Habs invite 50 players to development camp

ShareThe Canadiens announced on Thursday that they have invited 50 players to their development camp to be held July 7-11 at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard. Five of the six players selected at this year’s NHL draft will be […]

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Former Hab Kovalev announces his retirement

Former Canadien Alex Kovalev has officially announced his retirement from hockey at age 41 after not playing in the NHL this past season. According to the

Gionta, Gorges headed to Sabres; Habs sign Malhotra, Weaver and others

The Canadiens will be looking for a new captain for the 2014-15 season. After failing to reach a contract agreement with Brian Gionta before the Canada Day

Habs trade Brière to Colorado for Parenteau

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Monday afternoon that he has traded forward Daniel Brière to the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for forward Pierre-Alexandre

Habs’ Subban already in gym training for next season; Gorges could be on way out

While his agent, Don Meehan, negotiates with Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin about a new contract for P.K. Subban, the restricted free-agent defenceman is already back in the gym. Subban

Defenceman Lernout, forward Audette among Habs’ six draft picks

The second day of the NHL Draft started Saturday morning with the Buffalo Sabres selecting Brendan Lemieux, the son of former Canadien Claude Lemieux,

Subban happy to let agent handle contract talks with Habs

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin and Don Meehan, the agent for P.K. Subban, met Thursday in Philadelphia on the eve of the NHL draft to talk about a

Who will be the Habs’ first-round pick? (with Trevor Timmins audio)

To listen to what Trevor Timmins, the Canadiens' director of amateur scouting, had to say to the media Thursday afternoon in Philadelphia, click here: Who will the

‘I feel like it’s my home,’ Habs’ Markov says about Montreal

For the third time in his 13-season NHL career, Andrei Markov decided not to test the free-agent sweepstakes, instead signing a new three-year, $17.25-million contract with the Canadiens

Habs’ Bergevin beaten out for NHL’s GM of the Year Award

Two years ago, general manager Marc Bergevin took over a Canadiens club that was the worst in the Eastern Conference (31-35-16) and the third-worst in the