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Canadiens GM Bergevin hoping to re-sign defenceman Petry

Between now and July 1, Jeff Petry will become more powerful with each passing day.

Unless the Canadiens can re-sign the defenceman within the next six weeks, he’ll enter free agency where — given the quality of his play in the postseason — he stands to make a small fortune. 734 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Habs cutting ties with Gonchar, Malhotra, Weaver

Three of the oldest players on the Montreal roster are on their way out.

Manny Malhotra, Mike Weaver and Sergei Gonchar — the Habs’ elder statesman this year, at 41 — won’t be brought back for next season, … 192 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Craig MacTavish, in his own words, on the Edmonton Oilers defence

Craig MacTavish’s failings as the general manager of the Edmonton Oilers were significant. It’s surprising in some ways; he’s obviously an intelligent man and he was an excellent coach for the hockey club for a very long time. 1,484 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Defenceman Petry doesn't rule out a return to the Canadiens

Jeff Petry said he felt comfortable when he arrived in Montreal from Edmonton at the NHL trade deadline, but the question going forward is whether the Canadiens can make the defenceman comfortable enough to come back next season. 902 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Habs pummel Bishop, Lightning, to avoid sweep

The Montreal Canadiens offense showed up for their game four matchup against the Tampa Bay Lightning in a big way.  The Canadiens dominated the Lightning from start to finish, pummeling Lightning goalie Ben Bishop for three goals, after which he was pulled.   191 more words


Stubbs: "We're not going away quietly," Prust says after statement win


You can talk all you want about the X’s and O’s of playoff hockey.

You can debate the intangibles, the matchups, tendencies, strengths, weaknesses, advanced stats, any psychobabble that stirs the blood of fans. 835 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Not today: Montreal crushes Lightning to force Game 5

Including the regular season, Montreal went into Thursday’s game against Tampa Bay without a single win in eight meetings. Another loss tonight would have ended the Canadiens’ playoff run, but instead they scored early and often in a… 253 more words

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