Sportsnet.ca "The Montreal Canadiens are headed to arbitration with star defenceman P.K. Subban. No last-minute deal was concluded before Subban’s scheduled 9 a.m. ET arbitration hearing. The Canadiens have reportedly offered US$5.25 million for next season while Subban’s camp countered with $8.5..." August 01
NHL.com "P.K. Subban's agent said Wednesday he believes there is time to reach a deal with the Montreal Canadiens before an arbitration hearing scheduled for Friday. "There's always enough time in that respect," Don Meehan told Sportsnet 590 The Fan's "Prime Time Sports," according to..." August 01
Pro Hockey Talk "The good news for Carey Price is that he hasn’t — and won’t — require surgery on his hyperextended knee. The bad news, however, is that he’s going to be off ice for a while longer. “I was lucky and unlucky at the same time,” Price said of his season-ending injury, per the Tri-City Herald...." July 31
P.K. Subban seeking $8.5 million in arbitration and the Canadiens are seeking $5.25 million on a one-year deal.
Yahoo! Sports "P.K. Subban has yet to lead the Montreal Canadiens to the Stanley Cup. But he's led Seth Rogen to the Stanley Cup, through the siren’s song of Canadian beer. Rogen’s “Hilarity For Charity,” which seeks to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease, was in Montreal as a part of the Just For Laughs..." July 28
NHL.com "Defenseman P.K. Subban reiterated that he intends to sign with the Montreal Canadiens long term as his arbitration hearing approaches. "Obviously I remain adamant on remaining in Montreal and being a Montreal Canadien, and not just for a long time but hopefully for the rest of my career, and be..." July 27
Hockey Inside/Out "Patrice Brisebois, who left his job as a player-development coach with the Canadiens last week, spoke with The Gazette’s Dave Stubbs Tuesday evening to explain his decision, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family – wife Michèle and preteen daughters Alexandra and Patricia-Rose (photo..." July 23
Eller (MON) requests $3.1M...Canadiens counter with $1.65M
Habs announce they've signed 1st rd pick Nikita Scherbak and his size 13 (!) skates to a 3-year entry level deal.
The Hockey News "The wrist injury Milan Lucic suffered in Game 7 of the Boston Bruins second-round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens is healing quite nicely, thank you very much. But the ignominy he and the Bruins suffered in that same game, well, that’s taking a little longer to wear off. Shortly..." July 20
Montreal Gazette "Former Canadiens defenceman Patrice Brisebois is leaving his job as the Habs’ player development coach. “It was Patrice’s decision to move on for family reasons,” said Donald Beauchamp, the team’s senior vice-president of communications and community relations. The 43-year-old Brisebois, who..." July 18
Jiri Sekac said he was offered contract extension in Dec. from his KHL team. Agent @walsha told him to wait, NHL offers will come. They did.
Sometime before the deadline -- which is in 35 mins -- PK Subban will file for arbitration
CBSSports.com "Alex Kovalev hasn't played an NHL game in close to two years but all along he remained an active player, spending last season in the Swiss second league. He remains a player no more; on Thursday he announced his retirement from the game for good. "I'd have loved to play until I'm 50 but the..." July 03
Cody Franson was TOR player going to MTL for Gorges. Would have think he's still in play with TOR acquisition of Polak and Robidas.
MON looking at G Joey MacDonald on a two-way.
#Habs sign D Mike Weaver to 1-year deal.
Josh Gorges makes it clear on Sportsnet he just couldn't get over MTL's bitter rivalry with TOR to agree to join the Leafs.
Tom Gilbert to MON
12 teams were interested in Jiri Sekac. The KHL player who played in Prague is likely to sign in Montreal. #tvasports
Toronto still waiting and hopeful Josh Gorges will have a change of heart. Otherwise, interest shifts to D.Boyle or Stephane Robidas. #FAF
Habs trade Josh Gorges to Buffalo for a second round pick in 2016. Gorges goes to Buffalo instead of Toronto.
As per @TSNBobMcKenzie, Montreal Canadiens sign Manny Malhotra, one year, $850k
D.Boyle expects 4 offers. Washington is believed to have joined a group of teams that also includes Tor, Mtl, Det, NYR and Tampa Bay. #FAF
Appears to be 5-6 teams expressing interest in Radim Vrbata. Teams include TB,MTL,SJ and BOS. #TSN
TheScore.com "Here’s the thing with Danny Briere: he’s not very good any more. I have a ton of respect for his talent, his career, and the man he is, but as far as being an effective NHLer goes at age 36 (37 by the time next season starts), the reality is that it just ain’t there anymore. Briere is a guy who..." July 01
#Habs qualify Subban, Eller. Not Ryan White, who becomes UFA tomorrow
TSN.ca "The Montreal Canadiens have acquired forward PA Parenteau from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for Daniel Briere and the Canadiens' fifth-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. Briere lasted just one season with the Habs after signing a two-year, $8 million contract with the team this..." June 30
Josh Gorges situation in MTL problematic for all. MTL had deal with TOR but Gorges refused to waive modified NTC to go to TOR. Still won't.
