The Buffalo Sabres have won back-to-back games for the first time in a month and will look to double that streak as they take on the Canadiens in a home and away series starting tonight in Buffalo, writes John Vogl of the Buffalo News.
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Tom Johnson, remembered here by The Gazette's Red Fisher, at a National Hockey League function last June
Canadiens' Steve Bégin is congratulated by linemate Mathieu Dandenault after having scored his second goal of tonight's game.
Ray Stubblebine, Reuters
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The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that the Canadiens and New York Islanders have written much the same script this season. At the start of the campaign, many experts
We're back with Inside/Out's eighth PuckCast of the season, featuring Gazette sportswriter Pat Hickey, I/O blogger Mike Boone and moderator Kevin Mio (the fourth regular at our microphone,
Elmer Lach (left) and Dollard St. Laurent during their playing days.
David Bier, from Gazette files
Best wishes go out to two Canadiens greats, tough old birds who currently
The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports from today's Canadiens practice that Cristobal Huet will get the start in goal tomorrow night on Long Island against the New York Islanders.
Canadiens defenceman Andrei Markov, on his first NHL All-Star Game ballot, trails only Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby after six days of Eastern Conference fan
Herb Cain in his 1930s Canadiens team photo. He won the 1943-44 NHL scoring title with Boston.
Rice Studios, Courtesy Erle Schneidman, canadiensmemorabilia.com
From the Canadiens' Joe Malone