2:53 PM EDT, Wed May 25, 2016

2015-16 Canadiens season review: David Desharnais was a victim of his usage

This year was statistically one of his worst, and yet when you look deeper, there is an argument to keep him around for another year. David Desharnais is a controversial figure for Montreal Canadiens fans. For some, he represents everything wrong with the club: their inability to consistently produce and their lack of size. For others, he is a spark plug, a capable offensive forward with vision and passing skills who isn't always given a fair shake. So which narrative is closest to the truth? It turns out there is some validity to both camps. Desharnais played in only 65 games this year,...

2015-16 Montreal Canadiens Season Review: Dale Weise provided good value for the Habs

Like the Habs, Weise's season had two parts: record breaking and frustrating. Weise's season went much like the Canadiens'. It started off almost too good to be true, as he set a new career high goal total by the end of December, playing on one of the hottest (and luckiest) lines on the best team in the NHL. Image credit: Corsica The Tomas Fleischmann, David Desharnais, Dale Weise trio was absolute dynamite, and by mid-November, they'd combined for 36 points in 18 games, and were scoring on a staggering 53.7% of their shots. Weise himself had eight goals and...

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