Baseball great Lasorda loves his Montreal hockey

Baseball Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda was exposed to some great hockey while pitching for the International League’s Montreal Royals in the 1950s, the farm club o

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Canadiens’ 2007-08 schedule, ready to print

Below is the Canadiens' 2007-08 regular-season schedule, suitable for printing.


Canadiens play six pre-season games in seven days

You know the NHL season is lurking around the block, if not just around the corner, when the NHL releases its pre-season schedule.

The Canadiens play eight times,

Plekanec will feel at home, again, in Canadiens’ No. 14

Here is Tomas Plekanec's No. 14 Hamilton Bulldogs jersey, worn before he settled in with the Canadiens.

From today's Gazette, on Plekanec switching to uniform No. 14 from No.

Looking back at Roch Carrier’s beloved Hockey Sweater

Roch Carrier
A genius of his craft

Any serious Montreal Canadiens fan knows, and loves, novelist and and short-story writer Roch Carrier's timeless 1979 classic The Hockey Sweater.

Carrier's

Canadiens’ official all-time sweater-number list

Because you asked: Courtesy of the Canadiens' 2006-07 media guide, here is the team's official list of sweater numbers through the years. These seven pages from the guide

Plekanec less than half the player he was – jersey-wise

Canadiens' Gerry Carson and Johnny (Black Cat) Gagnon, who respectively wore the No. 14 in 1929-30 and 1930-33, long before it was claimed this year by Tomas Plekanec.

Gillett concludes partnership deal with Evernham Motorsports

Kasey Kahne (left), driver of the No. 9 Dodge Dealers/UAW Dodge, celebrates with team owner Ray Evernham after winning the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Samsung/RadioShack 500 at

Former Canadien Juneau to coach, educate Inuit

Former Canadien Joé Juneau has taken up a coaching job in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik, where he will lead a push to improve hockey facilities, and to provide education

Devils’ Brodeur: Watch out for the Habs car

In another stretch for Habs Inside/Out, but it is hockey-related: Montreal native and New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur is at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for this afternoon's NASCAR