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.
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Canadiens' Andrei Kostitsyn scores the game-winning goal on Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, the puck on his wraparound effort tucked just inside
The Canadiens have seven players with 40 or more points, leading the NHL in that category.
And here's a quick look at the all-time series between the Habs and
Stop us if you've heard this one before: Alex Kovalev is the winner of the past month's Molson Cup award based on three-star selections. It's the fourth consecutive