Happy 82nd birthday to Jean Béliveau

National Hockey League icon Jean Béliveau celebrates his 82nd birthday on Saturday with the best wishes of all of us at Hockey Inside/Out – and from far, far beyond.

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Hockey is just around the corner

Labour Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer, which is the bad news. The good news is that means hockey is just around the corner. The Canadiens will hold

Galchenyuk sets sights on Sochi with Team USA

Canadiens forward Alex Galchenyuk will still be a teenager when the 2013-14 NHL season opens, but the 19-year-old knows where he wants to be to celebrate his 20th

‘I’m taking nothing for granted,’ Gallagher says heading into second season

The Canadiens' Brendan Gallagher was in Toronto on Tuesday to take part in the NHLPA's rookie showcase, even though he isn't a rookie anymore. Gallagher was a

A very short honeymoon for Carey Price

It was a very short honeymoon for Canadiens goaltender Carey Price. Less than 24 hours after getting married to Angela Webber in Kennewick, Wash., on Saturday, Price arrived in

‘I’m a pretty simple player,’ newest Hab Murray says

The newest member of the Canadiens describes himself as "a pretty simple player." "What you see is what you get," defenceman Douglas Murray told Canadiens.com on Friday,

HIO hits 1-million comment mark; annual Summit set for Oct. 26

The Hockey Inside/Out website was launched in November 2006 as habsinsideout.com and on Thursday we hit the 1-million mark in comments from Habs fans. The site averages about 1.75 million page views

Habs reach agreement with free-agent defenceman Douglas Murray

The Canadiens announced on their official Twitter account on Thursday morning that they have reached an agreement in principle with free-agent defenceman Douglas Murray

Stanley Cup coming to Châteauguay on Sept. 2

There hasn’t been a Stanley Cup party for the Canadiens in Montreal since 1993, but there will be one this year in Châteauguay for Corey Crawford. The Chicago

Toronto transit workers don’t want to wear Habs colours

Members of the Toronto Transit Commission are upset about proposed new uniforms for them. The reason? They believe they will look like Habs because of the red, white and blue