The Canadiens go into the final week of the season with a fistful of question marks and the team may go to
Canadiens defenceman Mike Komisarek hasn't wasted energy feeling sorry for himself during his rehab. He hasn't had the time.
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While we wait for news Monday about the Canadiens' limping wounded, defenceman Mike Komisarek will skate tomorrow for the first time since his March 20 hip injury suffered
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After going much of the season with little serious injury trouble, the Canadiens are staring at a few problems this morning, with tests and rehab ongoing. We'll report
When the Canadiens selected defenceman Ryan O'Byrne in the third round of the 2003 National Hockey League entry draft (79th overall), he was viewed as a long-term project.
Canadiens' Alex Kovalev, who might be captain for awhile if Saku Koivu is out for a stretch, drills a shot at flinching Toronto goaltender Vesa Toskala.
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Canadiens spokesman Dominick Saillant emails from Toronto that Habs captain Saku Koivu has a foot injury, suffered in Friday's 4-3 overtime victory over the Sabres in Buffalo, and