Price gets call over Huet for Panthers

Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau announced today that Carey Price will start tomorrow vs. the Florida Panthers at the Bell Centre, getting the nod for his good work of late.

Cristobal Huet, who backed up Price Saturday vs. Toront

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Koivu’s leadership on show vs. Toronto

Saku Koivu's two goals Saturday carried the Canadiens over the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Bell Centre.
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It had been nearly 13 1/2 games, elapsed

Leafs seething; Bulldogs’ Bonneau a call away

The Toronto Maple Leafs are seething over Andrei Kostitsyn's check of Brian McCabe Saturday night, which resulted in McCabe's broken hand and extended stay

One-on-One: Chipchura taking it all in

Canadiens' Kyle Chipchura at close quarters Saturday night with Toronto defenceman Hal Gill.
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In this week's One-on-One, The Gazette's Kevin Mio sits

Koivu breaks out of slump

Canadiens captain Saku Koivu had been in a prolonged slump before scoring a pair against the Maple Leafs on Saturday night, and they couldn't have come at a

Game 32: Canadiens whip Leafs, end home skid

Updated on Sunday with links to Red Fisher's game story. Updated with dressing-room audio

Linesman Vaughn Rody jokes with Canadiens' Sergei Kostitsyn after the two collided along the

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 from

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