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Greg Pateryn sports No. 8 as Canadiens begin training camp

When Greg Pateryn heard that the Canadiens traded P.K. Subban for Shea Weber, he knew that he would be wearing a new number this season. 606 more words


Don Macpherson: Quebec politics descends into vaudeville

With the pratfalls by the Liberals and the pie-throwing in the Parti Québécois, the first week of the fall sitting of the National Assembly quickly descended into vaudeville. 638 more words


Brendan Kelly's What the Puck: Who will be the real leader of the Montreal Canadiens this season?

Okay enough speculation about what Michel Therrien did or did not say in a golf clubhouse. Let’s move on to a much more interesting question. 1,029 more words


While you were sleeping: Air Canada to link Montreal-Shanghai, Subban hits Nashville

Air Canada announced on Friday that it will begin a direct daily, year-round flight between Montreal and Shanghai, China, starting Feb. 16. The flights will also be the first to use the airline’s new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner from flights departing Montreal, Air Canada said. 242 more words


Stu Cowan: Canadiens looking for a new motto this season

No Excuses.

Two words that meant so much to Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin and coach Michel Therrien four years ago when they took over the club that they had them put up in big letters on a wall in the locker room. 847 more words

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Brendan Kelly's What the Puck: Is there a rift between Michel Therrien and Max Pacioretty?

Just another week in Habs Nation, just another controversy.

Veteran journalist Michel Villeneuve created a huge uproar by alleging that Michel Therrien said, in front of several people at a golf tournament in June, that Max Pacioretty was the worst captain in the history of the Canadiens. 753 more words


Jack Todd: High-risk hockey and prodding Pacioretty

Sometimes I wonder whether hockey is our national sport or a national malady.

Case in point: The NHL decides to hold an over-hyped pre-season exhibition under the inflated moniker “The World Cup of Hockey.” Only it’s really the Toronto Cup, six teams and a couple of choose-’em-squads to fill out the roster, the whole thing phoney as a three-dollar bill. 984 more words