Latendresse out, Ryder in, Halak farmed

Andrei Kostitsyn
Cleared to play

Canadiens forward Guillaume Latendresse will miss tonight’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs with an upper-body injury, returning Michael Ryder to the lineup fro

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Game Day: Whose home game is this, really?

The Gazette's Dave Stubbs files two reports in advance of tonight's Canadiens-Toronto Maple Leafs game in Montreal:

The usual mob of raucous Maple Leafs fans

Oh, brother: Clarifying siblings of the Canadiens

One of my favourite people with the Canadiens is Carl Lavigne, the team's manager of history and archives. We share a love of the game that was played

Audio: On the eve of the Maple Leafs

A little sound from the dressing room post-practice on Friday afternoon:

Canadiens captain Saku Koivu on the team's troubles at home, playing with Sergei Kostitsyn and Koivu's own goal-scoring

Keeping track of Koivu’s wingers

The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that Sergei Kostitsyn, who made his NHL debut on Thursday night, became the seventh player to line up as a right-winger

Habs bully Broad Streeters

The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports from Philadelphia after Thursday night's win that the Canadiens improved to 2-0 against the Flyers this season after a 4-1 win,

Season’s greetings from the Canadiens

Updated with high-resolution card 

All they want for Christmas is a win at home, a win at home, a win at home...

And after tonight's 4-1 defeat of the Flyers

Game 31: Canadiens roll over Flyers 4-1

Canadiens defenceman Mike Komisarek congratulates goaltender Carey Price after tonight's victory over the Flyers in Philadephia.
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Are Kostitsyn brothers the lucky 13th?

The Canadiens calculate that Andrei and Sergei Kostitsyn tonight become the 13th brothers to play for the club. Here's the team's release with information probably dug up by

Ryder sits, younger Kostitsyn on the first line

Sergei Kostitsyn will make his NHL debut on Thursday night in Philadelphia playing on the Canadiens' first line with Saku Koivu and Christopher Higgins. Michael Ryder will watch