INTERVIEW | Intermission Feature on Rocket Sports Media [AUDIO]

Rocket Sports Media was honoured this past season to be featured on radio during the intermission of a game between the St. John’s IceCaps and Toronto Marlies. The interview was expertly conducted by veteran broadcaster Brian Rogers, focused on the genesis and rapid growth of this sports and entertainment company which has earned a reputation of being a trusted source for breaking information, expert analysis and informed opinion.

Rick Stephens and Amy Johnson spoke proudly about their talented team of contributors, about Rocket Sports being a recognized leader in social media and about daily engagement with passionate hockey fans through their premiere product.

Rocket Sports Media is a cross-platform premium publisher of sports and entertainment sites such as All Habs Hockey Magazine, IceCaps Hockey Report, Czech List and Hockey Pub. These sites offer fresh, original, multi-media content through news, analysis, game reports and feature articles, while also acting as a vehicle for fan engagement and community initiatives.

Listen to the full interview in the player below!

Rocket Sports Media intermission feature

We are grateful to Brian Rogers and the St. John’s IceCaps for the opportunity to share the Rockets Sports Media story with their listeners and fans and look forward to another season working with the IceCaps and their outstanding team of players, coaches, and staff.

FEATURE | We Will Be Story Tellers

“There are two primary ways to share knowledge. You can PUSH information out, or you can PULL them in with a story.”
(Photo by Reagan Sports)
(Photo by Reagan Sports)
MONTREAL, QC. — As we know, hockey fans can find information about their favorite team from a plethora of websites. The internet is flooded by sites with scores, game summaries and basic information fed by news services — so much so, that they are barely recognizable from one another.
Another grouping of sites are the so-called ‘fast food’ pages of hockey. They offer provocative headlines, beguiling  rumours and slick photos in a tabloid format. Also known as click bait, these websites drive traffic to their ads, offering limited content beyond the sensational and are usually characterized by being highly untrustworthy.
Then there are the mainstream operations whose online presence is an afterthought to their regular focus.  The sites and their journalists are happy to use their large infrastructure to push information to their subscribers but are unwilling, or find it much more difficult, to engage with typical fans.
We provide news and information. But we go well beyond that offering insight, opinion and analysis. We strive to ensure that our content is accurate, holding to the belief that being right is more important than being first.
We are committed to building a global community of passionate hockey fans and work to actively engage them in dialogue and debate.
We innovate, challenge ourselves and reinvent.
There are sites who try to copy what we have built (some quite directly) but why would readers go anywhere else when we did it first and we do it better?
It’s up to each of member of the Rocket Sports team us to ensure that we are strengthening the founding principles of our site, fundamental to journalism.
Truth. Accuracy. Fairness. Independence. Accountability.
So let’s continue to write intriguing articles with well-researched content, support fellow team members and interact with our community.
Let others push information. We will be story tellers!

Rocket Sports Media Launches Four New Hockey Publications


Rocket Sports Media Launches Four New Hockey Publications

Habs fan in Vitória, Brazil (Photo by Anna Lombardi)

MONTREAL, QC. – This summer, Rocket Sports Media, Inc. (RSM) has launched a series of new websites to meet the growing global demand for hockey information via its All Habs Hockey Magazine brand.

All Habs has been the digital leader for providing original content to fans of the Montreal Canadiens in four languages:  English, French, Spanish and Brazilian-Portuguese.  This multilingual collection has been housed, until now, all on the platform.  In addition, the website reported on the Hamilton Bulldogs, the AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens.


As of this summer, a separate site was developed for each of these areas of focus, resulting in the rollout of:

Le Magazine All Habs    (

All Habs Brasil / All Hockey Brasil            ( /

Bulldogs Hockey Report               ( /

The Spanish site, All Habs en Espanol, will be unveiled in the fall.

In addition, RSM is complimenting this phase of expansion with an English-Czech bilingual website focusing on Czech hockey prospects playing in Europe and North-America building upon a popular column from its Czech based correspondent.

The Czech List   ( /

Each of the four new websites are built upon the same popular magazine format as All Habs, featuring trusted information, accurate analysis, diverse opinions and fan-focused columns. The expansion further meets the RSM ongoing goal to provide original content to its readers in their language of choice.  The enhanced experience includes readers of its flag-ship site, All Habs, which results in improved navigability.

