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Heat Check: Habs on a Seven-game Point Streak

Heat Check: Habs on a Seven-game Point Streak

Ryan Mallough December 4, 2013 2

Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images Burning. Blazing. Blistering. The Montreal Canadiens are so hot right now that it would be no surprise to see the Devils burst into flame tonight in New Jersey. The Bleu Blanc

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Blurred Lines: The Montreal Canadiens Get Political

Blurred Lines: The Montreal Canadiens Get Political

Ryan Mallough November 12, 2013 7

The Montreal Canadiens have always been more than a hockey team. They have been a cultural symbol for millions of Quebeckers, a bit of hope and pride in a time where the proper respect

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James Reimer: The “Other” Goalie in Toronto?

James Reimer: The “Other” Goalie in Toronto?

William Wilson November 10, 2013 11

I don’t normally agree with Don Cherry, but he raised an interesting argument last night: are the Toronto Maple Leafs deliberately feeding goaltender James Reimer to the wolves? Here the idea is that Jonathan

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Montreal Canadiens – Much Ado About PK

Montreal Canadiens – Much Ado About PK

Ryan Mallough November 8, 2013 2

Montreal Canadiens PK Subban – Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images Maybe it’s a slow news week. Maybe the talking heads have realized that no one cares about the trade deadline four months

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Montreal Canadiens – 20 Million Problems

Montreal Canadiens – 20 Million Problems

Ryan Mallough November 6, 2013 2

GM Marc Bergevin broke the bank and signed injured defenseman Alexei Elmelin to a four-year $16.4 million contract extension last week, looking up the physical Russian through the 2017-2018 season. Now don’t get me

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Montreal Canadiens – Max Pain

Montreal Canadiens – Max Pain

Ryan Mallough October 26, 2013 2

There are, in my estimation, two ways to go about winning a hockey game. You can either score more goals than your opponent, or you can allow fewer. The Montreal Canadiens have struggled with this

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NHL Conference Realignment: A Long and Winding Road to the Stanley Cup

NHL Conference Realignment: A Long and Winding Road to the Stanley Cup

Greg Smith October 17, 2013 8

The following article is a Guest Post. From time to time fightingforstanley.ca will feature the work of other writers with the intention of providing a different perspective on the Canadian teams in the NHL.

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Montreal Canadiens – The Price is Right

Montreal Canadiens – The Price is Right

Ryan Mallough October 17, 2013 8

(Photo by Marianne Helm/Getty Images) Just like the Terminator, the Poltergeist and the Empire, Carey Price is back. The Habs’ netminder, best chance and future Olympian was in peak form over the last half

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Is Hockey Night in Canada too Toronto-centric?

Is Hockey Night in Canada too Toronto-centric?

William Wilson October 13, 2013 29

Whether you’re a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs or one of Canada’s six other professional hockey teams, you’ve likely heard the argument before in some form: the CBC and Hockey Night in Canada are bias towards the Leafs.

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Calgary and Edmonton: A Tale of Two Subbans

Calgary and Edmonton: A Tale of Two Subbans

Ryan Mallough October 12, 2013 7

My name is Ryan, and I am a PK Subban apologist. I love the guy. I know pretty much every fan for every other team can’t stand him, but that’s ok. They just don’t

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