Category Archives: Montreal Canadiens

Brodeur willing to back up Price with Canadiens

The Toronto Sun is reporting that “If the Canadiens made me an offer … I (Brodeur) would listen.”

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Could the Habs go after Letang?

TVA Sports writes … Canadiens are on the list of teams that Letang would go to

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Gorges stunned by Habs’ desire to trade him

DAVE STUBBS of the The Gazette writes … Gorges stunned by Habs’ desire to trade him, now waiting for next move

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Josh Gorges’ name is out there in trade talk

Will the draft be kind to the Canadiens?

As this year’s NHL draft draws closer all eyes are on Canada who have five teams in the running for a first pick. This year however, the Montreal Canadiens great form means they are some distance away from a first pick, and unless something dramatic changes between now and the 27th of June they won’t get any closer to a lottery win.

Habs resign Markov for 3 years

Leafs and Habs not on Spezza’s list

Markov asking for 3 year 18 million dollar deal

Tsn.cs is reporting that MARKOV (is) SEEKING (a)THREE-YEAR, $18M DEAL FROM CANADIENS

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Markov
Is Markov worth 6 million per year for 3 years

Andrei Markov is not close to sign a deal with the Canadiens

Do you think that the Habs should trade his rights?

Markov wants to finish career with the Habs

Hockey Rumors & News – March 29, 2014

Pat Hickey thinks that it “It’s time for Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin to get a deal done with his most valuable defenceman.”
http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Hickey+Hockey+Habs+should+give+Markov+three+year+contract/9674243/story.html

Sabres to retire Dominik Hasek’s number next season
http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/eye-on-hockey/24504493/sabres-to-retire-dominik-haseks-number-next-season

NHL Trade Rumours: Habs, Pens like Hemsky?

According to Edmonton radio host and Oilers analyst Bob Stauffer, the Montreal Canadiens or Pittsburgh Penguins — two Eastern Conference clubs known to be looking for help up front — might be interested in Edmonton’s Ales Hemsky. The veteran winger has a chance to showcase his skills in Sochi, but only registered a single assist in 30 minutes of ice time through the Czech Republic’s first three games.

Report: Canadiens reject deal for Avs’ Parenteau

The Canadiens have reportedly turned down a trade that would have sent Colorado Avalanche forward P.A. Parenteau to Montreal in exchange for winger Rene Bourque, according to Louis Jean of TVA Sports.

Rafa’s All-Out?

 

The Montreal Canadiens may be in the thick of the Atlantic Division playoff race but that might not mean they won’t look to move some players out before the deadline.

Could the Habs trade Briere to the Devils for Volchenkov?

 

Randy Miller of NJ.com makes a case for the New Jersey Devils to acquire veteran winger Daniel Briere from the Montreal Canadiens, saying that Briere may not be happy with his playing situation in Montreal, could be a top-line centre with the Devils and would be closer to his sons who live in Haddonfield, New Jersey.

Could the Habs trade Briere to the Sabres?

Briere was the name mentioned in trade rumors with the Buffalo Sabres in the early evening. Rumors emanating from Toronto that involved Steve Ott.

Is Briere unhappy in Montreal?

 

Hickey on Hockey: Changes coming for Canadiens in 2014

Change.

That’s what the Canadiens can look forward to in 2014.

But there won’t be any immediate changes and fans who are concerned that Max Pacioretty will be traded can rest assured that a team short on size and scoring punch isn’t about to trade one of the few players on the team who supplies both.

Chatter about the Canadiens’ willingness to trade Max Pacioretty

It seems inexplicable, but Slap Shots has heard continued chatter about the Canadiens’ willingness to trade Max Pacioretty, the 25-year-old winger who apparently isn’t Michel Therrien’s ideal.

Canadiens continue to search for a trade partner

It’s no secret the Montreal Canadiens want to get bigger and more offensive, but it’s taking GM Marc Bergevin a little longer than he’d like to acquire some outside help.

After an impressive 11-1-2 run, the Canadiens have lost three of their last four games and have only managed to score three times in this stretch.
Bergevin has been scouring the league looking for a scoring winger to add to his top-six — preferably the team’s top line — but has found it difficult trying to complete a move that also works within the team’s salary cap.