As a sports and entertainment media company, Rocket Sports Media continues to maintain its strong position in the industry by maturing and evolving its portfolio of brands to nimbly respond to changes in the marketplace. RSM continues to bring more choice and more content to its readers, provides a broader platform for more writers and creates more targeted opportunities for our advertising partners.

About All Habs:

All Habs Hockey Magazine is an independent digital hockey magazine with a primary focus on the Montreal Canadiens. It is a recognized brand in the hockey world as a trusted source for news, opinion and analysis of the Canadiens. Its mission is to build a world-wide network of hockey fans that are informed, engaged, entertained and connected.

About Rocket Sports Media:

Rocket Sports Media, Inc. is a respected sports and entertainment media company committed to pursuing and reporting the truth in an ethically responsible manner. RSM works to develop a talented, diverse set of writers, providing them a platform to share their voice with the broadest possible audience.  Our core commitment to honesty, integrity, and values guides our engagement with readers, personnel, and business partners.

To learn more about the launch or for prime advertising opportunities, please contact:

Brittany Freitas

Coordinator of Public Relations, Rocket Sports Media

Follow on Twitter: @All_Habs @RocketSportsInc

RSM souhaite la bienvenue aux Fantômes du Forum de Montréal

par Brittany Freitas, Coordonnatrice des relations publiques, Rocket Sports Média – traduit par Kathy K.

MONTREAL, QC. — Rocket Sports Média est fier d’annoncer la formation d’un nouveau partenariat avec Fantômes du Forum. Nous sommes ravis de les accueillir dans la famille RSM.

Chez Rocket Sports Média (RSM), nous contribuons à bâtir une communauté mondiale et engagée d’amateurs sports. Nous nous sommes engagés à fournir de l’information et du divertissement pour celle-ci, et notre collaboration avec Fantômes du Forum nous aidera à continuer de développer le réseau.

FDFlogoMRFantômes du Forum (FdF) est un forum/groupe de discussion francophone centré autour du Canadien de Montréal, qui vise aussi à maintenir une atmosphère légère et familiale. FdF accueille l’humour ainsi que le développement de nouveaux liens d’amitié en discutant le hockey ou n’importe quel autre sujet dans une manière animée et divertissante.

Un des objectifs primaires de FdF est de soutenir les organisations charitables. RSM incorporera cette portion de la mission de FdF dans notre initiative “Rocket Power” où les partisans peuvent s’unir afin de faire une différence dans la vie des autres.

aalemagazine1«All Habs Hockey Magazine» est la publication phare de RSM, qui met en vigueur du contenu original publié dans quatre langues. Nous avons l’intention de présenter Fantômes comme composante essentielle du lancement du Magazine All Habs. Le Magazine fait partie de notre stratégie d’élargir notre couverture francophone afin de satisfaire la demande croissante.

Le slogan de FdF est comme suit : «C’est effrayant à quel point on a du plaisir.» Nous pensons que vous aurez du plaisir aussi. Glissez un mot à vos amis : les Fantômes du Forum de Montréal ont une nouvelle adresse.

Nous sommes fiers de ce nouveau partenariat. Notre équipe en pleine expansion travaillera fort afin de vous fournir avec une expérience inédite, en continuant de vous amener une communauté de hockey en ligne de la plus haute qualité.

RSM Welcomes Ghosts of the Montreal Forum

By Brittany Freitas, Public Relations Coordinator, Rocket Sports Media

MONTREAL, QC. — Rocket Sports Media is proud to announce a new partnership with Fantômes du Forum. We are excited to welcome them into the RSM family.

At Rocket Sports Media (RSM) we are dedicated to building an engaged community of sports fans world-wide. We are committed to keeping that community informed and entertained, and our collaboration with Fantômes du Forum will help us to continue building connections.

FDFlogoMRFantômes du Forum (FdF) is a French-language forum / discussion group centered around the Montreal Canadiens, which also focuses on keeping a light-hearted and family atmosphere. FdF fosters humour and development of new friendships while talking about hockey or any other subject in a lively and entertaining manner.

One of FdF’s main goals is to support charitable organizations. RSM will incorporate that portion of the FdF mission into our “Rocket Power” initiative, where fans can unite to make a difference in the lives of others.

aalemagazine1All Habs Hockey Magazine is the flagship digital publication of RSM which features original content published in four languages. We intend to feature Fantômes as a key component of our launch of Le Magazine All Habs. Le Magazine is part of our strategy to broaden our French language coverage to meet increasing demand.

