Montreal Canadiens (22-49-11)

    Canadiens win 4th straight Cup | This Date in History #shorts

    On May 21, 1979, the Montreal Canadiens won their 4th consecutive Stanley Cup, their 6th in the 1970s

    Kent Hughes reacts to the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery

    Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes addresses the media via Zoom following the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery.

    Keefe Admits Playoff Loss To Lightning 'Hurts A Little More' Compared To Last Season

    Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe discusses why coming up short this year hurts a little more than their playoff loss to the Montreal Canadiens last season and how it's tough cause he feels the team is a lot closer than it appears.

    TB 2, TOR 1

    Next Man Up: Episode 4 | The Cole Caufield Edition

    Hear from Cole Caufield about his journey from his NHL debut in 2020-21 where he played a key role in the Canadiens’ Stanley Cup run, to how he learned to navigate the highs and lows of pro hockey during his rookie campaign. Laval Rocket head coach Jean-Francois Houle and Canadiens interim head coach Martin St-Louis also shared their thoughts on the winger's progression throughout the 2021-22 season.

    Robinson ties Habs playoff record for defenseman | This Date in History #shorts

    On May 12th, 1987, Larry Robinson notched four points, tying a Montreal Canadiens’ playoff record for defensemen with 1 goal and 3 assists.

    Is Shane Wright A Lock To Be The First Overall Pick In The 2022 NHL Draft?

    Sam Cosentino breaks down his first mock draft after the Montreal Canadiens were awarded the first overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery.

    Habs GM Hughes jokes that his son won't be taken No. 1 overall: 'I can promise you that'

    When asked if he expects his son Jack to lobby to be taken first overall in the NHL Draft, Canadiens GM Kent Hughes jokes that his son will not be the No. 1 selection. Hughes also talks about how excited the team is by the talent in this year's draft, having the event in Montreal, and much more.

    Shane Wright Is An Ideal Fit For Canadiens With First Overall Pick

    The Hockey Central panel discuss the Montreal Canadiens winning the first overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft, the draft being held on the Canadiens' home ice, and potential top pick Shane Wright's fit in Montreal.

    Canadiens win first-overall pick and Devils move up to second | Full 2022 NHL Draft Lottery

    The Montreal Canadiens secured the first-overall pick while the New Jersey Devils moved up to second at the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery. Watch the full reveal here.

    Montreal Canadiens win the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery

    The Montreal Canadiens were announced as the winners of the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery, beating out the New Jersey Devils for the #1 pick in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft.

    Kent Hughes On Canadiens Having First Pick In 2022 NHL Draft

    General manager Kent Hughes discusses what it means for the Montreal Canadiens to have the first overall pick in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft and what attributes they will be looking for when making their selection.

    Button has 'no doubt' the Habs should take Wright No. 1, compares him to Bergeron

    The Canadiens were the big winners of the 2022 NHL Draft lottery and will very likely be rewarded with Shane Wright as their prize. What would adding Wright mean to Montreal? TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button shares his thoughts and reveals how he sees the top of the draft playing out.

    GOTTA SEE IT: The Montreal Canadiens Win The 2022 NHL Draft Lottery

    Watch as Deputy Commissioner of the NHL Bill Daly flips the card to reveal that the Montreal Canadiens have won the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery and will select first overall in the draft.

    Canadiens win the NHL Draft lottery, will select first overall in July

    The Montreal Canadiens have won the first overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft. The New Jersey Devils were awarded pick No. 2 and the Arizona Coyotes own the third selection. Montreal came into the lottery with the top odds of winning at 25.5 per cent.

    MTL 7, NJ 4

    2021-22 Magic Moments

    Relive five unforgettable moments from the 2021-22 Canadiens season.

    Canadiens And Flyers Play in Empty Bell Centre Due to Rise in COVID-19 Cases

    More than 140 NHL players have been on the COVID-19 protocol list this season.The Montreal Canadiens and Philadelphia Flyers were to play in an empty Bell Centre on Thursday night due to a spiraling rise of COVID-19 cases.The Canadiens announced about two hours before puck drop that Quebec public health officials had requested that no fans attend the game.The team says in a statement it accepted the request “in order to help ensure the safety and security of our fans and fellow citizens.”The Canadiens said there will be an update on the status of Saturday night’s game against the Boston Bruins, who currently have a six players in COVID-19 protocol, including captain Patrice Bergeron and star winger Brad Marchand.Montreal says it has been assured it will be allowed to return to partial capacity at the Bell Centre beginning in January.The Bruins placed forwards Anton Blidh and Trent Frederic and goalie Jeremy Swayman in the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol Thursday.With the number of coronavirus cases and game postponements rising across the league, the addition of Blidh, Frederic and Swayman gave the Bruins six players in the protocol.

    Reimer stops 37 for another shutout, Panthers beat Habs 2-0

    James Reimer is earning his teammates' confidence with starter Roberto Luongo on the shelf.

    MTL 0, FLA 2

    Stamkos leads surging Lightning past Canadiens 3-1

    The Tampa Bay Lightning got to Carey Price in time to pick up another victory.

    MTL 1, TB 3


    Florida Panthers goalie James Reimer, left, blocks the puck as teammate Mark Pysyk looks on during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Montreal Canadiens, Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017, in Sunrise, Fla. (AP Photo/Luis M. Alvarez)