Armstrong

Liveblog: Canadiens sign Colby Armstrong, Francis Bouillon, Brandon Prust

Colby Armstrong, bought out by the Leafs, has signed a one-year contract with the Canadiens for $1 million.
Brandon Prust has signed a four-year deal for $10 million.
And Francis Bouillon, a Michel Therrien favourite, is coming home to Montreal to shore up the defence corps.
Two inexpensive character guys to tide the Canadiens over until the kids maturePlus a fighter who can kill penalties and pot a few.
A good Canada Day for the CH.

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Gally

Liveblog: Canadiens draft Galchenyuk, Malcolm Subban to Boston

High risk, high reward. The kid is coming off a serious preseason knee injury, a torn anterior cruciate ligament. But there is a HUGE upside. AUDIO from Pittsburgh: Alex Galchenyuk

Quick

Liveblog: Kings thump Devils 6-1, win Cup

Game 6 turned on a major penalty to New Jersey's Steve Bernier. The Kings scored three times during their five-minute power play, and that was the ballgame. The Devils began

Marty

Liveblog: Devils 2 – Kings 1, final goes back to L.A.

We've got a series. L.A. finally loses a road game in the playoffs. And game 6 goes Monday night at the Staples Centre. The great Martin Brodeur made 25 saves –

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Liveblog: Devils edge Kings 3-1, series goes back to Jersey

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Liveblog: Kings win 4-0, dust off the brooms

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Martinez

Liveblog: Kings win 2-1 in OT, head home up two

Jeff Carter, quiet for most of the night, showed some hustle and beat Martin Brodeur to the stick side, 14 minutes into overtime. Los Angeleses of the final in

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Liveblog: Kings win 2-1 in OT, draw first blood

Eight minutes into overtime, Anze Kopitar scores a spectacular breakaway goal to give Los Angeles a hard-earned win. The Kings are a mind-boggling 9-0 on the road in the

Marty11

Liveblog: It’s Devils vs. Kings for the Stanley Cup

Adam Henrique poked a loose puck past Henryk Lundqvist less than two minutes into overtime to secure a 3-2 New Jersey win. The Rangers, who finished the regular season

Marty

Liveblog: Devils win a 5-3 wild one, move closer to Cup final

The least talented Ryan in the game scored the winning goal. After the Rangers had battled back from a 3-0 hole, Ryan Carter converted a pass from Stephen Gionta