The motto of FdF is “C’est effrayant à quel point on a du plaisir / It’s scary how much we enjoy.” We think that you will enjoy too. Tell your friends that the ghosts of the Montreal Forum have a new home.

We are proud of this new partnership. Our newly expanded writing team will be working hard to provide you with a new fan experience as we continue bringing you a premiere online hockey community.

en Français: RSM souhaite la bienvenue aux Fantômes du Forum de Montréal

Rocket Sports Media Emerges As New Digital Sports Publishing Company



Rocket Sports Media, Inc. Emerges As New Digital Sports Publishing Company

Montreal, QC – January 14, 2013 — A new name in digital sports publishing was announced today with the creation of Rocket Sports Media, Inc., established January 1, 2013.  Led by President and Founder Rick Stephens, Rocket Sports Media, Inc. (RSM) is a digital media publisher of premier sports and entertainment websites.

“Launching Rocket Sports Media is the next logical step in an ambitious plan to attract sports enthusiasts who are increasingly getting their information from premier online sources who are both professional and credible.  RSM will provide us with the organizational structure necessary to attract partners while retaining the nimbleness to be extremely responsive to our readers,” says Stephens.

Its website,, officially launched today and serves as a business-to-business portal connecting business owners with exceptional avenues through which to promote their products and/or venues while also engaging current or potential partners.  The site also serves as a place to describe RSM’s organizational mission that Stephens says is built on a model that stresses community building.  He adds that the company’s view is to provide an all-encompassing global reach for sports enthusiasts and says, “We aim to inform, entertain and engage while connecting with fans world-wide.”

RSM is responsible for publishing two website brands, All Habs Hockey Magazine ( and Hockey Pub (  “We have devoted the past few years to developing our brand recognition, recruiting a top-notch writing team, and connecting with sports fans around the world,” explains Stephens.  “We have become a trusted source in the hockey world, hold a dominant position in social media, and we are a recognized leader in organizing fan events.”

All Habs is a digital hockey magazine with a primary focus on the Montreal Canadiens.  It is known as a trusted source for Habs news and in-depth analysis, giving passionate fans their daily dose of all things related to their favourite team.  With over 58,000 followers, @All_Habs is ranked as the 15th most influential hockey account on Twitter, giving them an unmatched audience reach in social media.

Publishing daily original content 12 months of the year in four languages (English, French, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese), All Habs is comprised of a team of writers, many of whom are degreed, experienced journalists, who write from a variety of perspectives producing original content in a variety of languages.  The site also boasts team members who contribute work as photographers, video editors and event planners all committed to creating premiere products and fan experiences.

Hockey Pub serves a directory of sports bars for fans to discover the best places to watch a game. It is a handy guide for locals as well as business travelers. Visitors can read reviews and share opinions on food, drink, TV-viewing and sports atmosphere, all characteristics that make for a great fan experience.  Hockey Pub is also a place for sports fans to learn about Hockey Parties, autograph signings and other fan events.

Additionally, RSM uses the extensive reach of its brands to fuel Rocket Power, a philanthropic initiative aimed at partnering with charitable organizations in an effort to mobilize sports fans to make a difference in the lives of others.  Successful collaborations have included Hockey Fights Cancer, Five Hole for Food, and the Max Pacioretty Foundation.

For more information regarding Rocket Sports Media, Inc., its publications, or for advertising inquiries, please contact Rick Stephens at



Twitter: @RocketSportsInc


Meet the RSM Team: Kristina

by Amy, Managing Editor, (

So you can get to know Habs players, All Habs provides you with “Who’s this guy” condensed biographies. So you can get to know the people who write for you, we present “Who’s this guy/girl All Habs Special Edition”. Today, Kristina.

