Habs, Bruins set for Game 2

The Canadiens and bruins square off for Game 2 of their first-round playoff series Saturday night at the Bell Centre and the Bruins will look to rebound from a poor outing in Game 1 on Thursday.

Despite winning nine straight games t

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Koivu offers tickets to sick grandmother

When Saku Koivu and his wife, Hanna, found out about Maria Sousa's story, published in Friday's Gazette, the Canadiens' captain called the cancer stricken grandmother to offer her

Audio: Carbo looks ahead to Game 2

Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau's unique Hermès tie. It's 2-0, and it will be worn again a couple of times before it's auctioned for charity.
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All she wants is one last Stanley Cup

The Gazette's Jason Magder has a nice piece in Friday's paper about a Toronto area grandmother who is stricken with inoperable liver cancer and the one thing she

A look back at Game 1

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After all the build-up, Game 1 didn't disappoint for Canadiens fans as their team continued its dominance of the Boston Bruins with a

Breezer: Game 1 tale of the tape

Because the Inside/Out debate yesterday was so spirited about coach Guy Carbonneau's decision to play veteran defenceman Patrice Brisebois in Game 1, here are Breezer's official stats from

Audio: Carbo, players on impressive Game 1 win

Forgive that this is being posted eight-plus hours after game's end; occupational hazard when you're on two deadlines for your newspaper. From a press conference and the Canadiens

Round 1, Game 1: Habs continue dominance

Canadiens' Sergei Kostitsyn scores a first period goal against Bruins goalie Tim Thomas Thursday night in Montreal. Pierre Obendrauf, The Gazette

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Komisarek in, O’Byrne out for Game 1

Canadiens defenceman Mike Komisarek has been cleared to play in Game 1 tonight against the Boston Bruins, his hip ready to go in what promises to be a

The wait is over

The anticipation has been building for days and the excitement around the city can be seen everywhere you look. Tonight, the wait ends as the Canadiens and Bruins