Gallagher held off scoresheet as Canada routs Hungary

The Canadiens’ Brendan Gallagher didn’t make the scoresheet as Team Canada pounded Hungary 7-1 Sunday to improve its record to 2-0 at the IIHF World Hockey Championship. Gallagher scored a goal in Canada’s 5-1 win over the United States on […]

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This Date in Habs History: May 8

May 8, 1938: Three night after losing to the Canadiens in an exhibition tour through England, the Detroit Red Wings got revenge with a 10-5 win over Montreal. May


Habs goalie Condon backstops Team USA to victory

Canadiens goalie Mike Condon made 20 saves to backstop Team USA to a 6-3 win over Belarus Saturday at the IIHF World Hockey Championship in Russia. The U.S. lost its opening

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This Date in Habs History: May 7

May 7, 1936: At an NHL meeting in Detroit, it was announced that the Canadiens had been granted first claim on all French-Canadian amateur players in the country for a period

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Gallagher celebrates birthday by scoring winning goal for Canada against U.S.

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Brendan Gallagher celebrated his 24th birthday Friday by scoring the winning goal for Team Canada in a 5-1 victory over the United States in the opening game at

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This Date in Habs History: May 6

May 6, 1973: Ken Dryden earned his first career playoff shutout as the Canadiens beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-0 in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final


This Date in Habs History: May 5

May 5, 1938: A crowd of 8,500 turned out in Earlscourt, England to watch the Canadiens beat the Detroit Red Wings 6-3 in the fifth game of a nine-game

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This Date in Habs History: May 4

May 4, 1969: The Canadiens beat the St. Louis Blues 2-1 in Game 4 to sweep the Stanley Cup final with John Ferguson scoring the winning goal and


Subban a finalist for NHL Foundation Player Award


The Canadiens' P.K. Subban is one of three finalists for the NHL Foundation Player Award, which is presented annually to a player “who applies the

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Prospect Dubois would look good with Canadiens

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE The Canadiens haven't had much luck when it comes to selecting French-Canadian players in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft. Read 'em and weep