Coyotes place Aebischer on waivers

The Phoenix Coyotes have put former Canadiens goalie David Aebischer on waivers. The Swiss native has made just one start this year, losing to Columbus. He has a goals-against average of 3.00 and a save percentage of .909. Aebischer is being paid

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PuckCast Vol. 2, No. 4 [Podcast]

Inside/Out's fourth weekly PuckCast has Warm Stove regulars Pat Hickey, Dave Stubbs, I/O blogger Mike Boone and moderator Kevin Mio discussing the fine play of goalie Cristobal Huet; the Canadiens'

Audio: Joy of a good power play and playing in Canada

The Gazette's Pat Hickey files this audio after today's Bell Centre practice, a day after the club's 6-1 dismantling of the Boston Bruins. The club plays next on

PuckCast Volume 2, Number 4 [Podcast]

Inside/Out's fourth weekly PuckCast has Warm Stove regulars Pat Hickey, Dave Stubbs, I/O blogger Mike Boone and moderator Kevin Mio discussing the fine play of goalie Cristobal Huet;

Smiles all around at the Bell Centre

The Gazette's Red Fisher writes this morning that everyone around the Canadiens dressing room was smiling last night after they defeated the Boston Bruins 6-1. From owner

Game 8: Canadiens crush Bruins 6-1 in dominant performance

Canadiens' Steve Bégin scores his first goal of the season, directing a pass from Tom Kostopoulos past Boston goalie Manny Fernandez.
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John Mahoney’s Gazette game photos

Photos of tonight’s game vs. the Boston Bruins from the camera of Gazette photographer John Mahoney.

Montreal Canadiens Christopher Higgins fires the puck over Boston Bruins goalie Manny Fernandez's

Milestone night for Smolinski against Bruins

Tonight's game against the Boston Bruins will be Bryan Smolinski's 1,000th NHL game, making him the second Canadien this season to reach the milestone. In an ironic twist,

Fan Summit participants: take a well-deserved bow

With nothing appearing on the police blotter, it appears that the first annual Habs Inside/Out Fan Summit was a rousing success. I'll put together a few more thoughts

No. 1 for Chipchura: Not exactly what he imagined

The Canadiens drafted Kyle Chipchura in 2004, knowing they were getting a centreman who before too long would make a name for himself in the NHL. On Saturday,