PuckCast, Vol. 2, No. 14 [Podcast]

This week you’ve got The Gazette’s all-star PuckCast lineup of Pat Hickey at centre and Dave Stubbs and Mike Boone on the wings, with Kevin Mio in nets. So we have no defence – kind of like the Boston Bruins at the Bell Centre last night.

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Ninety candles for Canadiens legend Lach

Canadiens Hall of Famer Elmer Lach, centreman for Hector (Toe) Blake and Maurice (Rocket) Richard on the legendary Punch Line of the 1940s, turned 90

Game 48: Canadiens dominate Bruins – again

Links updated Wednesday 6:20 am

Canadiens captain Saku Koivu (11) congratulates linemate Michael Ryder on the latter's first-period goal.
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Audio: Canadiens prepare for Bruins

Morning-skate audio gathered as the Canadiens prepared for tonight's Bell Centre game against the Boston Bruins:

Forward Christopher Higgins on home ice and being reunited tonight with

Tough break – two, in fact – for Breezer

An MRI Monday showed two broken bones in the left foot of defenceman Patrice Brisebois, who is on the ice for today's morning skate regardless though obviously not

Gervais gives Habs the gears, and much more

Canadiens equipment manager Pierre Gervais, photographed yesterday in the team's Bell Centre dressing room with his assistants (from left) Richard Généreux, Pierre (Steamer) Ouellette and Pat Langlois.

Prospect watch: NCAA talent doing just fine

The Canadiens have drafted a plethora of NCAA players in recent years and with the success of players like Christopher Higgins and Mike Komisarek, Habs fans have reason

Video shows Kovalev’s stickhandling prowess

It's no secret that Alex Kovalev has some of the best stickhandling moves in the league and one of the most accurate shots around. Canadiens fans have often

Ryder reunited with Koivu, Higgins

If today's practice is any indication, Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau is moving Michael Ryder back onto a line with Saku Koivu and Christopher Higgins for tomorrow night's

Komisarek makes a physical statement

Canadiens defenceman Andrei Markov might be the Hab headed to next weekend's All-Star Game in Atlanta, but fellow blueliner Mike Komisarek is making a