Former Canadiens captain Pierre Turgeon joins Kings as an assistant coach

Former Canadiens captain Pierre Turgeon has joined the Los Angeles Kings as an assistant coach. The Kings announced on Monday that Turgeon will fill the newly created position of offensive co-ordinator. “We are thrilled to bring Pierre Turgeon aboard to […]

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Andrei Markov takes break from contract talks to get married in Russia

Andrei Markov didn't sign a new contract on Friday, but he was a busy man. The Canadiens' unrestricted free-agent defenceman got married to 

Centre or wing? Canadiens’ Alex Galchenyuk is tired of that question

It will be interesting to see what happens the first time a journalist asks Alex Galchenyuk at training camp whether he wants to play centre or wing next

Canadiens sign goalie Charlie Lindgren to one-year deal

The Canadiens announced on Thursday that they have agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with goalie Charlie Lindgren, who was a

Alex Galchenyuk agrees to three-year contract with Canadiens worth $14.7 million

STU COWAN The Canadiens announced late in the afternoon Wednesday that Alex Galchenyuk has agreed to terms on a new three-year contract. Galchenyuk, 23, became a

Canadiens name Francis Bouillon team’s development coach

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin has decided to shake up the team's player-development staff, naming former defenceman Francis Bouillon development coach. Bouillon replaces Rob Ramage, who becomes the

Wait continues on Andrei Markov, while former Canadien David Desharnais joins Rangers

STU COWAN While there was still no word as of Tuesday night on whether veteran free-agent defenceman Andrei Markov would re-sign with Montreal, former Canadiens

Canadiens sign Ales Hemsky; Alexander Radulov goes to Dallas Stars

STU COWAN While Canadiens fans were waiting Monday to find out if free-agents Alexander Radulov and/or Andrei Markov would re-sign with

Canadiens sign Carey Price to eight-year contract extension worth $84 million


“We’re going to make sure he finishes as a Montreal Canadien and to me that’s a big thing.”

Those were the words from Canadiens general

Free-agent frenzy: Canadiens sign defenceman Karl Alzner, centre Peter Holland

STU COWAN A lack of offence was the downfall of the Canadiens in the playoffs last season, but as the NHL free-agent market opened at noon Saturday general manager Marc