The Gazette’s Pat Hickey writes that the Philadelphia Flyers held true to their reputation so far this season with several ugly incident
Kitchener Rangers' Yannick Weber, the Swiss-native defenceman drafted in the third round (73rd overall) by the Canadiens back in June, on Wednesday was named the
Canadiens goalie Cristobal Huet stones Flyers' Scott Hartnell on this scoring attempt.
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Canadiens' Mike Komisarek tangles with Hartnell during first-period action. Komisarek
Photos of tonight’s game vs. Philadelphia Flyers by Gazette photographer Tyrel Featherstone.
Montreal Canadiens Kyle Chipchura left, chase after Philadelphia Flyers Daniel Briere in regular season action
The Canadiens today announced their tribute to their three most successful general managers – Tommy Gorman, Frank Selke Sr. and Sam Pollock – with celebrations of their tenures
Audio from the Canadiens gathered after today's morning skate at the Bell Centre, a few hours before the Habs take on the Philadelphia Flyers:
Michael Ryder on his
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In the eyes of some in Quebec, Saku Koivu is less than an ideal captain of the Canadiens unless he speaks
Plante's first mask, a crude fibreglass model fashioned in Montreal, is held in the hand of the goaler himself.
Thursday marks the 48th anniversary of Canadiens goaltender
This is from Manny Almela on Canadiens.com.
Behind the strength of his 31-save night, Carey Price earned the game’s No. 1 star and passed Tomas Plekanec to claim
The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that the Canadiens didn't give rookie goaltender Carey Price much help during his Bell Centre debut last night, with only two shots