Canadiens general manager Bob Gainey met a full house of media this morning at the Bell Centre to offer a look back at the first half of his team’s season.
He also provided his own look ahead to the second half, which begins tomorrow
From left: Chicago greats Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Bill Hay and Glenn Hall during a 1964 Montreal Forum practice.
Mac Juster, Montreal Star files
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Canadiens goalie Carey Price dives in vain for the overtime goal of Washington's Mike Green, bottom right.
Christinne Muschi, Reuters
As requested, a place for fans to gather and discuss today's gold-medal game – won by Canada 3-2 in overtime over Sweden, giving the
Carey Price will be back between the pipes on Saturday when the Washington Capitals and Alexander Ovechkin visit the Bell Centre. It will be his first game since
Milt Dunnell turned 100 on Christmas Eve, 2005.
Courtesy Richard Lautens, Toronto Star
Toronto sportswriting legend Milt Dunnell – a legend well beyond that city's borders, in fact
Sergei Samsonov, who flamed out as a high-profile free-agent signing in Montreal, today was demoted by the Chicago Blackhawks to their AHL affiliate, the Rockford
Canadiens right-winger Alex Kovalev has been awarded the December portion of the Molson Cup. It's the second straight month he has won the award.
Kovalev scored four goals and
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The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports that defenceman Patrice Brisebois and forwards Steve Bégin and Bryan Smolinski were on the ice at Canadiens' practice