Penguins move into first place with win over Bruins

ShareThe Pittsburgh Penguins knocked the Canadiens out of first place in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 win over the visiting Boston Bruins on Sunday afternoon. Sidney Crosby, with his 13th goal of the season, and Joe Vitale scored for […]

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Tinordi excited about making his NHL debut

Jarred Tinordi, the Canadiens' first-round pick (22nd overall) at the 2010 NHL entry draft, is excited about making his NHL debut against the Devils Saturday in New Jersey

Desharnais gets four-year, $14-million deal

The Canadiens announced on Friday morning that they have signed centre David Desharnais, 26, to a four-year contract extension worth $14 million. The deal will kick in next season

Habs call up Tinordi from Bulldogs

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Thursday morning that the club has called up defenceman Jarred Tinordi from the AHL's Hamilton Bulldogs. Tinordi, a 21-year-old who

‘Knuckles’ Nilan joins TSN Radio 690

Former Canadien Chris Nilan will have his own show on Montreal's TSN Radio 690 beginning Monday, March 18. Off The Cuff With Chris Nilan will air weekdays from 1-3 p.m., with Nilan

No changes to lines at practice

After enjoying an off-day on Monday, the Canadiens were back on the ice Tuesday morning in Brossard as they prepare to face the Ottawa Senators Wednesday night at

Habs return home after rookie dinner in Florida

After picking up eight of a possible 10 points on their five-game road trip, which wrapped up with Sunday's 5-2 win over the Panthers, the Canadiens held their

Prust out at least 10 days with shoulder separation

Canadiens coach Michel Therrien confirmed Sunday that Brandon Prust suffered a minor shoulder separation in Saturday's win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Prust is expected to be sidelined for

Habs in first place at midway point

The Canadiens reached the midway point of the 48-game lockout-shortened season with Thursday's 4-2 win over the Hurricanes in Carolina and were sitting in first place

Gallagher proving again that size isn’t everything

If you think Canadiens rookie Brendan Gallagher is small now, you should have seen him in bantam hockey. Gallagher was only 5-foot-3 in 2007 when the Vancouver Giants selected