New York Rangers v Montreal Canadiens - Game Five

Canadiens put Rene Bourque on waivers, recall Jarred Tinordi from Hamilton

ShareAfter the emotional Guy Lapointe jersey-retirement ceremony, followed by a 4-1 win over the Minnesota Wild Saturday night at the Bell Centre, the Canadiens had the day off on Sunday. But GM Marc Bergevin was still working, announcing Sunday afternoon […]

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Guy Lapointe,

Emotional night as Guy Lapointe’s No. 5 raised to the rafters of Bell Centre

DAVE STUBBS MONTREAL GAZETTE Larry Robinson nearly pulled the prank, not that he gave it a truly honest effort. When serial jokester Guy Lapointe moved to the centre chair in a Bell

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About last night …

The most striking feature of the Canadiens' latest win was the names that weren't on the scoresheet. No P.K. Subban. No Andrei Markov. Oh, the pillars of the team's defence made

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Ken Dryden writes about his friend, teammate and prankster Guy Lapointe

“Pointu!” – Getting the Right Guy

KEN DRYDEN SPECIAL TO THE MONTREAL GAZETTE It was my first training camp with the Canadiens. September, 1970. After a few days, the “big team”

New York Rangers v Montreal Canadiens - Game Five

Rene Bourque will be healthy scratch against Wild; Habs call up Drayson Bowman

Rene Bourque will be a healthy scratch for the Canadiens Saturday night against the Minnesota Wild at the Bell Centre (7 p.m., CITY, TVA Sports, TSN Radio 690). With

Guy Lapointe,

Guy Lapointe set to complete The Big Three as No. 5 heads to rafters of Bell Centre

DAVE STUBBS MONTREAL GAZETTE It was early on the morning of June 11 that a former teammate would be pulling into Guy Lapointe’s Saint-Lazare driveway, and of course Pointu saw

Montreal Canadiens v New York Rangers - Game Six

Canadiens vs. Wild preview

After a day off on Thursday, the Canadiens practised Friday morning in Brossard as they prepare to face the Minnesota Wild Saturday night at the Bell Centre (7

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Canadiens’ Beaulieu says he’s ready for anything; Tinordi sent down to Hamilton

PAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE Nathan Beaulieu has learned the importance of being ready for any eventuality. Beaulieu was scheduled to be a healthy scratch Wednesday night when the Canadiens played the

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About last night …

Does anyone miss Daniel Brière? P.A. Parenteau – the player your Montreal Canadiens got from Colorado, along with a fifth-round draft choice, in an off-season trade – beat Michal Neuvirth

Boston Bruins v Buffalo Sabres

Rene Bourque will be healthy scratch for Canadiens vs. Sabres

Rene Bourque, who has played 13 games without scoring a goal, will be a healthy scratch for the first time this season when the Canadiens play the Sabres