Category: Guest article
UFA season is upon us, and everyone is looking for the so-called “moneypuck” players – those that make contributions directly related to winning in ways that are currently undervalued. These are the players who can play tough minutes, drive puck possession and territorial advantage, and contribute in other undervalued ways, like winning faceoffs and drawing penalties. Continue reading
Dans le film « Apocalypse Now », le personnage de Martin Sheen, le capitaine Willard, est à la recherche du Colonel Kurtz joué par Marlon Brando. En examinant son dossier, il se rend compte du travail accompli par ce dernier. Les yeux remplis d’admiration, Martin Sheen décide malgré tout de poursuivre sa mission, de suivre les ordres…jusqu’à la folie. Continue reading
I met my husband, a diehard Habs fan, in 1998. At that time, he was taking French classes at McGill University in an attempt to better speak the language. He was working on preparing for an oral book report. The book he chose, “Le Chandail” by Roch Carrier. Continue reading
Essay written by Michael King, Guest post to AllHabs.net Is This Really Happening? – The Sad State of My Montreal Canadiens Firstly, let me to introduce myself. I’m not a journalist (hopefully this will not become too painfully obvious as this … Continue reading
Loyal readers will remember one of our former contributors, Eternal Pessimist. She has brought to our attention a very worthwhile project being proposed by the Hamilton Bulldogs Foundation. Their idea, a meals program for Hamilton schools is competing among others for Pepsi Refresh Project Funding. Continue reading
I would like to introduce you to Montreal’s newest prospect acquisition, Michaël Bournival. I have the chance to see him play almost all of his games so I know what kind of player and person he is. The media always talks about Louis Leblanc but we haven’t heard much about Bournival. I’ll try to depict him the best I can so you have an idea of the player he is right now and what he can do for the Habs in the future.
It seemed everyone on Twitter was writing about their disappointment and embarrassment over the “meltdown” of Team Canada in the third period of the IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo. The coaching, goaltending and defensive coverage all got criticized. Continue reading