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Liveblog: Game 70 – Vanek arrives, scores three to bury Avalanche

ShareFigure there might be a $ with a few digits beside it on the whiteboard in Colorado’s dressing room Tuesday night? Patrick Roy is back in Montreal for the first time as coach of the Avalanche. And you can bet […]

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Price in goal for Habs as Roy returns to Bell Centre with Avalanche

All eyes will be on Patrick Roy Tuesday night on his return to the Bell Centre as head coach of the Colorado Avalanche (7:30 p.m., TSN-HABS, RDS, TSN

St. Patrick’s Day at Bell Centre; Habs send Bournival to Hamilton for conditioning

Avalanche a perfect fit for Patrick Roy – and vice-versa: Stubbs column Coming off back-to-back weekend victories over the Ottawa Senators and Buffalo Sabres, the Canadiens

HI/O Show: Nilan weighs in on Habs-Bruins rivalry

When it comes to hockey rivalries today, there are none better than Canadiens vs. Bruins. Chris Nilan knows all about the rivalry, having grown up in Boston before playing

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About this weekend …

Hands up, everyone who thought your Montreal Canadiens would collect four points this weekend? OK, you're visionaries. Go buy some lottery tickets. Now a show of hands: Who would have

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Liveblog: Game 69 – Canadiens skunk Sabres, complete winning weekend

How will the Canadiens and Sabres top what Carey Price aptly labelled a "gong show"? They probably won't ... and that's a blessing for the cardio-vascular health of Habs

Tokarski gets start for Habs in Buffalo

Following Saturday night's remarkable 5-4 comeback overtime win over the Ottawa Senators at the Bell Centre, the Canadiens headed to Buffalo, where they will face the Sabres Sunday

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About last night …

Yogi Berra is credited with coining one of the great clichès of sports: "It ain't over till it's over." The observation is true in the game at which Berra excelled. Baseball

Habs mount stunning comeback to beat Sens 5-4 in overtime (Video)

(Photo: Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press) When P.K. Subban got the puck in the dying seconds of the game with the Canadiens down 4-3 to the Ottawa Senators, his initial

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Liveblog: Game 68 – Frankie Boo wins a wild one

Your Montreal Canadiens have lost three in a row and have fallen behind Toronto and Tampa Bay in the Atlantic Division standings. Ottawa is chasing Philadelphia, Detroit, New Jersey