The Canadiens returned to the ice Tuesday morning at Brossard following their first training camp day off on Monday. There were 34 players on the ice which means between now and next week’s season opener, eleven players will be cut. Some of the roster decisions are going to be very difficult because of the increased depth of talent in the Canadiens organization.
- CANADIENS INCREASED DEPTH MAKES FINAL WEEK TRAINING CAMP DECISIONS DIFFICULT
- CANADIENS DROP 2-0 EXHIBITION DECISION TO WASHINGTON SUNDAY
- GALCHENYUK WILL CENTRE PACIORETTY/PARENTEAU VS. WASHINGTON
- ELLER RETURNS – GALCHENYUK GOES BACK TO LEFT WING
- CANADIENS RECORD COMEBACK WIN OVER AVALANCHE IN QUEBEC CITY FRIDAY
- MENINGITIS SURVIVOR TIM BOZON PART OF ROOKIE FILLED LINEUP IN QUEBEC CITY
- GALCHENYUK GIVES CANADIENS 3-2 OVERTIME WIN AGAINST COLORADO THURSDAY
- CANADIENS HOST COLORADO THURSDAY – Parenteau in Lineup vs. Ex-Teammates
- CANADIENS NARROW MAIN TRAINING CAMP ROSTER TO TWENTY-SEVEN
- LAST MINUTE GOAL GIVES CANADIENS 3-2 OVER BOSTON TO OPEN PRE-SEASON
Joel Ward broke a scoreless tie with 1:29 remaining in the third period and Brooks Laich added an empty net goal as the Washington Capitals defeated the Canadiens 2-0 Sunday evening at the Bell Centre. It was the first loss in four exhibition games for the Canadiens in the pre-season. Shots on goal in the
One day after he was moved back to left wing, Alex Galchenyuk will once again be back at centre Sunday night against the Washington Capitals. Galchnyuk will play the middle on what will be the Habs’ first line with Max Pacioretty and P.A. Parenteau.
With the return of Lars Eller to full training camp practice, Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien juggled two of his four lines during Saturday’s workout at the Brossard training facility. One of the moves sent Alex Galchenyuk back to left wing while rookie Jiri Sekac found himself practicing on a line with Eller.
Left winger Tim Bozon will be part of a rookie filled Canadiens roster that will play the second of back-to-back games against the Colorado Avalanche Friday night in Quebec City. It will be Bozon’s first game since coming down with life threatening bacterial meningitis in early March.
Led by a three point performance from P.K. Subban and an overtime winner from Alex Galchenyuk, the Canadiens edged the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 Thursday night at the Bell Centre. It was the Canadiens second exhibition win in their two outings. The same teams will meet in Quebec City Friday night.
Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Bulldogs general manager Marc Bergevin, announced today the appointment of Vincent Riendeau as assistant general manager of the Hamilton Bulldogs. Riendeau will remain the Bulldogs’ goaltending coach and oversee the daily hockey operations.
In a deal rumoured to be in the works for the last two weeks, the WHL’s Saskatoon Blades traded Canadiens first round draft choice Nikita Scherbak to the Everett Silvertips, a team based in the Seattle area.
Ryan White became an unrestricted free agent when the Canadiens failed make a qualifying offer on July first. Thursday he signed a two-way one-year contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. White was a third round draft pick of the Canadiens in 2006.
Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Bulldogs General Manager Marc Bergevin announced Tuesday the Bulldogs have signed defenceman Joe Finley to a one-year American Hockey League contract for the 2014-2015 season.
The Hamilton Bulldogs have signed 29 year old centre Jake Dowell to a one year AHL contract. The eight year pro has played 157 NHL games and 305 in the AHL. Last season he was in the Minnesota organization, playing one game with the Wild and 57 with their Iowa farm club where he recorded
TheHamilton Bulldogs have signed defenceman Bobby Shea to a one-year, two-way American Hockey League / ECHL contract for the 2014-2015 season.
The Hamilton Bulldogs have signed forward T.J. Henwick to a one year American Hockey League contract. Henwick, an unrestricted free agent, played last year for the New York Rangers Hartford Wolfpack affiliate.
The Canadiens have signed defenceman Greg Pateryn to a two year contract extension. Pateryn was eligible to become a restricted free agent in July. Never known as an offensive threat during his collegiate years with the University of Michigan, in his second professional season, Pateryn broke through with 15 goals and 19 assists in