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Subban and Habs Agree to Terms on Contract

The Montreal Canadiens have agreed to terms with defenceman P.K. Subban on a contract that avoids the arbitrator’s ruling and keeps the player in the fold through the 2021-2022 NHL season. Subban was signed to an eight year contract worth a reported $72 million. It carries an average annual value of $9 million. “I think […]

Subban and Habs Await Arbitration Ruling

The Montreal Canadiens and defenceman P.K. Subban took part in their arbitration hearing on Friday, with the two sides unable to come to an agreement on a contract extension. “This whole process has been kind of an educational process for me,” Subban said. “Obviously there’s dialogue and discussion and decisions were made today in relations […]

The Habs, P.K. Subban and the Joys of Arbitration

It’s all come down to this. The Montreal Canadiens and defenceman P.K. Subban will sit down in front of an arbitrator on Friday, at which point the Habs will have to argue down the value of their hockey player while he’ll have to argue up. The Canadiens are contending with a Norris-winning defender coming off […]

Canadians Sign Lars Eller to Four Year Contract

The Montreal Canadiens and forward Lars Eller have agreed to terms on a four year contract worth a reported value of $14 million, the team announced Thursday. “I’m very happy to be a Canadien for the next four years. This is the place I want to be,” Eller said. “Four years was a term that […]

Montreal Trades Briere to Colorado for Parenteau

The Montreal Canadiens have traded Daniel Briere to the Colorado Avalanche for PA Parenteau and a fifth round draft pick for 2015. Briere had to waive his no-trade clause in order for the Habs to strike the deal. “An up and coming team, the chance to play for Patrick Roy, those are all very enticing,” […]

Canadiens Ink Therrien to Four-year Extension

The Montreal Canadiens have signed head coach Michel Therrien to a four-year contract extension. The extension will come into effect in the 2015-2016 season and will keep the coach in the fold until the 2018-2019 season if all goes according to plan. “Teams that have success in the National Hockey League have stability. It’s an […]

New York Rangers Eliminate Montreal Canadiens, Advance to Stanley Cup Final

The New York Rangers are going to the Stanley Cup Final. The Blueshirts knocked off the Montreal Canadiens in Game Six of their playoff series, taking a 1-0 victory on Thursday night to close things out. Dominic Moore had the sole goal in the contest, scoring at 18:07 of the second period. Montreal spent most […]

John Moore Suspended Two Games

New York Rangers defenceman John Moore has been suspended two games for his hit on Dale Weise of the Montreal Canadiens. The hit was deemed an illegal check to the head by the NHL’s Department of Player Safety. The incident took place during Game Five on Tuesday night and follows the suspension doled out to […]

Brandon Prust Suspended Two Games

Montreal Canadiens forward Brandon Prust has been suspended two games for his late, late, late hit on New York Rangers forward Derek Stepan during Game Three of the Eastern Conference Final. This really should be an open and shut case. The hit was absurdly late and Prust committed to it after Stepan moved the puck. […]

Carey Price Out Remainder of Eastern Conference Final

The Montreal Canadiens now have a bigger hill to climb, with goalie Carey Price out the remainder of the Eastern Conference Final. There was some speculation about the Habs’ netminder after Game One’s 7-2 blowout, with New York’s Chris Kreider crashing into him. Now, as the club announced on Monday morning, we know for sure […]

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