One-on-one: Inside Bouillon’s small frame lies a big heart

Growing up, Francis Bouillon idolized Bruins superstar defenceman Ray Bourque. Photograph by: ELSA, GETTY IMAGES

Canadiens defenceman Francis Bouillon has had to deal with his fair share of adversity over the years.

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Update: Demoted Locke eyes another chance

On Friday, the Canadiens announced that forward Corey Locke had been returned to the AHL's Hamilton Bulldogs. Locke made his NHL debut during Tuesday night's game against Chicago,

Game 44: Flat Canadiens outclassed by Rangers

Links updated Sunday 6:40 a.m. 

New York Rangers' Petr Prucha beats Canadiens goalie Cristobal Huet up under the crossbar for the home team's third of four goals.
Mike Stobe,

Markov will be only Hab at All-Star Game

The NHL has announced the Eastern Conference roster for the 2008 All-Star Game in Atlanta and the only Hab on the roster is defenceman Andrei Markov, who was

Game 43: Habs earn Dandy 5-2 win over Bruins

Updated at 10:38 p.m. with Carbo audio, new photo

Canadiens' Mathieu Dandenault celebrates the first of his two third-period goals against Boston tonight.
Adam Hunger, Reuters

Lineups

Smolinski in, Kostopoulos, Locke out vs. Bruins

Pat Hickey reports from Boston that Bryan Smolinski will return to the lineup tonight, having missed 14 games with a knee injury, to centre Mark Streit and Mathieu

On the farm with Price, Chipchura

Interesting piece by John Kernaghan in today's Hamilton Spectator on Carey Price and Kyle

The market for goaltenders

The league-leading Detroit Red Wings have signed Chris Osgood to a three-year extension.

Osgood, 35, is 19-2-1 this season. He leads the NHL in GAA, 1.68, and save percentage,

PuckCast, Vol. 2, No. 12 [Podcast]

The Canadiens have entered 2008 on a positive note having survived the six-game holiday road trip without falling into a deep funk. They have even found a way

Game 42: Habs’ Latendresse bags OT winner

Chicago Blackhawks great Bobby Hull is flanked by Canadiens Hall of Famers Guy Lafleur (left) and Yvan Cournoyer before last night's game.
Christinne Muschi, Reuters

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