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  • Report: Canadiens re-sign forward Brock Trotter to a one year deal.
  • Canadiens ink Darche to a one year contract.
  • Andrei Kostitsyn signs a one year deal worth 3.25m with the Habs.
  • Kyle Klubertanz signs with Djurgarden in the Swedish Elitserien League.
  • Canadiens have re-signed Hal Gill to a one year contract.
  • Habs sign centreman Joonas Nattinen to a 3 year two-way deal.
  • Habs sign defenseman Alexei Yemelin to a one year two-way contract.
  • Montreal Canadiens have signed Raphael Diaz to a one year two-way contract.

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    Posted on August 30, 2016 Position: Coordinator, Editorial As a member of the Canadiens’ marketing department, you will be called on to contribute to a number of different initiatives on the team’s digital platforms. You will also be involved in writing and translating marketing collateral, in addition to updating the team’s official Web site, canadiens.com […]
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    MONTREAL – Heading into his second full season with the Canadiens, Paul Byron firmly believes his best is yet to come. After being claimed off waivers last October from the Calgary Flames, Byron lit the lamp a career-high 11 times in 62 games, and generated 18 points while proving to be a defensive specialist, particularly on the penalty kill. Not only was B […]
  • On the other side of the microphone with ... Guillaume Latendresse August 29, 2016
    When hockey players decide to hang up their skates, their desire to stay connected to the sport they played and were so very passionate about since childhood, is still as strong as ever before. Some end up working directly with their respective teams, while some decide to work on the other side of the microphone as TV or radio analysts. Many Habs alums now c […]
  • Expanding their horizons August 26, 2016
    BROSSARD – Always on the lookout for new and exciting ventures, the Canadiens Hockey School put an emphasis on its female clientele over the last few days. Weeks after celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Canadiens Hockey School decided to further extend its involvement in Quebec’s minor hockey scene. This year, organizers built on the relationship the team […]

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  • Sharks re-sign forward Matt Nieto to 1-year contract July 18, 2016
    SAN JOSE, Calif. - The San Jose Sharks have signed forward Matt Nieto to a one-year contract. The 23-year-old Nieto was a restricted free agent, whose rights were retained by the Sharks last month. He had eight goals and nine assists in 67 ga...
  • Devils sign defenceman Reece Scarlett to two-way contract July 18, 2016
    NEWARK, N.J. - The New Jersey Devils have re-signed defenceman Reece Scarlett to a one-year, two-way contract worth $600,000 at the NHL level. General manager Ray Shero announced the signing of the restricted free agent on Monday. Scarlett...
  • Rangers sign forward Kovacs to entry-level contract July 18, 2016
    NEW YORK, N.Y. - The New York Rangers have signed forward Robin Kovacs to an entry-level contract. General manager Jeff Gorton announced the signing on Monday. Kovacs was the Rangers third-round draft pick in 2015. The 19-year-old played i...
  • Restricted free agent Mike Hoffman hopeful to remain with Senators July 17, 2016
    TORONTO - Restricted free agent forward Mike Hoffman says his No. 1 goal is to remain an Ottawa Senator. The 26-year-old, who was visiting Canadian IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe ahead of Sunday's Honda Indy Toronto, filed for salary arbitr...
  • Sidney Crosby takes Stanley Cup to air carrier, hometown coffee shop July 16, 2016
    HALIFAX - A parade will be held today in Cole Harbour, N.S., to honour favourite son Sidney Crosby, who is bringing the Stanley Cup to his hometown fans. It's not the first time Crosby has brought professional hockey's most prestigious trophy...
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