Rene Rancourt is my hero

Rene Rancourt: I love this guy

BOSTON – There. I’ve said it. Watch the start of Tuesday’s Canadiens-Bruins game on CBC, at least until the end of the national anthems as I’m not certain that RDS shows them (they don’t during

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Playoff Pool: Updated Standings

Propelled by strong performances by Scott Gomez, Jaromir Jagr, Evengi Malkin, and Sidney Crosby, mOOks has seized sole possession of first place in the Habs Inside/Out playoff pool.

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UPDATE: Canadiens skip practice for Game 4

BOSTON – The buzzword in the Canadiens family last night was "regroup," as in what the club must do in order to put the brakes on the momentum

PuckCast [Extra] from Boston

From Boston, The Gazette and Habs Inside/Out's Pat Hickey and Dave Stubbs, along with Jim Murphy of NHL.com and the Fast Hockey Radio Show, share their round-table thoughts

A look back at Game 3

For the first time all the season, the Boston Bruins were able to get a W against the Canadiens and it was a game they couldn't afford to

Audio: Komisarek, Price after Game 3 loss

BOSTON – Apologies for the delay; Gazette deadlines take priority, and that the game went into overtime didn't help matters.

Very few Canadiens available in the dressing

Round 1, Game 3: Bruins narrow Habs’ lead

Canadiens' Tom Kostopoulos goes flying through the air over Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas following hit by centre David Krejci (46) during first period of Game 3 Sunday night. Pierre

Habs aim to put chokehold on series

BOSTON – Five Canadiens skated this morning at TD Banknorth Garden, though none who will be playing tonight: Halak, Grabovski, O’Byrne, Stewart and Bouillon. Not a huge surprise

A look back at Game 2

It was a close call on Saturday night, but Alex Kovalev made up for a costly penalty with the overtime winner as the Canadiens grabbed a 2-0 lead

Playoff Pool Standings

With the 2008 NHL playoffs only a few days old, Taxman and mrstewart61 have jumped out ahead of the pack to take an early lead in the Habs