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

ShareWhile 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 jersey for the first time Saturday morning and went for a skate at the team’s Brossard […]

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Former Habs goalie coach lands job in Germany

Former Canadiens goalie coach Pierre Groulx has landed a new job with Red Bull Munich in Germany's elite DEL under head coach Pierre Pagé. “Pierre asked me to come

Scott Gomez signs one-year deal with Panthers

Scott Gomez's NHL career isn't over yet. The former Canadien, who will turn 34 on Dec. 23, has signed a one-year contract with the Florida Panthers after posting

Montreal fans get first up-close look at new Hab Parros

Some lucky Canadiens fans got an up-close look at new enforcer George Parros a lunch time Tuesday when the 6-foot-5, 228-pound giant skated for about 30

Habs listed at 25-1 odds to win Stanley Cup

Following the flurry of NHL free-agent signings this month, the Bodog betting website has posted its latest odds for teams to win the Stanley Cup in 2014 and

Canadiens acquire enforcer Parros from Panthers

The Canadiens have acquired enforcer George Parros from the Florida Panthers in return for forward Philippe Lefebvre and a seventh round pick at the

Brière agrees to two-year deal with Canadiens

The Canadiens announced on Thursday afternoon that free-agent Daniel Brière has agreed to a two-year deal with the team. Brière, who turns 36 on Oct. 6, had his contract

Waite named Habs’ goalie coach; McCarron gets taste of Montreal’s hockey fish bowl

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Thursday morning that Stéphane Waite has been hired as the team's new goaltending coach. “Stéphane Waite has over 30 years

Habs trade Danny Kristo to Rangers; Lecavalier going to Flyers

The Canadiens announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have traded Danny Kristo to the New York Rangers in exchange for right-winger Christian Thomas. Kristo, the

Avalanche drafts MacKinnon No. 1; Jones drops to No. 4

It turns out that Joe Sakic, the Colorado Avalanche executive vice-president of hockey operations, wasn't bluffing when he told Denver’s CBS affiliate on June 24 that if the NHL