Author: Brian La Rose

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The summer so far

Although this has been an offseason marred with talks of a new CBA (or lack thereof), that hasn’t kept Canadiens GM Bob Gainey from being a busy man. The Habs have been a very busy team so far this offseason, despite not making a big splash in the free a

Theodore named to World Cup Team

On Monday, Team Canada World Cup GM Wayne Gretzky announced that G Ed Belfour has withdrawn from the World Cup of Hockey due to a back injury, and that Montreal Canadiens netminder Jose Theodore will be replacing him, most likely as the #3 netminder.

Zednik signs multi-year deal

On Wednesday, Canadiens GM Bob Gainey announced the signing of W Richard Zednik to a 3 year contract, avoiding salary arbitration. The deal is worth $7.3 million dollars. He will make $2.3 M this season, $2.4 M next season, and $2.6 M in 2006-07.

Canadiens sign Huet, avoid arbitration

On Tuesday, Canadiens GM Bob Gainey announced that the Canadiens had come to terms on a 2 year contract with newly-acquired goaltender Cristobal Huet, avoiding salary arbitration with the netminder. As per club policy, financial terms were not disclosed.

Free Agent frugality

Well, we’re now officially through month 1 of free agency, and, unlike in other years, there have been no lucrative contracts handed out to any unrestricted free agents, even by the Rangers. There are plenty of free agents left on the market, ranging fr

Canadiens sign pair

On Friday night, Canadiens GM Bob Gainey announced a pair of signings, D Ron Hainsey to a 2 year contract, and C Gavin Morgan to a 1 year pact with a club option for 2005-06. Reports out of Montreal state that Hainsey’s deal is worth $1.5 million.

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