Chiarlitti merits Guy Lafleur Award


The Montreal Canadiens announced Monday that Nathan Chiarlitti, a defenceman with the McGill men’s hockey team, has won the Guy Lafleur Award of Excellence for the Quebec university category as the player who best combines hockey success with academic achievement and citizenship.

Concentrate on process, not production, sports psychology prof tells struggling Habs

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Thus far, the 2015-16 NHL season has read like a Tale of Two Cities for fans of the Montreal Canadiens. It’s been the best of times. It’s been the worst of times….

Children score, P.K. gets big assist

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Earlier today, P.K. Subban, the Montreal Canadiens’ All-Star defenseman, made the biggest philanthropic commitment by a sports figure in Canadian history when he donated a minimum of $10 million to the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Concussions are a top-of-mind issue in hockey


When Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty fell awkwardly into the boards in the first period of a 4-1 Canadiens win in Florida on April 5, Habs fans held their collective breath. Heading into the playoffs, the team could ill-afford to lose its top scorer for an extended period of time. But David Pearsall, a biomechanics expert, says building a better helmet to protect Pacioretty and his colleagues is a much more complex issue than just adding more padding.