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Canadiens goalie Jacques Plante gets ready to make a save during a Nov. 1955 game between the Canadiens and Bruins.

HACKEL: Why players’ contract rights are key to lockout

Canadiens goalie Jacques Plante gets ready to make a save during a Nov. 1955 game between the Canadiens and Bruins.
HACKEL: Why players’ contract rights are key to lockout

Tim Brent of the Carolina Hurricanes flips over the boards after being checked during a game against the Canadiens last night. (Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

DATER: See what Carolina and Montreal land in this week’s Power Rankings

Tim Brent of the Carolina Hurricanes flips over the boards after being checked during a game against the Canadiens last night. (Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
DATER: See what Carolina and Montreal land in this week’s Power Rankings

Montreal Patrick Roy gets ready to defend a slapshot by Boston forward Ted Donato during a 1992 Canadiens-Bruins game. Montreal fans are hoping Roy can return to the Habs as coach or GM, but SI’s Stu Hackel believes the former goalie is more interested in bringing a team to Quebec City. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)

HACKEL: Can Roy rescue the Canadiens? Don’t count on it
GALLERY: Montreal Canadiens Legends

Montreal Patrick Roy gets ready to defend a slapshot by Boston forward Ted Donato during a 1992 Canadiens-Bruins game. Montreal fans are hoping Roy can return to the Habs as coach or GM, but SI’s Stu Hackel believes the former goalie is more interested in bringing a team to Quebec City. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)
HACKEL: Can Roy rescue the Canadiens? Don’t count on itGALLERY: Montreal Canadiens Legends

When looking at the top lines in hockey history, Montreal’s Dynasty Line of Steve Shutt, Guy Lafleur and Jacques Lemaire has earned a spot near the top. The group helped the Habs win five Stanley Cups, including four in a row. Click below for more of hockey’s all-time best lines. (Tony Triolo/SI)

GALLERY: Hockey’s All-Time Classic Lines

When looking at the top lines in hockey history, Montreal’s Dynasty Line of Steve Shutt, Guy Lafleur and Jacques Lemaire has earned a spot near the top. The group helped the Habs win five Stanley Cups, including four in a row. Click below for more of hockey’s all-time best lines. (Tony Triolo/SI)
GALLERY: Hockey’s All-Time Classic Lines

Members of the Montreal Canadiens gather around goalie Peter Budaj before their game against Washington at the Bell Centre last night. (Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images)

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Members of the Montreal Canadiens gather around goalie Peter Budaj before their game against Washington at the Bell Centre last night. (Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images)
VIDEO: Watch Montreal-Washington highlightsPOWER RANKINGS: See where the Canadiens rank