Liveblog: Game 27: Canadiens skate to early lead, beat Leafs 4-2, move into third place

The last time the Leafs visited Montreal, Bell Centre fans showed up for the game in shirtsleeves. That won’t be the case Saturday night. Our fair city is a bit colder on the last day of November than it was […]

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A Hockey Night in Canada showdown

Coming off a 3-2 overtime loss in Washington Friday night, only a few Canadiens players were scheduled to skate at 11:30 Saturday morning in Brossard as the team


About this evening …

If, as they say, a tie is like kissing your sister, then a Shootout loss is like a big slobbery wet one from your weird-smelling maiden aunt, right


Liveblog: Game 26 – Winning streak ends with Shootout in D.C.

For the second consecutive Friday, your Montreal Canadiens are in Washington to face the Capitals. This week's twist: The puck drops at Happy Hour. A 5 p.m. hockey game is

No morning skate for Habs before facing Capitals

With a 5 p.m. start Friday because of the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the Canadiens didn't hold a morning skate in Washington before facing the Capitals (5 p.m.,

Habs’ Murray misses practice; Budaj will face Capitals

Douglas Murray, who was beaten and bloodied in a fight with Sabres enforcer John Scott during the Canadiens' 3-1 win in Buffalo Wednesday night, wasn't on the ice


About last night …

Three words of advice for Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin: Sign Andrei Markov. Give him three years for money that falls somewhere between profligate and insulting. He deserves it, and he'll


Liveblog: Game 25 – Canadiens top Buffalo 3-1 for fourth in a row

Even at this early stage of the NHL season, there's a 17-point gap between your Montreal Canadiens and their Atlantic Division "rivals", the Buffalo Sabres. The Canadiens have scored

Habs’ Parros won’t play, but Murray will against Sabres

There won't be a showdown between heavyweight enforcers George Parros and John Scott Wednesday night in Buffalo (7 p.m., TSN-HABS, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Canadiens coach Michel Therrien announced

Fans might need to adjust cable package to see all Habs games in new NHL TV deal

The hockey TV world was shaken up Tuesday with news that Rogers Communications is taking control of NHL television and multimedia rights in Canada following a blockbuster 12-year, $5.2-billion