Tag Archives: Guy Carbonneau

WAS HABS’ GM ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH?


Four weeks into the job as general manager of the Montreal Canadiens, everything was coming up roses for Marc Bergevin. Until today’s announcement that Bob Hartley had taken a the job as head coach of the Calgary Flames. If you … Continue reading

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GAINEY GETS HIS MAN


“What was Gainey’s rush?!?!” “Boring, defensive hockey comes to the Montreal Canadiens!!!” “The guy has as much personality as a wet noodle.” …and so it goes.  Just some of the reaction to this week’s hiring of Jacques Martin by the … Continue reading

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HABS THROUGH CARBO’S EYES


Guy Carbonneau says he never saw it coming. Just about everyone else, however, did. Carbonneau spoke to the media yesterday for the first time since being fired Mar. 9, in the hours after a Canadiens’ 3-1 over the Dallas Stars … Continue reading

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HABS DON’T HAVE TO GO FAR FOR LATEST ACQUISITION


Some 24 hours after dispatching the popular Steve Begin to Dallas, Canadiens GM Bob Gainey found that depth centreman he was looking for. And he didn’t have to go far, to get him. After the Habs arrived in Philadephia for last night’s … Continue reading

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STEVE BEGIN TO DALLAS VIA PHILADELPHIA


When Steve Begin took to the ice this morning at the Habs’  practice facility in Suburban Brossard, he was still a member of the Montreal Canadiens. When Steve Begin boarded the team charter for Philadelphia and tomorrow night’s game against … Continue reading

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HABS’ CENTENNIAL SEASON HANGS IN BALANCE


Some celebration. The Montreal Canadiens’ Centennial Season is turning into a non-stop nightmare, both on and off the ice. The action on the ice took a back seat, earlier this week, as a result of the unusual move by General Manager … Continue reading

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FINALLY. A WIN. ON THE ROAD.


The Montreal Canadiens can thank Jaroslav Halak for their first win on the road after seven straight setbacks. Halak was outstanding (something you haven’t been able to say about either of the two Montreal netminders for almost a month) in … Continue reading

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