Parros, Murray return to Habs lineup vs. Panthers

ShareGeorge Parros and Douglas Murray will be back in the lineup when the Canadiens visit the Florida Panthers Saturday night (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690) and Carey Price will start in goal. Michel Therrien announced his lineup after […]

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Habs hold practice in Florida without Plekanec

The Canadiens headed to Florida immediately after Thursday night's wild 5-4 win over the Detroit Red Wings and will face the Panthers Saturday night (7 p.m., CBC, RDS,


About last night …

This was unprecedented. For the first time in his young career, P.K. Subban – who has never met a camera, microphone or notebook he didn't like – declined to

Red Wings in battle to keep playoff streak alive vs. Habs

The NHL record for consecutive years making the playoffs is 29, set by the Boston Bruins from 1967-68 through 1995-96. The Detroit Red Wings have made the playoffs for

Next stop Detroit in Habs’ fight for playoffs; prospect Bennett signs

After wins over the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres on back-to-back nights, Canadiens coach Michel Therrien decided not to hold a practice Wednesday morning before the team boarded


About last night …

Let's provide dialogue for Allen McInnis's Gazette photo: Carey Price: "Boring game, eh?" Andrei Markov: "Da. But we win. And you get shutout." Price: "I only had to stop 24 shots." Markov:

Bring on the Sabres

After beating the Bruins 2-1 in a shootout Monday night in Boston, the Canadiens didn't have a morning skate Tuesday and there was no media availability before their


About last night …

They'll probably lose to Buffalo. Your Montreal Canadiens most definitely will be feeling an emotional letdown when they face the Sabres at the Bell Centre Tuesday night. The game, against

Habs will start Budaj in goal against Bruins

Peter Budaj will be in goal for the Canadiens when they take on the Bruins Monday night in Boston (7:30 p.m., TSN, RDS, TSN Radio 690). With back-to-back games


Celebrating NHL’s longest game, played March 24-25, 1936

Detroit Red Wings goaler Normie Smith, who made 90 saves during the NHL's longest game. Beehive Hockey photo The game began on one day and ended on the next, fans