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Montreal Canadiens: Split Squad Scrimmage for Group A

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Montreal Canadiens: Split Squad Scrimmage for Group A

Last night was Group A’s turn to hit the ice, as the lineup featured the Group A lineup. The lineup included players trying to make a statement for the sixth and seventh defensemen on the team such as Zach Redmond, who seemed to impress myself and a few others via social media,  with the worth […]

Montreal Canadiens: Mid-Season Report Card

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Montreal Canadiens: Mid-Season Report Card

By: Daniel Fuoco (@d_fuoco) The Montreal Canadiens reached the mid-way point of the season Saturday with a 2-1 heartbreaking overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The half-way point of the season is always a good indication for where the team is headed, and what types of changes or adjustments that need to be made for the […]

8 Reasons Why Ales Hemsky Would Fit with the Montreal Canadiens

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8 Reasons Why Ales Hemsky Would Fit with the Montreal Canadiens

  While GMs feverishly interview pending Unrestricted Free Agents mere days before the draft, there’s one UFA in particular that Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin should be paying close attention to. Ales Hemsky.   What’s so special about the injury prone winger? Glad you asked.   Here are the 8 reasons why Ales Hemsky would […]

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Montreal Canadiens Spotlight: Could Nail Yakupov be an Option for Marc Bergevin?

By James Stephan (@J_Habs) Former Sarnia Sting phenom Nail Yakupov expressed his frustration with the new Edmonton Oiler’s bench boss Dallas Eakins following being a healthy scratch Saturday night.  Shortly after, the twittersphere erupted with rumors that the young star may be headed to the KHL. While fleeing the NHL to join his comrades in […]

The Next Wave: Breaking Down American Defensemen

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The Next Wave: Breaking Down American Defensemen

By Andrew Weiss (@WeissFC) After an eighth place finish at the 1994 Winter Olympics, many USA Hockey fans would consider the year a forgettable one. Down the road, 1994 could be viewed as one of the most important years for USA Hockey. With the likes of Alex Galchenyuk and Seth Jones headlining the 1994-birth-years, many […]

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2013 NHL Calder Watch Week 3: Slumping Rookies

By Brendan Ross (@RossyYoungblood) The adrenaline and excitement has subsided among first year NHL players as they begin their journey into the heart of the season. The increased pressure to perform and compete consistently in a jam-packed NHL season can be challenging enough for a seasoned veteran, but for a fresh-faced rookie the task of meeting […]

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NHL Calder Watch 2013: Week Two

The NHL’s return to the ice after a lengthy lockout has been more painless than anticipated as fans have graciously welcomed back hockey with open arms.. The early season feel-good storylines are occurring as frequently as the annoying “closing-the-hand-on-the-puck-in-the-defensive-zone” penalty calls and many of these standout performances are coming from the NHL’s freshman class as […]

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NHL Calder Trophy Watch 2013: Week One

By Brendan Ross (@RossyYoungblood) There is something captivating about tuning into a nightly hockey game and watching your favourite players skate, mesmerizing fans with their unworldly talents. In hockey, players spanning up to four decades compete amongst each other on the same two-hundred by eighty-five foot rink. Players with decades of NHL experience like Teemu […]

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Weiss: 2013 USA World Junior Hockey Championship Review

Andrew Weiss (@WeissFC) For the third time since 2004, the United States World Junior team captured the gold medal despite not being the tournament favorites. Just like the 2010 tournament, the Americans showed why the outcome of the World Junior Championship is so difficult to predict. The team once again pieced together a run through […]

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Weiss: USA World Junior Championship Outlook

By Andrew Weiss (@WeissFC) The Summer Evaluation Camp has nearly long been forgotten, two camps on two different continents have been completed, and initial cuts have been made by USA’s general manager Jim Johannson and head coach Phil Housley. Despite one cut still remaining, we finally have a good picture as to what type of […]

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