Another summer of arm rehab for Gionta; Ryder won’t return to Habs

ShareFor the second straight summer, Canadiens captain Brian Gionta will be rehabbing a surgically repaired torn biceps tendon. This summer it’s his left arm … last year it was his right. “If I had known,” Gionta told The Gazette’s Dave Stubbs […]

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Avalanche makes it official with Roy

The Colorado Avalanche made it official on Tuesday afternoon, introducing Patrick Roy as their new head coach and vice-president of hockey operations during a news conference

Memorial Cup memories from Habs; Churla hired as chief amateur scout

The Halifax Mooseheads (photo above) won their first Memorial Cup on Sunday night, beating the Portland Winterhawks 6-4 in the final in Saskatoon. Nathan MacKinnon

Tremblay and Roy haven’t spoken since trade to Colorado

Mario Tremblay isn’t expecting a call from Patrick Roy about a possible assistant-coaching job with the Colorado Avalanche. “I don’t think so,” Tremblay said with a big laugh

Marking the 27th anniversary of Habs’ 23rd Stanley Cup

Friday, May 24 marks the 27th anniversary of the Canadiens' 1986 Stanley Cup victory when they defeated the Calgary Flames 4-3 to win the final series in five

Rimouski defenceman Morin could be a good fit for Habs at draft

When Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin addressed the media at his post-season press conference after the Habs were eliminated by the Ottawa Senators in the first round of

Canadiens sign two Swedish draft picks; Emelin has surgery

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced the signings of two Swedish players on Tuesday: defenceman Magnus Nygren and forward Sebastian Collberg (photo above). The club also

Patrick Roy to coach Avalanche: report

The Denver Post reported Monday night that Patrick Roy will be the next coach of the Colorado Avalanche, according to his younger brother, Stephane.

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Silver for Diaz, bronze for Galchenyuk at world championship

 A couple of Canadiens players and a Habs prospect will be coming home from the World Hockey Championship in Sweden with medals. Raphael Diaz was part of the Switzerland

Habs’ Therrien not among Jack Adams Award finalists

Michel Therrien took over a last-place team in the Eastern Conference when he was hired to coach the Canadiens last summer and turned them into Northeast Division champions