The Gazette’s Pat Hickey writes from Moncton that Yann Danis turned in another solid outing in the Canadiens’ 3-1 loss to the New York Islanders on Wednesday night. Danis turned aside all 11 shots he faced during the second half of the game as he
The New York Islanders pelted Cristobal Huet with 17 shots in the first period tonight in Moncton, grabbing a 3-0 lead at the end of the frame. Jon
Red Fisher at the Jean Béliveau Gala, Bell Centre, March 29, 2007
Courtesy Bob Fisher (no relation), Montreal Canadiens
A good point made by an Inside/Out reader: why not
As I spoke to a number of Canadiens after practice on Tuesday, their comments to be heard in an audio post here, the same theme was replayed:
Don't miss this excellent look at the late Canadiens goalie Michel (Bunny) Larocque, by Habsworld.net's T.C.
Spector's Hockey is reporting that the San Jose Sharks have an interest in Canadiens goaltender Jaroslav Halak, but doesn't say who the Habs could potentially get in return.
Unlike many expert predictions about the Canadiens' chances this season, The Gazette's Pat Hickey expects the team to make the postseason. But, like anything in life, there's a
Canadiens defenceman Andrew Archer has a broken cheekbone and will be out indefinitely, essentially ending his training camp with the Habs. He suffered the injury in a fight
The Canadiens will play their third exhibition games in as many nights tonight, travelling to Moncton, N.B., to take on the New York Islanders.
The lineup will be similar
Goaltender Carey Price made his season debut last night when he replaced Jaroslav Halak midway through the exhibition game against the Penguins, but he allowed three goals on