4:13 AM EDT, Mon September 22, 2014
Montreal Canadiens Rumors & News
Montreal Gazette 7 hours ago
The idea behind training camp is to get better and that’s why Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien was smiling when he was asked about rookie Jacob de la Rose.
Hockey Inside/Out | Montreal Gazette 15 hours ago
After scoring twice in Saturday’s scrimmage, P.A. Parenteau added another goal Sunday to help lead Team Red to a 5-2 win over Team White in Brossard. David Desharnais, Rene Bourque, Jake Dowell and Nick Sorkin also scored for Team Red, […]
Montreal Gazette Sep 20, 2014
Sven Andrighetto is stuck in hockey purgatory. He may be too good to play for the Montreal Canadiens farm club in Hamilton. But there doesn’t appear to be a spot for someone with his talents on the Canadiens’ roster.
Hockey Inside/Out | Montreal Gazette Sep 20, 2014
The Canadiens held their second scrimmage of training camp Saturday in Brossard with Team Red beating Team White 4-2. P.A. Parenteau, playing on a line with David Desharnais and Max Pacioretty, scored twice for Team Red, while Manny Malhotra and […]
As the Canadiens’ training camp opened, young defencemen Jarred Tinordi, Nathan Beaulieu and Greg Pateryn talked about battling for two jobs.
For a time, the “capologist” was an NHL team’s mathematical genius, the front-office guy who crunched and massaged the structure of contracts to bring his employer in under the salary cap.
Dale Weise has been sleeping soundly as the 2014-15 NHL season approaches.
Hockey Inside/Out | Montreal Gazette Sep 19, 2014
There was a full house in Brossard Friday as the Canadiens played their first scrimmage of training camp. Team A (Red) and Team B (White) played to a 3-3 tie. Max Pacioretty, Francis Bouillon and Lars Eller scored for Team […]
This proverbial elephant in the room, as the Canadiens opened training camp Thursday in Brossard with medicals and fitness tests, was a pachyderm no one could ignore: Three goaltenders and just two nets.
Montreal Gazette Sep 18, 2014
It’s a simple matter of arithmetic, but putting together a 23-man National Hockey League roster can seem as difficult as advanced calculus.
Montreal Gazette Sep 18, 2014
MONTREAL — We sit in a dark, quiet corner of the bleachers Thursday, watching men practise long jumps on synthetic field turf. Except for a stale “whirrrr” buzzing from the neon lights, there is no sound. About a half dozen photographers cue in on the muscular hockey players, whose bodies glisten under a layer of sweat.
Hockey Inside/Out | Montreal Gazette Sep 18, 2014
The Canadiens officially opened training camp Thursday in Brossard with players going through medical and physical testing, including the dreaded beep test. The Gazette’s Christopher Curtis describes the beep test as “the most Orwellian of physical examinations” with players running […]
Montreal Gazette Sep 17, 2014
Francis Bouillon is one of hockey’s feel-good stories. The undrafted, undersized defenceman beat the odds to find employment in the National Hockey League, playing 776 regular-season games over 13 seasons.
Hockey Inside/Out | Montreal Gazette Sep 17, 2014
Veteran defenceman Francis Bouillon will be among the 64 players in Brossard Thursday morning when the Canadiens open training camp with players undergoing physical and medical testing. The first on-ice session will be Friday morning. The Gazette’s Pat Hickey reports […]
Canadiens Player News
Parenteau scores twice in Habs second scrimmage
Parenteau scores again in Habs scrimmage
Habs coach Therrien happy with his four centres
No rush for Edmonton Oilers goalie prospect Laurent Brossoit
Bouillon an insurance policy for Habs