Kristina – Contributor,
  • Height: 5’9″
  • Age: 26
  • Writes: Writes right, shoots left
  • Born: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Drafted: By All Habs, September 2010
The Specs
  • Chartered Accountant by day (and sometimes too many nights); hockey and sports fanatic 24/7. She’s been a Habs fan since she started playing street hockey as a kid with her older brother and the neighbourhood dudes. Kristina grew up watching Hockey Night in Canada listening to Dick Irvin’s phenomenal play by play and begging to stay up late to watch the west coast game. She doesn’t need permission anymore. She was probably about 7 or 8 the first time she went to the Forum, her mother gave her and her brother two tickets and two hotdogs while she stood in the standing room and didn’t move for two and half hours just so she wouldn’t lose her spot. She joined All Habs while she was away in Lebanon, tweeting. Rick Stephens messaged her after she was tweeting about watching Habs preseason games at 3 AM Lebanon time on the slowest internet known to man. The rest is history.
The Essentials
  • Salty over sweet. Standard over automatic. Fast over slow. Whiskey over Vodka (beer is a close second). Coffee is meant to be black. She loves to hike, run, play hockey, tennis and ski/water-ski. She has a shoe obsession and loves to cook. The BBQ is her favorite cooking contraption, especially for bacon and pineapple. Kristina doesn’t watch television shows except sporting activities (duh) although Sex and the City is her favorite series of all time. She would love to go to Australia someday…mostly because it seems like it could fall off the earth at any moment.
What you must know
  • She has torn both ACL’s and had both knees operated once. She tore the first one when she was 12 playing touch football and had it fixed at 16; tore the second at 19 playing soccer on a rainy day and had that one fixed when she was 20. She still plays sports as if she never tore anything at all…a few screws can’t stop her. Her right ankle is noticeably bigger than the left from all the times she has sprained it playing basketball and soccer. She would challenge anyone to a game of foosball and beat them.
What you probably didn’t know
  • One of the most memorable things she has ever done was drive to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas and back in the same day. It was a total of 10 hours in a rented car from Enterprise but it was worth every second.  No pictures or explanations do justice to the mind-blowing vastness of the Canyon. It’s no wonder it is one of the seven wonders of the world. You really need to see with your own eyes. All you need is a car and some good company…oh and a pair of hiking shoes.
The Stats
All Habs Author Bio | Compiled by: Amy | Design by: Stevo | © All Habs 2012

All Habs & McLean’s Pub – An Exciting New Chapter



January 27, 2011 /


MONTREAL, QC — Montreal is home to some of the most passionate fans in hockey. On any given game night, pubs all over the city are jam-packed with people looking for good food, cold drinks, fun atmosphere, and of course a Habs win. But that’s not enough. What fans really need is a place they can call their “home” for hockey news and entertainment, whether they’re downtown or perusing a trusted website for information on their favourite team.

This week, All Habs Hockey Magazine ( and McLean’s Pub ( announced a new partnership created to further enhance a growing hockey community of their fans, readers and patrons. By building on a foundation of dedicated supporters, both online and in person, this partnership promises to give hockey fans in Montreal something to truly cheer about.

“Sure we’re sports writers, but more importantly we’re hockey fans. We live and die with the team, enduring the ups and downs together.  We know what fans want to experience.”, says Rick Stephens, Editor-in-Chief of All Habs Hockey Magazine. “We’re all about creating a personal fan experience, engaging Habs enthusiasts in a unique way. It’s like a growing family — the folks at McLean’s see it exactly the same way.  Together, we will continue to build our hockey community to make long-lasting connections both online and in person.”

That translates into even bigger and better fan events called Habs Tweetups, an initiative started by the All Habs Network almost three years ago. Using its dominant position in social media and as a strong, recognized brand in hockey media outlets, Habs Tweetups became a vehicle to allow fans to meet in person and develop long-lasting friendships – a step that Rick claims is a natural progression for friends who meet and chat online.

“Passionate sports fans not only want to follow every move of their team, they want to talk about it with other informed fans – and that’s the case in both good times and bad.  Coming to one of our events for the first time is very exciting but we recognize that it can also be a little daunting. We go the extra mile to personally welcome everyone, introduce them to the others, and make them feel like they are part of the family.”

Popularity for Habs Tweetups quickly grew and these days fans can find them in more than ten different cities in North America – from Montreal to Vancouver to New York City and beyond.

Stuart Ashton, General Manager of McLean’s Pub in Montreal, first learned about Habs Tweetups about a year and a half ago through the All Habs Hockey Magazine. “All Habs has been my source for unbiased and well-informed hockey news for quite some time now. I love my Canadiens and sometimes that hurts, but I can always find out what I need to know on the All Habs website!”

He soon approached Rick to host events at his two restaurants, McLean’s Pub and its former sister pub O’Hara’s. “McLean’s is the ideal place – we are large, loud and full of passion on game days. It makes for an amazing environment to watch hockey.”

