This group of kids had no idea what was in store for them when they got on the school bus. Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Subban disguised himself as a security guard and accompanied the kids on a field trip to the team's training facility. Show More Summary
This is our kind of holiday surprise.
What’s better than a professional athlete donning a disguise as an elderly security guard to spring a holiday surprise on innocent youth? Nothing. Absolutely nothing! Just watch as P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens, dressed as a guard, puts a bunch of local children on a bus, takes them to the practice rink and gives […]
PK's Holiday Surprise from PK Subban on Vimeo. Montreal Canadiens captain and defenseman P.K. Subban helped arrange a special holiday treat for some local kids. He donned a fake beard, hair and gut, pretending to be "Carl," a security guard who watched over them. When Subban revealed himself later in their visit, the kids lost it.
Clothing store Off the Hook has partnered with Montréal Canadiens to unveil its latest clothing line. A collection of everyday clothing that also revisits the Canadiens’ storied past, the range was developed and produced in collaboration… The post Montreal Canadiens x Off the Hook 2014 Capsule Collection appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Pacioretty left the game and didn't return. The Montreal Canadiens lost one of their best players on Thursday when Max Pacioretty left after a hard hit into the boards. The injury occurred in the second period with the Habs trailing the Anaheim Ducks, 1-0. Show More Summary
Saku Koivu said he’s “very nervous” about being honored tonight before the team he previously captained, the Montreal Canadiens, meets the Ducks, the team the center retired from during the summer.
The Montreal Canadiens will conduct a pregame tribute to their former captain and retired Ducks center Saku Koivu before Thursday night’s game against Anaheim at Bell Center.
The Montreal Canadiens have three more games before their four-day holiday break. The Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa Senators and New York Islanders remain on the pre -Christmas schedule. Montreal enters its Dec. 18 tilt with Anaheim on a three-game winning streak. Show More Summary
— They sped right past promising and energetic to sloppy and embarrassing and barely paused at mediocre.
The Montreal Canadiens recently returned from a road trip having lost three games in a row for the first time all season. They were 1-5-1 in their last seven. Maybe not time to panic, but there was certainly room for big improvements. So...Show More Summary
On December 2, the game of hockey lost one of its greatest icons when Montreal Canadiens great Jean Béliveau passed away at the age of 83. In Canadiens lore, Béliveau comes second only to Maurice “Rocket” Richard. Béliveau played 18 full seasons with the Habs, winning two MVP awards, scoring 507 goals, recording 712 assists, and […]
The Montreal Canadiens held a pre-game ceremony tonight to honor Jean Béliveau—who played in Montreal for 20 seasons, winning 10 Stanley Cups and assorted individual awards—after he passed away last week at the age of 83. The video above...Show More Summary
The death, last week, of Jean Béliveau, the Montreal Canadien’s great center, at the age of eighty-three, was a civic event of the first order in my home town. The C.I.B.C. Building, a Montreal skyscraper, left on its office lights at...Show More Summary
The Montreal Canadiens have more than 100 years of great moments and unforgettable memories. Whether it's the team's 24 Stanley Cups or seeing greats like Maurice "Rocket" Richard or Ken Dryden on the ice, no team can match the starShow More Summary
Like the New York Yankees, Montreal Canadiens or Green Bay Packers, the Los Angeles Lakers conjure up the very essence of a mythical, iconic franchise—even when they’re not very good. Despite their cellar-dwelling mediocrity, the Lakers remain a dramatic, enigmatic and wildly erratic assemblage of a team. Show More Summary
Elsewhere, the Ducks came back against the Wild and the Jets ruined the Avalanche. It's no surprise that the game of the night took place in Chicago where the Blackhawks beat the Montreal Canadiens, 4-3. What was a surprise is how it...Show More Summary
Only Montreal can slow down the Blackhawks. The Canadiens are the only team capable of stopping the NHL's monster. In this case, the monster is the Chicago Blackhawks, and they created it. Since beating Montreal 5-0 at the Bell Centre a few weeks ago, the Blackhawks have gone 10-3-0 and look like worldbeaters. Show More Summary
Carey Price would like to have this one back. The Minnesota Wild did a classy thing on Wednesday by honoring the late Jean Beliveau before their game against the Montreal Canadiens, his former team. Minnesota then made it abundantlyShow More Summary
It is with a great deal of sadness that the Canadiens organization learned tonight the passing of Jean Béliveau. He was 83 years old. — Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) December 3, 2014 Read more...