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The Colorado Avalanche clinched the Stanley Cup finals on Sunday night, defeating defending champions the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5. Naturally, the team — including Quebec's own Nicolas Aubé-Kubel — was overjoyed.

Aubé-Kubel had the honour of parading the famed trophy around the ice as the team gathered for a group photo. But it appears his excitement got the better of him.

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Montreal's Grand Prix is officially on, and while the esteemed event brings out some major F1 fans, it also attracts high-profile celebs, and athletes alike, including former Montreal Canadiens player, PK Subban.

The former Habs defensemen kicked things off during his visit to the 514 this weekend repping Red Bull who brought together a handful of sponsored athletes including Sergio Perez, Yuki Tsunoda, and Sébastian Toutant for none other than a Zamboni race on the Esplanade of the Olympic Park on June 16.

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The Montreal Canadians have quite a lot to celebrate!

The Habs have officially won the 2022 NHL Draft lottery and will be able to have the first pick come the big day in July.

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After a years-long battle with cancer, Montreal Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur has died.

The news of Lafleur's death originally came via a Facebook post by his sister, Lise Lafleur, who wrote "Guy I love you, you are done suffering, we will miss you very much."

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As public health restrictions ease, you're probably excited to see your favourite athletes and performers do their thing in person — just like the good old days. If you're also a hockey fan, the Montreal Canadiens and Molson Export have some good news to share with you.

Founded in 1786, the Molson brewery is continuing its legacy of bringing people together with a new contest. This year, the brand is hosting the Molson Rivalry Train to give you the chance to attend a Habs away game and a fancy business-class train ride.

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The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics are well underway, and it seems as if Team Canada has sparked up some drama. After Mark McMorris made a dig toward teammate Max Parrot following the men's slopestyle finals, McMorris has issued an apology.

On February 7, Parrot became Team Canada's first Olympic athlete to win a gold medal at this year's Olympics during the men's snowboard slopestyle event, where fellow Canadian McMorris placed third. However, McMorris expressed later that perhaps he should have been the one representing Canada atop the podium.

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The Montreal Canadiens have a new head coach. Habs General Manager Kent Hughes has announced that Martin St. Louis will replace Dominique Ducharme as the team's new interim head coach.

The news was reported Wednesday afternoon only hours following the firing of Dominique Ducharme. In a statement released by the National Hockey League, Kent Hughes said he is "very happy to welcome Martin to the Canadiens organization."

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The dream of a "sister city" baseball team shared by Montreal and Tampa Bay has officially been crushed by Major League Baseball's executive council.

The council rejected the plan on Thursday — around two-and-a-half years after giving the Tampa Bay Rays permission to explore the idea in 2019.

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The Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Saint-Justine just released safety guidelines for children and their parents looking to go sledding this winter — in particular, choosing sledding locations carefully, always sledding with adult supervision and always wearing a helmet.

Sledding activities have become more popular since the beginning of the pandemic, as kids and teens are looking for more opportunities to get out of the house and have some fun. With this increased time outdoors, there's an increased risk of injury, as the CHU Sainte-Justine has seen.

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Love may be in the air for Montreal Canadiens player Brendan Gallagher, who posted an adorable photo of himself with a possible girlfriend on Instagram.

The number 11 right-winger has been historically private about his love life with his last "media courtship" dating back to 2017 when he was spotted with Montreal's Vanessa Grimaldi, a former The Bachelor contestant, which could be why the photo sparked thousands of "likes," hundreds of comments and a whole lot of buzz.

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The Montreal Canadiens have been dealt another blow. The team has announced that Saturday's game against the Boston Bruins at the Bell Centre is postponed until further notice.

"Tomorrow's game in Montreal between the Canadiens and Boston Bruins has been postponed. A make-up date for the game has yet to be established," a press release on the Habs' official website reads.

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