One last look at Fergy – and his softer side

Inside/Out reader Larry Purdy of Paradise, Newfoundland, sends along this cherished clipping he’s had for years, probably from Star Weekly, a Saturday supplement in the Montreal Star. For all of the rough stuff for which John Ferguson was famous,

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Hockey legends honour Ferguson

A memorial service will be held today for John Ferguson, who died last Saturday after a battle with prostate cancer, and many hockey legends will be on hand

Aebischer lands in Phoenix; Habs sign Ferland

Former Canadiens goaltender David Aebischer has been given a new lease on life in the NHL after a sub-par season with the Habs.

The Swiss netminder signed a one-year

First (annual?) Habs Inside/Out event in Montreal

Our website has been in business going on a year, and we're proud that it's become the first stop on the Internet for many Canadiens fans in search

Canadiens re-sign six players

The Canadiens announced this morning the signing of a half dozen players to new contracts. They are defencemen Josh Gorges, Jean-Philippe Coté and Andrew Archer, goaltender Yann Danis,

Subban hasn’t stopped smiling

P.K. Subban made a good first impression with his positive attitude when the Canadiens drafted him in the second round last month, and the prospect has kept on

Pacioretty is eager to improve his skills

The Canadiens second pick in the first round last month, Max Pacioretty, is a little older than Ryan McDonagh, the Habs' other first-round selection, but you wouldn't know

Rest in peace, Fergy: Cancer claims Canadiens great

John Ferguson: The one and only, battling in front of New York Rangers goalie Gilles Villemure.
Courtesy B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame

Hardrock Canadiens forward John Ferguson, a five-time

Fischer learned some tough lessons at university

David Fischer, the Canadiens first-round selection in 2006, was living a dream after being drafted by the Habs and named Mr. Hockey in Minnesota. But during his season

Souray’s leadership can be replaced, Latendresse says

Guillaume Latendresse says he will miss Sheldon Souray now that the defenceman has signed with the Edmonton Oilers, but said his role in the locker room can be