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This Date in Habs History: Nov. 28

Nov. 28, 1925: Georges Vézina played his last game for the Canadiens against Pittsburgh, leaving in the first period because of a high fever in his 328th straight appearance. Nov. 28, 1935: Canadiens netminder Wilf Cude and Red Wings goalie Norm Smith duelled […]

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The Canadiens are making their Christmas list. They're checking it twice. And thinking about holidays without Carey Price. François Gagnon had a scoop on L'Antichambre after the Canadiens' 3-2 Shootout

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Habs Game Day Report: Holloway makes NHL debut, Condon in goal, Pateryn back on blue line vs. Devils

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Forward Bud Holloway will make his NHL debut at age 27 Friday night when the Canadiens play the Devils in New Jersey (7 p.m.,

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This Date in Habs History: Nov. 27

Nov. 27, 1920: Defenceman Harry Cameron is traded to Toronto by in exchange for Gordie Prodger and Joe Matte. Nov. 27, 1943: Rookie netminder Bill Durnan improved his career record to

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Weekly Habs quiz: True fans only

This quiz is for expert fans. Can you get a perfect score?

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Habs’ Bud Holloway will make NHL debut vs. Devils; Price out for at least a week

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Bud Holloway will finally play in his first NHL game at age 27 Friday night when the Canadiens face the Devils in New Jersey

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Canadiens to call up goalie Tokarski from AHL’s IceCaps

The Canadiens will have to live without goalie Carey Price again. During Wednesday night's 5-1 win over the Rangers in New York, Price tweaked the lower-body injury that had

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This Date in Habs History: Nov. 26

Nov. 26, 1917: The National Hockey League was founded. The original teams were the Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Arenas and Quebec Bulldogs (which announced that


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Which number is rising at a faster rate: Points in the standings for your Montreal Canadiens or Air Miles for Dustin Tokarski? The bad news, on a Wednesday night

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Game Day Report: Habs GM Bergevin signs contract extension through 2021-22 season

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE A day after Forbes reported that the Canadiens have become the second most-valuable franchise in the National Hockey League — worth a staggering $1.18 billion U.S.