Habs select Russian forward Scherbak with first-round pick

ShareThe Canadiens chose Russian forward Nikita Scherbak from the Saskatoon Blades as their first-round pick in the NHL entry draft. The 6-foot-1, 172-pound Moscow native led the Blades in scoring this season with 28 goals and 50 assists. He was named […]

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Subban happy to let agent handle contract talks with Habs

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To listen to what Trevor Timmins, the Canadiens' director of amateur scouting, had to say to the media Thursday afternoon in Philadelphia, click here: Who will the

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(AUDIO) Habs sign Markov to three-year contract; Burns named to Hall of Fame

To listen to what Markov had to say during a mid-afternoon conference call with reporters click here: Andrei Markov won’t be leaving Montreal. Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced

Habs prospects Fucale, Grégoire invited to national junior camp

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NHL, Habs release complete 2014-15 schedule

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Gallant named head coach of Panthers; Habs open 2014-15 season in Toronto

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