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2016-17 IceCaps Season Review: Zach Redmond was a steadying presence on the St. John’s blue line

Habs Eye on the Prize (Scott Matla) — The veteran defender was exactly what St. John’s needed this year. When the Montreal canadiens announced they had signed Zach Redmond to a two-year deal in the off-season, it was seen a...
  • New: 3 hr 32 min ago

2016-17 Season Review: Paul Byron among the best value contracts in the NHL

Habs Eye on the Prize (Marc Dumont) — Fast, skilled, and a low cap hit. There’s not much to dislike about Byron’s game. Paul Byron ’s route to Montreal was an interesting one to say the least. It’s possible that without the Zack...
  • New: 5 hr 32 min ago

Wednesday Habs Headlines: Searching for a team identity

Habs Eye on the Prize (Nathan Ni) — In today’s links, contemplating Beaulieu’s future, off-season moves continue around the league, and some guy who used to play in Montreal helped his new buddies do a thing in Nashville. ...
  • New: 7 hr 32 min ago

2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Penguins vs. Senators Game Six — Live stream, open thread, & TV schedule

Habs Eye on the Prize (Marc Dumont) — It’s do or die for Guy Boucher’s Ottawa Senators Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Ottawa Senators (Pit leads series 3-2) (projected lineups via nhl.com ) Puck Drop...
  • 19 hr 32 min ago

2016-2017 IceCaps Season Review: Brett Lernout made clear progress

Habs Eye on the Prize (Scott Matla) — The physical defender took a big step forward this season It was a year of growth for defenceman Brett Lernout in St. John’s. His rookie season showed small glimpses of what he...
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2016-17 Canadiens Season Review: Alexander Radulov went from surprise signee to team MVP candidate

Habs Eye on the Prize (Justin Blades) — The energetic Russian had a great season after slotting into a top-six role. July 1 is a key date on the NHL calendar: the first official day of the new season, and the opportunity to add...
  • 1 day 5 hr ago

Tuesday Habs Headlines: Mikhail Sergachev seeks Memorial Cup to cap off 2016-17 season.

Habs Eye on the Prize (BradSimpson) — Your daily links, including a healthy dose of the Sarge, a possible solution to the Habs’ center troubles, a bit of Canadiens history and lots more. Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Mikhail...
  • 1 day 7 hr ago

2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Predators vs. Ducks Game Six — Live stream, open thread, & TV schedule

Habs Eye on the Prize (Marc Dumont) — The Nashville Predators aim to advance to the Stanley Cup final with a win tonight Anaheim Ducks vs. Nashville Predators (NSH leads 3-2) Puck Drop is at 8:00 PM...
  • 1 day 19 hr ago

2016-17 Canadiens Season Review: Shea Weber gets it done on the blue line

Habs Eye on the Prize (Jon Lioumbas) — Weber’s presence on the blue line helped the Habs rebound to playoff contention. Most people wouldn’t be able to deal with the pressure that comes with being traded to an intense hockey market...
  • 2 days ago

Could Joe Thornton be the answer to Montreal’s top-line centre conundrum?

Habs Eye on the Prize (Scott Matla) — One of the greatest playmakers in NHL history is approaching free agency, but is also dealing with a knee injury. It’s rare that one of the NHL’s all-time leading point producers hits the...
  • 2 days ago

Monday Habs Headlines: It’s time for a fresh start for the Laval Rocket

Habs Eye on the Prize (Andrea) — Here are your daily links including moving on from Lefebvre, Koivu inducted into hall of fame, and Crosby reaches another milestone Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Scott Matla joins Habs...
  • 2 days ago

[Highlight] Canadiens prospect Jeremiah Addison snipes a goal for Windsor in Memorial Cup action

Habs Eye on the Prize (Scott Matla) — The Habs prospect is off to a hot start in the Memorial Cup. Obviously not satisfied with an early exit in the OHL playoffs, Jeremiah Addison has been on fire for the Windsor Spitfires in the...
  • 2 days ago

2017 Memorial Cup: Windsor vs. Seattle open thread — Mikhail Sergachev and host Spitfires aim for 2-0 start

Habs Eye on the Prize (Justin Blades) — After recording two assists in 3-2 win on the opening day, the Habs’ top prospect will hope to contribute on the scoresheet once again. Windsor Spitfires vs. Seattle Thunderbirds Each of the...
  • 2 days ago

2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Penguins vs. Senators Game Five — Live stream, open thread, & TV schedule

Habs Eye on the Prize (Justin Blades) — One of these teams will be just one win away from the Stanley Cup Final with a victory this afternoon. Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Ottawa Senators (Series tied 2-2) With Matt Murray taking over...
  • 3 days ago

2016-17 IceCaps Season Review: Charlie Lindgren looks like a future NHL starter

Habs Eye on the Prize (Andrea) — After an impressive rookie season, this promising prospect could be the next heir to the Habs’ pipes. We were first introduced to Charlie Lindgren on April 7, 2016. He made his...
  • 3 days ago

Catching the Torch: Mikhail Sergachev remains the most promising of a deep group of young defencemen

Habs Eye on the Prize (Mitch Brown) — Our season review of the prospects also looks at the pro-ready Noah Juulsen and underrated Victor Mete. The final instalment in the season review of the Montreal Canadiens ’ prospects looks at...
  • 3 days ago

Sunday Habs Headlines: The Canadiens can’t settle for mediocrity

Habs Eye on the Prize (raaaleigh) — Here are your daily links, including the promise of Mikhail Sergachev, Habs off-season pastimes, a schedule for the Cup Final, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Craig Button was on...
  • 3 days ago

2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Predators vs. Ducks Game Five — Live stream, open thread, & TV schedule

Habs Eye on the Prize (Justin Blades) — The series resets to a best-of-three for tonight’s meeting in Anaheim. Anaheim Ducks vs. Nashville Predators (Series tied 2-2) Not only did the Predators lose Game Four and the chance to...
  • 3 days ago

Catching the Torch: Playmakers Will Bitten and Jake Evans led the forward crop of Habs prospects this season

Habs Eye on the Prize (Mitch Brown) — Recent signee Antoine Waked also had a strong over-age season in the QMJHL. It was mentioned in the first instalment of this prospect review how most of the Montreal Canadiens ’ prospects had...
  • 4 days ago

2016-17 IceCaps Season Review: Michael McCarron needs a stable development plan

Habs Eye on the Prize (Scott Matla) — After a strong rookie year, it was a step backwards for the former first-round pick. Michael McCarron is an extremely interesting prospect in the Montreal Canadiens ‘ pipeline right now, as...
  • 4 days ago