Goalie Price wins Molson Cup for October

Goaltender Carey Price is the winner of the Canadiens’ Molson Cup award, based on three-star selections, for the month of October.

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Bouillon still out; Huet, Ryder in

Francis Bouillon will not play tonight, the Canadiens announced after this morning's skate, as he continues to recover from a shoulder injury.

It will be Cristobal Huet between the

A few stats heading into Buffalo game

A few statistics to digest before tonight's game: A look at how the Canadiens and Sabres match

Ryder seeks cure for ailing start

Canadiens' mostly first-line forward Michael Ryder figures hard work and more shots on goal will turn the tide and get him back on the scoresheet, where he had

Shooting more, thinking less might cure what ails Ryder

Canadiens' mostly first-line forward Michael Ryder figures hard work and more shots on goal will turn the tide and get him back on the scoresheet, where he had

Audio: Quiet day at the Bell Centre

A quiet day at the Bell Centre, with players reporting for off-ice conditioning work on a rare Sunday workday, with the Buffalo Sabres in town for a Monday

Audio: Carbo, Bouillon, Ryder on a quiet day at the rink

A quiet day at the Bell Centre, with players reporting for off-ice conditioning work on a rare Sunday workday, with the Buffalo Sabres in town for a Monday

Passion for game drives Higgins

As part of a new regular feature in The Gazette, Kevin Mio sits down with Christopher Higgins for a one-on-one conversation that deals with everything from Montreal

Koivu comes to Ryder’s defence

The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports that there were plenty of questions being asked in the locker room last night about Michael Ryder's struggles this season, but Canadiens

Toronto’s big guns boom at Bell Centre

The Gazette's Red Fisher writes that there is no secret behind why the Toronto Maple Leafs were able to leave Montreal with a 3-2 win on Saturday