North Jersey "Although Devils right wing Jordin Tootoo said he doesn't expect any carryover from his exchange of words with Vancouver's Alexandre Burrows Sunday night, left wing Bobby Farnham said he wouldn't be surprised if the Canucks come after him for his second period fight with Jake Virtanen when the..." November 11
NHL.com "Montreal Canadiens forward Brandon Prust has been fined $5,000 for derogatory public comments directed toward Referee Brad Watson during his post-game media availability on Sunday, May 3, the National Hockey League announced today." May 06
TSN "Montreal Canadiens forward Brandon Prust apologized on Tuesday for the comments he made about referee Brad Watson following a Game 2 loss on Sunday. Prust said he wishes he could take back what he said about the official. "I was emotional," Prust told the media on Tuesday in Tampa. "It was..." May 05
National Post "A former NHL referee said Brandon Prust made himself a marked man in future games for “going public and embarrassing” refereeing Brad Watson in a post-game interview on Sunday night. “You can’t win,” said Kerry Fraser, who officiated 1,904 regular season games and 261 playoff games, including..." May 04
Pro Hockey Talk "Montreal forward Brandon Prust accumulated 31 penalty minutes during the Lightning’s 6-2 win over the Canadiens, mostly because he hit goalie Ben Bishop and then fought Tampa Bay blueliner Braydon Coburn, but it’s his postgame rant that might end up leading to supplementary discipline. “I..." May 04
NHL.com "New York Rangers forward Derek Stepan still can't eat solid foods. After a hit early in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final from Montreal Canadiens forward and former teammate Brandon Prust fractured his jaw, Stepan had surgery and will be eating through a straw for roughly the next six..." May 30
NHL.com "Montreal Canadiens forward Brandon Prust has been suspended two games for interference with New York Rangers forward Derek Stepan during Game 3 of the teams' Eastern Conference Final series in New York on Thursday, May 22, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced..." May 24
Prust hit on Stepan will be discussed by Safety Dept at length. Very late. Not a clear headshot, but significant head contact.
Brandon Prust will be out for the reminder of the regular season with an upper body injury.
Montreal Gazette "There’s pain that Canadiens hard-rock forward Brandon Prust endures every day of the hockey season, and then there was the pained expression on Maripier Morin's face when Prust, her boyfriend, emerged from a Canadiens VIP lounge at the Bell Centre last Sunday noon. Prust had entered the room..." January 11
Prust out a month with a shoulder injury-- we'll see how quick Parros gets back into the lineup now.
Montreal Gazette "This Canadiens squad would have been really something in 1909, when a game was composed of two 30-minute periods. No pesky middle frame, inconsiderately added in 1910, during which players could vanish into the foggy mists rising from the soft, natural ice. There was a bit of levity in the..." March 11
TSN "The Montreal Canadiens will have to do without the services of bruising forward Brandon Prust for up to two weeks. Prust suffered a first degree shoulder separation on Saturday and will be sidelined 10-14 days. Prust hit the boards hard in the third period of Saturday's win over the Tampa..." March 10
Habs Eyes On The Prize "Last night with the Montreal Canadiens on a 5 minute major powerplay because of Mike Brown's dirty hit on Josh Gorges, Brandon Prust got suckered by Dion Phaneuf. If Prust had fought Phaneuf, that would be a heck of a solid tradeoff in any game situation, but it was pretty clear that Phaneuf..." February 28
New York Post "It was a good three years on Broadway for bruising winger Brandon Prust, but when the free agency bell rang after last season, so did opportunity — of the professional and financial kind, alike. Last night at the Garden, when the Rangers lost 3-1 to Prust and his new team, the Canadiens, he..." February 20
New York Post "There’s no sentiment in hockey. For when Brandon Prust, a heart-and-soul Ranger who was one of John Tortorella’s favorite players during the winger’s stint on Broadway, returns to the Garden tonight wearing the Canadiens’ No. 8, this is what the coach yesterday said he will see: “A guy in a..." February 19