Author Archive: Steve Farnham
Born and raised in the Montreal area, Steve is an Associate Editor and Senior Writer at All Habs. Steve started playing hockey at the age of four, played as a goaltender as high as Junior AAA and was drafted to the QMJHL. When he isn’t writing about the Canadiens or twiddling with HTML code on the website, you can usually find him sharing his sarcasm on Twitter where he enjoys the never-ending hockey arguments.
Steve also works as an analyst for Rogers Communications and enjoys the fact that his downtown office is only a five-minute walk from the Bell Centre.
On the personal side; Animal Planet, poutine, the colour blue, the word ‘weaponized’ and Pepsi are just a few of Steve’s favourite things.
The next time you complain about your job, just tell yourself that at least you’re not the starting goaltender for the Montreal Canadiens… Continue reading
The Montreal Canadiens find themselves in a difficult position down 3-1 in their round one series against their division rival, the Ottawa Senators… Continue reading
Every fan of the Montreal Canadiens held their breath when in game number two, Rene Bourque and Colby Armstrong collided in front of Craig Anderson’s net… Continue reading
All Habs Playoff GameDay: Sunday May 5, 2013 On this day in hockey history… In 1966 – Henri Richard scored the game winner at 2:20 of overtime (the only overtime goal of his playoff career) as Montreal beat Detroit 3-2 … Continue reading
The Montreal Canadiens were up 2-1 after two periods and dominating the shot clock against Craig Anderson and the Ottawa Senators; It all appeared to be going so well for the Habs. Then, the wheels fell off the Habsmobile… Continue reading
In this first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs between the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators, we will see just how much home ice advantage can play a factor in these playoffs… Continue reading
The Toronto Maple Leafs have not been an ideal opponent for the Montreal Canadiens so far this season with the former having won three of the four match-ups so far… Continue reading
All Habs GameDay: Thursday April 25, 2013 On this day in hockey history… In 1994 – Patrick Roy stopped 60 shots and Kirk Muller scored at 17:18 of OT (after picking up an earlier assist) to give Montreal a 2-1 … Continue reading
Everyone from fans, players to the coaching staff felt a sigh of relief after the Montreal Canadiens pulled out a 3-2 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning last Thursday night. The Canadiens were coming off a three game losing streak where they had allowed a combined 18 goals through those three games… Continue reading
It’s no secret that the confidence of the Montreal Canadiens had been rattled after losing three consecutive games by the scores of 5-1 (Toronto Maple Leafs), 7-3 (Philadelphia Flyers) and 6-4 (Pittsburgh Penguins)… Continue reading