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Montreal Canadiens defenseman Hal Gill will return to the ice following a five-game absence for Wednesday's contest versus the Carolina Hurricanes.
Gill has been sidelined with an infection that required a hospital stay.
"I feel good right now and it was nice to get out there this morning and feel like I was ready to play," Gill said. "When you come back from...
The Montreal Canadiens are only a few hours away from their biggest challenge of the season: taking on the red-hot Bruins at the Bell Centre.
After losing back-to-back games to the Canadiens, the Bruins have gone on an eight-game winning streak, moving into seventh overall in the East and becoming the team to beat.
Montreal too has gone through various swings, 20 games into...
I have an inclination that Erik Cole might be able to muster more than the one assist he managed in his first meeting against the Carolina Hurricanes this season. Perhaps because it stands to reason that he's sure to receive more than the 13:43 he was afforded ahead of a game with the New York Islanders the very next night.
It made sense to spread the minutes around in what...
The most surreal aspect of Scott Gomez's goal drought is that anyone would expect Scott Gomez to score goals.
That it's "not his job" to do so has been a misconception about him for years; as if he's the hockey equivalent of a baseball pitching machine, auto-programmed to tee'em up but not to knock'em down.
That ignores the fact that (a) Gomez used to...
MONTREAL – For the second time since the beginning of the 2011-12 season, Carey Price has been named the NHL’s Fir...
The Bruins have won eight straight. Their last loss? Well, that came on Oct. 29, when the B's dropped back-to-back games against the Montreal Canadiens. The B's now head back to Montreal on Monday in the hopes of continuing their torrid pace. It's obvious the Bruins have come a long way since their October struggles, but the Canadiens will still be a big test, as they...
Montreal Canadiens (9-9-3) at Carolina Hurricanes (8-11-3)RBC Center, 7 p.m.TV: FS-Carolinas, RDS
The Canes are looking to get retribution out of the way early as they take on the Montreal Canadiens in a rematch of last week's 4-0 beatdown where Carolina alledgedly hit "rock bottom." Some were saying that would be Paul Maurice's final game behind the Hurricanes...
Injured Blue Line Will Get Better, Healthy Pivots Another Story
The Montreal Canadiens got out of town just in time to miss what appears to be the first true snowfall of the year.
Escaping the weather, the Habs are off to warmer climes as they set their sights on once again beating the Carolina Hurricanes.
Having handled Erik Cole's former team with relative ease in...
During Monday night's Boston Bruins/Montreal Canadiens affair, a couple of fans got into a fight in the stands.
The fight essentially had everything: people kicking each other, a couple haymakers, and the greatest color commentary of all-time:
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When longtime rivals like the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins get together the rivalry creates an added level of energy in the building. Last night the fans took that one too far as there was a brawl in the stands late in the third period between fans of the two teams.
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YESSSS! There’s been a lack of fan fighting in the NFL this year and with no NBA the NHL fans really need to pick up the slack. The Montreal Canadiens hosted the Boston Bruins last night when this skirmish broke out in the stands. Stadium security broke up the fun fairly quickly, but my problem with security is that their shirts are misspelled.
The Carolina Hurricanes will try to match their longest winning streak of the season tonight, when they host Erik Cole and the Montreal Canadiens at RBC Center.