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P.K. Subban still a hot ticket in Montreal for Just For Laughs Gala

BILL BROWNSTEIN MONTREAL GAZETTE No surprise that P.K. Subban would be associated with the hottest ticket in town. The surprise is, however, that the ticket is not for a hockey game at the Bell Centre, but rather for a humour […]

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MONTREAL, QUE.: OCTOBER 15, 2015 -- FILE --P.K. Subban, formerly of the Montreal Canadiens, takes part in a pre-game ceremony before the team's home opener against the New York Rangers in N.H.L. action  at the Bell Centre Thursday, October 15, 2015 in Montreal. (John Kenney / MONTREAL GAZETTE) ORG XMIT: 54552

Pat Hickey: Sad to see Subban go, but Canadiens are better with Weber

  PAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE When I was growing up in New York, I rooted for the Brooklyn Dodgers. They played in the shadow of the mighty New York Yankees, but

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What the Puck: Mediocre management is par for the course with Canadiens

BRENDAN KELLY We shouldn’t be surprised by the mediocrity of Marc Bergevin’s record as general manager of the Montreal Canadiens. It’s par for the course for a team that

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Report: Canadiens let analytics consultant go after advising team to keep P.K. Subban

Sportsnet's Eric Engels reports that — according to a source — Matt Pfeffer, who was hired by the Canadiens as an analytics consultant at the beginning

MONTREAL, QUE.: OCTOBER 26, 2013 -- Eric Zeigenfuss brought his boys Luke, left, and Ryan from Philadelphia to the annual Hockey Inside Out summit and charity auction to raise money for the Montreal Canadiens Children's Foundation in Montreal Saturday October 26, 2013.  The three were heading to the Canadiens game against San Jose after the gathering.  Those attending follow the The Gazette's website.   (John Mahoney/THE GAZETTE)

Annual HI/O Summit set for Nov. 12 when Canadiens play Red Wings at Bell Centre

Ian Cobb is once again organizing the annual HI/O Summit, bringing together Canadiens fans — and fans of — from across North America and beyond together for

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P.K. Subban: ‘I never envisioned myself playing for any other team other than the Montreal Canadiens’

P.K. Subban was having dinner in Paris when he learned he had been traded to the Nashville Predators on June 29 in exchange for Shea Weber. Subban is now back home

Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban meets a young patient and her mother following a press conference at the Children's Hospital in Montreal, Wednesday, September 16, 2015, where he announced that his foundation would pledge $10-million to the hospital over the next seven years. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

Subban leaves indelible mark on Montreal

John Meagher Montreal Gazette To say P.K. Subban will be missed at the Montreal Children's Hospital is an understatement. For patients at the hospital, where many beds are filled with ailing

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What the Puck: Habs fans have reason to be angry

BRENDAN KELLY I am a Habs fan. Really. But I am not a fan of the team’s current management. This was the week that a big chunk of the Canadiens

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Canadiens sign Alexander Radulov, Al Montoya, Zach Redmond

The Canadiens announced Friday that they have signed Alexander Radulov to a one-year free-agent contract valued at $5.75 million. The 29-year-old, who played his junior hockey in Quebec

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Stu Cowan: Canadiens’ Marc Bergevin starting to look like WKRP’s Herb Tarlek

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND — Here's something to ponder in the aftermath of Wednesday night's blockbuster trade: will the players in the Canadiens locker room  — who obviously