Author: Brian La Rose

Chief Editor

Habsworld Development Camp Section

Starting on July 9th, 25 Montreal Canadiens prospects and junior invitees began taking part in a summer development camp located at Sportplexe 4-Glaces, in Pierrefonds QC. Daily on-ice sessions last from 9 AM to noon EST, before players head to the Bell

Gainey back at work

Over the past few days, it has become apparent that many Canadiens fans are itching to see the team sign an unrestricted free agent. And why not, considering that several other teams have improved their squads. Because there hasn’t been a signing through

Habsworld Mock Draft (1st round)

With the draft less than a week away, the questions begin – who will go where? In order to help answer this, has compiled a mock draft for the first round; the picks are a consensus of the senior writers of the site.

Canadiens Draft Preview (1st round)

Well, it’s almost that exciting time of year, the NHL Entry Draft. And as you already know by now, the Montreal Canadiens draft 18th overall in the first round. This means that the Habs won’t have the opportunity to draft a potential star such as Alexande

Canadiens Draft Review: 1990-1998

It is always fun to look back at the draft in past years, and see how your favourite team succeeded (or not). Over the years, the draft has been friendly to some teams, and just downright mean to others. The Montreal Canadiens are an interesting team to a

You be the GM Game – Draft Edition

Well, we’re roughly a month away from arguably the most exciting part of the NHL offseason: the annual entry draft. General Managers and scouting staffs are always busy during this time of year trying to find the next elite NHL’er.

The Cup Finals-who to keep an eye on

And then there were two: the Calgary Flames from the West and the Tampa Bay Lightning from the East are the two teams who will be battling for the Stanley Cup. Calgary defeated Vancouver, Detroit, and San Jose to get this far, while Tampa defeated the Isl