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Canadiens given two days off; Nathan Beaulieu sent to Hamilton

SharePAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE As the Canadiens took a break Monday from a gruelling schedule that saw them play eight games in 13 nights, coach Michel Therrien said it was important to look beyond Sunday night’s 5-0 loss to the Rangers in […]

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About last night …

Damn you, NHL schedule-makers! Oh, I'm not blaming them for the Canadiens having to play the second game of a road back-to-back against a well-rested team. Sunday night's 5-0 loss

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Canadiens will face well-rested Rangers team; prospect Nikita Scherbak suffers back injury

The Canadiens will face a well-rested Rangers team Sunday night in New York (7 p.m., CITY, RDS, TSN Radio 690). While the Canadiens are coming off a 2-0 win

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About last night …

How big an asterisk shall we affix to your Montreal Canadiens' 2-0 win over Boston? Maybe the scoresheet can add context: Alex Khokhlachev played 12:10 for the Bruins. In the immortal

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New Hab Bryan Allen will be in the lineup against Bruins

The Canadiens will be looking for their third straight win over the Bruins this season when the teams meet Saturday night in Boston (7 p.m., SN, TVA Sports,

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Bring on the Bruins! Canadiens get ready for a busy weekend

Coming off an impressive 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues Thursday night at the Bell Centre, the Canadiens held an optional practice Friday morning in Brossard as

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Game Within the Game: Blues bring out the best in Canadiens

CHRISTOPHER CURTIS MONTREAL GAZETTE The city of St. Louis may be named after a 13th century Catholic king but its hockey team brings something of a Protestant work ethic to

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About last night …

It's my standard line, and it bears repeating: If I bet on sports, I'd be living in a cardboard box in the Atwater Tunnel. But I don't bet, so I'm

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Canadiens trade Rene Bourque to Ducks for defenceman Bryan Allen

Canadiens fans won't have Rene Bourque to kick around anymore. General manager Marc Bergevin announced after 5 p.m. Thursday that he had traded Bourque to the Anaheim

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Mike Weaver will be game-time decision as Habs face Blues

The Canadiens held an optional morning skate as they got ready to face the St. Louis Blues Thursday night at the Bell Centre (7:30 p.m., CITYM, RDS, TSN