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from IIHF.com, The International Olympic Committee has awarded the 2022 Olympic Winter Games to Beijing, China, and the 2020 Youth Olympic Winter Games to Lausanne, Switzerland. Both event hosts were decided during the 128th IOC Session h...

from the Korea Times, When it makes its Winter Olympic debut in men’s hockey in 2018 on home ice, South Korea will have to take on powerhouses Canada and the Czech Republic in the group stage. Most hockey observers won’t give ...

MONTREAL - The Montreal Canadiens organization announced Friday that as part of the extensive renovations planned to enhance the fan experience at the Bell Centre in 2015-16 and beyond, the Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame will cease operations on ...

In the first few years of Peter Chiarelli’s tenure in Boston, the organization experienced its worst draft drought in a long time. Fortunately for the Bruins, Chiarelli was able to string together a number of strong trades and free agent signing...

All Habs Headlines: Friday July 31, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1963 — Happy birthday to former Canadiens forward Brian Skrudland born on this day in Peace River, Alberta. Skrudland was a member of the 1986 Stanley Cup winnin...

From TSN's Frank Seravali: One month after the Los Angeles Kings terminated the contract of forward Mike Richards, no charges have been laid and the NHL Players’ Association has yet to make a decision on whether to file a grievance on t...

As the Montreal Canadiens’ opening night roster starts to take form with the latest addition of Alexander Semin, there are a couple of Habs prospects who will push hard to make the team. Among them is Swiss born winger Sven Andrighetto, who had ...

In 2010, the Dallas Stars drafted USA U-18 goaltender Jack Campbell with their first round pick (11th overall). Campbell was fresh off a pair of gold medal-winning performances at the U-18 and World Junior Championships. In fact, in both cases, Ca...

It happened at some point during the Road to the Winter Classic HBO 24/7 series in December of 2010 – probably right after we watched a team doctor stitch up Washington Capitals grinder extraordinaire Matt Hendricks after yet another in a seemin...


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Buying In
Might Aydin Schwetz be the first high school student to have his work published by The Hockey News? Heading into his junior year at Westlake High School in Westlake Village, Schwetz was tabbed as the artistic force behind the creation of the ei...

Galchenyuk Deal Won’t Backfire on Montreal Canadiens
Apparently, in today’s NHL three goals and six points are worth a salary-cap-hit difference of over $3 million, and, after re-signing Alex Galchenyuk to a two-year, $5.6 million deal on Thursday, that suits the Montreal Canadiens just fine. Why ...

In Defense of Alex Chiasson
Alex Chiasson hasn’t exactly endeared himself to the Ottawa Senators’ faithful. For proof just look at some of the tweets regarding his arbitration hearing. Alex Chiasson still can't figure out why he's getting booed every time...

Lightning Struck Gold With the Triplets Line
They say that lightning never strikes the same place twice. Well, ironically for the Tampa Bay Lightning it struck three times with Tyler Johnson, Ondrej Palat, and Nikita Kucherov. If I were to tell you that there would be three linemates playing...

Jack Campbell On His Workout Routine In Port Huron
from Paul Costanzo of the Times Herald, Jack Campbell is entering a “prove-it” year with the Dallas Stars organization. So to prepare, he came home. “I love being back home in Port Huron, it just helps my mind so much,&r...

On A First Name Basis
from Sports Illustrated, This inspired us to look at the most common and distinctive monikers in the NHL by generation, starting with team rosters as of the summer of 2015 and working our way back in 30-year intervals to the old tyme hockey d...

Friday Mashup: Bernier arbitration hearing passes with no deal
The five-hour-long arbitration hearing has taken place and now we wait until Sunday for the settlement, or for the two sides to strike a deal before the arbiter’s ruling is announced. Leafs expected to argue in part that Bernier's start...

Blue Jackets director of amateur scouting Paul Castron to depart organization
COLUMBUS, OHIO --- Paul Castron has been named director of amateur scouting for the New Jersey Devils, Blue Jackets General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen and Devils General Manager Ray Shero announced today. Castron has been a member of the Blue Jacke...

Geico Top 15 Greatest Islanders: 3-1
We asked you to vote on your choice for the greatest player in Islanders history. The votes are in and now NewYorkIslanders.com is counting down the top 15 players in team history. 3 - DENIS POTVIN Denis Potvin is arguably one of the greates...

Philadelphia Flyers History: All Time Top 10 Assist Leaders
A lot of people like to pay attention to the most flashy of players: the enforcers, snipers, and flashy danglers. Today, however, we will look at those that were great at dishing the puck to others, allowing for teammates to put it behind the goa...

South Korea’s Hockey Team In A Tough Group In The Olympics
from the Korea Times, When it makes its Winter Olympic debut in men’s hockey in 2018 on home ice, South Korea will have to take on powerhouses Canada and the Czech Republic in the group stage. Most hockey observers won’t give ...

Headlines: Galchenyuk, Subban, Roy, Semin, Scherbak, Hawkey, more
All Habs Headlines: Friday July 31, 2015 On this day in hockey history… 1963 — Happy birthday to former Canadiens forward Brian Skrudland born on this day in Peace River, Alberta. Skrudland was a member of the 1986 Stanley Cup winnin...

Top 25 Under 25: #21 Dylan Blujus
Right handed defensemen are so hard to find especially with size. At 6'3" and 205 pounds, Blujus offers that size, but what's more impressive is the space between his ears. After being taken in the 2nd round 40th overall in the 2012 draft,

An Outsider's Perspective: Ken Warren
Join us for another outside perspective, this time from Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen. Welcome back for another chat with someone else on the outside!  This week, we travel to eastern Canada to have a chat with Ken Warren, of the...

Quick Strikes for Friday, July 21
News and notes from around the NHL for your Friday links. The Vancouver Canucks are reportedly close to extending recently-acquired center

All Habs Mailbag: Your Questions About Plekanec, Galchenyuk, Price
by Chris G, Digital Radio Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine LAVAL, QC– Tired of the Semin jokes Habs fans? Get ready cause they will be coming for a year! This week, I have the pleasure again of answering questions received in our … Con...


 
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