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PuckCast, Vol. 6., No. 4 [Podcast]

ShareWith the Canadiens starting a stretch of six games in 11 nights on Tuesday with a Bell Centre visit by the Edmonton Oilers, The Gazette’s Dave Stubbs, Pat Hickey and Mike Boone sat down with Kevin Mio to discuss the […]

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PuckCast, Vol. 6., No. 3 [Podcast]

Four games into the regular season, the Canadiens have only one win and face a tough schedule in the coming week. The Gazette's Pat Hickey, Dave Stubbs, Mike Boone

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PuckCast, Vol. 6., No. 1 [Podcast]

The Canadiens get down to business on Friday with physicals ahead of Saturday’s opening strides of training camp on the ice of their practice facility in Brossard. New faces

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PuckCast, Vol. 5., No. 6 [Podcast]

The Canadiens and Bruins meet in the postseason for the 33rd time in their respective histories starting on Thursday in Boston. The rivalry heated up this season with Zdeno

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PuckCast, Vol. 5., No. 5 [Podcast]

The Canadiens might be riding a five-game winning streak, but all the talk today is about Zdeno Chara’s hit on Max Pacioretty on Tuesday night. Pacioretty’s head was

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Koivu news conference

Here's the Saku Koivu news conference on our PuckCast

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Puckcast Vol. 5, No. 4

Very low-tech: no bells, no whistles, no moderator Kevin Mio with his fancy mixing board, a hum from the Bell Centre's Jacques Beauchamp Media Lounge overhead lights that

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PuckCast, Vol. 5., No. 3 [Podcast]

It is a month into the NHL’s regular season and the Canadiens are in first place in the Northeast Division and survived the first part of a tough

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PuckCast, Vol. 5., No. 2 [Podcast]

The Canadiens are set to open the home portion of their schedule Wednesday night with a visit from the Tampa Bay Lightning. Montreal split its first two games on

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PuckCast, Vol. 5., No. 1 [Podcast]

The Canadiens are set to open training camp this weekend as they prepare for the 2010-11 season. With Carey Price as the undisputed No. 1 goaltender, and the