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CANADIENS RECALL RW AARON PALUSHAJ

Oct 10th, 2011 | By

60 – Aaron Palushaj The Canadiens have called up Aaron Palushaj from the Hamilton Bulldoogs to replace left wing Michael Cammalleri, who suffered a skate cut above his left knee against the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday.  Cammalleri is expected to be sidelined around two weeks. Palushaj was assigned to the Bulldogs just before the season

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CAMMALLERI AWARDED BELIVEAU TROPHY-For Public Service

Sep 26th, 2011 | By

Michael Cammalleri will be honoured before tonight’s game with the annual Jean Beliveau trophy. The trophy goes to a member of team for charitable work and community involvement. The selection committee, comprised of members of the Board of directors of the Montreal Canadiens Children’s Foundation, evaluated the candidates based on the effort, enthusiasm, involvement and time invested in collective and personal initiatives. Candidates were also assessed on their commitment, leadership and financial support to the causes close to their heart.



EXHIBITION #4 Ottawa-3 Canadiens-2 Sept. 24/2011

Sep 24th, 2011 | By

Chris Neil scored his second goal with 28 seconds remaining in regulation time as the Ottawa Senators edged the Canadiens 3-2 at the Bell Centre Saturday night.  The goal came just as a penalty to Brian Gionta expired.  Milan Michalek also scored for the Senators while both Canadiens goals came off the stick of Michael

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SORTING OUT CANADIENS FREE AGENT FORWARDS

May 1st, 2011 | By

Everybody seems to have an opinion about what Canadiens GM Pierre Gauthier should do in order to upgrade his team’s offense. It runs the gamut from sending the unproductive Scott Gomez and the remaining three years of his contract to the Hamilton Bulldogs to signing, and then trading Andrei Kostitsyn.
Gauthier doesn’t telegraph his punches a la Brian Burke, so like everyone else, we can only guess the direction he’ll take. .



CANADIENS HEAD WEST-SPACEK STAYS HOME

Feb 16th, 2011 | By

The Canadiens will spend most of the next week in Western Canada starting tomorrow night with a game in Edmonton. Spacek has been left in Montreal to undergo treatment for an unspecified lower body injury. Hal Gill is with the team but is not expected to play until at least Sunday in the Heritage Game at Calgary’s McMahon Stadium.



CAMMALLERI RETURN AT LEAST TWO WEEKS AWAY

Feb 3rd, 2011 | By

Michael Cammalleri suffered a slight shoulder separation January 18th in Buffalo. He is participating in skating drills with the Canadiens but has trouble making use of his considerable shot. Rumours of a possible return to action this weekend against the Rangers and/or the Devils prove to be overly optimistic.



CAMMALLERI’S EXTENSIVE INJURY HISTORY-Placed on Injury Reserve

Jan 20th, 2011 | By

The last time Cammalleri played a full season was the 2008-09 season in Calgary. The year before with the Los Angeles Kings he missed nineteen games with a rib injury suffered just before Christmas in Nashville when he got involved in an on-ice skirmish involving teammate Anze Kopitar. With the Canadiens last year he suffered damage to his right MCL when he was hit by Ottawa defenseman Anton Volchenkov on January 30th.



CANADIENS CALL UP ENGQVIST FROM HAMILTON-More Moves To Come?

Jan 19th, 2011 | By

Andreas Engqvist is a 6’4” centre. His name has been showing up on the Hamiton Bulldogs scoresheets with increasing regularity in recent weeks. His last two games he has 2 goals and 2 assists and plus-4. The Canadiens signed Engqvist to a free agent’s contract two seasons ago. Part of the agreement allowed him to remain with Djurgarden of the Swedish Elite League for the final year of his contract with them. This is his rookie year in North America.



CAMALLERI WILL MISS RANGERS GAME TOMORROW

Jan 10th, 2011 | By

A stomach infection prevented Michael Cammalleri from making the trip to New York with his Canadiens teammates today. The Canadiens will play the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden tomorrow night. Lars Eller, a healthy scratch the last three games, will probably replace him on the line with Tomas Plekanec and Andrei Kostsitsyn tomorrow.



CAMMALLERI DOES PITTSBURGH

Oct 10th, 2010 | By

The Pittsburgh Penguins are still looking for a way to contain leftwinger Michael Cammalleri. Cammalleri scored two goals Saturday night in Pittsburgh giving him a total of nine the last eight times he’s played against them. Shedding what was supposed to be some intensive checking attention, Cammalleri has taken an average of nearly five shots per game over the eight games. Saturday Cammalleri took eight shots at Marc-Andre Fleury, four of them on goal.



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