Off The Hook presents second Habs-focused fashion line

Montreal-based retailer and fashion house Off The Hook is launching its second Canadiens-inspired fashion line. The collection showcases branded shirts, a mixed-materials bomber jacket, patches, logo tees and miscellaneous accessories based on the Habs’ colours and brand. Angelo Destounis, co-owner […]

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About last night …

Oh well, you can't win 'em all. I don't remember who said that first. Yogi Berra? Stephen Harper? Even the most delusion fan didn't expect the Montreal Canadiens to go 80-2 this


Game Day Report: Habs move Devante Smith-Pelly up to second line

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Canadiens’ Byron showing good things can come in small packages

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE At 5-foot-8 and 158 pounds, the Canadiens' Paul Byron is used to hearing people tell him he's too small. “Every year of my life," Byron said


About last night …

Where do you start with the superlatives? Granted, the Winnipeg Jets were playing the second game of a back-to-back on the road and had to travel from Columbus to

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Game Day Report: Canadiens’ Carey Price sidelined with lower-body injury

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE The Canadiens announced on Sunday morning that goaltender Carey Price will be out for a week with a lower-body injury and that Dustin

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The Morning After: Canadiens’ Weise looking like the ‘Dutch Gretzky’ again

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE During the 2012-13 NHL lockout, Dale Weise went to the Netherlands and played for the Tilburg Trappers. In 19 games with the Trappers,


About last night …

It's past midnight on the second of a back-to-back. This will be the Paul Byron edition of ALN: Short and sweet. Your Montreal Canadiens did not play well in Edmonton

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The Morning After: Habs’ Pacioretty embarrassed by loss to Oilers

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About last night …

Thud! That sound you heard rolling across the country from northern Alberta was your Montreal Canadiens falling back to earth. Your previously unbeaten heroes are 0-for-western Canada. And after blowing a