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A look at how Habs’ draft picks are progressing

PAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE SUNRISE, Fla. — The Canadiens’ philosophy has been to build through the draft and the team has fared well in the National Hockey League’s annual grab bag of talent. The Canadiens selected 10 of their current players […]

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Habs’ Price a good bet for multiple awards in Las Vegas

DAVE STUBBS MONTREAL GAZETTE An admittedly offbeat fact, should Canadiens goaltender Carey Price be announced as winner of either the Hart or Vézina trophy at the NHL awards gala on

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Agent Larionov says Galchenyuk and family wouldn’t accept his advice

PAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE SUNRISE, Fla. — It was one of those good news, bad news days for Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin. On the plus side, Bergevin’s status as one of

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Habs’ Galchenyuk reported to have fired agent; GM Bergevin part of Team Canada for World Cup

Contract talks between the Canadiens and forward Alex Galchenyuk have been put on hold after the player fired his agent, according to Renaud Lavoie of TVA

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Don’t expect to see Phil Kessel in a Habs uniform

PAT HICKEY MONTREAL GAZETTE SUNRISE, Fla. — Phil Kessel is on the trading block and ESPN’s Pierre Lebrun reports that the Toronto Maple Leafs sniper has listed Montreal as one of

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A Q&A with Canadiens’ Tomas Plekanec

The Montreal Gazette’s Dave Stubbs sat down with NHL veteran Tomas Plekanec to discuss a variety of topics. Here’s the Q&A:

Q: So how do you pronounce your name? A: PLEK-a-nets

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Canadiens release next season’s exhibition schedule

Two days after the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning to win the Stanley Cup, the Canadiens released their exhibition schedule for next season on Wednesday. The Canadiens

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Habs sign centre Mitchell to three-year, $3.6-million deal

Greenfield Park's Torrey Mitchell can put down some roots with his three-year contract signed Monday. Getty Images Team release:

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Monday evening that the team has

Nathan Beaulieu in his 2011 NHL entry-draft portrait. He was chosen seventh overall by the Habs.

Extended another two years, Beaulieu ready to embrace bigger role

Nathan Beaulieu in his 2011 NHL entry-draft portrait. He was chosen 17th overall by the Habs. Nick Laham/Getty Images • AUDIO: Nathan Beaulieu conference call Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin


Subban surprises Montreal kids by stopping to play ball hockey

STU COWAN MONTREAL GAZETTE Aaron Fraser thought his two boys were playing a practical joke on him Sunday afternoon. It was around 4:30 p.m. when 14-year-old Gabriel came running into the family's