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What the Puck: Habs fans have reason to be angry

BRENDAN KELLY I am a Habs fan. Really. But I am not a fan of the team’s current management. This was the week that a big chunk of the Canadiens fan base revolted. They said the team was dead to […]

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Andrew Shaw gets six-year, $23.4-million deal with Habs

It obviously helps when a general manager and an agent are friends. Before trading two second-round picks to the Chicago Blackhawks at last week's NHL Entry Draft, Canadiens GM

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Former Hab Rogie Vachon in Hall of Fame’s Class of 2016

Goalie Rogie Vachon will become the 57th former Canadiens player to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Hall announced on Monday that Vachon will be part

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Canadiens stick with skill over size at NHL Entry Draft

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Judging by their Day 2 selections at the NHL Entry Draft, the Canadiens continue to value skill over size. The Canadiens took defenceman Mikhail Sergachev with their

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Andrew Shaw will bring grit, toughness to Canadiens

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Goodbye Lars Eller and hello Andrew Shaw. Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin dealt Eller to the Washington Capitals at the start of

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Habs GM Bergevin cools down Subban trade rumours

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin poured water on the P.K. Subban trade rumours Thursday night in Buffalo — but he didn't totally put out the fire. After his

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Canadiens’ Subban not worried about trade rumours; Price says he’s 100-per-cent healthy

P.K. Subban's no-movement clause with the Canadiens kicks in on July 1, but the defenceman isn't worried about what might happen before then. “I’m never concerned,” Subban told reporters

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Join Mike Boone for live blog during NHL draft

What are Canadiens fans thinking heading into the first round of the NHL Entry Draft Friday night in Buffalo? That's a question team owner Geoff Molson asked on his

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Canadiens open season with pair of road games

The Canadiens will open the 2016-17 NHL season with a pair of road games. The Canadiens will start the season on Thursday, Oct. 13, when they visit the Buffalo

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Canadiens play home opener Oct. 18 vs. Penguins

The Canadiens will face Sidney Crosby and the Stanley Cup-champion Pittsburgh Penguins when they play their home opener for the 2016-17 season at the Bell Cenre on Tuesday,