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Price takes one for the team

The following is from Pat Hickey's Standing Pat column in today's Montreal Gazette:
There was a scary moment at the Canadiens' practice yesterday when captain Saku Koivu unleashed

Latendresse licks his wounds in doghouse

The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports that Guillaume Latendresse appears to be in coach Guy Carbonneau's doghouse after some inconsistent outings this season. Latendresse will be a healthy scratch

Fisher’s Top 10 trades: No. 1, Guy Lafleur

The Gazette's Red Fisher concludes his list of the Canadiens' Top 10 trades today. His top pick is a trade that secured the rights to the Oakland Seals'

PuckCast Vol. 2, No. 3 [Podcast]

Your regular cast is back for Inside/Out's third weekly PuckCast – Pat Hickey, Dave Stubbs, I/O blogger Mike Boone and moderator/referee Kevin Mio discuss the benching tonight of forwards Steve

Yikes! Is Habs Fan Club co-captain paying his dues?

Rewind to Maxim Lapierre, being used liberally by the Canadiens as their francophone marketing face leading into this season. Lapierre was sent to Hamilton, where's he tearing

Latendresse unlikely to dress vs. Panthers

Guillaume Latendresse
Seat in the press box?

Guillaume Latendresse, struggling with just two shots on goal through four games this season, did not practise this morning with the Canadiens'

Fisher’s Top 10 trades: No. 2, Ken Dryden

The Gazette's Red Fisher continues his look at the Top 10 trades in Canadiens' history. At No. 2 is the trade that brought the rights for Ken

Didier (Cannonball) Pitre, first Canadiens player ever signed, reminds of the Flying Frenchmen who are no more

Canadiens legend Didier Pitre

The Canadiens lost their 2007-08 home opener at the Bell Centre Saturday night, dropping a 3-1 game with an effort far outclassed

Timmins has a great eye for talent

Gazette sports editor Stu Cowan has a piece about Canadiens scout Trevor Timmins, the man responsible for the number of good prospects in the organization.

Cowan writes: The