Liveblog: Game 72 – Canadiens win a nailbiter on Plekanec goal

Your Montreal Canadiens hook up with the Leafs in a classic four-pointer at the ACC. The Canadiens are third in the Atlantic Division, three points ahead of the Leafs, who hold a wild-card playoff spot. The race tightened when Detroit […]

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Bourque, Murray back in Habs lineup against Leafs

The Canadiens held an optional skate Saturday morning in Toronto before facing the Maple Leafs (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690). After the skate Canadiens coach Michel Therrien

Habs’ Prust out for rest of regular season; Galchenyuk moves to centre

The Canadiens practised Friday morning in Brossard before heading to Toronto to face the Maple Leafs Saturday night (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690). And there was some


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Outhustled. Outhit. Outworked. No surprise, then, that your Montreal Canadiens were outscored. And if it weren't for Carey Price, Columbus would have salted that one away a lot sooner. As it was, there

Same mistakes keep coming back to haunt Habs, Gionta says (Video)

(Photo: Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press) Canadiens coach Michel Therrien didn't mince words sizing up his team's performance in their 3-2 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets.


Liveblog: Game 71 – Columbus wins tight one

The Canadiens have won both previous meetings with the Blue Jackets: 5-3 at the Bell Centre on Oct. 17 and 3-2 at Columbus on Nov. 15. David Desharnais's Shootout

Injured Prust won’t be in Habs lineup against Blue Jackets

The Canadiens held a morning skate Thursday in Brossard before facing the Columbus Blue Jackets at the Bell Centre (7:30 p.m., TSN-HABS, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Brandon Prust skated for

Habs get day off after win over Avalanche; Bozon’s condition improving

Coming off an exciting 6-3 win over Patrick Roy's Colorado Avalanche Tuesday night at the Bell Centre, Canadiens coach Michel Therrien gave his players the day off Wednesday. The


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A special request for Gary Bettman: The heck with geography and conference alignments. Let's have the Montreal Canadiens play the Colorado Avalanche five times during the regular season. Maybe six. The game

Vanek’s hat trick seals Habs victory over Avalanche (Video)

(Photo: Dario Ayala/The Gazette) With the Canadiens on the cusp of their third win in a row Tuesday, the elated crowd at the Bell Centre started singing the Olé, Olé, Olé