Koivu accepts Clancy Trophy for humanitarian work

Canadiens captain Saku Koivu accepted the NHL’s King Clancy Memorial Trophy before tonight’s game in recognition of his leadership qualities on and off the ice, and the humanitarian work he does in his community.

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Habs Fan Summit arrives; join us today for the fun

From Jay Weiss:

When we first started talking back in July about getting together for a game, I put up HabsFanSummit.com to handle the logistics.

I added a countdown

Remembering Rocket Richard’s historic 500th goal

Friday is the 50th anniversary of Canadiens legend Maurice (Rocket) Richard's historic 500th goal, the first time an NHL player reached this magical plateau. Our friends in

One too many mistakes costs Habs

The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports from Ottawa after Thursday night's game that the Canadiens put up a good fight against the Senators, but they fell behind early

Game 6: Canadiens put up a fight but fall 4-3 to Senators

Canadiens' Guillaume Latendresse (second from left) is congratulated on his first-period goal by (from left) Roman Hamrlik, Tomas Plekanec and Tom Kostopoulos.
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Tonight’s Game In Photos

“Photos of tonight’s game vs. the Ottawa Senators from the camera of the Ottawa Citizen's Jean Levac.

Dany Heatley of the Ottawa Senators in the offensive zone

Kovalev faults media for time-out comment flap

It's the media's fault, Alex Kovalev says, for the latest controversy in which the Russian is embroiled. By reporting his time-out comments Tuesday night, Kovalev said today,

Murray out indefinitely with fractured right ankle

Garth Murray, having played his first game of the season on Tuesday, is now out indefinitely, having suffered a fractured right ankle during that contest against the Florida

Tanguay to Habs for Kovalev? Not according to Tanguay

Alex Tanguay
Happy in Calgary

To the RDS-fuelled rumours of Calgary Flames' Alex Tanguay being traded to Montreal for Alex Kovalev? "I'm very happy where I'm at," Tanguay

Carbonneau clears the air

The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports that Canadiens head coach Guy Carbonneau has cleared the air with veterans Alex Kovalev and Steve Bégin after a few controversies on