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Back home in sunny, warm Montreal, fans will be brewing big pots of black coffee for a game that begins at 9:30 p.m. local time.
There will be bleary-eyed hockey fans at work Friday morning.
But less sleep is a small price to pay for a hockey epic:
The Battle for 28th Place.
Andrei Markov wasn't on the ice. Don't panic! He has the flu. Raphael Diaz continues to be out of action with a lower-body knack. And Peter Budaj will be in goal against
Video clips from Edmonton room after Thursday morning skate. Taylor Hall, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Jordan Eberle and their Dad, Ryan Smyth. What relevance does this have for Canadiens' fans? Only this: Lottery
We start off with a little western swing music as the 15th place Canadiens' western swing
The Canadiens chartered to Edmonton after Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Flames in Calgary. They held a Wednesday afternoon practice at Rexall Place. Scott Gomez and Aaron Palushaj were back,
(Photo by Stuart Gradon of the Calgary Herald) They say brevity is the soul of wit. Hope so, because this is the shortest ALN EVER. It's going on midnight in Calgary
Make that six losses in a row in Calgary. The Canadiens have not won here since January, 2002. They did make it interesting, rallying from a 5-2 deficit to turn
Andrei Markov practiced full-out with his teammates but will not play Tuesday night in Calgary. Raphael Diaz is still out with a lower-body injury. Here's lost of video, some of
The Canadiens are in Calgary for the first of their four game road trip on Tuesday against the Flames, but they won't be seeing Mike Cammalleri. The former Hab,
Not the whole sick crew, but 33.3 per cent of Hockey Inside/Out's crackerjack staff is in Calgary with the Canadiens. Patrick V. Hickey is taking some time off to