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Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin Signs Multi-Year Extension

The Montreal Canadiens owner, president and CEO Geoff Molson has announced that general manager, Marc Bergevin, has signed a multi-year contract extension that will keep him with the organization until the end of the 2021-22 season.Show More Summary

Marc Bergevin, Canadiens Agree to New Contract: Details, Comments, Reaction

The Montreal Canadiens and Marc Bergevin, the team's vice president and general manager, agreed to a contract extension through the 2021-22 season, the team announced Wednesday. “Marc is an excellent general manager who quickly madeShow More Summary

Rangers, Canadiens, Maple Leafs Top Forbes' List of NHL's Most Valuable Teams

The New York Rangers top Forbes' 2015 list for the most valuable teams in the NHL, with an estimated value of $1.2 billion. Two Canadian franchises, the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs, are also valued at more than $1 billion. Although...Show More Summary

Canadiens’ Brendan Gallagher Out Indefinitely

The Montreal Canadiens’ 4-2 victory over the New York Islanders came at a price on Sunday for Brendan Gallagher who was off to a career-best season. Brendan Gallagher sustained an injury to his left hand during the second period after blocking a shot from defenseman Johnny Boychuk. Show More Summary

Brendan Gallagher Injury: Updates on Canadiens Wing's Hand and Return

Montreal Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher broke two fingers Sunday his team's 4-2 victory over the New York Islanders. Continue for updates. Injury Will Keep Gallagher Sidelined Sunday, Nov. 22 Gallagher, who is tied for second on...Show More Summary

Brendan Gallagher out indefinitely for Montreal after blocking a shot with his hand

The Canadiens are losing one of their top scorers. The Montreal Canadiens will be without their second best goal scorer, as the team announced late Sunday that the alternate captain will have surgery on two broken fingers on his left hand. Show More Summary

John Tavares finishes diving Kyle Okposo pass on empty net

The Islanders captain capitalized on a no-goalie situation. The New York Islanders captain finally has double digit goals thanks to this easy tap in. John Tavares benefited from quite a pass that took Montreal Canadiens netminder Carey...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top Candidates for the 2015-16 Selke Trophy

Each season, the NHL awards the Frank J. Selke Trophy to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game. The award was first handed out at the end of the 1977-78 season, with Montreal Canadiens left wing Bob Gainey named the winner for four consecutive years. Show More Summary

Not one New York Islander could find the puck on Jeff Petry's goal

Everyone was mesmerized, and not because it was pretty. The New York Islanders could only stand and watch as the Montreal Canadiens scored their first goal 2:52 into their Friday night matchup. It wasn't because they weren't doing their...Show More Summary

NHL scores 2015: Montreal scores four straight to avoid three game losing streak

A balanced offensive attack finally breaks through for the Canadiens. The Montreal Canadiens have only lost five games this season. On Monday night, they barely avoided the start of a three game losing streak, scoring three straightShow More Summary

NHL Monday: Vancouver leads NHL's best Montreal 2-0 after one

The Canucks have put up a two-spot in the first period on Mike Condon as the Canadiens try to avoid a three-game losing streak. Dylan Larkin continues to amaze for the Detroit Red Wings. The 19-year-old rookie from the University ofShow More Summary

Nathan MacKinnon Scores Two Goals In 13 Seconds

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The Colorado Avalanche–for my money the team with the best geological phenomenon mascot–put a holy whooping on the Montreal Canadiens last night up in Québec. Two of those goals came in a 13 second burst from young center Nathan MacKinnon, where he scored immediately out of a face off, and then on a break. Read more...

Nathan MacKinnon scores from the same spot twice in 13 seconds

Things are really snowballing for the Canadiens. The Colorado Avalanche can give Nathan MacKinnon a good portion of credit for their surprising 4-1 lead over the Montreal Canadiens after two period. The former first overall pick in 2013...Show More Summary

Montreal Canadiens Injury Update: Carey Price Out Another Week

Just as the Montreal Canadiens are making a push into contention, the team's star goalie unfortunately will miss another week after suffering from a lower body injury.

NHL scores 2015: Mike Condon's magic runs out against Penguins in 4-3 shootout loss

The Montreal Canadiens experienced a rare night off in the one goal loss Wednesday. It had to happen sometime for the Montreal Canadiens. Goaltender Mike Condon had been taking the league by storm with his spectacular play through his first seven games of the year. Show More Summary

Mike Condon saves sure Penguins goal with the swipe of his pads

Close, but not close enough. As we all know, hockey is a game of inches. The Pittsburgh Penguins were the latest to discover this age old adage Wednesday night in an attempt to break a 1-1 tie against the Montreal Canadiens. Patric Hornqvist's point blank shot got the flurry started on goaltender Mike Condon. Show More Summary

NHL Wednesday: Montreal and Pittsburgh trade early goals on rivalry night

A goal 13 seconds in by returning winger Pascal Dupuis set the tone for the Penguins, but the Canadiens responded with a tally of their own in a deadlocked 1-1 game. The Pittsburgh Penguins were understandably worried when Pascal Dupuis was hospitalized in Edmonton last week. Show More Summary

Angry Canadiens player fires slapshot at Bruins bench after taking penalty

Luckily no one was hit. Montreal Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov is a fairly respected veteran in the NHL, but he let his anger get the better of him on Saturday. Markov was penalized late in the first period when his stick tripped up Boston Bruins forward Colin Miller. Show More Summary

Carey Price Injury: Updates on Canadiens Star's Lower Body and Return

Carey Price has turned himself into one of the finest goaltenders in the NHL over the past several years. Now, the Montreal Canadiens may be without their star for the foreseeable future after Price suffered a lower-body injury. Continue for updates. Price's Status to Be Updated After the Weekend Friday, Nov. Show More Summary

Off The Hook Celebrates Hockey Season with New Montreal Canadiens Collaboration

A partnership unlike any other, Montreal boutique Off The Hook have been graced with the opportunity to represent their hometown hockey team, the Montreal Canadiens, once again. A second installment of their capsule collection, which made its debut last season, has been unearthed and includes a reforged edition of the players-exclusive varsity jacket, produced in […]

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