Gill re-signs with Habs

Defenceman Hal Gill will be back with the Canadiens for one more season, RDS is reporting on its website. The veteran blue-liner has signed a one-year contract with the Canadiens that is worth $2.25 million. Gill, 36, is nearing the […]

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Welcome back, Winnipeg

The NHL confirms what we've known for weeks: The Thrashers are moving north. Way north. • The move is onBruce Arthur's take Name game beginsAt


Dawes, Boyd headed to KHL: report

According to RDS, Dustin Boyd and Nigel Dawes will not return to the Canadiens organization next season, opting to play in Russia with the KHL. Both players have signed


Social notes from all over

P.K. Subban's sister had a baby. He posted this photo of his new nephew, Legacy Andre Xavier, to Twitter. • Development camp begins Sunday – without Yemelin and Diaz •


A Cup for the Q

Photo by Mike Cassese/Reuters Another potential francophone superstar who won't be wearing bleu-blanc-rouge: Jonathan Huberdeau was MVP of the Memorial Cup tournament. • Sea Dogs win the Memorial Cup


Feeling a bit ambivalent?

Photo of the expats by Getty Images Are we all aboard for Canada's team? A Vancouver win means Christopher Higgins and Maxim Lapierre get their names engraved on the


Important message for HIO readers

Photo by Brian Snyder/Reuters In consultation with the Hockey Inside/Out advisory board of mental health professionals, we have determined the website's far-flung community must begin to prepare themselves for


Go Canucks!

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Stop me if you've heard this before:
Nathan Horton scores to win Game 7.
Let's be honest: The better team won. And maybe that


Confetti, rally drums and another Bruin escapes

When Kevin Bieksa scored in the second overtime period on Tuesday night to give the Canucks the series clinching goal against the Sharks in the Western Conference final,

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The Cup is ours!

Photo: Getty Images The Canadiens have signed Finnish centre Joonas Nattinen, their third-round pick in the 2009 draft. The team announcement: Montreal Canadiens general manager Pierre Gauthier announced today the