Subban No. 23 in THN’s top-50 player rankings; Price No. 48

ShareThe Hockey News has come out with its 2013-14 Yearbook in which it rates “The best 50 players in the NHL now.” Two Canadiens made the list: defenceman P.K. Subban at No. 23 and goalie Carey Price at No. 48. […]

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Nilan insists Boston mobster didn’t get his Stanley Cup ring

Chris Nilan says he doesn't know where convicted Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger got a Canadiens Stanley Cup ring, but insists it wasn't from him. “Either someone gave it to

Convicted Boston mobster wants to keep Habs Stanley Cup ring: report

 James "Whitey" Bulger, a mobster who terrorized South Boston in the 1970s and '80s as head of the Winter Hill Gang, was found guilty Monday in a Boston

A summer of love, golf and hard work for Habs’ Prust

Rugged Canadiens forward Brandon Prust and his girlfriend, Quebec television personality Maripier Morin, celebrated their third anniversary on Thursday. “It’s been 3 years today that I have

Gretzky trade helped spark Lafleur’s comeback from retirement

Friday marks the 25th anniversary of the biggest trade in hockey history, when Wayne Gretzky was dealt from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings. The Gretzky deal

Wedding part of busy summer for Habs’ Gorges

This has been a busy summer for Canadiens defenceman Josh Gorges, who flew to Hawaii last month to wed Maggie Morrison in a storybook wedding. “It was everything I

Habs prospect Hudon wants another shot with Team Canada

Canadiens prospect Charles Hudon is looking pretty good for a fifth-round draft pick. Hudon, a 5-foot-10, 177-pound forward, is one of two Canadiens prospects taking part in the

Fucale looking forward to world junior challenge

Goaltender Zach Fucale, selected by the Canadiens in the second round of this year's NHL entry draft, was at the team's practice facility in Brossard Monday

Healthy Eller now 220 pounds and itching to get back on ice

Lars Eller is bigger and plans to be better when the Canadiens hit the ice for the 2013-14 season. The Gazette's Dave Stubbs reports that Eller, who

Armstrong’s Habs career ends, while Brière’s begins

While Colby Armstrong's brief career as a Canadien came to an end, Daniel Brière's was just starting as he put on his No. 48 Habs