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Montreal Gazette Oct 19, 2014
Habs’ Subban looking like a $72-million man

Habs’ Subban looking like a $72-million man

One jersey at a time, the Canadiens are recouping their $72-million investment in defenceman P.K. Subban.
Habs have best record in NHL after Saturday’s win over Avalanche

Habs have best record in NHL after Saturday’s win over Avalanche

Following Saturday’s 3-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche at the Bell Centre, Canadiens coach Michel Therrien gave his players the day off Sunday. The Canadiens will be back on the ice at 11 a.m. Monday in Brossard as they prepare […]
About last night …

About last night …

It’s still very early in the season. The HI/O Analytics Department calculates your Montreal Canadiens have played 7.3 per cent of their 82-game schedule. That’s six games. The Canadiens have won five of  them. It’s early, but this just in […]
Montreal Gazette Oct 18, 2014
Subban atones for 'stupid penalty'

Subban atones for 'stupid penalty'

For P.K. Subban, the Canadiens’ 3-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche was an exercise in atonement. Subban was caught pinching in at the wrong time in the first period and that led to the Avalanche scoring the first goal of the game. And Subban wasn’t happy when he took what he described as an unnecessary […]
Montreal Gazette Oct 18, 2014
Win felt good for Parenteau

Win felt good for Parenteau

Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau is doing just fine, thank you for asking. The Montreal Canadiens forward spent much of the last few days answering questions about how it feels to face his former team after a somewhat acrimonious breakup. After the Colorado Avalanche dealt him to the Canadiens last summer, Avs head coach Patrick Roy said Parenteau […]
Montreal Gazette Oct 18, 2014
Habs survive Avalanche comeback

Habs survive Avalanche comeback

The Canadiens’ best players were their best players as Montreal defeated the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 Saturday night at the Bell Centre.
Montreal Gazette Oct 18, 2014
Gallery - Tonight in the NHL: Oct. 18th

Gallery - Tonight in the NHL: Oct. 18th

Tonight, in the NHL.
Montreal Gazette Oct 18, 2014
Bruins’ Lucic apologizes for obscene gesture

Bruins’ Lucic apologizes for obscene gesture

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Milan Lucic has offered a lengthy apology to the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens’ organizations and their fans for the obscene gesture he made Thursday night in Montreal that earned him a US$5,000 fine […]
Liveblog: Game 6 – Colorado at Montreal

Liveblog: Game 6 – Colorado at Montreal

Who’s in nets? It’s ironic that a team coached by Patrick Roy has goaltender issues, but that fate has befallen the Colorado Avalanche. Injuries to Semyon Varlamov and Reto Berra elevated Calvin Pickard from the AHL to a starting role […]

Gameday: Colorado Avalanche at Montreal Canadiens (Game 6)

Gameday: Colorado Avalanche at Montreal Canadiens (Game 6)
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Oct 18, 2014

Milan Lucic apologizes for ‘embarrassing’ the Bruins vs. Canadiens

Milan Lucic apologized Saturday morning for the fine-warranting gesture he made at Canadiens fans Thursday night. Lucic made the obscene gesture as he entered the penalty box with 1:20 to play in the Bruins’€™ eventual 6-4 loss to the Canadiens. He argued with a referee after the Habs added a power play empty-netter, which earned […]
Canadiens vs. Avalanche preview

Canadiens vs. Avalanche preview

PAT HICKEY THE GAZETTE COLORADO AT MONTREAL (Saturday, 7 p.m., CITY TV, TVA Sports, TSN Radio 690) The set-up: The Avalanche is in a world of hurt after losing two goaltenders and a game Thursday night. While the Canadiens were coming […]
Montreal Gazette Oct 17, 2014
Habs' Pacioretty wearing leadership role well on and off ice

Habs' Pacioretty wearing leadership role well on and off ice

Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty's leadership qualities are clear this season in his offensive and defensive work on the ice and in his efforts in the community, his charitable work making a difference for many.
Montreal Gazette Oct 17, 2014
Hickey on Hockey Notebook

Hickey on Hockey Notebook

Bouillon finds work in Europe With Francis Bouillon continuing his career in Europe — he has replaced the injured Ryan O’Byrne on the Ambri Piotta blue line in the Swiss League — we thought we’d check up on some other familiar faces to Canadiens fans.

Canadiens Player News

  • Carey Price

    Carey Price

    Canadiens to start backup goalie Tokarski vs. Caps

  • Alex Galchenyuk

    Alex Galchenyuk

    In the Habs Room: Galchenyuk line provides some positives in loss

  • Dale Weise

    Dale Weise

    Dale Weise in "Darwinian struggle" for spot on Habs' fourth line

  • Max Pacioretty

    Max Pacioretty

    Dive Files: Embellishment of the week. Chris Kunitz or Max Pacioretty?

  • Dustin Tokarski

    Dustin Tokarski

    Eyes wide open, Tokarski settling in as Habs backup goaltender

Canadiens Photos