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Habs Eyes On The Prize Apr 24, 2017
Michael McCarron reassigned to the St. John’s IceCaps

Michael McCarron reassigned to the St. John’s IceCaps

The hulking forward will join the IceCaps for their Calder Cup run With the Montreal Canadiens’ Stanley Cup dreams coming to a quick end, Michael McCarron was returned to the St. John’s IceCaps of the American Hockey League. McCarron appeared in only one post season game, a 3-1 loss in Game 6, where he recorded no points while playing on the fourth line with Steve Ott and Dwight King. Canadiens have assigned Michael McCarron to the St. John’s IceCaps. DETAILS -> https://t.co/EXdz7BjNeF.— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) April 24, 2017 In 31 games for the Canadiens this year...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Apr 13, 2017
Habs lines at practice: No changes following the game one loss

Habs lines at practice: No changes following the game one loss

Claude Julien decided to stick to his guns It was a full roster at the morning skate, except for defender Alexei Emelin, who is still nursing a lower-body injury. Habs have everyone on the ice except for Alexei Emelin for this morning's practice.— Eric Engels (@EricEngels) April 13, 2017 There were no changes in the forward lines, which means Alex Galchenyuk remains on the fourth line with Steve Ott and Andreas Martinsen, whereas fourth liner Dwight King remains on the third with Andrew Shaw and Artturi Lehkonen. #Habs: Voici les trios....
Liveblog: Tampa Bay beats Canadiens 4-2

Liveblog: Tampa Bay beats Canadiens 4-2

Two goals in 21 third-period seconds: Artturi Lehkonen’s shorthanded seeing-eye, his 17th of the season, ignited hopes of a home-team comeback. But Yanni Gourde scored 21 seconds later to restore Tampa’s two-goal margin. Dwight King got the Canadiens on the […]
Canadiens vs. Sabres Ten Takeaways: Too little, too late

Canadiens vs. Sabres Ten Takeaways: Too little, too late

The Canadiens fall 2-1 to the Sabres and have their winning streak snapped at five games. 1. For a game that meant little to either team in the standings, it was hard fought and aggressive. It was the Sabres’ last game of the season at home, so it made sense they wanted to put on a show. Still, it made for some nervous moments, such as in the first period when Carey Price seemed to have dinged his hand and was shown checking on his blocker hand a couple of times, after he fell during a scrum in his crease. 2. Dwight King is cursed. I'm not saying Dwight King is cursed, but Dwight King...
HI/O Bonus: One new acquisition has been a major disappointment

HI/O Bonus: One new acquisition has been a major disappointment

Out of Dwight King, Andreas Martinsen & Steve Ott, which of the Habs’ three new forwards have impressed you the most? Our panel breaks down the question, but it quickly turns negative. Missed last week’s show? Watch it here:  

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