Thursday marks the 44-year anniversary of the end of the 28-game unbeaten streak of the 1977-78 version of the Canadiens, a team that the current version of the Habs could certainly benefit from emulating some of its characteristics.
With the NHL looking for ways to come back this season, here’s a look at a quirky proposal that could check off many of the boxes required by the league to make a postseason that is fair, meaningful, difficult, and entertaining to the fans.
With training camp fast approaching, we’re looking to add some writers to our team for the upcoming season. If you have a passion for the Habs and are looking for an outlet to write about them, we’d like to hear from you.
HabsWorld will soon be entering its 16th year of existence and with the season fast approaching, we are looking to add to our writing team.
Here are the final results from the Vegas Golden Knights Expansion Pool. It took getting more than 50% of the picks correct to take home first place.
Maxime Comtois has seen his stock fall this season but he would be an intriguing project player for the Habs to ponder on draft day.
An option at pick 25 could very likely be Shane Bowers, a Canadian centre going the NCAA route. He played with Waterloo in the USHL last season and has committed to powerhouse Boston University for the 2017-18 campaign.
This year there are a number of intriguing UFA forwards available, with the range and depth of talent being significantly more impressive than in recent years. The timing is good for the Habs, as they could clearly use some help up front.
Here is a listing of each players’ waiver status this season from the Habs to the IceCaps to any signed prospects not playing minor pro.
Round three of the playoffs are about to begin, unfortunately without our Montreal Canadiens. The HabsWorld writers provided their predictions on the next two series.