The legends who will welcome Gainey, Robinson

Bob Gainey and Larry Robinson will join a very select group this coming season when their No. 23 and No. 19 jerseys are retired. Courtesy of the Canadiens’ 2006-07 media guide, here’s a look at all of the Habs – save No. 18 Serge Savard and No. 29

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Flash! Someone thinks the Canadiens have improved

E.J. Hradek of ESPN thinks the Canadiens are a better team this season, saying they're improved because of their

Noise/Bruit: Brière wasn’t promised first-line status with Habs

La Presse is reporting that Daniel Brière snubbed the Canadiens this offseason because Bob Gainey would not guarantee him a spot on the team's No. 1 line.


Future could be now for Price, other prospects

Canadiens goaltending prospect Carey Price is described as the team's goaltender of the future, but he might advance that timeline somewhat based on his performance during the next

Koivu sets the record straight

Canadiens captain Saku Koivu sat down with The Gazette's Red Fisher to clear the air over the recent controversy surrounding comments he made in La Presse last

Hamrlik ready to take on a new challenge

Roman Hamrlik isn't worried about being compared to Sheldon Souray, so much so that he has even taken Souray's old No. 44, Presse Canadienne reports.

"It's the

Canadiens announce rookie camp attendees

The Canadiens have announced the list of players that will take part in the team's rookie camp starting this Saturday at the Bell Centre.

In all, 27 prospects will

Robinson, Gainey to have numbers retired

The Canadiens will honour two more of their greats this season as they continue preparations for the club's centennial celebration in 2009. In the coming months, the

Robinson, Gainey as we knew them in the CH

Canadiens collector Erle Schneidman, he of the fine, shares these official Canadiens picture postcard images of Larry Robinson and Bob Gainey from 1973-74 and 1974-75.

Bob Gainey,

Decision to play in Montreal was easy, newest Habs say

The Gazette's Pat Hickey spoke with three of the newest Canadiens yesterday at the team's annual golf tournament and they all said the decision to come play in