Sometimes believing in yourself can go a long way. Carey Price is learning just how far that can be.
He may have been brought in to win key draws for the Habs, but Jeff Halpern has already made an impact extending far beyond the faceoff circle.
One of a Kind
To a lot of people, Pat Burns was just the tough ex-cop who laid down the law. A hardnosed guy who never gave an inch. But to his players, he was much more than that.
Acquired from the Avalanche this fall, speedy forward Michael Bournival of the Shawinigan Cataractes is the latest local product dreaming to one day play for the Canadiens.
Blast from the Past
Back in 1987, grooms-to-be Chris Chelios and Mike Lalor took an expected “legal” detour on their way to the altar.
The Last Word: Owen Wilson
A guy who has done it all in his Hollywood career, funnyman Owen Wilson is one of the leading comedic actors on the planet. Forever linked to his memorable roles in such comic gems as Wedding Crashers and Zoolander, the Texas native has ridden his dry wit and unmistakable southern charm to box-office pay dirt time and again as one of the industry’s most bankable stars. When Wilson stopped by the Bell Centre to catch a game, we couldn’t let him pass through Montreal without getting the inside scoop on his ties to hockey and his upcoming projects for the silver screen.
* Read the full interview HERE
On the Fly
- Tomas Plekanec: Poker Face
- My Playlist: P.K. Subban
- Dining Out with Alexandre Picard
- Habs Ink: Kirk Muller
- Behind Enemy Lines: Shea Weber on Josh Gorges
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