OK, fans, let’s hear your thoughts on tonight’s lines as pencilled out by Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau:
First line: Higgins-Plekanec-Kovalev
Second line: Kostitsyn-Grabovski-Ryder
Third line: Streit-Koivu-Smolins
Bracing for the speed of the Nashville Predators, Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau scratches forwards Steve Bégin and Tom Kostopoulos and inserts forward Mikhail Grabovski
Canadiens forward Alex Kovalev is the winner of the Molson Cup player-of-the-month for November, based on three-star selection voting.
Kovalev wins Molson Cup for
Three down, one to go: New Jersey Devils' Brian Gionta watches Zach Parisé's third goal of the game enter the Canadiens net.
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What!! Two FEWER games against the Sabres next season?
The league release:
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – The National Hockey League’s Board of Governors today approved a scheduling matrix which
Canadiens coach Guy Carbonneau has confirmed rookie goaltender Carey Price will start Friday at New Jersey.
It marks the second time this season Price has played back-to-back
The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that Alex Kovalev is on pace for a 30-goal season, something he has not done since the 2002-03 season, but the talented Russian
The Gazette's Pat Hickey found a pretty upbeat group of players in the Canadiens dressing room after practice today, 15 hours after the Habs had beaten the Toronto
Canadiens goalie Carey Price (left) accepts congratulations from teammate Cristobal Huet after Price's impressive performance.
Mike Cassese, Reuters
Look for action photos here.