A look back at Game 4

After a slow start that saw the Bruins take the game to the Canadiens, Montreal was able to bounce back and score the game’s only goal to grab a 3-1 series lead.

Patrice Brisebois, the only member of the team to have won Montreal’s

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Habs to bring up some Bulldogs

This is from The Gazette's Pat Hickey in Wednesday's newspaper:

Reinforcements on the way: Now that the Hamilton Bulldogs' season is over, Canadiens general manager Bob Gainey said

Round 1, Game 4: Canadiens hold on for 3-1 lead

Canadiens' Carey Price makes one of his 27 saves with Bruins' David Krejci looking for a loose puck in in close during the second period on Tuesday night.

O’Byrne in, Ryder out

O'Byrne is in to make his playoff debut, Michael Ryder is a healthy

Audio: Game-time decision on Habs changes

We won't know who Guy Carbonneau will play tonight until 7 p.m. Carbo says any changes are a game-time decision. But there will be no Francis Bouillon on

Canadiens regroup for Game 4

The Canadiens will look to get back on track in Game 4 on Tuesday night after Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Bruins. 

Despite holding a 2-1 series lead,

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

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.


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