Montreal Canadiens

As the calendar flips past 2020 (thankfully), it’s time to make some meaningful New Year’s resolutions. For many, it might be as simple getting outside more after upwards of nine months spent in relative isolation. For the Montreal Canadiens, the standards are somewhat higher. They kind of have to be after a relatively impressive postseason
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Montreal Canadiens, general manager Marc Bergevin may have just added a missing piece to a potential contender in the NHL’s new North Division for the 2020-21 season. Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin – (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz) If the newly signed Michael Frolik pans out for the Habs, he has the potential to further
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The Montreal Canadiens will enter the 2020-21 season with heightened expectations after a surprise performance in the 2020 Playoffs. With strong roster additions in key positions added to the equation, including Tyler Toffoli, Josh Anderson, Joel Edmundson and Jake Allen, the stakes appear to be even higher. In order to showcase their improvement, though, they
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Following an offseason to remember, it must be hard for Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin to choose between his signings. It must be like choosing favorites between one’s children to a certain extent, and it would be unfair to ask someone to complete such a Herculean task. Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin –
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Having your number retired is among the greatest honours an NHL player can receive. Knowing that your number will never again be worn on that team speaks to the impact the NHL greats have had on their organization. No team has bestowed this honour more than the Montréal Canadiens. The Habs have retired 14 numbers,
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A budding superstar for the Chicago Blackhawks shines at Team Canada’s World Junior Selection Camp. A New York Rangers former first-round selection is beginning to heat up in Sweden and Montreal Canadiens forward Jesperi Kotkaniemi returns from Finland. Dach Shines in Team Canada Scrimmage Team Canada’s preparation for the 2021 World Junior Championship continued on
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The prospective 2020-21 NHL season still has plenty of question marks: Will there be an all-Canadian division with hub cities? Will the teams play a full 82 games? The prospect of an all-Canadian division is appearing more and more likely as Covid-19 rages across North America and the world. Personally, if the league must play,
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