Budaj will get start against Oilers

Peter Budaj will get the start in goal when the Canadiens take on the Oilers Thursday night in Edmonton (9:30 p.m., TSN-HABS, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Carey Price started the first three games, including Wednesday’s 3-2 loss to the Flames […]

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The man behind the voice at the Bell Centre

You know his face and you know his voice, but The Gazette's Brenda Branswell went behind the scenes to learn more about Charles Prévost Linton, the man who


About last night …

And with a bit more than 24 hours to recover – the Thursday game starts at 9:30 p.m. Montreal time – the Canadiens weill have to figure out


Liveblog: Game 3: Calgary jinx continues, Flames win 3-2

The summer floods have subsided in Calgary and winter snow is at least a month away. Meteorologically, then, it's a grand time to be visiting southern Alberta. But hockey-wise ... As


Concussed Parros “nearly symptom-free”

Canadiens' George Parros dances with Toronto's Colton Orr during the Habs season-opener at the Bell Centre before he toppled over the Maple Leafs enforcer, suffering a concussion when


HIO Show 2013-2014 Season Premiere

In the first episode of our now weekly HIO Show, Canadiens beat writer Pat Hickey and Monday Morning QB Jack Todd join sports editor Stu Cowan to discuss

Price to start against Flames; Pacioretty, Gionta ready to go

Canadiens coach Michel Therrien confirmed after practice Tuesday in Calgary that goaltender Carey Price will make his third straight start against the Flames on Wednesday (8 p.m., TSN,

Injured Pacioretty will join Habs on road trip

The Canadiens headed out for a four-game road trip in Western Canada after practice Monday. Max Pacioretty, who missed Saturday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers with an upper-body injury, will

Habs’ Eller joins early list of NHL scoring leaders

The last time a Canadiens player won the Art Ross Trophy was 1977-78 when Guy Lafleur won his third straight NHL scoring title with 60-72-132 totals. The last


About last night …

Of course, it's too early to call Lars Eller the Danish Jean Béliveau. But on a night when Jaroslav Halak was posting a 19-save shutout for St. Louis, Eller