Montreal Canadiens’ Josh Gorges Giving Back To Hometown Kelowna


This coming Thursday, Josh Gorges of the Montreal Canadiens will be in his hometown of Kelowna, British Columbia, where he’ll be officially starting up his new program that pays for underprivileged kids to play hockey. The former Kelowna Rocket has decided […]

Prospect Morgan Ellis Eyeing A Spot On Montreal Canadiens This Season


Fresh off a hard fought Memorial Cup win with the Shawinigan Cataractes, Montreal Canadiens rearguard prospect Morgan Ellis is now eyeing a spot with the club this fall. In an interview last week, Ellis—one of the Habs’ top blue line […]

Will Former Canadien Larry Robinson Be Returning To Montreal?


According to his agent, former Montreal Canadien, Hall of famer Larry Robinson would be “very interested” should the Habs come calling. “Big Bird” Robinson is currently an assistant coach with the New Jersey Devils, and is still under contract with […]

Highlights From Presser Introducing Marc Bergevin As New Canadiens GM


The Montreal Canadiens introduced Marc Bergevin as the team’s new General Manager and Executive Vice President at a press conference in Brossard today. It will surely take some time for the lungs of Habs fans to get used to such fresh […]

(Video) This Day In Montreal Canadiens History: Good Friday Massacre


April 20th, 1984 - In a second-round playoff series between the Montreal Canadiens and the Quebec Nordiques, the teams broke out into two separate bench-clearing brawls that heavily featured current head coach of the Washington Capitals, Dale Hunter. The brawls were […]

Canadiens Hall Of Famer Emile Bouchard, Dead At 92


One of the great Montreal Canadiens captains, Emile “Butch” Bouchard died today, surrounded by his family. He was 92. Bouchard was a born and raised Montrealer. He served as captain of the Habs for eight years, and won four cups […]

This Day In Canadiens History: April 9, 1946


April 9, 1946 – The Montreal Canadiens defeat the Boston Bruins in five games to win the Stanley Cup. In those days the playoff format was just a little different. It was still best of seven, but there were only […]

Video: Canadiens Goalie Peter Budaj Feeds Opponent Tape-To-Tape Pass For Goal-Against

Peter_Budaj Ouch. It’s a rough thing, being inducted into the goalie gaff hall of fame. The tilt last night between the Montreal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning was supposed to be all about Steven Stamkos, and his ongoing race […]

Is Habs’ Erik Cole The Best Free-Agent Signing Of The Year?


Much has been made of the questionable choices made by former Montreal Canadiens general manager, Pierre Gauthier, and fans absolutely rejoiced at the news of his firing last Thursday, but there is a near-flawless diamond among the rough moves that […]

Carey Price Has Concussion-Like Symptoms, Out For The Year


There are only three games left in this season before the Montreal Canadiens hang up the skates for the summer, and it’s likely that backup net-minder Peter Budaj will be getting the nod for all of them. Carey Price suffered […]

Habs Bourque Needs To Make A Good Second Impression Next Season


Rene Bourque has been making a bad if not disastrous first impression as a member of the Montreal Canadiens. Bourque, who was traded from the Calgary Flames to Montreal last January for an infamously-yanked-from-mid-game Michael Cammalleri, has just 5 goals and 3 assists in […]

Habs Fire Pierre Gauthier, Start Search For New GM


The news shook Montreal. Habs president and owner, Geoff Molson held a press conference yesterday to announce the firing of the club’s general manager, Pierre Gauthier. The move was inevitable, given the extremely disappointing on-ice performance this season, and the […]