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Transactions Of The Gainey Regime: 2003 to 2009

The listing you will see below took a week to hastily research, write, and post. It's assumed from the get - go that it is imperfect in some ways. It should be improved upon with time and more...

Frank Mahovlich, The Canadiens Best Late Season Pickup

Over the years, the Canadiens have rarely put themselves over the top with a trade made so late in a season. In fact the most impactful deal the Canadiens have made in terms of gearing up for the playoffs, was hardly a deadline deal at all. It happened on January 13, 1971.

Niclas Havelid, A Solid Fit For The Habs "D"

Havelid would seem to be a smooth fit for what the Canadiens currently need, which is a defenseman that can slide into the second and third pairing and bring about a smooth complicity with any type of pairing partner. As the trade deadline approaches, he could be an interseting option for the Canadiens.

The W5 On New Hab Glen Metropolit

Judging by Metropolit's road in life, this latest road bump could not have caused him much grief. His journey into NHL hockey is far from the standard tale. Metropolit grew up in the Cabbage Town projects of Toronto, an area well known as being badly drug infested. In a family of three, headed by an often unemployed single mother, Glen was tossed about from foster homes for close to two years.

Classy Bégin Given His Wish, Dealt To Stars

“Throughout his five seasons in the Montreal Canadiens’ jersey Steve Bégin has been a proud competitor who dedicated himself to the team. As an organization, we are grateful to Steve for his play on the ice as well as his involvement in the Quebec community. We wish Steve the very best with the Dallas Stars."

Schneider The Latest In A Long List Of Second Time Arounders

For newly acquired defenseman Matt Schneider, it must be a comfortable feeling knowing what he's getting into! Schneider joins fellow rearguards Francis Bouillon and Patrice Brisebois as current two tenured Montreal Canadiens, and now numbers among the over 40 players who have enjoyed a return stint to Montreal in 100 years of Canadiens history.

Schneider Acquisition Will Lighten Load Of Overburdened Markov And Injured Komisarek

Benoit Brunet pointed out how much difficulty Mike Komisarek was having on the ice. It had been quite evident to that point that Komisarek had been struggling for some time, but when a replayed clip highlighted that his shoulder was hampering him a great deal, much more became clear.

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