Let’s get physical: Habs open training camp

The Canadiens officially opened training camp Thursday in Brossard with players going through medical and physical testing, including the dreaded beep test. The Gazette’s Christopher Curtis describes the beep test as “the most Orwellian of physical examinations” with players running […]

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Bouillon an insurance policy at Habs’ training camp

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Veteran defenceman Francis Bouillon will be among the 64 players in Brossard Thursday morning when the Canadiens open training camp with players undergoing physical and medical testing. The first on-ice session will be Friday morning. The Gazette’s Pat Hickey reports […]

 
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Habs’ rookie camp wraps up as Scherbak gets in scrimmage

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The Canadiens’ rookie camp wrapped up Tuesday in Brossard with a final scrimmage as Team White beat Team Red 5-0. Fans attending the scrimmage got their first look at Nikita Scherbak, the Canadiens’ first-round draft pick this year who had […]

 

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Habs will retire Guy Lapointe’s No. 5 on Nov. 8 at Bell Centre

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Odds against a Habs rookie cracking lineup this season

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The Canadiens rookie camp opens Friday morning in Brossard with 41 players going through off-ice physicals and fitness testing before hitting the ice for the first time on Saturday. There were 44 players invited to the camp, but three of […]

 

AUDIO: Former Habs captain Saku Koivu announces his retirement

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Former Canadiens captain Saku Koivu officially announced his retirement on Wednesday after playing 18 seasons in the NHL.

 
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