A milestone year for Habs’ Bouillon

The first-place Canadiens enjoyed a day off Thursday following Wednesday’s 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs in Toronto, which gave defenceman Francis Bouillon a chance to reflect on one NHL milestone and look forward to another. Bouillon played in his […]

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A triumph of speed and skill over pugnacity and truculence

Ken Campbell of The Hockey News called the Canadiens 5-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs Wednesday night "a triumph of speed and skill over pugnacity,

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About last night …

Hockey Inside/Out dispatched one of our crackerjack undercover agents to take a few photographs at the Air Canada Centre Wednesday night. He came up with a good one, eh? The

Ryder will face Leafs wearing No. 73

Michael Ryder will be in the lineup for the Canadiens Wednesday night when they take on the Maple Leafs in Toronto (7:30 p.m., TSN, RDS, TSN 690 Radio)


Habs deal Cole to Stars for Ryder

Out of the fog and back to Montreal comes Michael Ryder. Ronald Martinez, Getty Images The Canadiens have traded forward Erik Cole to the Dallas Stars for Michael


Bourque out indefinitely with a concussion

Rene Bourque in action last month in Ottawa. André Ringuette, NHLI via Getty Images Canadiens forward Rene Bourque is out of action indefinitely, having been diagnosed with a concussion. Habs head


About last night …

The Canadiens were checkmated by a Bishop. The Ottawa goaltender used his 6'-7" frame to block most of the net on the 45 shots he faced. And Ben Bishop


Habs stand pat for Ottawa game

There will be no changes in the Canadiens' lineup for tonight's game against the Senators at Scotiabank Place. Rene Bourque, who missed Saturdays 3-0 win over the Rangers because

Pacioretty escapes suspension over McDonagh hit

Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty will not receive any supplementary discipline for his hit on Rangers' defenceman Ryan McDonagh in the second period of the Canadiens 3-0 win over the Rangers


About last night …

I want Michel Therrien to start picking my lottery numbers. And while he's at it, the man who coaches your Montreal Canadiens can make my annoying neighbours disappear. On the