Game 30: Habs lose sixth straight at home

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Tampa Bay’s Vincent Lecavalier celebrates his second-period goal.
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Smolinski out 6 weeks, Bégin gone 2-3

Centre Bryan Smolinski will be out for six weeks with a sprained right knee suffered Dec. 6 against Boston, the Canadiens announced today. Winger Steve

A record Habs would rather not equal

The sixth consecutive home loss suffered by the Canadiens tonight – for those looking for the bright spot, two of them were by shootout – brings the team

PuckCast, Vol. 2, No. 11 [Podcast]

Is it time for Canadiens fans to panic, given the team's skid of late? We're unanimous in our belief at the Inside/Out PuckCast, but you'll have to give

All-star vote: Markov top D, Huet’s lead narrows

Canadiens defenceman Andrei Markov holds a 51,088-vote lead over Boston's Zdeno Chara, continuing to lead all Eastern Conference rearguards in updated balloting for the NHL All-Star Game.

Bolts coach Tortorella sings Vinny’s praises

Tampa Bay Lightning's Vincent Lecavalier "is the best player in the league," his coach, John Tortorella, said before Monday's 6-1 loss to the Toronto

Can Canadiens bottle Lightning?

Canadiens' Steve Bégin, Mike Komisarek and Roman Hamrlik visit with patient Sara Levitt during the team's annual visit to the Montreal Children's Hospital.
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Béliveau: Veterans, not rookies, must carry Habs

Canadiens great Jean Béliveau (right) with his old friend and Detroit Red Wings rival Gordie Howe last March at a Bell Centre fundraising gala in Béliveau's name.
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Dandenault’s turn on the No. 1 line

Mathieu Dandenault is the latest player to get a shot on the No. 1 line with Saku Koivu and Christopher Higgins on Tuesday night. Michael Ryder moves to

Habs facing favourable opponents … on paper

In today's Journal de Montreal, Marc de Foy gives Canadiens fans a glimmer of hope going into what should be three tough games for the Habs.

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