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Subban wins Norris Trophy as league’s top defenceman

P.K. Subban has won the James Norris Memorial Trophy awarded annually to the National Hockey League’s top defenceman.

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Habs sign Drewiske to two-year deal

The Canadiens have inked 28-year-old defenceman Davis Drewiske to a two-year contract extension. Drewiske brings "experience and most importantly depth to our group of defenceman," Canadiens general manager Marc

Avalanche names Roy as new head coach

Patrick Roy will be behind the bench next season, but not with the Québec Remparts. The Hall of Fame goaltender is returning to the National Hockey League

Habs GM Bergevin “100 per cent” behind Carey Price

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin gave goaltender Carey Price a vote of confidence on Monday during his end-of-season press conference. The 25-year-old goaltender struggled during the team's late-season slump.

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Eller/Habs meet with media for final time this season (Video)

Canadiens' centreman Lars Eller speaks to the media at the Bell Sports Complex on Saturday. Dave Stubbs photo (Video: Brenda Branswell) Lars Eller doesn't remember being hit during Game 1 of

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Therrien: ‘You’ve got to give a lot of credit to the Senators’ (Video)

(File photo) It was a banged up Canadiens' team that lost their first-round playoff series against the Ottawa Senators Thursday night. Max Pacioretty was among the injured, playing with

Update from morning skate: Budaj in for Price, Blunden for Prust

Injuries have made a big dent in the Canadiens' lineup, but coach Michel Therrien sounded a positive note after the team's morning skate Thursday. The Canadiens are on the

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Therrien: Habs ‘deserved a better fate’ (Video)

(File photo) The Canadiens face potential elimination on home ice Thursday at the Bell Centre after losing in overtime to the Ottawa Senators "We came to play and this is

Gionta, White out with upper-body injuries (video)

Canadiens captain Brian Gionta and Ryan White are out with upper-body injuries and won't play Tuesday night in Game 4 of the Habs' playoff series with the Ottawa

Therrien: “We’ve got to make sure we go back to basics.”

About 15  players took part in the Canadiens' optional skate Monday at Scotiabank Place in Kanata, Ont., as the team turns its attention to Game 4 against the Ottawa