T-Day arrives: Will Builder Bob make a deal?

By 3 p.m. ET this afternoon, or shortly thereafter, we’ll know the lineup the Canadiens will take forward in the final push toward the playoffs.

The NHL’s trading deadline, which has taken on

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Photos: Part of Habs practice facility collapses

A large portion of a planned indoor soccer field at the Canadiens' state-of-the-art practice facility, under construction in Brossard on Montreal's South Shore, collapsed this afternoon

Audio: Hossa on trade-deadline madness

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Maybe or maybe not a Thrasher tomorrow night

Marian Hossa of the Atlanta Thrashers speaks at the Bell Centre this afternoon, commenting that he knows

Updated audio: Price gets start vs. Thrashers

The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports from the Bell Centre after today's Canadiens practice that Guy Carbonneau will go with Carey Price in goal tomorrow vs. the Atlanta Thrashers.


Loyalty buys Sundin abuse of Leafs fans

A tale of two captains: how would Habs fans react if Koivu made the same call as Sundin?
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You can't win: Mats Sundin, one

Habs, Sens seem to be leading Hossa lottery

The Canadiens and Ottawa Senators might be leading the race for prized Atlanta Thrasher Marian Hossa, according to Bob McKenzie. And the well-plugged-in TSN commentator thinks

It’s time to focus on defence: Kovalev

Canadiens sniper Alex Kovalev says the Canadiens must tighten up defensively and stop coughing up so many goals. And defenceman Mike Komisarek, used sparingly Saturday against

NHL trade deadline: Q & A

As the trade deadline of 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Feb. 26 approaches, the National Hockey League has prepared the following Q & A for media. We share

Gainey’s No. 23 joins retired Habs legends

Updated Sunday 11:08 a.m.

Bob Gainey watches his banner rise to the rafters of the Bell Centre during Saturday's number-retirement ceremony.
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One-on-One: Dandenault happy to come home

Coming into his third season with the Canadiens, Mathieu Dandenault had to adapt his game to maintain his spot on the roster and he has done so, making