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MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens General Manager Pierre Gauthier issued Wednesday a medical update on the status of forward Brian Gionta.
Gionta underwent successful surgery to repair a tear in the right biceps. He will be out indefinitely. The surgery was performed earlier today in Montreal.
The Canadiens’ captain suffered the injury during the third period of last night’s game against the St. Louis Blues.
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Montreal Canadiens' sniper Michael Cammalleri made the news yesterday, not because of his play on the ice, but rather because of inflammatory comments he made to journalists Arpon Basu of NHL.com and Francois Gagnon of RDS and La Presse. After practice, Cammalleri said, "I can't accept that we will display a losing attitude as we're doing this year. We prepare for...
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The Canadiens pulled the winger -- who recently made some negative comments about the team -- during the 3rd period of Thursday night's game and it was later announced that he had been traded to Calgary.
BOSTON -- With its rabid fan base and media contingent, there's never a shortage of drama in the soap opera surrounding the Montreal Canadiens. The latest episode coincided with the Canadiens' arrival in Boston on Thursday, one day after Montreal forward Michael Cammalleri made waves with some inflammatory comments about his club bemoaning the "losing mentality"...
In a season that has been defined by injury and turmoil – what would a match against the Bruins be without a little added injury and turmoil?
Brian Gionta has (most likely) been lost for the year as he has a torn bicep muscle that will require surgery. Gionta will finish his season having contributed just 15 points to the Canadiens in what should be considered by all as...
Well that was disappointing now wasn't it?
In what was one of, if not the most hyped game of the year, your Montreal Canadiens were flat.
The return of the "great" Jaroslav Halak to the Bell Centre was not enough to stir his Canadiens counter-parts to action. Or, more accurately, the Canadiens were just no match for the high-flying St. Louis Blues.
The Bruins welcome the Montreal Canadiens to the TD Garden on Thursday night. The sight of the bleu, blanc et rouge across the ice has been a welcomed one for most NHL teams this season, but the B's know they can't expect another poor showing from Montreal on Thursday. The Canadiens have struggled all year, but for whatever reason, they always match up well with the Bruins...
Morning puck fans!
Lots of buzz around the web about the return of 2010 playoff hero, Jaroslav Halak.
As you certainly remember, the Slovak netminder helped steer the Canadiens to the conference finals with his superb play before eventually bowing out to the Flyers.
He finished that post-season with a .921 save percentage.
But, according to Halak, tonight's contest...
The Montreal Canadiens are in the midst one of their worst losing streaks in years. This was all supposed to change a few weeks ago when Jacques Martin was fired and Randy Cunneyworth took over. ...
Welcome to the TD Garden for tonight's game between the Boston Bruins and visiting Montreal Canadiens.
Montreal forward Mike Cammalleri held no punches back earlier when he essentially called the Canadiens a group of losers. Perhaps lost in the language of how to properly call out/motivate your club, the biggest loser of all may in fact be Cammalleri himself. Chiming in with...
MONTREAL– It is with deep regret that the Montreal Canadiens organization learned of the passing of Mr. Ronal...
MONTREAL – Netminder Carey Price is the Molson Cup recipient for the month of December. Price,...
The Montreal Canadiens have traded forward Michael Cammalleri to the Calgary Flames for forward Rene Bourque. General manager Pierre Gauthier confirmed the deal after Thursday night's game against Boston. Cammalleri left the game after the second period. Two draft picks and two prospects were also involved in the trade.
The Calgary Flames made a surprise acquisition on Thursday, obtaining the services of forward Mike Cammalleri from the Montreal Canadiens.
WILMINGTON -- The Montreal Canadiens have had a difficult season in many ways, coming to Boston tomorrow night in 12th place in the Eastern Conference. But the Bruins expect the Habs, as usual, to give them a very tough challenge.
"They've had a lot of things happen to them," said Bruins ...