Stuart believed his venue would be the perfect place for a Habs Tweetup and adds, “Working with Jay Farrar, who manages for us at night, we assured that the All Habs crew would be well taken care of. Each event has been a success and we look forward to making the next even better than the last!”

The All Habs group has since hosted numerous events at McLean’s Pub, from Habs/Leafs rivalry game viewing parties to a “red carpet” tribute party during the NHL Awards and a pre-season celebration of the 24th Stanley Cup win.  According to Rick, they’ve all been memorable.

“McLean’s has excellent food, is only a stone’s throw from the Bell Centre, and offers a great atmosphere for watching sports of any kind,” he says, “but what really sets them apart is their attentive staff.  The folks at McLean’s are experts at making you feel at home.  They make it a point to learn your name, remember your favourite drink, and ensure that you’ll want to come back again.  Whether hosting an event or catching a game after work, it’s the place I want to be.”

It’s a philosophy of customer service and building genuine relationships which is shared by both entities. According to Stuart, the McLean family motto, “Virtue is our honour”, holds true twenty years after original owner Ian McLean purchased the pub. McLean passed away in 2000, but Stuart and his team work to uphold those values today. “We build long-term relationships with our partners, our suppliers, our staff, and our clientele.”

Rick agrees with that ideal and says the core of All Habs is all about community:

“Our mission is to build a world-wide network of Montreal Canadiens fans who are informed, engaged, entertained, and connected. We try things that other people claim can’t be done, and through committed staff and valued partners we have found success.” — Rick Stephens



The first step in the new partnership will be the addition of a monthly All Habs Night at McLean’s complete with reserved seating to watch a Habs game, a special menu, trivia and prizes and so much more. The events will give fans an opportunity to meet other people who share the same interests but will also include all bar and restaurant patrons to further provide that family feeling.

“It would be tough to match the dedication of the staff at McLean’s and the crew at All Habs,” Rick states. “We’ve been building this relationship for a year and a half. We’re committed for the long-term.”  Stuart happily adds, “All Habs is our partner from now on and we plan on growing together. I cannot wait for our next event!”

Stuart and Rick have already begun sharing even more ideas that will soon become fan favourites.  Watch for the launch of new initiatives in the near future!

——————– is the premiere source for information, news, analysis, and reviews about the Montreal Canadiens.

If you’d like more information about upcoming All Habs fan events at McLean’s, be sure to follow @All_Habs and @habstweetup on Twitter and log on to for updates and reviews. The next Habs Tweetup is February 11th in Toronto – RSVP and details can be found by clicking HERE.

To learn more about McLean’s Pub, log onto to check out their menu and upcoming events.  You can also follow them on Twitter at @mcleanspub and can find Stuart at @stuart_ashton.

Canadiens Coverage: What’s in Store for You

Written by Rick Stephens, All Habs Hockey Magazine

All Habs Team at Canadiens home-opener (Photo by Rick Stephens)

MONTREAL, QC. — This five-day hiatus from Habs hockey has given us an opportunity to review the 11-games played so far and look ahead to what we might expect from the Canadiens in the months to come. Let’s take a few minutes to turn the camera on ourselves and repeat the exercise. With more than 70 regular season games left to play, let’s answer your question “What can we expect from All Habs?”

Our plans are a little more ambitious this year, because there are more of you visiting our site, a lot more! In September we set an all-time record for visits to All Habs — in October, we beat it. In fact we’ve had to move to a new server to accommodate all of you.

If you have ever flown out of San Francisco International Airport you are aware that it is known for it’s particularly steep takeoffs. Well, that is the same trajectory of All Habs over the past year, and we have YOU, the readers to thank for it!

So what makes us different?

First time readers notice that we are called All Habs Hockey Magazine. That’s deliberate — we have assembled a huge amount of exclusive, original content in a digital magazine format. Unlike other websites, you can browse through categories all the way down the main page to find new articles rather than having just one or two recent pieces at the top of the page.

Whether you are looking for in-depth features, game previews and reviews, headline and game day news, fan-focussed pieces, the latest video, or official news releases, you can find it all at All Habs. It’s comprehensive hockey coverage and you can count on us being here to publish fresh content 12 months of the year.

