Carey Price is considered to be the Canadiens’ goaltender of the future, and he has shown flashes of brilliance this season. But the 20-year-old has also shown that he is a young goaltender who still has some work to do.
Take this historic shutout to the bank: Carey Price clears the ice of a purse thrown from the stands.
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The Gazette's Herb Zurkowsky reports from this morning's Bell Centre skate that both Alex Kovalev (ankle) and Josh Gorges (flu) skated and are expected to be in the
A list of NHL trades this season, through Feb. 11: Sept. 11: Boston traded C Ben Walter and a conditional pick in the 2009 Entry Draft to NY Islanders
If you're like us, you're still traumatized by the March 8, 1988 trading-deadline deal that sent Moe Lemay from the Edmonton Oilers to the Boston Bruins for Alan
Updating Kovalev's status at 5:42 p.m.
Alex Kovalev did not take part in today's practice, nursing a sore ankle apparently dinged early in Wednesday's game vs. the Florida
As expected, Carey Price will get the start on Saturday when the Philadelphia Flyers visit the Bell Centre. Price is coming off a 35-stop performance against the Florida
As usual it has been an interesting week for the Montreal Canadiens and their
Following the Canadiens' 1965 Stanley Cup win. From left: Bobby Rousseau, Henri Richard, Jim Roberts, Red Berenson, Jean Béliveau, coach Toe Blake, Jean-Guy Talbot, Yvan Cournoyer and Dick
It was a rough week for the Canadiens, who were able to snap a three-game losing streak on Wednesday night with a 2-1 overtime win over the Florida