Category: Habs

Paul Byron clears waivers

With the trade deadline approaching, cap and roster flexibility are still going to be important for the Habs, even with Brendan Gallagher’s LTIR placement.  With that in mind, the team once again placed Paul Byron on waivers on Friday and he passed through unclaimed on Saturday.

Slow Start Sinks Habs vs Jets

The Habs likely deserved a better outcome if one considers the entirety of Thursday night’s game. However, another slow start had them playing catch-up from the get-go and for a second straight night, they just didn’t have enough offence to overcome the bad start, falling 4-2 to Winnipeg.

Habs Come up Short in Toronto

The Habs kicked off the first of several three-in-four stretches on Wednesday night as they were in Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs. They played well in some parts but were chasing the game in others, eventually falling 3-2.

Habs sign Jan Mysak

The pandemic has forced Jan Mysak to play in Laval this season and he has impressed the Canadiens as the team announced that they’ve signed the 18-year-old to a three-year, entry-level contract.  The deal will begin in the 2021-22 season.

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!

Montreal’s Bonus Situation

With cap space being at a premium heading into the trade deadline, the potential for bonus overage carrying over into next season grows, especially if Marc Bergevin wants to try to add to his roster again.  With that in mind, here is a breakdown of Montreal’s bonus situation.

Habs Come Up Short Against Ottawa

The Habs came into Saturday night looking to sweep the home-and-home set with the Senators as they welcomed Ottawa to the Bell Centre. Unfortunately, they were down early and never really recovered as they dropped a 6-3 decision.