Canadiens

By ZackNevesLITU
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Nov 29th, 2016
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12 year NHL veteran Travis Moen has retired at age 34. A Stanley Cup champion, Moen leaves behind a legacy as a tenacious, hardworking grinder with a bit of a scoring touch. Moen played a huge role in the Anaheim Ducks 2006-07 cup run with 7 goals and 12 points in 21 games, as well […]...
By Greg Komarnicky
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Nov 23rd, 2016
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Hard to believe that one quarter of the season is already gone. As most teams have now hit or surpassed the 20 game threshold it is time to take a look back at how players and teams have done for the start of the season. Big Events Oct 12th – Austin Matthews Debut Oct 19th […]...
By Greg Komarnicky
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Nov 18th, 2016
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The Montreal Canadiens have recalled Charles Hudon. The news comes after word has spread that Radulov once again will remain at home with illness. Hudon has been looking very good in the AHL so far, recording 9 goals, 14 points in 15 games with the St. John’s IceCaps. The 5’10”, 195...
By Greg Komarnicky
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Nov 4th, 2016
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Werenski a special talent Many writers will say that Werenski was a surprise, forgetting his amazing performance in the NCAA…..and the World Juniors…..and when he as a rookie in the AHL where together with Forsberg he brought their team to the Calder Cup Championship. Werenski has always ...
By Greg Komarnicky
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Jan 17th, 2016
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League It To Us was planning on a return shortly, but not at this moment. However with recent occurrences, I had to speed up the timetable and put out this Daily Mumble. With the Daily Mumble, I usually go over a few points each day that are on my mind. However, every once in a […]...
By ZackNevesLITU
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May 26th, 2015
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Ever since the 2004-05 NHL lockout, the salary cap has completely altered the way NHL management build their teams. A few good contracts can do wonders for a team’s depth, but a few bad contracts can absolutely devastate a team’s ability to grow through change. This, my friends, is the Ul...
By Greg Komarnicky
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May 23rd, 2015
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The Montreal Canadiens have a very strong group of prospects. Beaulieu leading the way can be expected, but Martin Reway stepped up in a big way resulting in his positioning in the #2 spot. Jacob De La Rose had a huge season quieting all doubters. The 2nd round pick spent the remainder of the season ...
By Jarynvecchio
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May 14th, 2015
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The Tampa Bay Lightning didn’t win their series against the Montreal Canadiens, the Habs lost the series. Montreal throughout the series was the definition of the words “bad luck”. They never scored on Ben Bishop because of his three best friends, the irons. You could easily make a ...
By ZackNevesLITU
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May 11th, 2015
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Magnus Nygren – Montreal’s fourth round pick, 113th overall in 2011 – has decided to sign with Farjestad BK of the Swedish Hockey League. Nygren’s run was unsuccessful in North America, having a rough start in his first year (2013-14), and suffering a concussion that brought h...
By Jarynvecchio
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May 7th, 2015
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To nobody’s surprise, Brandon Prust has been fined by the NHL. He has been fined $5,000 for his comments referring to referee Brad Watson. Prust has since apologized for his comments saying he shouldn’t have commented, he was just in a fight and the team had lost. Frustration could have b...