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We regret to inform you …

… that there is absolutely NO CANADIENS NEWS of consequence to report.
And we fearlessly forecast that August will be worse.

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Price rates among the best

Yahoo Sports continues its rankings of NHL players with the Top 25 goaltenders. Fearless prediction: Some of the Hockey Inside/Out Commentariat aren't going to like the choice of

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Kovy, Sopes both headed for the KHL

A pair of former Habs are off to Russia to continue their careers in the Kontinental Hockey League. Former Canadiens' star Alex Kovalev is headed east to play for

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Will they be missed?

Eyes on the Prize looks at young Canadiens' prospects who are no

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Two LWs make Yahoo list

Yahoo Sports continues its position rankings, and a pair of Canadiens make the list of Top 25 Left Wings. Michael Cammalleri is number 9 and Erik Cole is

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Did the Canadiens err on Gorges?

Pat Hickey wonders if the team should have gone longer term. Instead, the defenceman will become part of difficult negotiations for Pierre Gauthier in 2012. (Photo by Mike

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Josh Gorges, happy(ish) camper

The defenceman wanted a longer contract. But he's used to having to prove his worth. “I’m happy that I got a contract because I never wanted to go to

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Philly’s Dry Island, Andy Murray’s new gig and Bettman’s pay

With things relatively quiet in Habs Nation, here are some of the more interesting stories circulating around the hockey world. A Philadelphia Daily News gossip columnist Dan Gross

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Gorges on the radio

Mitch Melnick reached Josh Gorges at his off-season home in Kelowna Monday afternoon. The defenceman sounds upbeat – his knee feels "fantastic" – and not at all bitter about

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How many sleeps till training camp?

With Josh Gorges signed, Pierre Gauthier might as well go fishing. It's going to be a quiet six weeks. Maybe seven. • DobberHockey ranks the goaltenders • Marc de Foy on