Game 35: Thrashers edge Habs in shootout

Updated Sunday 6:20 am ET with new links, Carbonneau audio

Canadiens’ Cristobal Huet is cleanly beaten by Atlanta Thrashers’ Marian Hossa for a shootout goal.
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Game 34: Latendresse, Huet start trip with a win

Links updated at 6:58 am ET

Canadiens' Guillaume Latendresse (centre) celebrates the second of his goals with teammates.
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Huet, Latendresse to face Capitals; Ryder sits

Here's an update from Washington.

Cristobal Huet starts in goal after Carey Price had started seven consecutive games.

Michael Ryder sits while Guillaume Latendresse will be back in

Canadiens scratch pre-trip practice

Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau scratched today's planned Verdun practice, sending his team into off-ice workouts at the Bell Centre before the club leaves this afternoon for Washington

Injury doesn’t help Huet in all-star voting

The groin injury that kept Canadiens goalie Cristobal Huet on the sidelines this month might cost him a second consecutive trip to the NHL All-Star Game.

Canadiens stumble on road out of town

Gazette coverage of last night's 3-2, what-was-that? loss by the Canadiens to the Florida Panthers, as the Habs lift anchor and depart today for a six-game road trip,

Game 33: Panthers continue dominance of Habs

Former Canadien Richard Zednik leaps to screen Habs goalie Carey Price during Florida's 3-2 Bell Centre victory tonight.
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NHL turns 90, Habs won on Opening Night

Joe Malone
Five goals on Opening Night
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Join the National Hockey League on Wednesday in blowing out 90 candles.

Audio: Same Habs lineup vs. Panthers tonight

The Canadiens take on the Florida Panthers at the Bell Centre tonight, aiming to run their winning streak to three games and carry some momentum into Washington on

Remembering Canadiens’ Little Viking

The 1983-84 rookie card of Canadiens' Mats Naslund, when O-Pee-Chee mistakenly figured the flashy forward was a defenceman.

The Little Viking was, and still is, a big man