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BOSTON -- Tomas Kaberle may have finally found a home. The veteran puck-moving defenseman has been doing more moving away from the rink in the past year. After being traded from Toronto to Boston last February and winning a Cup with the Bruins, Kaberle cashed in this summer as a free agent with a three-year, $12.75-million deal in Carolina. It was a deal that raised plenty of eyebrows around the league after Kaberle's struggles in Boston, and the Hurricanes soon came to regret it. Carolina eventually was able to unload him on Montreal on Dec. 9 in a trade for...

No hearing scheduled for Canadiens RW Cole

Montreal Canadiens right wing Erik Cole is not expected to face any further disciplinary action following his hit to the head of New Jersey Devils rookie defenseman Adam Larsson during Saturday's contest. There was no hearing scheduled with NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan - thus leaving Cole with just the minor penalty he incurred for the hit. Larsson was not seriously...

Patrick Roy Would Listen To NHL Coaching Offers

from TSN, If an NHL team - namely the Montreal Canadiens - came calling regarding a vacant job, Patrick Roy certainly won’t have his Stanley Cup rings plugged in his ears. The former Canadiens goaltender and Hall of Famer told reporters on Sunday that he would consider any proposal that’s brought to his attention at the end of the season. “Once the end of the season arrives...

Wish Cunneyworth Luck. He Will Need It

Canadiens general manager Pierre "The Ghost" Gauthier proved his desperation when he fired respected assistant coach Perry Pearn. That sent a message to head coach Jacques Martin that he would be next. Montreal kept lumbering along at a .500 pace, so Gauthier fired Martin, too. He installed English-speaking Randy Cunneyworth as the next coach -- put him in an almost impossible...

Steven Hindle: The Other Shoe...

Gauthier's Big Gamble As Habs fans have no doubt read in Eric Engels most recent entry, though Jacques Martin was responsible for his fair share of the Habs foibles this season, he wasn't alone. Yet, having moved forward in ousting the conservative coach, everyone waits for the other shoe to drop. That other shoe, of course, is Pierre Gauthier. Left as the other...

Comments From Geoff Molson Following the Head Coaching Change With the Montreal Canadiens

Tweet MONTREAL – Team owner, President and CEO of the Montreal Canadiens, Geoff Molson, made the following comments Monday on ...

The Next Montreal Coach Will Be?

Odds provided by Bovada (formerly Bodog). Who will be head coach of the Montreal Canadiens for game 1 of the 2012-2013 Season?  Patrick Roy             2/1 Clément Jodoin         5/2 Bob Hartley             5/1 Paul Maurice           9/1 Randy Cunneyworth     15/1 Guy Boucher           20/1 Michel Therrien  ...

Habs' hire irks Quebec: Francais, s'il vous plait!

The Quebec government isn't pleased about the hiring of a Montreal Canadiens coach who can't speak French.

Carbonneau: Canadiens coach needs French

Guy Carbonneau understands Randy Cunneyworth's plight, but the former coach of the Montreal Canadiens also knows that the new man in that job should learn to speak French as quickly as possible.

Devils' Adam Larsson: NHL needs to take all head hits out of game

Rookie was surprised Erik Cole wasn't suspended

Carbonneau says Habs interim coach Cunneyworth needs to learn French

Guy Carbonneau understands Randy Cunneyworth's plight, but the former coach of the Montreal Canadiens also knows that the new man in that job should learn to speak French as quickly as possible.

Montreal Canadiens (13-13-7) at Boston Bruins (21-9-1), 7 p.m. (ET)

The Montreal Canadiens will try to get their first win under interim head coach Randy Cunneyworth, as they visit the mighty Boston Bruins for tonight's Northeast Division battle at TD Garden.
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