2016 Honda NHL All-Star Skill Competition - Honda NHL Breakaway Challenge

Habs’ Subban wins All-Star Breakaway Challenge; Bettman puts his spin on John Scott saga

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE P.K. Subban showed off his Moves like Jagr and it was good enough for the Canadiens defenceman to win the Breakaway Challenge at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition Saturday night in Nashville. Dressed up like Florida Panthers […]

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‘I got to do what I got to do,’ Habs’ Galchenyuk says

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE When the Canadiens selected Alex Galchenyuk with the No. 3 overall pick at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft they were hoping he could become the

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This Date in Habs History: Jan. 30

Jan. 30, 1918: Joe Malone extended his goal-scoring streak to 12 games (which began with the NHL's first game six weeks earlier), scoring four times in a 5-2 win in Ottawa. Jan.

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No all-star vacation for Canadiens’ Gallagher


Brendan Gallagher wasn't making any vacation plans to sit on a beach somewhere during the Canadiens' six-day all-star break. “I’m not going anywhere,"

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This Date in Habs History: Jan. 29

Jan. 29, 1955: Rookie goaltender Jacques Plante recorded his ninth shutout in a 4-0 win over the Boston Bruins at the Forum. Jan. 29, 1966: Henri Richard scored a goal and

2016 NHL All-Star Arrivals

Commentary: John Scott proves he really is an all-star

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE If you didn't already think that John Scott should take part in Sunday's NHL All-Star Game in Nashville, you probably will if you read his

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‘We have to work twice as hard to score one goal,” Canadiens’ Plekanec says

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE What a difference three months make. On Oct. 16, the Canadiens signed Tomas Plekanec to a two-year, $12-million contract extension that runs through the

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This Date in Habs History: Jan. 28

Jan. 28, 1918: Joe Malone extended his goal-scoring streak to 11 straight games (which began with the NHL's inaugural game six weeks earlier) when he scored his 25th of

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Canadiens season hits low point with fans booing Subban

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Whether P.K. Subban admits it or not, the Canadiens' season hit a low point with Tuesday night's 5-2 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. "I don't

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‘The process’ simply isn’t working for Canadiens

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Michel Therrien's favourite two words are: "the process." But "the process" simply isn't working for the Canadiens and the odds of this team making