The Canadiens this afternoon were crowned champions of the NHL’s Eastern Conference, without even lacing up their skates.
The Habs claim No. 1 overall in the conference thanks to Philadelphia’s 2-0 home-ice victory over the Pittsburg
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Two-goal scorer Christopher Higgins applauds the Canadiens' Bell Centre fans, who sold out the arena for the 141st consecutive time.
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The Canadiens and National Hockey League this afternoon announced details of the 2009 All-Star Game, coming to the Bell Centre on Sunday, Jan. 25, and the NHL Entry
The return of Canadiens captain Saku Koivu for the first game of the playoffs, probably Thursday at the Bell Centre, remains uncertain. Koivu, out with a fractured foot
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. Check here
Surely no Quebec-resident reader of Habs Inside/Out would like to win a pair of Gazette loge tickets to a Canadiens playoff game? For the couple of you who
It wouldn't be a stretch to say that Canadiens veteran Mathieu Dandenault has been less than delighted with his fate this season.
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Nowhere in the
Alex Kovalev is the winner of the 2007-08 Molson Cup, awarded to the player who scores the most points based on three-star selections, while Mark Streit
This city is about to explode.
You can feel it when walking down the street. You can smell it in the air. You can hear it in
As the Canadiens prepare for tomorrow's 82nd and final game of the regular season, at home vs. the Toronto Maple Leafs:
The only lineup change for the Canadiens after