Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin not in a rush to spend his extra cap money

STU COWAN The Canadiens open the NHL regular season on Oct. 5 in Buffalo and general manager Marc Bergevin still has almost $8.5 million in projected salary-cap space. However, Bergevin says he isn’t in a rush to spend that money […]

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Don’t expect Alex Galchenyuk at centre when Canadiens start season

STU COWAN LAVAL-SUR-LE-LAC — The Canadiens' training camp doesn't start until Thursday, when players report to Brossard for their physicals, but one thing already appears to be settled: Alex

Individual tickets for 2017-18 Canadiens season to go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m.

The Canadiens announced that the sale of individual tickets to the public for the Canadiens' 2017-18 preseason and regular season games at the Bell Centre will get underway

HI/O preseason survey: Here is what we learned

Thanks to all of you who took part in our Hockey Inside/Out survey. We were overwhelmed by the number and variety of responses, and we continue to sort

Canadiens fan on a mission to have Aug. 31 recognized as Jean Béliveau Day

Canadiens fan and former Dorval resident Greg Meakin embarked on a personal mission to have Aug. 31 recognized as Jean Béliveau Day after the Canadiens legend and Montreal

Canadiens captain imparts his wisdom on newcomer Drouin

Pat Hickey Montreal Gazette Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty has spent a lot of time with newcomer Jonathan Drouin this summer and he had one piece of advice for the 22-year-old. “I

HI/O bonus video: Taking a look at alternative training for hockey players

Strength and conditioning coach Scott Berish and Keif Orsini of Rapid Hockey Development take us through their alternative mental and physical training methods for hockey players.  Photo: Allen McInnis /

Share your opinions in our Hockey Inside/Out survey

As we get ready for the 2017-18 season, we want to know what you think about hockeyinsideout.com. Now is your chance to share your opinion as we seek

Andrei Markov said he couldn’t imagine playing for another NHL team besides the Canadiens

STU COWAN Andrei Markov said he couldn't imagine playing for another NHL team besides the Canadiens, which is why he's now headed to Russia to play in the KHL. During

Andrei Markov headed to KHL after failing to reach deal with the Canadiens

STU COWAN Andrei Markov will not return to the Canadiens for the 2017-18 NHL season. The Canadiens announced on Thursday morning that the veteran, free-agent defenceman won't be back with