unnamed source that the negotiations between the Canadiens and Vadim Shipachyov are close to being a done deal. The rumours linking Montreal to the KHL standout ...
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Montreal Canadiens Pursuing KHL Talent an Exercise in Futility

The Hockey Writers - ‎May 21, 2016‎
The Montreal Canadiens reportedly pursuing Vadim Shipachyov is like them running after a bus on foot after it's already left the stop.
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3 Ways Montreal Canadiens Should Be Better in 2016-17

The Hockey Writers - ‎May 19, 2016‎
In absolute terms, the 2015-16 Montreal Canadiens were awful. Their 82 points masked how they were actually six games under .500, scored 15 goals less than they gave up and actually started the season a perfect 9-0 (going 29-38-6 the rest of the way).

The Montreal Canadiens Can Bounce Back in 2016-17

The Hockey Writers - ‎May 18, 2016‎
This past season didn't go exactly according to plan for the Montreal Canadiens. The team struggled mightily after a team record-breaking start to the season.

Off-Season Game Plan: Carolina Hurricanes

TSN - ‎May 13, 2016‎
The Montreal Canadiens had 110 points in 2014-2015, their highest total since 1988-1989, and started last season with an 18-4-2 record, prompting talk of a Stanley Cup.

What the Puck: There are worse general managers than Marc Bergevin

Montreal Gazette - ‎May 19, 2016‎
Let's start with Houle. The former Habs forward was appointed GM in October 1995, only four games into the season. Let's just take a deep breath and think yet again about that one.

Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien needs to change his style to suit today's NHL

National Post - ‎May 13, 2016‎
While that upsets some Montreal fans - especially anglophone ones - the Canadiens are a business and it's understandable why it's important to have the man behind the bench communicate in both official languages.
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Man charged in attempted kidnapping of 7-year-old girl in Jeanne-Mance Park

Montreal Gazette - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Former Canadiens enforcer Georges Laraque was among those who helped foil the abduction attempt. Laraque was playing in a charity baseball game in the park when the incident happened.
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Montreal making a push this summer to land Steven Stamkos?

Digital Journal - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Its been reported that the former first round pick is good friends with Canadiens defender P.K. Subban and that could give Montreal the inside track on the star center. Lightning general manager Brain Lawton has suggested the two pals coming together ...
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Montreal Canadiens donate $100K to Red Cross, victims of Fort McMurray - ‎May 12, 2016‎
MONTREAL - The Montreal Canadiens, along with the Montreal Canadiens Children's Foundation have donated $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help people affected by the forest fires in Fort McMurray, Alta.

Kostitsyn Not the Answer to Woes of Montreal Canadiens

The Hockey Writers - ‎May 13, 2016‎
Sometime during forward Andrei Kostitsyn's Montreal Canadiens career, he earned the nickname AK-46. It was a relatively clever play on his initials, uniform number and the AK-27 moniker of teammate Alexei Kovalev.
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NHL Rumors: On PK Subban and the Montreal Canadiens

My NHL Trade Rumors - ‎May 14, 2016‎
Chris Nichols of Today's Slapshot: Bob McKenzie on TSN 690 on Montreal Canadiens owner Geoff Molson saying he'd be surprised if P.K.
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Montreal Canadiens to meet Boston Bruins in Quebec City this fall

Montreal Gazette - ‎May 10, 2016‎
NHL hockey will return to Quebec City on Oct. 4 when the Canadiens make their annual pilgrimage to the hinterland. This time around, fans will be treated to what could be an entertaining exhibition matchup as the Canadiens face archrival Boston Bruins ...
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Where should the Montreal Canadiens play Artturi Lehkonen to maximize his impact?

Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog) - ‎May 10, 2016‎
With Finnish prospect Artturi Lehkonen having signed his entry-level contract, it is time to have a look at where he should play in the Montreal Canadiens lineup. It is important to realize that, according to the Collective Bargaining Agreement ...
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Jack Todd: Habs heroes making a mark at worlds

Montreal Gazette - ‎May 15, 2016‎
They have been such key components for the Habs, so often vilified here. Plekanec has done so much of the heavy lifting for Montreal for so long and Eller - well, Eller is still a puzzle. I like the young man. Ever year, he shows flashes of absolute ...
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Max Pacioretty reflects on first season as Canadiens captain - ‎May 15, 2016‎
Max Pacioretty's first season as captain of the Montreal Canadiens didn't exactly go as planned. After the team got off to a historically strong start, injuries to various key players - most notably, goaltender Carey Price - saw the team quickly fall ...

Montreal Canadiens-Themed Restaurant Unveiled at YUL - ‎May 19, 2016‎
Cutting the ribbon, from left to right, Charles A Gratton, vice president, real estate and commercial services, Aéroports de Montréal; Montreal Canadiens President and CEO Geoff Molson; HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Stephen Douglas.

2015-16 Montreal Canadiens Season Review: Brendan Gallagher

Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog) - ‎May 12, 2016‎
Since his near meteoric rise to the NHL, Gallagher has been one of the more dependable forwards on the Canadiens roster. He has scored 40 or more points every year aside from the lockout shortened 2012-13 season, he cracked 20 goals for the first time ...

2015-16 Canadiens season review: Alex Galchenyuk became the team's number-one centre

Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog) - ‎May 17, 2016‎
Some would call it his breakout year, joining an increasingly exclusive club of 30-goal scorers. Since he entered the league, the NHL has had 47 players hit 30 goals in a single season, and Max Pacioretty was the only member of the Montreal Canadiens ...