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Dave Stubbs: Popular Prust returns to treat Montreal youths to special night at Canucks-Habs game

Brandon Prust is a Canadien no more, of course.

But the 31-year-old Vancouver Canucks forward, who the past three seasons was a rugged, beloved fan favourite with the Habs, will be the most popular player with a group of overjoyed youngsters in the Bell Centre Monday night. 953 more words

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Maripier Morin says she 'was demolished' by Brandon Prust trade

Maripier Morin has watched only one Habs game this season, and that’s only because the Canadiens were playing the Vancouver Canucks, her fiancé Brandon Prust’s new team. 822 more words


Gritty former Canadien Brandon Prust settles in with Canucks

VANCOUVER — Brandon Prust has been around long enough to know that hockey may be a game, but it’s also a business.

Prust, whose willingness to stick up for his teammates and drop his gloves made him a popular figure in Montreal, was traded to the Vancouver Canucks on July 1. 646 more words


Dear Zack Kassian

Dear Zack Kassian,

I don’t know you. The only times I’ve come across you as a borderline Canucks fan have been brief glances at your outrageous, slightly maniacal toothless grin.  1,973 more words

Newest Canadien Paul Byron brings speed and grit

The newest Canadien can best be described as a small guy who plays big.

“I’ve got speed and I’m feisty,” said Paul Byron, a 26-year-old veteran who was claimed off waivers from the Calgary Flames on Tuesday. 646 more words

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Stu Cowan: A Q&A with Chris Nilan on Zack Kassian and battling substance abuse

On Monday, the Canadiens’ Zack Kassian entered Stage 2 of the Substance Abuse and Behavioural Health Program run by the National Hockey League and the NHL Players’ Association. 1,447 more words

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Letter: Kassian needs support right now 

The focus on Zach Kassian’s substance-addiction problems is all wrong.

Having dealt with thousands of people involved in motor-vehicle accidents, I can tell you it is short-sighted to brush off the impact accidents can have on people. 115 more words