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Montreal Gazette Sep 17, 2018

Why Hunter Shinkaruk grew up as a Canadiens fan in Calgary

He lived on Montreal Ave. with Alex Galchenyuk and Danny Briére among his favourite players. Now Shinkaruk is hoping to crack Habs' roster.
Montreal Gazette Sep 17, 2018

Max Pacioretty scores in his pre-season debut with Golden Knights

Former Canadiens captain adds an assist while wearing an "A" on his Golden Knights jersey in 7-2 win over Arizona Coyotes.
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Arizona Coyotes center Alex Galchenyuk talks about his trade

Arizona Coyotes center Alex Galchenyuk talks about his trade

Arizona Coyotes center Alex Galchenyuk during media day in Glendale.         
Eyes On The Prize Sep 11, 2018
Where will the goals come from without Max Pacioretty and Alex Galchenyuk?

Where will the goals come from without Max Pacioretty and Alex Galchenyuk?

The Canadiens traded away two of their top goal-scorers in the off-season, but there are some young players who are proving capable of more offence. The 2017-18 Montreal Canadiens scored 207 goals, good for 29th in the NHL and almost 100 goals behind the league-leading 290 posted by the Tampa Bay Lightning. At five-on-five, the Habs were even worse, lighting the lamp more often than only the Buffalo Sabres. As the last season started, two members of the Canadiens’ active roster had produced 30 or more goals in a season: Alex Galchenyuk (2015-16) and Max Pacioretty (2011-12, 13-14, 14-15,...
The Hockey Writers Sep 9, 2018

New Faces in New Places: Alex Galchenyuk

During the month of September, we will profile New Faces in New Places from around the NHL. We now look at new Coyotes’ forward Alex Galchenyuk. Don’t look now but the Arizona Coyotes have some nice pieces in place. How does Galchenyuk fit and can they make the playoffs this season? Alex Galchenyuk 2017-18 Stats: […] The post New Faces in New Places: Alex Galchenyuk appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Sep 8, 2018

Top 3 Canadiens Fantasy Options

The Montreal Canadiens were not the most desirable team to target players in fantasy hockey last season. They scored 207 goals, placing them third to last in the league with only the Arizona Coyotes and Buffalo Sabres scoring less than them. Brendan Gallagher led the the team with 31 goals and 54 points, which was […] The post Top 3 Canadiens Fantasy Options appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
A Winning Habit Sep 3, 2018

Montreal Canadiens: Alexander Romanov taking huge strides in the KHL

The 2018 NHL Draft is looking even better for the Montreal Canadiens after Alexander Romanov made his KHL debut with CSKA Moscow. Ever since June, the focus within the Montreal Canadiens has been centred around Jesperi Kotkaniemi (relatively speaking). He was the team’s highest pick since 2012 when Alex Galchenyuk was selected third-overall from the […] Montreal Canadiens: Alexander Romanov taking huge strides in the KHL - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Aug 30, 2018
2018 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #2 Max Domi

2018 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #2 Max Domi

Domi will try to create a name for himself in Montreal during the 2018-19 campaign. Marc Bergevin has not shied away from making franchise-altering moves. On June 15, exactly one year after the Jonathan Drouin for Mikhail Sergachev swap, Bergevin made another big trade, this time acquiring Max Domi from the Arizona Coyotes straight up for Alex Galchenyuk. Naturally, just as Drouin and Shea Weber since their respective trades, Domi will be perceived as a replacement to Galchenyuk, and every move that he makes will be compared to his predecessor. Fortunately for Domi, he is likely to be...
Eyes On The Prize Aug 24, 2018
Links: Jacob de la Rose battling for ice time

Links: Jacob de la Rose battling for ice time

In today’s links, Jacob de la Rose will have to fight for his roster spot again if he wants to build on last year, Eric Gelinas leaves for Slovakia, while Tom Parisi leaves hockey, and Alex Galchenyuk is excited about another chance to play centre. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Jacob de la Rose faces a battle for ice-time. [Montreal Gazette] Xavier Ouellet is confident of carving a place for himself on the Canadiens. [La Presse] The Montreal Canadiens Alumni will play a game in Kingston on October 28 to benefit soldiers, veterans, and first responders. [Montreal Gazette] Max Domi...
Sportsnet.ca Aug 22, 2018
Coyotes’ Alex Galchenyuk excited for fresh start, chance to play centre

Coyotes’ Alex Galchenyuk excited for fresh start, chance to play centre

If the Arizona Coyotes are going to regain a modicum of respectability, Alex Galchenyuk figures to play a key role in the team’s turnaround. The post Coyotes’ Alex Galchenyuk excited for fresh start, chance to play centre appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Aug 21, 2018
If Danault stays with Pacioretty, the Canadiens have their first-line centre

If Danault stays with Pacioretty, the Canadiens have their first-line centre

A mutual partnership saw the duo post metrics among the league’s best last season. “The Montreal Canadiens need a top-line centre.” Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Over the last several years, the Canadiens have struggled to find someone to consistently play alongside Max Pacioretty on their top line. At first, David Desharnais filled the role adequately, but as his talents waned, Alex Galchenyuk was unable (or wasn’t granted the opportunity) to step up in his stead. Two years ago, Phillip Danault found himself next to Pacioretty when Galchenyuk went down with a knee...

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