Douglas Gelevan

Douglas Gelevan is a national award-winning journalist who has been a member of the CBC team since 2010. In addition to his role as host of CBC Montreal Weekend News, Doug also covers community sports and sports news.

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Canadiens icon Guy Lafleur, one of hockey's flashiest players, dead at 70

Montreal Canadiens icon Guy Lafleur, who captured five Stanley Cup titles and was a hockey hero in Quebec long before his NHL playing days, has died. He was 70.

It was a season of struggles with silver linings for Djordje Mihailovic and CF Montreal

Djordje Mihailovic came to Montreal from Chicago in a trade and has since contributed to the team's surprising performance this season.

Quebec cricket on the rise? Local player selected for national team for 1st time in 12 years

In getting selected for upcoming T-20 world cup qualifiers, Shreyas Vasudevareddy Movva has broken a 12-year drought of Quebec-based players to be selected for Canada's men's senior national cricket programs.

Win or lose, Jonathan Drouin's comeback to the Habs is a triumph

As the puck drops on the 2021-22 NHL season, the Montreal Canadiens face the difficult task of repeating the run to the Stanley Cup Final.

'I don't expect any mercy': Record number of girls playing tackle football at Sun Youth

Hayley Harrison says she'd like to keep playing in college or university next season. But even if that doesn't happen, she wants to keep working to inspire other girls to enter the sport.

Anderson and Habs aim to avoid Stanley Cup Final hangover

With just one season under his belt as a Montreal Canadien, Josh Anderson is one of the players expected to play a big role in the team's 2021-22 season, which will see the Habs return to playing teams in all divisions.

Meet Ted Lasso's Canadian goalkeeper who brings poutine and Montreal realness to the hit show

Montreal actor Moe Jeudy-Lamour stars as French-Canadian goalkeeper Thierry Zoreaux on Ted Lasso, the hit comedy series nominated for a whopping 20 Emmys. He talks about bringing a bit of himself to the role and the Canadian sports experience that prepared him to play a soccer goalie.

In the home of the Habs, to raise the traffic cone is to raise the Stanley Cup

In many ways Montreal's famous traffic cones are a perfect metaphor for the Montreal Canadiens run to the Stanley Cup Final

For fans of the Montreal Canadiens, it really 'Feels like '93' again

It's been 28 years since the Habs surprised the hockey world, and hip hop artist Annakin Slayd's 2010 track "Feels like '93" is once again a rallying cry for the Habs to do the improbable and win the Stanley Cup.

How a Montrealer became trainer to the stars in Dubai

Nicolas St-Maurice, 33, has built a name for himself training professional athletes and celebrities in Dubai.