Montreal Canadiens' P.K. Subban Spotted Getting Into Lamborghini On Montagne Street

Looks like the Habs know how to enjoy F1 weekend in style. PK Subban has taken his lambo out and is driving it around the city, as any of us would if we could afford it.

Guess when you're out of the playoffs you might as well take advantage of the excitement of the city, and who can blame him really.

PK was coming out of Hotel Le Crystal on Montagne street yesterday (June 5th) afternoon and funny enough we spotted the exact same thing last year.

After a long wait full of rumours and speculation, the Montreal Canadiens have finally named their new general manager. Welcome to the circus, Kent Hughes!

As part of the new administration with Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations Jeff Gorton and Vice President of Communications Chantal Machabée, Hughes is an outside-the-box hire for a team that desperately needs a cultural rebuild both on and off the ice.

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Brendan Gallagher Shared A Cute Photo With A Possible Girlfriend & Here's What We Know

Could love be in the air for this Montreal Canadiens player? 💕

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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With the Omicron variant running amok in our province, hockey's governing body in the province, Hockey Québec, has made the difficult decision to cancel all hockey games in Quebec — professional and amateur — until January 9.

According to a press release, "The members of Hockey Québec's board of directors have decided to temporarily suspend league games as of today, until January 9, 2022, inclusive. Practices will still be allowed."

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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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