Author: Craig Scharien

I’m a lover of sports in general – if it’s on, I’ll likely watch it. But nothing compares to hockey and Montreal Canadiens. I’ve lived most of my life on the west coast, which presents some challenges as a Habs fan, but it’s never been so easy to follow my favourite club as it is these days. In Vancouver I work as an Editorial Assistant at a local travel magazine and do a lot of volunteering at local museums. My background includes a Bachelor’s degree in History, training as technical writer and work in hospitality. I’m also an avid traveler myself and have significant spent time in Europe, South and Central America and Asia. My favourite spots? Spain, Vietnam, Belize…the list goes on.

I’m a lover of sports in general – if it’s on, I’ll likely watch it. But nothing compares to hockey and Montreal Canadiens. I’ve lived most of my life on the west coast, which presents some challenges as a Habs fan, but it’s never been so easy to follow my favourite club as it is these days. In Vancouver I work as an Editorial Assistant at a local travel magazine and do a lot of volunteering at local museums. My background includes a Bachelor’s degree in History, training as technical writer and work in hospitality. I’m also an avid traveler myself and have significant spent time in Europe, South and Central America and Asia. My favourite spots? Spain, Vietnam, Belize…the list goes on.

Vote for March’s 3 Stars!

The Habs bounced back from a tough February and looked better in March, finding themselves firmly in the playoff picture with a jam packed April on the horizon. Who were their top performers? Vote for your three stars!

HW 3 Stars: February 2021

February may have delivered different results for the Habs after a hot start but the Three Star selections are look very similar with many of the same players getting the job done while others faltered in a tough stretch.

HW 3 Stars: February 2020

With the playoffs seemingly out of reach, the Canadiens continued to fight hard despite the odds, but with the recent pause to the schedule and Montreal’s recent struggles, it’s likely time to plan for an important offseason. This is reflected in the Three Stars, with both youth and veterans represented.