1. Montreal Canadiens: Injury News, Views, and Opinions

    Carey Price Carey Price will be back to play either on Tuesday against the Atlanta Thrashers or Wednesday facing the New Jersey Devils. He'll also be part of the starting line up on Sunday during the All-Star Game held in Montreal...

    Daniel Arouchian Written by Daniel Arouchian about over 5 years ago 358 reads 7 comments

  2. The Montreal Canadiens Are on a Roll Going to the All-Star Game

    Even after a comeback, the Ottawa Senators couldn't beat the injury stricken Montreal Canadiens. Key players like Carey Price, Saku Koivu, and Alex Tanguay were still out of the line up at last night's game that the Habs won 5-4 in shootout...

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  3. Jaroslav Halak of the Montreal Canadiens Is a Winner

    Jaroslav Halak will have his eighth start tonight against the Ottawa Senators. He has a record of 5-2 with a GAA of 3.33 since Carey Price's injury. He knows his days are numbered...

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  4. Montreal Canadiens: Vincent Lecavalier Update and Injury News

    Saku Koivu and Carey Price did not skate at today's practice. Both players are still out with ankle injuries. If Price doesn't play before the NHL All Star Game, Montreal head coach Guy Carbonneau would recommend to Price not to attend the game...

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  5. NHL: Players and Fans Have Fun

    This is my first slideshow. It shows a few pictures of fans going overboard and some players having a good time. Who said hockey wasn't a fun sport? Both the fans and players always seem to have a good time! As always feel free to comment...

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  6. In Good Shape The Montreal Canadiens Look Forward

    General Manager Bob Gainey met with the press earlier today.He's satisfied with the team. Looking at the numbers I can understand why. We're halfway in the NHL season and the Habs are in excellent shape...

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  7. Guy Carbonneau to the All-Star Game if Canadiens Win Against Capitals

    Boston Bruins head coach Claude Julien will lead the 2009 Eastern All Star Team. For now, the assistant coach is still unknown. The position will go to the Washington Capitals head coach, Bruce Boudreau, or Montreal Canadiens head coach, Guy Charbonneau..

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  8. Montreal Canadiens: Top 10 Reasons Why They Are Unique

    Here's a top 10 list as to why the Montreal Canadiens are different than the other teams in the NHL. Feel free to add your own in your comment. 10. No need for ice girls or cheerleaders to get the crowd going...

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  9. Montreal Canadiens are Deserving of Presence in the All-Star Game

    All four of the Montreal Canadiens players are more than deserving to be part of the starting lineup at this year's All-Star Game in Montreal. The game will include Kovalev, Price, Markov, and Komisarek...

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  10. Happy New Year Bleacher Creatures of The Montreal Canadiens Community

    To all the Bleacher Creatures in the Montreal Canadiens Community I wish you Happy New Year. May 2009 bring you and your loved ones everything you wish for and may the Montreal Canadiens bring ...

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  11. Wanted For 2009: 25th Stanley Cup For The Montreal Canadiens

    Dear Montreal Canadiens, May the New Year bring no injuries, lots of goals, and a 25th Stanley Cup. We want to find excuses to miss work in order to go on the parade on Ste-Catherine street...

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  12. Chris Nilan: One of the Toughest Enforcers of the Montreal Canadiens and the NHL

    Born on February 9th, 1958, in Boston, MA, Chris Nilan wasn't known for his stick handling or his soft hands. Nicknamed “Knuckles,” Nilan was drafted 231st overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1978 NHL Entry Draft...

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  13. Sheldon Souray: An Important Asset to Both the Canadiens and Oilers.

    Born on July 13, 1976 in Elk Point Alberta, Sheldon Souray is one of the few Metis players in the NHL and also has one of the hardest shots in the NHL...

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  14. Will Alexei Kovalev Be Back With the Montreal Canadiens?

    At the end of the current season Alexei Kovalev will become a free agent. Does he deserve a new contract? It's no secret that Kovalev could play better than the way he's been playing so far, ...

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  15. Bob Gainey: Montreal Canadiens Fans Wait for His Next Move

    As the March 3rd, 2009 deadline approaches, Montreal Canadiens fans are wondering what General Manager Bob Gainey will do this season. I'm curious about your opinion...

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  16. NHL Players Say the Darndest Things

    "All hockey players are bilingual. They know English and profanity."Gordie Howe "I'm not dumb enough to be a goalie." Brett Hull "I have to thank the guy who fired me because he was also the guy who hired me...

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  17. Jacques Lemaire: Another Montreal Canadiens Legend

    Born in LaSalle, Quebec on Sept. 7, 1945, Jacques Lemaire's career spanned over 12 years. From 1967 to 1979, the only team he ever played for was the Montreal Canadiens...

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  18. Jean Perron Says the Darndest Things

    Jean Perron coached the Montreal Canadiens from 1985 to 1988. He was the head coach when Montreal won the Stanley Cup in 1986. He also coached the Quebec Nordiques during the 1988-89 season...

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  19. Montreal Canadiens-Philadelphia Flyers: Habs Look To Bounce Back Tonight

    After a frustrating game against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Habs are back in Montreal for tonight's game against the Flyers. The defence core will enjoy the return of Mike Komisarek who was absent since November 13,2008 with a shoulder injury...

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  20. Montreal Canadiens Face Hurricane Warning in Carolina

    No surprise, Habs coach Guy Carbonneau won't be changing the lines for tonight's game against the Carolina Hurricanes. Here's the lineup for tonight's game...

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  21. Scotty Bowman: One of the Many Builders of the Montreal Canadiens

    Before the 1971-72 season, Scotty Bowman was hired by then GM Sam Pollock to coach the Montreal Canadiens. He guided the Habs to five Stanley Cups with eight playoffs appearances...

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  22. Are Guy Carbonneau's Days Numbered with the Montreal Canadiens?

    Nothing's working for the Montreal Canadiens. The once feared power play the Habs had last season is non-existent this year...

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  23. Breaking News: Jaroslav Halak Joins Cirque Du Soleil

    Montreal Canadiens goaltender Jaroslav Halak decided to join the world renowned Cirque Du Soleil after his performance against the Tampa Bay lightning Thursday night...

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  24. Matt D'Agostini: Young Player With a Big Heart

    Matt D'Agostini was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in a sixth round choice, 190th overall in 2005. His first official NHL game was on November 28, 2008 against the Buffalo Sabres...

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  25. My Memories Of The Montreal Canadiens

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