Finding ways to connect to hockey fans and giving back to the game are what matter most to friends and teammates Max Talbot and Bruno Gervais.
Every one of the players seems to have a hidden talent. Bobby Ryan and Michael Grabner are incredibly adept pet trainers, for example. Apparently, P.K. Subban’s hidden talent is weather forecasting.
He’s one of the game’s emerging young stars, a player who feels right at home in his home away from home
Known as one of the best faceoff-men in the business, his offensive abilities are complimented by his penalty killing and defensive zone presence, making him a great asset to any team he suits up for
From learning the value of making school a priority to staying tied to the hockey community by giving back - Campoli's well-rounded skill-set help him succeed as a hockey player.
The NHL's best young prospects took the next step in fulfilling their dreams of becoming NHL stars during the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft
P.K. Subban knows that hockey has its ups and downs – just like life.
In this week's edition of Ask the Experts, P.K. Subban answers a fan question on some interesting ways to improve your stride.
Offensive forward grew up a Habs fan & will now suit for the bleu, blanc et rouge
Brian Gionta knows that every night, against every team is a challenge the Habs must be ready for
Gorges lauded by the Habs' fans for his leadership and work-ethic; he relishes playing for the storied franchise
Hal Gill feted in both Pittsburgh and Montreal in honour of his 1,000th game played milestone
When it comes to hockey, Montreal Canadiens fans definitely love a showman, a spark-plug, a player with charisma and, above all else, an amazing talent.
There is nothing like a & local-boy makes good story to stir the emotions in a city.
Ryan White relishes his role with the Habs and is ready to do his part to make an impact
The Habs & Flames talk about playing outdoors in front of all of Canada in the 2011 Heritage Classic
Veteran netminder Alex Auld has enjoyed a unique career & has found a home in Montreal
Following a stellar 2009-10 postseason run with the Montreal Canadiens, Jaroslav Halak found himself on the move this past summer.
As the 28th captain in club history, tenacious forward has the right tools to lead Habs forward
Veteran centreman eager to help the Canadiens find success