Mark Streit is still a bit of an unknown commodity around the NHL, but he showed off a good shot during Wednesday night’s season opener for the Canadiens, scoring a power-play goal on a one-timer from the point. While it didn’t have Sheldon Souray
While the Canadiens have already kicked off their 2007-08 season, their AHL farm club, the Hamilton Bulldogs, are still preparing for their debut on Sunday.
Hockey's Future takes a
Gone or in the American Hockey League are 10 members of the Canadiens roster since last April 7, when Montreal was bounced from the 2006-07 playoffs by the
The Canadiens cooled their heels yesterday in Toronto, awaiting Saturday's Air Canada Centre game against the Maple Leafs. Their hosts will be in an ugly mood, having lost
Opening-night rosters for all 30 NHL clubs:
Here's last night's game summary in graphic form; it can be saved as a jpg image on your computer for future reference -- and for when the Canadiens'
In his Standing Pat column, The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that the big concern coming into the season was the Canadiens' power play, but after taking seven
The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports that the Canadiens' performance on the power play Wednesday night proved that the loss of Sheldon Souray's booming point shot might not