Habs’ Emelin signs four-year contract extension

ShareCanadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Thursday that defenceman Alexei Emelin has been signed to a four-year contract extension that will run through the 2017-18 season. The deal is reported to be worth $16.4 million, an average of $4.1 million […]

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Stats tell the story for Habs

With the Canadiens enjoying an off-day Wednesday after posting back-to-back victories over the Rangers Monday night in New York and the Dallas Stars Tuesday night at the Bell

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Former Gazette columnist special HIO guest

Hockey Hall of Fame writer Michael Farber, now with Sports Illustrated, TSN and NBC, joins The Gazette’s Pat Hickey and sports editor Stu Cowan to discuss the Habs. [kaltura-widget

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About last night …

Warning: This edition of ALN may contain observations that will annoy diehard lovers of the bleau-blanc-rouge. Fan discretion is advised. First the part y'all will like: Playing their second game

Michel Therrien: ‘Four big points’ with Habs back-to-back wins (Video)

(Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images) The Canadiens blocked 29 shots en route to a 2-1 victory over the Dallas Stars Tuesday at the Bell Centre, their second win in

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Liveblog: Game 13: Canadiens outshine Stars 2-1, even Bell Centre record at 4-4

Erik Cole plays his first game at the Bell Centre in the uniform of the Dallas Stars. Cole is playing on a line with Stars captain Jamie Benn and

A return to Bell Centre for Stars’ Cole

The Canadiens, coming off a 2-0 win over the Rangers Monday night in New York, didn't skate Tuesday morning before facing the Dallas Stars Tuesday night at the

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About last night …

That should have been a shared shutout Yes, Peter Budaj was excellent .. again ... in a 2-0, home opener-spoiling conquest of the Rangers. But his teammates made more saves

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Liveblog: Game 12: Canadiens spoil MSG opener

Your Montreal Canadiens are usually the home when trumpets blow and spotlights shine. Michael Farber, of Sports Illustrated and TSN, says there are two institutions that get ceremony right:

Budaj to start for Habs against Rangers

Peter Budaj will get the start in goal when the Canadiens play the New York Rangers Monday night at Madison Square Garden (7:30 p.m., TSN-HABS, RDS, TSN Radio