Kaberle lighter on his skates this season

ShareTomas Kaberle was a little lighter on his skates when he hit the ice Thursday in Brossard. “I feel a lot better than last year,” said Kaberle, who was carrying a few extra pounds when he reported to the Carolina […]

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Habs’ Cole excited to finally get back to work

After 113 days and 655 games lost to the NHL lockout, the Canadiens' Erik Cole is excited about finally getting back to work, but is of several minds


Burke fired as GM of Maple Leafs

The Canadiens are slated to open the NHL season on Saturday, Jan. 19 at the Bell Centre against the Toronto Maple Leafs, who will have a new general


Habs players return to Brossard Wednesday

The Canadiens players will move their practice location from Candiac to the club's practice facility on Wednesday, the same day NHL owners will cast ballots at a Board


Markov creates controversy by playing in KHL game

The NHL lockout hasn't officially ended, but already we have our first Canadiens’ controversy involving Andrei Markov. With a tentative agreement reached to end the lockout, Markov decided to suit up


Fantasy season comes to end as players go on strike

During the NHL lockout, The Gazette provided a fantasy experience as beat writer Pat Hickey and Gazette techie Eric Tobon employed EA Sports NHL 13 to produce The Season


P.K. Subban at top of Habs’ to-do list

Now that there has been a tentative agreement reached to end the NHL lockout, the biggest question Canadiens fans are asking is: When will the Habs sign P.K.


Breaking down the NHL’s new tentative CBA

Chris Johnston, who did a great job covering the NHL lockout from beginning to end for The Canadian Press, put together a list of some of the main


Game on! Tentative deal reached to end lockout

The NHL lockout finally came to an end in the early morning hours Sunday in a New York City hotel ballroom following a marathon 16-hour negotiating session. After six


Habs 1992-93 season flashback: Roy shines against Sharks

  Canadiens fans can relive the 1992-93 season – the last year the Habs won the Stanley Cup – at HIO as we post game stories from that season.  The Habs