1. Scandal in Montreal: Canadiens Involved in Crime?

    This morning, Montreal's La Presse newspaper had a huge scoop about three players from the Montreal Canadiens.According to La Presse, Sergei Kostitsyn, his brother Andrei Kostitsyn and defense ...

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  2. Bob Gainey Cleans House

    Montreal Canadiens' general manager Bob Gainey decided today that enough was enough. Gainey sent Sergei Kostitsyn back to the AHL with the Hamilton Bulldogs while Alex Kovalev will be scratched for the next two games of the team...

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  3. Jaroslav Halak Rewarded by Guy Carbonneau

    Montreal Canadiens' goaltender Jaroslav Halak will see action for a second game in a row tonight against the Vancouver Canucks...

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  4. One, Two, Three, Four, the Canadiens Hit the Floor

    Inspired by Feist, the Edmonton Oilers struck four times during the first period and won their game over the Montreal Canadiens at the Rexall Place by the score of 7-2...

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  5. Montreal Canadiens: Ryan Miller and Vesa Toskala Beat Carey Price.

    The Montreal Canadiens lost their last two games this week. First to the Buffalo Sabres by a score of 3-2 and again tonight, facing the Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-2...

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  6. Canadiens-Kings: Montreal Ends Losing Streak.

    This afternoon at the Bell centre, the Montreal Canadiens hosted the Los Angeles Kings. It took a lot of effort and two goals during the last two minutes of play to allow the Canadiens to win this one...

    Francois Gendron Written by Francois Gendron about over 5 years ago 57 reads 1 comments

  7. Montreal Canadiens: Bob Gainey's Dilemma

    The 2008-2009 NHL season is now in a crucial phase. For many teams who plan on being a part of the playoffs, it is now a race towards the finish line...

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  8. 2009 All-Star Skill Contest: A Memorable Evening at the Bell Centre

    Yesterday's All-Star skill contest was a total success. The fans gathered at the Bell centre in Montreal to see the NHL's finest go into a little competition.The night was entertaining from start to finish...

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  9. Montreal Canadiens: Too Little, Too Late

    The Montreal Canadiens waited too long to start playing at an acceptable level and were defeated by the Atlanta Thrashers...

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  10. NHL Northeast Division: Boston Beats Montreal 3-1

    The Boston Bruins hosted the Montreal Canadiens for a meeting atop of the NHL Northeast division.The Bruins, with a ten points lead over the Canadiens before the game, are screaming ...

    Francois Gendron Written by Francois Gendron about over 5 years ago 121 reads 7 comments

  11. Capitals-Canadiens: Montreal Scores Last and Wins

    The Montreal Canadiens hosted the Washington Capitals tonight at the Bell Centre. Both teams played yesterday, but weren't short on the spectacle tonight. An exciting high scoring affair was offered to the crowd...

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  12. Canadiens-Rangers: Robert Lang Scores Three in Montreal Win

    On Wednesday night, the Montreal Canadiens were at Madison Square Garden to face the New York Rangers. Robert Lang registered his 13th, 14th, and 15th goals of the season to help the Canadiens win by the score of 6-3...

    Francois Gendron Written by Francois Gendron about over 5 years ago 46 reads 1 comments

  13. World Junior Hockey Championships: Canada Wins Fifth Consecutive Gold

    The 2009 World Junior Hockey Championships was completed yesterday in Ottawa, Canada, with a 5-1 victory over Team Sweden. A fifth consecutive Gold medal at these championships for Canada...

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  14. World Junior Hockey Championships: Canada and Sweden Go to the Finals

    Team Sweden defeated the Cinderella team of the tournament, Team Slovakia, in the first semifinal of the day to qualify for the final...

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  15. 2009 World Junior Hockey Championships: Canada Qualifies for the Semis

    Yesterday, Team Canada completed their pool round at the 2009 World Junior Hockey Championships with a match versus Team USA. A 7-4 victory over the USA sent Canada directly into the semifinal round of the tournament...

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  16. Canadiens-Panthers: Maxim Lapierre Shines in Florida

    Maxim Lapierre registered his first NHL hat trick to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a 5-2 victory over the Florida Panthers.Florida still represents the only NHL franchise to have a winning record over the Montreal Canadiens...

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  17. Tougher Than Expected.

    Team Canada registered a third win in a row yesterday when they defeated Team Germany by the score of 5-1.Canada was only leading by a single goal after two periods because of the great ...

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  18. Team Canada Downs the Czech Republic 8-1

    Team Canada opened their 2009 World Junior Hockey Championships in Ottawa, Canada with a 8-1 victory over the Czech Republic...

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  19. The Carolina Hurricanes Play the Spoilers Again

    Last weekend, the Montreal Canadiens played two games in two nights.The Habs won in overtime on a goal from Alex Kovalev against the Buffalo Sabres Saturday, but were once again beaten by the Carolina Hurricanes...

    Francois Gendron Written by Francois Gendron about almost 6 years ago 54 reads 3 comments

  20. Flyers-Canadiens: Mike Komisarek Returns and the Habs Roll

    An inspired Montreal Canadiens team played a solid game, and defeated the Philadelphia Flyers by the score of 5-2.Tonight's game marked the return of Mike Komisarek at defense, and also marked the return of the killer man-advantage...

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  21. Capitals-Canadiens: Wasted Points for Montreal

    The Montreal Canadiens did everything in order to win their match with the Washington Capitals, except winning. After wasting numerous chances, Montreal saw Michael Nylander score the game-winner late into the third period giving the Caps the 2-1 victory.

    Francois Gendron Written by Francois Gendron about almost 6 years ago 65 reads 2 comments

  22. Canadiens-Flames: Another Solid Performance from Montreal

    The Calgary Flames were at the Bell centre yesterday to face the Montreal Canadiens. Outside the arena, the temperature forced some fans to stay at home. Despite being sold out, the building was not filled to capacity...

    Francois Gendron Written by Francois Gendron about almost 6 years ago 45 reads 2 comments

  23. Montreal Canadiens: First Quarter of the Season

    We are about to complete the first quarter of this 2008-2009 season in the NHL. Some teams have risen up since last season, while some are having big problems...

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  24. Celebrating Saint Patrick in November

    Tonight at the Bell Centre, the legendary No. 33, worn by Patrick Roy, will be raised to the ceiling of the arena...

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  25. The Official End of an Era: Mission to Save Canadian Grand Prix Fails

    It became official today: The mission to save the Canadian Grand Prix failed. Gerald Tremblay, mayor of Montreal, and Raymond Bachand, minister in the province's government, met Bernie ...

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