Liveblog: Game 17 – Losing streak hits four as Canadiens bow 4-1 to Senators

They played back-to-back exhibition games in September, but the Thursday evening dance at Canadian Tire Place is the first REAL hockey game between the Canadiens and Senators since the Eastern Conference quarter-final series last spring. And we all remember how […]

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Brière skates, but not ready to return to Habs’ lineup

The Canadiens held an optional skate Thursday morning in Ottawa with 16 players taking part before facing the Senators (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Daniel Brière took


“Big Mo” joins the show

Former Canadien Sergio Momesso joins The Gazette’s Dave Stubbs and sports editor Stu Cowan on this week’s HIO Show. Among the topics discussed: Michel Therrien’s handling of P.K. Subban,

Leblanc, St-Pierre sent down to Hamilton; Desharnais back in Habs’ lineup

Coming off a 3-2 shootout loss to the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night at the Bell Centre, the Canadiens were back on the ice Wednesday morning for practice


About last night …

Montreal hockey fans, who hadn't seen St. Louis play on Bell Centre ice since January, 2012, won't see the Blues again until next season. Unless, of course, the teams


Liveblog: Game 16 – St. Louis wins in Shootout, Canadiens set shot-blocking record

Your Montreal Canadiens ride their two-game losing streak into a tough challenge. St. Louis has an 8-2-2 record and a plus-15 goal differential. The Blues are 6-2-2 in their

Desharnais will be a healthy scratch against Blues

David Desharnais, in the first year of a four-year, $14-million contract, will be a healthy scratch for the Canadiens when they face the St.

Emelin skates wearing regular practice jersey; Desharnais on fourth line

Canadiens defenceman Alexei Emelin, who has been sidelined since last season after undergoing reconstructive knee surgery, practised with his teammates Monday in Brossard while wearing a regular practice

Halak up next for Habs

For the second straight game, the Canadiens will be facing a former Habs goalie when they play the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. This time,


About last night …

Clocks get turned back in the wee hours of Sunday morning. Too bad it's only hour. Your Montreal Canadiens might want to turn the calendar back to mid-October, when they