According to Hockey, Le Magazine, in its 2008-09 poolers edition, the Canadiens will finish in second spot in the Eastern Conference, behind the Pittsburgh Penguins. That’s a reversal in order from the Hockey News prediction, but still a good si
The Second Coming of a hard-shooting Swiss defenceman?
Montreal Canadiens General Manager Bob Gainey announced today the signing of defenseman Yannick Weber to a three-year contract (2008-09 to 2010-11).
U.S. fans who get the Versus cable network will get to see the Canadiens three times this season.
The Versus schedule includes the Florida Panthers at the Bell Centre
Ryan McDonagh. John Mahoney, Gazette file photo
John McGourty of NHL.com prepared a report looking at the prospects in the Canadiens system and the conclusion is that there
According to RDS, the Hockey News, which last season said the Canadiens would finish 13th in the Eastern Conference, have predicted the Habs will grab top spot in
Want to impress the girls?
Being listed in the Canadiens' media guide adds two inches ... to your height.
The team has Josh Gorges at 6'1". That's an exaggeration, but
A must-read blog today is Part 1 of James Mirtle's analysis of the NHL's salary structure:
In 2005-06, the average player 25 and under made $865,000, while players
CKAC open-line host Ron Fournier has drawn the ire of the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council.
Nightmare_49 spotted this in the online edition of Broadcaster magazine:
The CBSC concluded that the
The Canadiens' 2007-'08 pocket schedule featured three players: Christopher Higgins, most prominently, as well as Cristobal Huet and Michael Ryder.
Huet and Ryder are gone.
Higgins is still a Hab,