Dressed for success: Goalies through the years

Canadiens Hall of Famer Jacques Plante, the 1950s innovator of the face mask. He’s part of our Canadiens goalie gallery below.
David Bier Studios, Gazette files

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Countdown to the Cup, March 17



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.

Countdown to the Cup,

Audio: Halak earns start vs. St. Louis

A mild surprise at the Bell Centre: Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau announced today that Jaroslav Halak will get the start in goal Tuesday night vs. the visiting

Noise/Bruit: Hamrlik in awe of Montreal

In today's Journal de Montréal, Marc de Foy writes that Canadiens defenceman Roman Hamrlik is in paradise playing in Montreal. While he is surprised by his

Halak a valuable asset for stretch run

Goalie Jaroslav Halak has weathered the ups and downs of a season spent mostly in the AHL. Now he's seizing his chance again with the Canadiens.
Jim McIsaac,

Habs special teams are, well, special

Special teams? Add up the Canadiens' power-play goals and shorthanded goals for and then subtract the power-play goals against and shorthanded goals against and you'll find the Habs

Hockey mourns Canadiens great Ken Reardon

Updated: link to obituary notice and online guest book

Kenny Reardon
Courtesy beehivehockey.com

Hockey, and the Canadiens family, have lost another longtime great with the passing

One-on-One: Lapierre still finding his place

Here is this week's One-on-One from The Gazette's Kevin Mio. 

Maxim Lapierre made an immediate impression when he was called up from the American Hockey League's Hamilton

Game 73: Halak remains perfect at Bell Centre

Canadiens' Tom Kostopoulos trips in front of Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro, as Sean Bergenheim (left) and Rob Davidson look on, during the second period Saturday night. Phil

Bench Talk: Week 6

Fighting over the moniker Beasts of the East. (THE GAZETTE/Allen McInnis)There was a lot of excitement floating around Montreal this week when the Habs