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

ShareCanadiens 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 Senators (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690). The Senators hold a […]

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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


Therrien: Sens time-out with 17 seconds left “classless” (Video)

Coach Michel Therrien gave the Ottawa Senators credit for playing a good game in their lopsided 6-1 victory over the Canadiens that included nine game misconducts and 236


Subban: ‘This is a character win for us.’ (Video)

The Canadiens evened the score in their playoff series with the Ottawa Senators Friday night at the Bell Centre, despite some key players missing from their lineup. The Habs


Therrien: “Anderson was the story of the game” (Video)

Lars Eller is spending the night at a Montreal hospital under observation after suffering a concussion and facial and dental fractures in the Canadiens' opening playoff game against

Habs practise again while Beaulieu makes untimely off-ice news

The Canadiens practised again Tuesday morning in Brossard, preparing for the start of their first-round playoff series against the Ottawa Senators that kicks off Thursday night at the

Habs head off on crucial final road trip before playoffs

The Canadiens left for New Jersey on Monday after practice, hoping to end their late season slump. It's a pivotal week for the Habs, who have struggled defensively and in


Therrien: “I’m convinced we’ll be ready for the playoffs” (Video)

After the Canadiens loss to the Washington Capitals coach Michel Therrien said he was disappointed with 'every aspect' of the Canadiens' game.  But Therrien also said he's convinced


Gionta: ‘Step in the right direction’ (Video)

(File photo) After three abysmal consecutive losses there was reason for optimism after the Canadiens' 3-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. "We were moving the puck well all night,"


Plekanec: ‘Got to go back to our game’ (Video)

(File photo) Things haven't been pretty since the Canadiens nailed down a playoff spot last week and followed it up with back-to-back humiliating losses. Since they clinched the spot, their