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Painting the town red (white, and blue)

With MURAL Festival underway, tours some of Montreal's best Habs-inspired outdoor artworks

by Steven Nechay @CanadiensMTL /

Just like F1 weekend, Montreal's annual MURAL Festival marks the unofficial start of summer in the city.

Every June as the weather gets warmer and Mount Royal transforms from grey to green, Montreal adds a whole lot of color to its landscape -- literally -- as more than a dozen new murals designed by some of the world's most talented artists sprout up along the city's downtown core.

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Summer surprise

Phillip Danault crashes local street hockey game while visiting his hometown Victoriaville

by Steven Nechay @CanadiensMTL /

Even after the NHL season ends, hockey season continues year-round in Quebec.

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Battle of the speed demons

Speedy Canadiens forward Paul Byron spent the morning with F1 racer Valtteri Bottas in Brossard

by Dan Braverman @CanadiensMTL /

BROSSARD - Paul Byron is well known for being one of the fastest players on the Canadiens. Some might say he's as fast as a race car driver. Unlikely, perhaps, but on Wednesday, he got to spend the morning with one, as Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas dropped by the Bell Sports Complex for a visit ahead of this weekend's F1 race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

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Dynasties : The Habs vs. The King

LeBron James set to play in seventh consecutive championship series, a modern day sports milestone

by Vincent Régis, translated by Steven Nechay @canadiensmtl /

MONTREAL - Making the finals once is nice, and sure, twice is even nicer. But how about seven times -- in a row?

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#TBT: NHL Guardian Project

With Guardians of the Galaxy 2 officially hitting theatres on Friday, takes a look back at the NHL's own 'Guardian' Project

by Steven Nechay @CanadiensMTL /

Star-Lord. Gamora. Groot… The Montreal Canadien?

It's safe to say one of these 'Guardians' won't be back to save the Galaxy for a second time this summer.

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New York City loves the Habs

The NYC Habs Fan Club counts over 300 members in the Big Apple

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL /

NYC Habs Fan Club

Habs fans enjoy a playoff parade in NYC

Canadiens fans in New York get together to enjoy the tastes of home while cheering their team on in the Big Apple

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NEW YORK - New Yorkers are used to seeing fans sporting red, white, and blue, but during the playoffs, they should expect to see plenty of bleu-blanc-rouge as well.

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Field of dreams

As Major League Baseball returns to Montreal for two days, Brendan Gallagher is feeling spring fever

by Steven Nechay @CanadiensMTL /

MONTREAL -- Brendan Gallagher's dream of hanging out in a big league bullpen will need to wait at least one more year.

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Desharnais and Shaw: BFFs?

David Desharnais and Andrew Shaw have quickly formed a bond in Montreal

by Joanie Godin @canadiensmtl /

MONTREAL -- Enduring friendships are a byproduct of playing pro hockey -- sometimes by necessity.

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Habs predict Super Bowl LI

Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn make their picks for Super Bowl LI

by Steven Nechay @CanadiensMTL /

The web is full of "experts" breaking down the Super Bowl, but this is not your typical Super Bowl preview.

Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn aren't your typical NFL experts, either -- the former's 2-4 record when it comes to making playoff picks is proof enough of that.

Still, if there's one thing the Habs duo love more than talking football it's grinding each other's gears, and that's why Mitchell and Flynn are back one last time to make their final predictions for the NFL season.


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Road to the Super Bowl: Conference Championships

Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn break down the NFC and AFC Championship games

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL /

The web is full of experts breaking down the NFL playoffs, but this is not your typical playoff preview.

Football fans Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn are also not your typical NFL experts. We asked the Habs forwards to call on their vast pigskin knowledge during the postseason to help set the table for Super Bowl LI.

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