RDS is reporting that Mikhail Grabovski, the veteran of 19 NHL games, apparently was so unhappy with being a healthy scratch Thursday in Phoenix vs. the Coyotes that
The Gazette's Pat Hickey and Canwest News Service's Dave Gross go head2head this week at faceoff.com to examine the issue of European leadership during the Stanley
CKAC reports Jaroslav Halak will make his first start of the season when Canadiens visit the Staples Centre tomorrow afternoon.
Carey Price, the hero of Phoenix, goes against the
Big wins! First place! ... a Western road trip. Second place. A (non-existent) goaltending controversy...
Bruce Dowbiggin on Canwest News Service says that if any team is to end Canada's Stanley Cup drought, the Canadiens are the team to do it.
Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau has decided Carey Price will face the Phoenix Coyotes Thursday night in Game 2 of the team's four-game western swing.
The Gazette's Pat Hickey has a nice piece on former Canadien Craig Rivet in Tuesday's paper:
The best trades are the ones that benefit both teams and, by
Canadiens' Saku Koivu and Sharks' Joe Pavelski fight for possession of the puck during the first period Monday night in San Jose, Calif. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
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It wouldn't be a stretch to say that Carey Price has sizzled since being promoted last week to the Canadiens' No. 1 netminding job.
John Mahoney, Gazette