A Deluge of Habs News as Camp Gets Underway


The quiet days of summer, wherein hockey news flowed at a trickle are over and done with. The Habs main camp opens today with weigh ins, and much has happened in the past week. Here's a 26 link roundup for die hards.

For starters, three players have been cut from the rookie camp, with Gabriel Dumont, Petteri Simila and Dustin Walsh returned to their respective junior and collegiate teams, leaving 54 players to fight for roster spots on the big club.

Ready For More - Montreal Canadiens.com

Premieres compoures chez le Canadiens - CKAC 

Le CH invite 54 joueurs au "vrai" camp - RDS

The Hamilton Bulldogs should have a solid club this season. Here are a few stories regarding players who will likely comprise the team, including Habs signee Mikael Johansson, who will try to follow in the footsteps of fellow coutryman Fabian Brunnstrom in earning an NHL post.

Wings had their chance - Montreal Gazette

Desjardins et Sanford feront la lutte a Hamilton - La Presse


A look inside the Habs main camp starting tomorrow.

Canadiens get to know each other after summer housecleaning - The Hockey News 

Peu de poste ouvert, mais beaucoup à prouver - Rue Frontenac

Subban: Je ne suis pas un handicap en defense - La Presse

Martin se dit impressionné par Price / Subban veut apprendre le francais - RDS

A Day of Golf - Canadiens.com

La designation d'un capitaine sera attendra - RDS

Teen Ranch - The H Does Not Stand For Habs


I had the pleasure of briefly meeting George Gillett at the NHL Draft in late June, and found him to be a genuine Hab die hard himself. I can say first hand that having to sell the Canadiens irks him greatly. He told me how proud he was to have owned this team, that he wished his time could have ended differently, and that not winning the Cup is one large regret. When he arrived on the scene eight years ago, he was perceived as an untrustworthy American born owner. He leaves as everyone's favorite Uncle George. Should the Habs one day get back to reclaiming the big mug, I hope he takes great pride in the work he accomplished while the team was under his reign. He served us Habs fans very well.

Passing The Torch - Canadiens.com

Gillett passe le flambeau - Le Journal


New Canadiens photos from the golf tourney and camp. 

Training Camp Photo Gallery - Habs Inside Out

Golf Tournament Photo Gallery - Montreal Gazette

Some former Habs sightings on Dandenault, Kovalev, and some Rocket impersonators.

I hate when this happens - Moey Musings

The Kovalev Conundrum - Berkeshire On The Habs

Three pretenders to the throne, and one King - Dennis Kane

The Main camp hasn't yet had its official start, and already the media are on the lack of french content on this edition of the Canadiens. This story could use a break for now. In the news this week, were angles on Pierre Boivin, an all french trio on the Bulldogs, and Geoff Molson promising to study the thought of retiring Butch Bouchard's number. 

Boivin Parries And Thrusts - Lions In Winter

Pierre Boivin: "J'en ai marre qu'on se fasse accuser" - La Presse

The dreaded vote of confidence - Daily Hab-it 

Un trio francophone à Hamilton - RDS 

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