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So what have we got? We’ve got the deepest top nine the Canadiens have seen since 2008, if not earlier.
We’ve got a defence that is in a holding pattern, waiting for the arrival of Andrei Markov.
And, thankfully, we’ve got Carey Price.
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So the new 2011-2012 NHL season is almost upon us. After a summer of waiting, wacthing trades, going through training camp and getting ready for the season, the Montreal Canadiens are now on a three-day team-bonding retreat.
As we await Thursday night's opening tilt between Montreal and Toronto, I thought it would be a good time to start this new feature of...
So the new 2011-2012 NHL season is almost upon us and after a summer of waiting, training, watching trades, going through training camp and getting ready for the season, the Montreal Canadiens are now on a three-day team-bonding retreat.
As fans await Thursday night's opening tilt between Montreal and Toronto, I thought it would be a good time to start posting some fun Habs...
Power Forwards Finally Compliment Speedy Snipers
The Montreal Canadiens were counting on tweaking the look of their top 6 this summer and, following pre-season, it would appear they have found success.
The addition of Erik Cole and return of a healthy Max Pacioretty are Jacques Martin's ticket to finally finding balanced chemistry across the Canadiens 4 lines.
Hockey Inside/Out - So what have we got?
The Canadiens look ready for the opener
Le CH dissipe les doutes
Martin dérangé par la perte de Campoli
It looks like not one but the Leafs two top lines will be makeshift units Thursday when the club opens its regular season Thursday against the Montreal Canadiens.
Their big unit, Mikhail Grabovski-N...
COLLINGWOOD – Another day of team building for the Habs saw Travis Moen making a push to play in Thursday’s season-o...