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Bob Fillion, who was oldest living Canadien, dies at age 95

DAVE STUBBS MONTREAL GAZETTE Canadiens forward Bob Fillion, a two-time Stanley Cup champion who died Thursday at age 95, was more than a decent two-way checking winger. He was a terrific talent scout. Fillion was skating in the Verdun juniors […]

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Therrien says coaching Semin will be a ‘challenge’

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Michel Therrien looked like a lot of Montrealers who are on vacation at this time of the year when he met with the media at his annual

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Habs’ Gallagher anxious for new season to start

DAVE STUBBS MONTREAL GAZETTE The final siren was still echoing in Tampa Bay’s Amalie Arena on May 12, the handshakes not yet begun, when Brendan Gallagher was thinking about


Canadiens jack up season-ticket prices by as much as 24 per cent

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE The Canadiens might have just priced some of their most hardcore fans out of the Bell Centre. Canadiens season-ticket holders received their bills this week for the

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Kings goalie Quick says Habs’ Pacioretty among most underrated players in NHL

Max Pacioretty led the Canadiens in scoring last season with 37 goals and 67 points, but Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick still calls him

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Galchenyuk says short-term deal was ‘good way to go’

PAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE Alex Galchenyuk was the last Canadiens player to come to terms on a contract this summer, but he doesn't understand the angst over the prolonged

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Canadiens will close their Hall of Fame at Bell Centre on Aug. 30

The Canadiens announced on Friday that they will be closing theirHall of Fame at the Bell Centre on Aug. 30 and that admission for fans will

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Galchenyuk gets new two-year deal worth $5.6 million

PAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE A day after saying that there was no urgency in reaching a deal with Alex Galchenyuk, Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Thursday evening that

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Setting the stage for New Year’s Day Winter Classic between Canadiens and Bruins

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE We interrupt this sweltering heat wave to bring you some news to help cool off. In five months, you'll probably be complaining it's too cold when the

Alexander Semin has signed a one-year deal with the Canadiens on Friday.

Semin signing has little downside for Canadiens

Pat Hickey Montreal Gazette It will be six or seven months before we know whether Marc Bergevin hit a home run with the signing of free agent right-winger Alexander Semin