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Tampa Bay’s Vincent Lecavalier celebrates his second-period goal.
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Centrewill be out for six weeks with a sprained right knee suffered Dec. 6 against Boston, the Canadiens announced today. Winger
The sixth consecutive home loss suffered by the Canadiens tonight – for those looking for the bright spot, two of them were by shootout – brings the team
Is it time for Canadiens fans to panic, given the team's skid of late? We're unanimous in our belief at the Inside/Out PuckCast, but you'll have to give
Canadiens defenceman Andrei Markov holds a 51,088-vote lead over Boston's Zdeno Chara, continuing to lead all Eastern Conference rearguards in updated balloting for the NHL All-Star Game.
Tampa Bay Lightning's Vincent Lecavalier "is the best player in the league," his coach, John Tortorella, said before Monday's 6-1 loss to the Toronto
Canadiens' Steve Bégin, Mike Komisarek and Roman Hamrlik visit with patient Sara Levitt during the team's annual visit to the Montreal Children's Hospital.
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Canadiens great Jean Béliveau (right) with his old friend and Detroit Red Wings rival Gordie Howe last March at a Bell Centre fundraising gala in Béliveau's name.
Mathieu Dandenault is the latest player to get a shot on the No. 1 line with Saku Koivu and Christopher Higgins on Tuesday night. Michael Ryder moves to