Montreal Gazette "Brett Lernout decided not to attend the National Hockey League draft because he didn’t think he’d be selected very high and wanted to spend some time with family in Winnipeg. But the Canadiens coveted the physical defenceman enough to move up in the third round to select Lernout in the third..." June 29
MTL D Josh Gorges' name is out there in trade talk. TOR made a pitch for Gorges but no CDN team is on list of 15 teams he can be dealt to.
Montreal Gazette "Only time will tell whether Nikita Scherbak measures up to general manager Marc Bergevin's projection as a top-six forward, but the Russian displayed a top-six personality after he was selected by the Canadiens in the first round (26th overall) at the National Hockey League draft Friday..." June 28
PSD Staff The 2014 NHL Entry Draft goes on Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia. While this year's NHL draft will certainly not be able to match the talent pool of Thursday's NBA Draft, or even most other NHL Drafts for that matter, there are still some extremely talented players available. The best part... June 28
Yahoo! Sports "Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins and P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens were the final two players in the EA SPORTS NHL 15 cover vote, which was conducted via Twitter hashtags. One is a considered the best defensive center in hockey, or at the very least its most dominant faceoff man...." June 25
Montreal Gazette "Andrei Markov won't be leaving Montreal. Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Monday afternoon that the defenceman has signed a new three-year contract. Markov could have become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. "We are very happy to have secured a long term agreement..." June 23
Brian Gionta & his agent Steve Bartlett will be meeting to plan his future. Said Bartlett on MTL: "There's no strong inclination to leave."
Pro Hockey Talk "The closer we get to the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, the more we’re hearing of teams wanting a piece of the action. On Thursday, another club threw its hat into the ring as Montreal GM Marc Bergevin said he’s looking to trade up from the No. 26 spot, per TVA. Bergevin does have a history of being..." June 19
Montreal Gazette "Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced on Tuesday that forward Dale Weise has been signed to a two-year contract that will take him through the 2015-16 season. The team did not announce financial terms, but the deal is reported to be worth $2 million. The Canadiens acquired Weise..." June 18
Shouldn't come as a huge shock but P.K. Subban is looking for a contract north of the 7 yr, $45.5 million Alex Pietrangelo signed #Habs
All Habs "Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced today that the team has agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension with forward Dale Weise (2014-15 and 2015-16). “The acquisition of Dale Weise contributed to the success of our team this season. A young veteran with a lot of..." June 17
TSN.ca "The Montreal Canadiens could be in for a tough contract negotiation with pending unrestricted free agent Markov, as the 36-year-old defenceman is asking for a multi-year contract from the only NHL club he's ever played for. "Last I heard, and it is a fluid situation subject to change, Andrei..." June 16
Pro Hockey Talk "Now that the offseason is upon us, it’s time to start speculating on where key free agents could wind up. Perhaps the biggest name to be had this summer is Montreal Canadiens forward Thomas Vanek. While it’s been expected he’ll wind up signing with the Minnesota Wild, that may not be so certain..." June 15
Pro Hockey Talk "The Montreal Canadiens have parted ways with a hometown prospect. The Canadiens traded 2009 first-round pick Louis Leblanc to the Anaheim Ducks for a 2015 conditional fifth-round pick. Leblanc was born in nearby Point-Claire, Quebec and was given a hero’s welcome when he was taken 18th overall..." June 15
Yahoo! Sports "Whenever you see a team hand out a four-year contract extension to a head coach and that head coach isn’t Mike Babcock, the natural reaction is, “How many of those years will the team be on the hook for after he’s fired?” So it is with Michel Therrien getting a four-year contract extension..." June 15
Pro Hockey Talk "Montreal Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov is a fan favorite and it looks like he’ll be staying in Quebec. According to Richard Labbe of La Presse (link in French), Markov’s agent, former NHL forward Sergei Berezin, says his client is close to re-signing with the Habs. Translation courtesy..." June 08
Pro Hockey Talk "The Florida Panthers are getting more serious in their pursuit of a new head coach. Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin told L.A. Lariviere of TVA Sports the Panthers have asked for permission to speak with current assistant coach Gerard Gallant about their open top job. Over the weekend we..." June 02
NHL.com "Just as he had a year earlier, Carey Price met with the media Saturday to discuss how the Stanley Cup Playoffs came to an end for his Montreal Canadiens with him on the sidelines. The situation was similar, but the circumstances were wildly different. Price missed the Canadiens' fifth and..." June 01
Pro Hockey Talk "It’s locker clean out day in Montreal and with it comes talk from injured Canadiens goalie Carey Price. Price was knocked out of the Eastern Conference Final in Game 1 after a collision with New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider. The lower-body injury he suffered kept him out of the remainder..." June 01