THN predicts Habs will finish in 13th place

The Hockey News’s annual Yearbook is on newstands now and the magazine is predicting that the Canadiens will finish in 13th place in the Eastern Conference and miss the playoffs again. THN predicts that Pittsburgh will finish first in the […]

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Timmins gets contract extension

At least one member of the Canadiens' Old Guard will be around for a while.
Trevor Timmins, the team's director of procurement and player development, has had


Former Hab Campoli speaks for NHL players

Former Canadiens defenceman Chris Campoli, who is now a free agent, is a member of the NHLPA's negotiating committee and was one of three players who took


Live-blog lives!

Hockey Inside/Out is pleased to announce the return, for a sixth straight Canadiens season, of the live game blog.
This will come as welcome news to literally


Would hockey fans forgive and forget another lockout?

In an HIO poll earlier this month, 59 per cent of more than 2,000 voters said they believe there will be an NHL lockout this season. You have figure that


Pacioretty wants to model himself after Cole

Max Pacioretty says he doesn't have to look far to find a role model. "I want to model my career after Colesy," Pacioretty said of linemate Erik Cole during


Bergevin ‘glad’ to sign Pacioretty; Subban talks ‘cordial’

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin met with the media Tuesday afternoon in Brossard to discuss the six-year, $27-million contract extension he gave forward Max Pacioretty late Monday night. Pacioretty’s current


Pacioretty “honoured” by six-year extension

DAVE STUBBS The Gazette LONDON – Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty says it's an "honour" to be able to call Montreal his hockey home for the next seven years. The 23-year-old on

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Canadiens sign Pacioretty to six-year extension

Late Monday evening, the Canadiens announced they have signed Masterton Trophy winner Max Pacioretty to a six-year contract extension.
The deal runs through the 2018-'19 hockey season.


‘Let’s just play hockey!’ Gionta tweets

Canadiens captain Brian Gionta probably spoke for a lot of hockey fans - and NHL players - when he tweeted on Sunday: "Let's just play hockey!" He followed