Forty-one and counting…

The last time Toronto won the Stanley Cup, Lester Pearson was a prime minister, not an airport.

There will be some Canadiens fans who in Toronto tomorrow and on April 5 at the Bell Centre will be tempted to chant "1967!&q

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Latendresse still on the shelf

Forward Guillaume Latendresse, who has missed the past two games with neck spasms, continues to be troubled by the injury. He will not make the trip to Buffalo

Countdown to the Cup, March 27

 

 

The National Hockey League's daily Countdown to the Cup release, breaking down the playoff races, possible matchups, a few key individual statistics and more. Check here

Fisher: Habs shouldn’t retire Roy’s No. 33

Veteran hockey writer Red Fisher makes the case today against the Canadiens retiring Patrick Roy's No. 33 jersey next season as part of the club's centennial

Carbo featured in NHL teleconference

The NHL featured Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau in a conference call for North American and international media this afternoon, a wide-ranging talk about the Habs and their

Carbo on Sagueneens battle with Remparts

Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau will be the featured guest this afternoon on an NHL teleconference with international media. To follow here later this afternoon will be the

PuckCast, Vol. 2, No. 22 [Podcast]

So, the Canadiens are in the playoffs, their opponent to be determined, with five games to go in the regular season. The full PuckCast lineup of Pat Hickey,

Countdown to the Cup, March 26

 

 

The National Hockey League's daily Countdown to the Cup release, breaking down the playoff races, possible matchups, a few key individual statistics and more. Note the new feature,

Off-ice life gets physical for Bégin

As if life isn't physical enough on the ice for Steve Bégin, The Gazette's Herb Zurkowsky checks in to report that the Canadiens forward was just rear-ended as

Temper has long been Roy’s worst enemy

Patrick Roy takes a breather in the Canadiens net during a 1990s game.
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Patrick Roy's trademark as a player was a fiery competitiveness,