Sharks play party poopers for HIO Summit; Habs call up Leblanc

The annual HIO Summit was a success despite the San Jose Sharks beating the Canadiens 2-0 Saturday night at the Bell Centre. Close to 200 members of the HIO community were in town for the game and the summit, which […]

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About last night …

Be of good cheer and enjoy Sunday. Your Montreal Canadiens lost to one of the best teams in the NHL. San Jose is a bona-fide Stanley Cup contender. The team the

Therrien: “A lot of credit’ to the Sharks (Video)

(Photo: Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images) Coach Michel Therrien liked his team's effort Saturday night at the Bell Centre, but it wasn't enough to carry the Canadiens over the San Jose Sharks. The


Liveblog: Game 11: San Jose dominant in 2-0 win

Cue that ominous theme music from Jaws. San Jose brings the NHL's best record to the Bell Centre Saturday night. The Sharks are the most dangerous visitors we've seen

Robinson credited with helping Sharks and keeping things light (Video)

(File photo: The Gazette/Allen McInnis) Larry Robinson was back on the ice in Montreal Saturday morning with the San Jose Sharks as the team prepares to face

Sharks will be good test for Habs on HIO Summit weekend

A big welcome to members of the HIO community who are in town this weekend for the annual HIO Summit. Have fun and be safe. It looks like they're

Parros, Murray join Habs teammates for practice

George Parros and Douglas Murray both practised Friday in Brossard as the Canadiens prepared to face the San Jose Sharks Saturday night at the Bell Centre (7 p.m.,


About last night …

You'd like to think the Saku Salute would have been as heartfelt if Koivu's Anaheim Ducks had been on the long end of a 4-1 score. But they weren't,

Therrien: “A lot of good things to work on from tonight’s game” (Video)

(Dave Sidaway / THE GAZETTE) The Canadiens went into the second period with a 2-0 lead Thursday just like they did on Tuesday against the Edmonton Oilers -- only

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Liveblog: Game 10 – Canadiens pluck Ducks 4-1, end short L streak

Thursday night's game may be the last time Montreal hockey fans see Saku Koivu skate on Bell Centre ice. Unless the Canadiens and Ducks meet in the Stanley Cup