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Canadiens lend a hand as NHLPA helps local kids make hockey inroads

A dream came true for two dozen youngsters from Deux-Montagnes as they practised at the Canadiens’ training facility in Brossard in new equipment donated by the NHL Players’ Association. 532 more words


Stu Cowan: Canadiens' Paul Byron still has fond memories of Calgary

Paul Byron knew it wasn’t going to be good news when he was called into the office of Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving following a practice on Oct. 819 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Canadiens centre Alex Galchenyuk suffers injury setback

There was a good feeling Monday morning as the Canadiens took the ice for a practice at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard.

Brendan Gallagher (broken hand), Andrei Markov (strained groin), Greg Pateryn (broken ankle) and David Desharnais (strained knee) all skated across the main sheet to practice on the secondary ice surface. 573 more words


Calgary Flames at Canadiens: Five things you should know

The Canadiens, 28-13-7, are home to the Calgary Flames on Tuesday (7:30 p.m., Sportsnet East, RDS, TSN 690 Radio). Here are five things you should know about the game: 362 more words


Steamboat Extend Streak To Four

Steamboat Wranglers extended their win-streak to four after a two-game sweep of the visiting Colorado Rampage. Now at 14-9-1-4 the Wranglers have caught the second place Aspen Leafs (15-9-1-2) in the standings both with 33 points. 251 more words


Sheary, Crosby lead Penguins to 5-1 win over Bruins

PITTSBURGH — Conor Sheary is in the middle of a career-best stretch — and he enjoyed another big game against his hometown team.

The Pittsburgh forward scored two goals, Sidney Crosby added his league-leading 28th and the Penguins won their fourth straight game, 5-1 over the Boston Bruins 5-1 on Sunday. 457 more words

Local News

Tomczak Flak: Mis-leading Man

I went to a Johnstown Tomahawks hockey game Saturday night.  As a promotional feature, they brought back former Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Tomczak to sign autographs.  I guess Bubby Brister was too busy and Kordell Stewart wouldn’t return their calls. 266 more words