“To build a world-wide network of Montreal Canadiens fans who are informed, engaged, entertained and connected.” — All Habs Network mission statement

As you see from our mission statement, we are well aware that Habs fans are everywhere. We initiated as a way of uniting Canadiens fans who are more than a stones-throw from the Bell Centre. To this end, we provide original content in English, French, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese — we’ve also integrated a translation feature in our toolbar to accommodate those who aren’t part of the four major language groups in the Canadiens fanbase.

The convenience doesn’t stop there. Many feature articles are recorded by a professional voice artist and are available to listen from our site providing another way for visitors to enjoy our offerings. We call it All Habs Out Loud.

You’ll notice a remarkable amount of variety written from diverse perspectives. We try to have something for everyone with one or two exceptions. We do not promote rumours nor do we provide white-space for bickering trolls.

But if you are looking for a website that would rather be right than first, then All Habs is the place for you. Your trust is very important to us. We are glad to be the source you rely on for your daily dose of Habs news and in-depth analysis.

This is your site and we do our best to reach out and connect with you. All Habs is a recognized industry leader in the use of social media. Rather than just an vehicle to push our content, we use tools like Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr to discuss issues and gather your opinions.

With close to 45,000 followers on Twitter, @All_Habs is the 11th most influential hockey account (as reported by the Edmonton Journal in an article titled “Kings of Hockey Reporting on Twitter.”) Being listed in the same neighbourhood as Bob McKenzie, Darren Dreger and The Hockey News for the second year in a row has us all feeling rather proud. But more importantly for our readers, you can be assured that no other single team media site can match our reach.

So basically All Habs is a platform where all hockey fans can meet and interact in the way they most feel comfortable whether via an informative read, interacting in a discussion forum or meeting in person. Yes, in person too. Our fan events bring passionate hockey enthusiasts together in person to meet, network and create friendships in ten cities across Canada and the United States through

How do we do it?

The backbone of All Habs is a committed team of talented people — we consider ourselves a family. There are gifted writers, many of whom are trained and experienced journalists who write from a variety of perspectives producing original content in a variety of languages. We are also photographers, video editors, event coordinators and fantasy sports experts all committed to creating premiere products and fan experiences.

Here’s just a sample of what you can expect from a few of our writers.

Stevo (@stevofarnham)
“I will offer my opinions and analysis on the Canadiens, with a special focus on goaltending. I will monitor the evolution of Carey Price and Peter Budaj, with an eye to how they stack up against their division rivals.”

Robyn (@ladyhabs)
“You can expect me to deliver a refreshing outlook on the team from a fan’s perspective. I am plugged into the Montreal community, and can usually be found watching games at pubs across the city, along with my fellow die hard Habs supporters.”

Kathy (@czechtacular)
“My focus will be on Montreal Canadiens’ prospects, playing in the AHL and CHL. You can expect daily news, multimedia clips and informative features like “Who’s This Guy?” which will be of interest to our readers who wish to keep an eye on their future Habs.”

Chantal (@habsgirl4life)
“I love to involve readers in my articles, I enjoy the interaction. I will ask for your opinion, make up quizzes, and take polls via my Twitter account so you can have your say. I will concentrate on contributing French content, but will continue to submit English articles from time to time.”

You’ve heard from us, the next steps are yours.

  1. Read our articles, leave comments to share your views.
  2. Subscribe to All Habs via RSS.
  3. Add us on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Flickr and YouTube.
  4. “Like” our website page on Facebook and browse through our photo albums.
  5. Visit our mobile site when you are on the go.
  6. Attend a Canadiens viewing party organized by Habs Tweetup.
  7. Get the best prices for Canadiens seats at the All Habs Ticket Center.
  8. Spread the word by telling your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues that you’ve found the place to connect with Habs fans.
  9. If you wish to be more involved, use the Contact Us tab to share how you can make a unique contribution to our team.

As you see, we’ve prepared for exciting season of hockey coverage. We’re thrilled that you have chosen to make All Habs a regular part of your day and we are sincerely grateful for your support. Now with the mini-break coming to an end, let’s get back to Canadiens hockey.

Go Habs Go!


The All Habs team

Rick Amélie Amy
Bailey Brian Chantal
Dayes EP Erica
Gaby Iain Joce
Joe Kathy Kayla
Kristina Lady E Lyse
Michael Pablo Pier-Luc
Reza Robert Robyn
Rovena Sara Simon
Steven Stevo Uly


Reprinted from All Habs Hockey Magazine