Latendresse unlikely to dress vs. Panthers

Guillaume Latendresse
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Guillaume Latendresse, struggling with just two shots on

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Fisher’s Top 10 trades: No. 2, Ken Dryden

The Gazette's Red Fisher continues his look at the Top 10 trades in Canadiens' history. At No. 2 is the trade that brought the rights for Ken

Didier (Cannonball) Pitre, first Canadiens player ever signed, reminds of the Flying Frenchmen who are no more

Canadiens legend Didier Pitre
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The Canadiens lost their 2007-08 home opener at the Bell Centre Saturday night, dropping a 3-1 game with an effort far outclassed

Timmins has a great eye for talent

Gazette sports editor Stu Cowan has a piece about Canadiens scout Trevor Timmins, the man responsible for the number of good prospects in the organization.

Cowan writes: The

One-on-one: Nobody scares Komisarek

Editor's note: This is the first in what will be a regular feature as The Gazette's Kevin Mio sits down one-on-one with members of the Canadiens - and

Fisher’s Top 10 trades: No. 3, Patrick Roy

The Gazette's Red Fisher continues his look at the Top 10 trades in Canadiens' history. At No. 3 is a trade that resulted in the drafting of one

Game 4: Ward, Hurricanes dominate Habs in home opener

Canadiens' Patrice Brisebois (let) celebrates with teammate Christopher Higgins after Higgins's goal.
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Tonight’s Game in Photos

Photos of tonight's game vs. The Carolina Hurricanes from the camera of Gazette Photographer Dave Sidaway.

Montreal Canadiens goaltender Cristobal Huet is pushed into the net by the Carolina

Carbonneau wary of ‘Canes wide-open style of play

The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that the Carolina Hurricanes play an aggressive game that relies on puck control and they have done plenty of that during their

Fisher’s Top 10 trades: No. 4, John Ferguson

The Gazette's Red Fisher continues his look at the Top 10 trades in Canadiens' history. At No. 4 is John Ferguson, whom the Canadiens bought from Cleveland