Desharnais named Reebok/AHL Player of the Week

by czechtacular, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC.- The day following a 4-3 shootout loss to the Toronto Marlies came with one bright spot for the Montreal Canadiens'...

WJC: Team Canada Roster Revealed

Louis Leblanc will be the lone prospect representing the Montreal Canadiens on Team Canada at this year's World Junior Hockey Championship.  The final wave...

WJC: Gallagher Cut From Squad

The first round of cuts from Canada's National Junior Team Selection Camp was announced Tuesday morning, and it included Montreal Canadiens' fifth round pick...

Leblanc, Bournival, Gallagher Fall To Team Red

All three Montreal Canadiens' prospects represented at Canada's National Junior Team Selection Camp were on the losing end of a 4-1 score in the first intrasquad game Sunday night, at Toronto's MasterCard Centre.

Bulldogs Avenge Parent Club

The Montreal Canadiens may have failed to show up against their rivals the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night, but the Hamilton Bulldogs did not follow suit the following afternoon.

Multimedia: Gabriel Dumont Shootout Winner

Gabriel Dumont shootout winner Abbotsford Heat @ Hamilton Bulldogs December 1st, 2010 (Posted on YouTube by corunguneee) (Photo: )

Leblanc, Gallagher, Bournival Invited to Final World Juniors Camp

By Rookie, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC. -- Three Montreal Canadiens prospects, all forwards, are one step closer to playing for Canada at the 2011 World Junior...

Hot ‘Dog Continues Hot Streak

To say Max Pacioretty has picked things up as of late is a bit of an understatement. The Hamilton Bulldogs forward now has six goals in the last eight periods of play, his latest two coming in a 3-2 win over the Adirondack Phantoms Wednesday night.

Multimedia: Michael Bournival on Draft Day

Michael Bournival, acquired from the Colorado Avalanche for Ryan O'Byrne, is interviewed by NHL.com on Draft Day 2010.

Lefebvre Leads Juniors to 8th Straight Victory

Montreal Canadiens' prospect Philippe Lefebvre scored two goals and was awarded with the first star of the game as the Montreal Juniors won 5-2 at the expense of the visiting Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in front of a small home crowd of 1604 fans. The win was the Juniors' eighth in a row and placed them at the top of their division, as they now hold a record of 15-3-2-1.