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Canadiens great Beliveau to lie in state at Bell Centre

Wednesday, 12.03.2014 / 3:14 PM / News

MONTREAL -- In accordance with the wishes of the Beliveau family, the Montreal Canadiens Hockey Club announced Wednesday the details of events in the days leading up to Mr. Beliveau's funeral.

The team's management stresses that, in keeping with the family's wishes, all activities will reflect the image of the late hockey legend: they will be simple and accessible to the public. Out of respect for the public, which has supported Jean Beliveau over the years, the Beliveau family announced that they had agreed to share their grief with the community. They hope, however, that the media and the public will continue to respect their privacy during this painful time.

In order to provide the public with an opportunity to pay their respects to Mr. Beliveau, a bronze statue of the legendary team captain will be on display across from the Bell Centre's main entrance, on avenue des Canadiens-de-Montreal today until Saturday. Mr. Beliveau will lie in state at the Bell Centre on Sunday, December 7 and Monday, December 8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fans who wish to pay a final tribute to Mr. Beliveau can do so by entering the Bell Centre using the main entrance at 1909 avenue des Canadiens-de-Montreal.


Sharks' Couture questionable vs. Bruins: report

Wednesday, 12.03.2014 / 3:07 PM / News

San Jose Sharks center Logan Couture is questionable for the game Thursday against the Boston Bruins because of an apparent head injury sustained in a 2-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday, according to

Couture was injured 26 seconds into the third period when he collided with Flyers forward Michael Raffl. It appeared that Raffl's shoulder hit Couture in the chin. Couture left the ice under his own power but did not return to the game.

He did not practice Wednesday.

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