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Predicting the Statistical Leaders for the Montreal Canadiens in 2014-15

The Montreal Canadiens' 2014-15 season is approaching. Opening night against the Toronto Maple Leafs is just five weeks away. It seems like a good time to start making predictions about the upcoming year. One question that's always on...Show More Summary

Signature Sundays - Miracle on Ice (and Bonus HOFers)

Back to the Panini Classics Signatures well again this week, I've got a Montreal Canadien and a couple of Bruins... A couple of Norris Trophies, a Conn Smythe, quite a few Stanley Cup Championships and enshrinement in the Hall of Fame. Show More Summary

Montreal Canadiens Position Battles to Watch in 2014 Offseason

The Montreal Canadiens' 2014 offseason is winding down, and general manager Marc Bergevin has made most of his moves. But that doesn't mean the final roster is set, and it certainly doesn't mean there won't be any position battles in training camp. The Habs have some depth up front, meaning there will be some solid competition in September. Show More Summary

The Biggest Question for Each Montreal Canadiens Line in 2014-15

The Montreal Canadiens' 2014-15 roster is just about set, meaning it's time to start making line projections for the forwards. A lot can, and will, change before now and the start of the regular season, but based on the Canadiens' current...Show More Summary

What the PK Subban Deal Means for NHL Superstars' Contracts Going Forward

The Montreal Canadiens had two choices. They could stick to their guns, refuse to give P.K. Subban a massive contract and lose one of the five to 10 best defenceman in the game of hockey. Or they could sign him long term at a cap hit...Show More Summary

P.K. Subban, Canadiens Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

With just hours remaining before they were about to meet in an arbitration hearing, P.K. Subban and the Montreal Canadiens found common ground on a long-term extension. Subban and the Canadiens agreed on an eight-year contract, which should keep the star in Montreal for what should be the rest of his prime, the team announced. Show More Summary

P.K. Subban, Canadiens agree on 8 year, $72 million contract

P.K. Subban's future in Montreal seemed shaky after a contentious arbitration hearing Friday, but that's all in the rearview mirror now. P.K. Subban will be a Montreal Canadien for at least eight more years. After a contentious arbitration...Show More Summary

P.K. Subban's uncertain future with the Montreal Canadiens

Arbitration hearings are really ugly, and Friday's between P.K. Subban and the Montreal Canadiens has the potential to seriously damage the relationship between the two sides. Could it lead to the end of Subban's time in Montreal? It probably shouldn't have gotten to this point, but here P.K. Show More Summary

Odds for Each of Canada's NHL Teams to Win the 2014-15 Stanley Cup

The 2013-14 season was a tough one for hockey fans in Canada. For the first time since 1973, per Tim Wharmsby of CBC.ca, only one north-of-the-border franchise qualified for the postseason. In 1973, the Montreal Canadiens captured the Stanley Cup. Show More Summary

The Biggest Questions for the Remainder of Montreal Canadiens' 2014 Offseason

The Montreal Canadiens have made a lot of moves since being eliminated from the Eastern Conference Final, but there are still a few questions to be answered for the remainder of the 2014 offseason. General manager Marc Bergevin has done a good job in reshaping his roster in hopes of putting the club over the top next season. Show More Summary

How Mike Vernon set the stage for Patrick Roy's trade from Montreal

December 2, 1995 is a day that lives in infamy for the Montreal Canadiens, but it's a little-known fact that the stage for Patrick Roy's trade that day. Everyone knows the story of Patrick Roy's final game for the Montreal Canadiens....Show More Summary

Power Ranking Montreal Canadiens' Top 6 Forwards for 2014-15 Season

The Montreal Canadiens top six forwards will look slightly different in 2014-15. Gone are Thomas Vanek and Brian Gionta, likely to be replaced by P.A. Parenteau and Alex Galchenyuk. Coach Michel Therrien will presumably enter the season...Show More Summary

How Each Offseason Addition and Departure Will Affect Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens roster has seen a fair number of changes so far in the 2014 offseason, and each arrival and departure will affect the team in one way or another. General manager Marc Bergevin opted not to break the bank on any big-name free agents this summer. Show More Summary

Montreal Canadiens' Biggest Takeaways from the Start of 2014 Free Agency

The Montreal Canadiens were quick to the trigger to start the 2014 NHL free agency. Within the first hour, general manager Marc Bergevin had signed both Manny Malhotra and Tom Gilbert. But then the Canadiens-related news went quiet as other teams started spending big. Show More Summary

NHL ETAs for Montreal Canadiens' 2014 Draft Picks

The Montreal Canadiens finished the 2014 NHL draft by selecting six players in total. The picks included three forwards, two defensemen and a goaltender. General manager Marc Bergevin and his team had a solid draft. They added both size and skill to their already-deep pool of prospects. Show More Summary

NHL free agency 2014: Track all the July 1 signings here

July 1 is a huge day in the NHL. Follow along with all the moves right here as free agency begins. Player Team Contract Source Manny Malhotra Montreal Canadiens 1 year, $850k TSN Christian Ehrhoff Pittsburgh Penguins 1 year, $4 million TSN Benoit...Show More Summary

Daniel Briere traded to Avalanche for P.A. Parenteau, draft pick

The Avalanche have shipped P.A. Parenteau to Montreal. A day ahead of the beginning on the free agency period, the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche have made a trade, with the Habs shipping Daniel Briere headed to Colorado, and P.A. Show More Summary

Grading Montreal Canadiens' Pick of Nikita Scherbak at the 2014 NHL Entry Draft

Any time you take a player ranked 15th among North American skaters at No. 27, just like the Montreal Canadiens did with Nikita Scherbak in the first round of the 2014 NHL entry draft, you have to consider it a decent pick. No. 15 is indeed where Central Scouting had Scherbak, the 6’1”, 175-pound Russian Saskatoon Blades forward. Show More Summary

NHL Draft 2014: Montreal Canadiens select Nikita Scherbak with No. 26 overall pick

The Montreal Canadiens have selected forward prospect Nikita Scherbak with the No. 26 overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. The Montreal Canadiens have selected forward prospect Nikita Scherbak with the No. 26 overall pick in the...Show More Summary

Montreal Canadiens 2014 NHL Draft Picks: Grades, Results and Analysis

The Montreal Canadiens had an amazing season in which they made it all the way to the Eastern Conference Final. They were defeated by the New York Rangers, and they will look to build their team during this draft. The Habs have a ton...Show More Summary

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