Marie-Philip Poulin discusses how skills coaching will make the Canadiens better
Canada’s top athlete has a unique perspective on coaching strategy as she continues to dominate as a player.
Women’s hockey Wednesday: Local talent shines at home and on the road
The Force played their first home games, and Marie-Philip Poulin shines in Pittsburgh.
Women’s hockey weekend roundup: Force split opening weekend, Poulin shines in Truro
The expansion PHF team plays their first games and the PWHPA was in Nova Scotia.
‘I thought my career was over’: Kim St-Pierre’s Hall of Fame journey almost never happened
The first female goaltender to be inducted into Hockey’s Hall of Fame had adversity at almost every turn.
The 2018-19 Canadiennes were the best Montreal team to not win the Clarkson Cup
It was supposed to be the start of a new era, instead it was the end.
The Montreal women’s hockey all-decade team
From the Stars to the Canadiennes, talent was abundant in the last 10 years.
For women’s hockey, the talk needs to stop and turn to action
The PWHPA is all in. Who’s going to join them at the table?
‘We’re not really looking for convenient’: Hilary Knight talks about the latest women’s hockey movement
The American forward is no stranger to standing up for the game.
Women’s hockey players announce professional hockey boycott
The players say they will not play in North American professional leagues until they get the resources they desire.
The CWHL became exactly what it was trying to get away from
The board lost track of what the league was supposed to be, and now people are left to pick up the pieces.
What’s next for women’s hockey in Montreal?
With the CWHL folding, processing what that could mean going forward.
The Canadian Women’s Hockey League to cease operations on May 1
The league announces the business model was unsustainable, and will not continue.
Les Canadiennes are left wondering what could have been
They won’t use it as an excuse, but injuries defined Montreal’s season.
Les Canadiennes fall to Inferno in Clarkson Cup Final
Comeback comes up short; Calgary takes home second title in franchise history.
Ten years later: Remembering the first Clarkson Cup Final
As Montreal gets set to return to Clarkson Cup glory, we look back at the first time the Cup was played for.
Marie-Philip Poulin, Erin Ambrose take home hardware at CWHL Awards
Les Canadiennes won four trophies on the night.
Marie-Philip Poulin, Emerance Maschmeyer lead Canadiennes award nominees
Two double-nominees lead the charge for Friday’s CWHL Awards ceremony.
‘Incredibly, overwhelmingly powerful’: Canadiennes’ Jill Saulnier rallies the community to overcome a tragedy
The Nova Scotia native is holding a charity hockey fundraiser for the Barho family.
Hilary Knight and Lauriane Rougeau stepped up big for Les Canadiennes
Two veterans no strangers to big games played at their best for Montreal to move on.
‘There was one wave of red after another’: Canadiennes move on to Clarkson Cup final
Montreal shuts door in 5-0 rout of Markham.
Les Canadiennes advance to Clarkson Cup Final with emphatic 5-0 win
Montreal’s CWHL team moves on to the winner-take-all championship game.
CWHL Recap & Highlights: Canadiennes’ comeback falls short, winner-take-all game three to come
Series to be decided in Sunday’s finale.
‘We had nothing.’: How Les Canadiennes turned a stolen car & equipment into a team effort
A crazy day preceded the team’s playoff opener.
No captain, no skates, no problem: Fabs take 1-0 series lead in semi-final
Montreal wins 3-0 despite missing players to injury and an incident earlier in the day.
Playoff Preview: Canadiennes, Markham Thunder renew hostilities
For the third straight year the semi-final features these two teams.
Les Canadiennes raise $16,000 - and counting - for breast cancer
The annual Pink in the Rink game was another success.
Montreal Canadiens Organizational Players of February
Lots of offence and one spectacular defensive performance earn five players monthly honours.
CWHL Recap & Highlights: Canadiennes split series against Thunder
The two teams will meet again in the first round of the playoffs.
Canadiennes hospital visit gives perspective ahead of breast cancer fundraiser
The team’s Pink in the Rink game for breast cancer is on Saturday at Place Bell.
CWHL Recap & Highlights: Les Canadiennes survive scare to sweep Worcester
A two-goal deficit did not prevent Montreal from completing the sweep.
Lacasse, Poulin lead the way as Canada evens Rivalry Series
After a 1-0 loss, Canada comes back with a 4-3 win.