Indestructible Pacioretty skates with Subban in Brossard

What appendix operation? Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty, less than five days after having undergone an emergency appendectomy, was back on Brossard ice Thursday. He skated with defenceman P.K. Subban, who on Friday will practise with the full team for the first time since signing his two-year contract on Monday.

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About last night …

Oh well, you didn't think they would go 47-1, did you?
Your Montreal Canadiens crashed back to earth with a resounding thud at Scotiabank Place.
The landing


Liveblog: The winning streak is over

It was fun while it lasted. The Senators blew the game open in the second period while Ryan White was serving a double-minor for roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct. PP goals

P.K. Subban

Subban back on the ice

P.K. Subban stepped on the ice in a Canadiens unifom for the first time in 11 months Wednesday, participating in an optional skate at Scotiabank Place. Subban, who agreed to


About last night …

As fans filed out of the Bell Centre, a steady downpour of freezing rain was turning Montreal's downtown streets into skating rinks.
A few may have taken


Habs 4, Jets 3: Post-game reaction (Video)

The Canadiens won their fourth game in a row on Tuesday beating the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 at the Bell Centre. Coach Michel Therrien called it a big victory. "I


Liveblog: Another W; Jets grounded 4-3

That's four in a row for your mighty Montreal Canadiens. Best thing was it didn't come easily. The Winnipeg Jets, who were ridding a three-game winning streak of their own,


Habs take wait-and-see approach on Subban

Canadiens coach Michel Therrien said he's delighted to see that P.K. Subban is back in the fold but added he can't set a timetable for the defenceman's return


Audio: Habs sign Subban to two-year deal

Full Subban/Bergevin conference call (one minute or so of CTV interrupts call at about 14 minutes) The Canadiens have signed defenceman P.K. Subban to a two-year


Galchenyuk and Gallagher to stay in Montreal

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin met with Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher Monday morning and told both players they will be staying in Montreal for the entire season. Galchenyuk