From NHL.com “The NHL announced that it will not have a hearing for Montreal’s Erik Cole, who delivered a check to New Jersey’s Adam Larsson Saturday night in which Larsson was struck in the head. While announcing that Cole would … Continue reading
Written by Habsterix, AllHabs.net PENTICTON, BC. — As Christmas, better known as the non-denomination holiday by some, is just around the corner, we are are peppered with carols. Radio, shopping malls, TV commercials, everything is geared towards Christmas. It is … Continue reading
Written by: Iain Carnegie, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC. — Somewhere near three o’clock this morning it began. The clouds opened up, and feathering down through the Montreal air came the snow. And just like most snowfalls in Montreal, it has remained … Continue reading
All Habs GameDay: Wednesday November 16, 2011 On this day in hockey history… 1998 – Montreal Canadiens traded defensemen Dave Manson, Brad Brown and goaltender Jocelyn Thibault to Chicago for goalie Jeff Hackett, defensemen Eric Weinrich and Alain Nasreddine. GAMEDAY: … Continue reading
Milli Vanilli wanted us to “Blame it on the Rain”, while Howard Jones told us that “No One is to Blame”.
Here in the heart of Montreal, and everywhere else in the world where Habs fans congregate, it’s a completely different story all together. Some relentlessly blame the head coach, some stoke the fire of injury, and as of late – many blame officiating. Continue reading
Youth. They’re a menace. Check any negative aspect of our society: crime, drug use, motor vehicle collisions and youth are responsible for a disproportionate amount.
The youth of today are lazy, irresponsible, careless and lack discipline. It’s true even in the NHL. I defy you to find a team in the league powered by youth who are successful. Continue reading
All Habs Headlines: Monday November 7, 2011 On this day in hockey history… 1959 – Jacques Plante started a game for Montreal wearing a face mask for the first time in his NHL career, and led the Canadiens to a … Continue reading