Has your heart medicine kicked in since Tuesday’s electrifying 6-5 shootout victory? Yes or no, your Inside/Out PuckCast squad of Hickey, Stubbs, Boone and Mio is back to discuss that, and more: Is the Canadiens habit of late comeback a worrisom
Canadiens goalie Carey Price, in the kitchen of his apartment Wednesday, studies a George Foreman grill brought to him by Jill and Dennis Williams, from 2003-07 his billet
The Canadiens had a lively, fun Bell Centre practice today, a laugh-a-minute exercise following their stunning 6-5 shootout victory over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night.
My thanks again to wd40 for yet another poll, this time asking: What's your feeling on the Habs' chances heading into this final stretch?
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After posting a link to a poll a few days ago, the results are in and they show just how wide the Canadiens' fan base is.
The Kid is not alright. Pat Hickey reports that Sidney Crosby did not practice today and will not travel to Montreal for tomorrow night's game at the Bell
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Happiness is a 6-5 comeback shootout victory. Canadiens goalie Cristobal Huet leaps into the arms of defenceman Mike Komisarek after the win.
Update: Thanks to all those who made the chat an exciting place to watch the game of the year (decade?) unfold. We've definitely got some kinks to work
The Canadiens will make no lineup changes for tonight's game against the New York Rangers, which puts goalie Cristobal Huet on the backup stool at the end of