Category Archives: Montreal Canadiens

When will Price get his shot?

2 games in and the Habs are 1-1. I know, I know….Here it goes, when does Carbo give Price his first shot? Pittsburgh, Carolina or Florida?

Latendresse taking things for granted??

Unlike the previous season, when Guillaume Latendresse arrived in training camp this past September he was already assured a spot on the roster. Has that slowed the younger power forward down though?

The Price is Right, Bob!

It appears that the Montreal Canadiens have made their final roster cuts and they are:

Staying with the Habs:
Goaltender Carey Price…well I’m speachless!

Habs Make Final Cuts

The Montreal Canadiens have made their finals cuts. WOW is all I can say. Quite a few surprises, depending on how you view the situation. The players currently on the roster ARRREEE (drum roll)..

Habs Lineup For 2007-2008

The Gazette has released what looks to be like the final lines for this upcoming season. Although they may change, these are the most likely lines.

Pre-Season Game 1: The Habs Review

Well the pre-season has finally started, and I’ve got to say that after last night’s game I am quite impressed.
Now I know it is pre-season, that the games mean nothing and they are often completely irrelevant when it comes to judging a team, but the Habs looked very strong with a rookie filled lineup against a Penguins team that iced mainly starters and veterans.

Carey Price

Carey Price a bright young netminder that is definately better Justin Pogge, Devan Dubnyk, Josh Harding, James Reimer Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers and many other young goalie prospects.

Selanne To Montreal: Probable

According to TSN, Scott Niedermayer is now leaning towards returning to Anaheim. He has not made his official decision yet, but he has stated that he wants to do the right thing and will consult his family for their opinions. His brother, Rob, told TSN that he would obviously love to have Scott return.

What do you think can happen?

What is going to happen to the habs before the start of the season? Are they going to make this “huge” deal to bring in a big name or do nothing and see how eveyrhting works out?

From what I've heard and the Possibilities

Well Rumors just keep changing for the Canadiens eveyrday, who will be coming the Montreal and become the Next big name to play for The Habs? I thik we can all agree that none of us ahve a clue really, but there are some hints going around and I’m trying to piece them together. In the end we all know that I will be way off because when you think Gainey is going to od something he does the opposite. But here’s what I think may be happening

Save our money now, spend it later

This is for all the Gainey doubters, as Ive said before Bob has a plan, develop from within, make some minor trades, and sign a few key free agents along the way.
Now dont get me wrong, the problem with the Habs right now is toughness and grit, however Bob did try to fix this by trying to sign Shannahan last year and Smyth this year. When we start winning the free agents will come.

Should the Canadiens be looking for a Big Center?

For the longest time the Canadiens have been saying they need a Big center who is able to produce and at the same time able to push other opponents around. But do we really need that kind of player right now or would we as fans even want that kinda of player right now?

Plekanec changes his number.

The Montreal Gazette posted a very interesting article this morning about Tomas Plekanec, who previously was number 35, has changed to almost forever worn by Plekanec before arriving in Montreal, No. 14. He had worn this number as a boy and a budding pro in his native Czech Republic, then with the AHL’s Hamilton BUlldogs.


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