We would have been surprised if the Canadiens didn’t sign Tomas Fleischmann to a contract for the coming season. What was startling was the price tag. Fleischman, a veteran of almost 600 NHL games, will get almost ‘rookie money’. His one year contract calls for 750- thousand dollars. Alexander Semin, who is also trying
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The Ottawa Senators once again took advantage of porous Canadiens goaltending and rode it to a 5-4 win Saturday night at the Canadian Tire Centre. It was the final pre-season game for both teams. Chris Neil. Mike Hoffman, Chris Wideman, Mark Stone and Cody Ceci scored for the Senators. Kyle Turris had four assists and,
Despite being outshot by a two-to-one margin the Ottawa Senators defeated the Canadiens 5-2 in an exhibition game at the Bell Centre on Thursday night. The Canadiens took a 2-0 lead by the midpoint of the first period on goals by Andrei Markov and Nathan Beaulieu but the Senators came back scoring five goals on
Max Pacioretty took part in full Canadiens practice on Wednesday and will be in the lineup against the Ottawa Senators Thursday at the Bell Centre. As expected, for the game Pacioretty has been penciled in on a line with Tomas Plekanec and Brandon Gallagher. Pacioretty’s actual injury was not a knee ligament issue but a
After the Canadiens assigned 2014 first round draft choice Nikita Scherbak to their St. John’s affiliate thirty players remain in training camp. Before Monday noon when all teams must declare their season opening roster, seven decisions will have to be made, one way or the other. Among those remaining in camp, the only players not requiring
No surprises here. After assigning seventeen to their St. John’s IceCaps training camp on Saturday, the Canadiens assigned another nine players to their AHL affiliate training camp. The roster is now down to 31 with ten days remaining before the season opener in Toronto October 8th. Four of the re-assigned players must clear waivers; forwards Gabriel
Gabriel Dumont scored with 1.9 seconds left in regulation time and Daniel Carr scored the only goal in the shootout to give the St. John’s IceCaps a 5-4 win over the Toronto Marlies in the deciding game of the best of three pre-season Newfoundland Coleman Cup exhibition series. Canadiens 2014 first round draft pick Nikita
Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Tuesday that forward Michael Bournival has agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract.
Bournival, 23, played 29 games with the Canadiens in 2014-15, recording five points..
The Canadiens announced on Monday the signing of free agent defenseman Ryan Johnston to a two-year, two-way contract (2015-16 to 2016-17). Johnston took part in the team’s development camp last week on a tryout basis.
The Canadiens have signed goaltender Eddie Pasquale to an AHL contract to play with their St. John’s IceCaps affiliate for the coming season. With the addition of Pasquale they now have five goaltenders under contract.
The Canadiens announced the signing of forward Christian Thomas to a one year two-way contract on Thursday. Thomas was a restricted free agent. The fact that the term was only one year indicates he is running out of development time with the Canadiens.
The Canadiens selected defenceman Josiah Didier in the fourth round of the 2011 entry draft. Subsequently he played four years at the University of Denver. After a brief AHL contract in April, Didier has been signed to a one year AHL contract with the St. John’s IceCaps.
The Canadiens are one of many teams who are in negotiations for University of Minnesota defenceman Mike Reilly, one of this year’s prized college free agents. While his home state Minnesota Wild and the Chicago Blackhawks are considered front runners in negotiations, the Canadiens have had recent success in persuading college free agents to join the organization.
Two members of the Canadiens draft class of 2013 have qualified for the 2015 Memorial Cup Tournament in Quebec City later this month. Michael McCarron scored the winning goal as Oshawa eliminated the Erie Otters in five games in the OHL final. Goaltender Zach Fucale will be in the tournament with the host Quebec Remparts.