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Huge ‘Dogs Camp Shows Commitment to Depth

Filed in Feature by on September 27, 2012 0 Comments • views: 436
Huge ‘Dogs Camp Shows Commitment to Depth

by Dan Kramer, Senior Writer, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC — At long last, Montreal Canadiens hockey has returned.  Well… sort of.  No, the Collective Bargaining Agreement issues still haven’t been settled.  No, we still don’t know when the next NHL game will be … Continue reading

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Bulldogs Offer Up Early Surprises

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Bulldogs Offer Up Early Surprises

The Hamilton Bulldogs training camp is in full swing and already the group of 43 attendees has been whittled down to 29. Add in a lower-body injury that returned rookie defenseman Morgan Ellis to Montreal for treatment, and we may be within 5 cuts of a final season opening roster. Continue reading

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Bulldogs Preseason Raises as Many Questions as Answers

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Bulldogs Preseason Raises as Many Questions as Answers

The lockout hanging over the National Hockey League this season means the AHL is as competitive as it’s ever been. Teams are loaded with fringe veterans who no longer have a second league to float between (think Mike Blunden, Aaron Palushaj, Blake Geoffrion). Continue reading

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Marlies vs Bulldogs: Mayer Backstops Dogs to Home Opener Win

Filed in IceCaps game report by on October 20, 2012 0 Comments • views: 460
Marlies vs Bulldogs: Mayer Backstops Dogs to Home Opener Win

A packed house filled the lower bowl of Copps Coliseum as the Hamilton Bulldogs upended the Toronto Marlies 4-1 in the first home game for Montreal’s AHL affiliate this season, improving to 2-0-0 to start the year. Continue reading

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Young ‘Dogs Face Early Adversity

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Young ‘Dogs Face Early Adversity

By Dan Kramer, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON – It all seemed too easy. Despite questions about who would score for the team this season and an injury to starting goaltender Cedrick Desjardins, the second youngest team in the American … Continue reading

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‘Dogs Keeping Pace After Big Win

Filed in IceCaps game report by on December 12, 2012 1 Comment • views: 579
‘Dogs Keeping Pace After Big Win

The early season struggles of the Hamilton Bulldogs have been a popular topic of discussion among Hab fans who find themselves virtually as locked out as the players themselves. In a normal season, with less focus on the AHL squad, the concerns of most would be placated by the valid excuses of the team’s youthful inexperience, some undisciplined depth players, and a lack of bona fide scoring talent. Continue reading

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Beaulieu and Tinordi Stepping Up to Pro Game

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Beaulieu and Tinordi Stepping Up to Pro Game

The Fall of 2012 saw the professional debuts of a number of bluechip prospects with the Hamilton Bulldogs. There was no greater hype, however, than that surrounding two of the Montreal Canadiens’ most recent first round picks in Nathan Beaulieu and Jarred Tinordi, high profile defensemen who play quite opposite games. Continue reading

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Bulldogs Fall Short of Goal with Loss to Ice Caps (with post-game audio)

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Bulldogs Fall Short of Goal with Loss to Ice Caps (with post-game audio)

By Dan Kramer, Senior Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine POST-GAME AUDIO:  Brendan Gallagher | Sylvain Lefebvre HAMILTON, ON – “We need to get back to .500.  That’s our goal for Christmas,” is what Cedric Desjardins told a small media scrum following a Hamilton Bulldogs … Continue reading

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Bulldogs Snap Drought, Top Icehogs (with post-game audio)

Filed in IceCaps game report by on January 5, 2013 0 Comments • views: 433
Bulldogs Snap Drought, Top Icehogs (with post-game audio)

The Hamilton Bulldogs hadn’t scored in three consecutive games coming into tonight’s tilt with the Rockford Icehogs, and given Rockford’s far superior record, expectations were low. So when the ‘Dogs fell behind 1-0 less than two minutes into the first period, you’d have been forgiven for thinking it was the same old script repeating itself. Continue reading

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Hamilton Drops Heartbreaker in Shootout (with post-game audio)

Filed in IceCaps game report by on January 6, 2013 0 Comments • views: 445
Hamilton Drops Heartbreaker in Shootout (with post-game audio)

It was another slow start for the Hamilton Bulldogs, with a trademark first period of stymied scoring chances and an unfortunate goal against, but for the second time in as many nights, the young squad showed resiliency, battling back and deserving a better fate than the 3-2 shootout decision they would end up dropping. Continue reading

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