Audio: Habs set off on four-game road trip

The Canadiens practised today at Verdun then were to fly later in the day to Minnesota where Thursday they will take on captain Mikko Koivu’s Minnesota Wild.

Then it’s on to Long Island for Saturday’s game vs. Mark Streit’s New York

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Revisiting Price’s sick stick save vs. Detroit

Remember Carey Price's save against the Detroit Red Wings on Sept. 30? Don't tell us you've forgotten already... TSN's Pierre McGuire might still be dreaming about it.

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Hamrlik likely to play

Defenceman Roman Hamrlik missed practice today but he joined his teammates on the flight to Minnesota and is likely to play tomorrow night against the Wild.

Hamrlik

Habs part of GameCenter Live freebie night

Yes, a great many Canadiens fans are dialed in to RDS. But if you can't get the French all-sports network and are near your keyboard tomorrow night, you

Habs win in shootout

Saku Koivu said he sometimes improvises when he takes a penalty shot, but he stuck to the script last night to produce the Canadiens' 3-2 shootout win over the Carolina

Bégin, Laraque, Brisebois in the press box

With a fully healthy roster for the first time this season, head coach Guy Carbonneau will leave forwards Steve Bégin and Georges Laraque and defencement Patrice Brisebois in

Spector’s Top 10

Lyle Richardson, who blogs as Spector and knows his stuff, picks his All-Time Top Ten Canadiens

Guess who's number one?

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Higgins in, AK 46 skates

Christopher Higgins will make his season debut with the Canadiens tonight against the Anaheim Ducks. Higgins, who has been sidelined by a groin injury, said he expects to

Press review

Saku Koivu featured on the CBC

• Reaction to Bob Gainey's proposed shot-blocking rule

•  More on shot-blocking

Falling dollar hurts Canadian teams 

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O’B scratched

RDS reports Ryan O'Byrne has been demoted to seventh defenceman.

At practice today, Josh Gorges took O'Byrne's spot with Roman Hamrlik. The third pairing was Francis Bouillon and Patrice