Audio: Habs make late deal to get Vanek from Islanders; Tokarski to start against Ducks

The Canadiens pulled off a trade of major proportions just as the clock struck 3 p.m., Wednesday on NHL trade deadline day, acquiring star forward Thomas Vanek from the New York Islanders for Habs prospect Sebastian Collberg with conditional draft picks attached on both sides.

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Habs acquire defenceman Weaver from Panthers; Price back on ice

The Canadiens have acquired defenceman Mike Weaver from the Florida Panthers in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick in 2015. Weaver, a 5-foot-10, 183-pounder who shoots right,

Loss to Kings wasn’t a moral victory, Gionta says

The first time the Canadiens faced the Los Angeles Kings this season they were beaten 6-0 at the Bell Centre on Dec. 10. In their second and final regular-season


About last night …

Your Montreal Canadiens had five shots in the first period. They had another five in the second. While this offensive ineptitude was unfolding, the home team didn't fare any better. In


Liveblog: Game 63 – Road trip begins with 2-1 loss in L.A.

Here's a weird one: The Kings have not beaten the Canadiens in Los Angeles since 2003. That's a long home-ice dry spell that could end Monday night, if the teams'

Habs’ Budaj will get fourth straight start against Kings

Carey Price, who has missed the last three games as a result of a lower-body injury suffered during the Sochi Olympics, didn't take part in the Canadiens' morning

Habs hit the road on a hot streak; Drewiske clears waivers

After taking five of a possible six points last week with Carey Price on the sidelines, the Canadiens had a travel day Sunday, heading to the West Coast


About last night …

It had the potential to be a classic. Six days after Team Canada won Olympic gold in Sochi, the country's preeminent hockey teams met at the Bell Centre Saturday

HI/O Show: Will Markov still be a Hab after trade deadline?

Steve Yzerman has announced that he won’t return as the executive director of Team Canada for the next Olympics if the National Hockey League decides to send


Liveblog: Game 62 – Canadiens blow lead but beat Leafs in OT

The Canadiens and Leafs resume their Original Six rivalry in what should be a raucous Saturday night at the Bell Centre. The home team sits third in the Atlantic