About last night … Carolina tops Canadiens 4-1

Is this team ready for the playoffs? Absolutely … if we’re talking about the Carolina Hurricanes. The Canadiens? Not so much. Coming off back-to-back clutch wins over Ottawa, the Canadiens have spent the week soiling the bed sheets against Detroit, which […]

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Liveblog: Carolina cruises to 4-1 win

Lee Stempniak – playing for his 10th NHL team – scored twice in Carolina's win. Stempniak's second of the game, five minutes into the third period, squelched the home team's


About last night … Detroit beats Canadiens 2-1 in OT

At least they salvaged a point. Until Artturi Lehkonen beat Jimmy Howard with 2:29, it looked like the Canadiens were going to be shut out for the second time


Liveblog: Detroit 2 – Canadiens 1 in OT

Quebec homeboy Anthony Mantha scored late in Overtime to win it for Detroit. Artturi Lehkonen, who hadn't scored in FOREVER, beat Jimmy Howard late in the third period to


About last night … Canadiens beat Ottawa 4-1

Barring a late-season collapse, the Canadiens' winning weekend has won them the Atlantic Division. And Ottawa has lost it. The Senators were no-shows Sunday night at the Bell Centre. The


Liveblog: Canadiens stomp Ottawa 4-1

Paul Byron, a waiver pickup last season, scored his 20th goal to extend the Canadiens lead early in the third period. Nathan Beaulieu added a late power-play goal to


About last night … Canadiens edge Senators 4-3

Never in doubt, right? Shootout heroics by Paul Byron and Alexander Radulov secured a 4-3 win in Kanata Saturday night, setting up what should be a dandy rematch at


Liveblog: Canadiens beat Ottawa 4-3 in a shootout

Paul Byron and Alexander Radulov beat Craig Anderson in a Shootout to secure the vital win. The Canadiens managed to kill a penalty at the end of OT Two quick goals


About last night … Hawks down Canadiens 4-2

Was that a Stanley Cup preview? The NHL could do a lot worse than a best-of-seven series pitting two of the Original Six franchises. Chicago could make one half of


Liveblog: Chicago beats Canadiens 4-2

Jonathan Toews' empty-netter squelched a late Canadiens comeback. Third-period goals by Paul Byron and Shea Weber brought the Canadiens back from a 3-0 deficit to set up some late