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I tried to hold out on writing this blog until we got full confirmation that Andrei Markov will be back for tonight's game. Instead we'll have to go on some real solid speculation by two of the most reliable sources in Montreal. Luc Gelinas and Renaud Lavoie of RDS have both made bold predictions that Markov will be a part of Montreal's lineup in Anaheim.
We haven't received any notice of Frede...
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Montreal Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov could make his long-awaited return to the lineup Wednesday.
Markov, who practiced again Monday, hasn't appeared in a game in over a year.
He has been sidelined since suffering an ACL and MCL tear against the Carolina Hurricanes on Nov. 13, 2010.
The 32-year-old Russian, who signed a three-year, $17.25 million contract in June, has...
The Montreal Canadiens hit Anaheim this evening as the struggling Ducks look for a rare win. As everyone knows, rumours of change are swirling in Anaheim, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see a move if the Ducks drop this one to the Habs. That said, it’s also a big game for the Habs: Louis Leblanc makes his Canadiens debut.
Leblanc, the Canadiens first round pick in 2009, slots...
The Shanahammer dropped on Max Pacioretty on Monday, as Brendan Shanahan announced that Pacioretty would be suspended for three games because of his illegal hit to the head on Kris Letang. Pacioretty's agent, Alec Shall -- surprise, surprise -- disagrees with Shanahan's ruling. "[Brendan Shanahan] said of Max Pacioretty 'This was an illegal hit to the head in which...
MONTREAL – Netminder Carey Price is the Molson Cup recipient for the month of November. Price, who was t...
ANAHEIM – The Habs lace up in California with the focus of the day squarely on Max Pacioretty, Andrei Markov and Louis L...
Clowe, Couture and Havlat produce; S.J. rallies to win in shootout