It’s no Roberval.
But – assuming there are any bodies left standing after this playoff series, and if there are any familiar Canadiens faces left at all – Quebec City Habs fans will be able to see Canadiens vs. Bruins, at the Colisée
Notwithstanding the fact that they're kind of taking the famed CH in vain, a cute ad for bostonbruins.tv, promoting the upcoming battle of the titans. 6cr89xbl26g
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With all the talk swirling around Habs owner George Gillett and his purported interest/non-interest in selling the team, this story from Major League Baseball's web site adds some
In a bit of fortuitous timing, given how much Alex Kovalev has been in the news lately, he turns up on the Radio-Canada series "Les Boys - La
The cover story in the newest edition of ESPN, the magazine, features Habs goalie Carey Price.
That, you already know.
But if you're not planning on picking up the Mag,
Saku Koivu is five years older than Alex Tanguay – nearly exactly to the day – but he seemed like the pupil listening to the prof last night.
After last night's game, the Canadiens sent just three players to Hamilton (figuratively speaking; they're not actually leaving for Hamilton tonight):
The rest of the prospects,
Ben Maxwell is happy to have survived the first round of cuts, and knows what he has to work on.
(Habs Inside Out video shot by Steph)
Habs' prospect Greg Stewart remembers "the game" last season, when it seemed he could do no wrong, as the moment he knew he could play in the NHL.
Matt D'Agostini remembers being among the first cuts in his first two training camps.
He's glad to still be here, and hopes he can open more eyes in the