Canadiens are on the brink

The Canadiens had stormed back in Game 4, scoring two goals in 37 seconds in the third period to erase a 2-0 Flyers lead and looked to have all the momentum. But then, Steve Bégin, a player who has given a lot to this team, took that all away wi

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On the brink: Day off for Canadiens

PHILADELPHIA – The Canadiens are off today. They will return to practice tomorrow for Saturday's Game 5. Coach Guy Carbonneau will meet the media by conference call late

Audio: Canadiens after Game 4 loss

PHILADELPHIA – Coach Guy Carbonneau's media briefing and the Canadiens who were in the dressing room after Wednesday's 4-2 Game 4 loss.

Carbo 

Round 2, Game 4: Bégin penalty costs Canadiens

Canadiens' goaltender Jaroslav Halak looks behind him as Flyers R.J. Umberger scores the games first goal on Wednesday night. John Kenney, The Gazette

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Carbo a finalist for NHL coach of the year

Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau is a finalist for the Jack Adams Award, with Detroit's Mike Babcock and Washington's Bruce Boudreau. The prize is given annually

Halak gets the start

The Canadiens have announced that Jaroslav Halak will start in goal tonight in Game 4.

It will be the first career playoff start for the 22-year-old from Bratislava, who

Audio: Goalie remains a ‘mystery’, Breezer’s back

Guy Carbonneau says he knows who's playing goal tonight, but he's not saying until 7 p.m. And the goalie knows, "but he won't tell you."

Guillaume Latendresse and Patrice

Canadiens must bounce back in Game 4

Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinal between the Canadiens and Flyers goes Wednesday night in Philadelphia and Montreal will look to bounce back after falling behind 2-1

When in Philadelphia…

... how do you not eat a Philly cheesesteak? See below.

The Gazette and Habs Inside/Out's Dave Stubbs (left), Pat Hickey (right) and Charles André Marchand, here for LCN

Canadiens are Canada’s team: Poll

A new Harris/Decima poll finds that the Canadiens have overtaken the Toronto Maple Leafs as Canada's team.

The poll found that 40 per cent of Canadians identified the Habs