Liveblog: Game 41 – Canadiens blow 3-0 lead, lose 5-4 in OT

Your Montreal Canadiens end the calendar year in Raleigh, N.C., where they’ll play the fifth game of the season’s longest road trip. The Carolina Hurricanes, coached by CH alumnus Kirk Muller, are seventh in the Metropolitan Division and seventh in […]

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Bournival expected to take Brière’s spot against Hurricanes

After sitting out the last two games as a healthy scratch, it looks like Michael Bournival will be back in the lineup when the Canadiens visit the Carolina

Habs play game of baseball on ice in Carolina

The Canadiens prepared for their final game of 2013 with a friendly game of baseball on ice during Monday's informal practice in Carolina as they got ready to


About Sunday evening …

Hockey on New Year's Eve can be special. On Dec. 31, 1975, a game at the Montreal Forum was more than special. The 3-3 tie between your father's Montreal Canadiens


Liveblog: Game 40 – Panthers claw Canadiens 4-1

It happened as recently as last season. In back-to-back games on March 9-10, your Montreal Canadiens beat Tampa Bay 4-3 and Florida 5-2. After Lars Eller's  goal and Carey Price's


About last night …

Let's try for some positivity here. As we say 2,400 km north of the St. Pete Times Forum, the Canadiens' 2-1 Shootout win was plat a mourir. Deathly dull ...


Liveblog: Game 39 – Canadiens win 2-1 in Shootout

Your Montreal Canadiens return from their six-day Christmas break to face an Atlantic Division rival. No, not Boston, Toronto, Ottawa, Detroit or Buffalo – all cities clutched in the

Christmas break comes to end in Tampa for Habs

The Canadiens' Christmas break came to an end on Friday afternoon when the team practised in Tampa ahead of Saturday's game against the Lightning (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN

Habs enjoy six-day Christmas break in schedule; Pacioretty becomes a dad

The Canadiens gave themselves an early Christmas gift with their 4-3 win over the Predators Saturday night in Nashville with David Desharnais scoring the winning goal in overtime


About … aw, forget last night. Merry Christmas!

In the spirit of the season, let's not dwell on your Montreal Canadiens' inglorious performance in Nashville. They had a 3-0 lead. They blew a 3-0 lead. Then a brilliant individual