Detailed Canadiens scoring through 10 games

Scoring and goaltending for the Canadiens, game by game, heading into tonight’s match.

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PuckCast Volume 2, Number 5 [Podcast]

Your Inside/Out PuckCast panel – Pat Hickey, Dave Stubbs, Mike Boone and host Kevin Mio – are back with your fifth weekly installment. On tap: goalie Carey Price's

Audio: A visit to the Thrashers dressing room

The Gazette's Pat Hickey dropped in to the Atlanta Thrashers dressing room following their morning skate:

Rookie Bryan Little on playing with Ilya Kovalchuk and Marian Hossa. Clip

Bouillon out day to day with ailing shoulder

Defenceman Francis Bouillon takes a seat tonight, listed as day to day with a left shoulder injury suffered Saturday in Pittsburgh upon being hit by the Penguins' Sergei

Price to start against Thrashers

*Updated with a link to Pat Hickey's story in today's Gazette* Goaltender

Carey Price will be between the pipes on Tuesday night when the Atlanta Thrashers visit the

Former Habs goalie Leighton wins weekly AHL award

Albany River Rats goaltender Michael Leighton, acquired by the Canadiens last season as an insurance policy that was never needed, yesterday was named the Rbk/AHL player

PuckCast Vol. 2, No. 5 [Podcast]

Your Inside/Out PuckCast panel – Pat Hickey, Dave Stubbs, Mike Boone and host Kevin Mio – are back with your fifth weekly installment. On tap: goalie Carey Price's start tonight

Bouillon rediscovers form from 2005-06

The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that Canadiens defenceman Francis Bouillon appreas to be back to playing the way he did in 2005-06 when he recorded a career-high

“Official” Habs Fan Summit photos available here

Courtesy of Gazette photographer Tyrel Featherstone, who climbed a stepladder to set this up while yelling (politely) at passers-by to keep out of the frame, I'm posting two

Former Canadien Rivet still a leader, in San Jose

While the Canadiens were winning back-to-back games Friday and Saturday, former Montreal defenceman Craig Rivet's San Jose Sharks were dropping two straight. Still a leader in the dressing