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About last night … Canadiens bounced 3-1 by the Rangers

The Captain didn’t score. The All-World goaltender didn’t steal any games.  And – let’s be honest here, peeps – the better team won the series. It’s going to be a looooooooooooooong summer for Montreal hockey fans. And, at the risk […]

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Staalgally

Liveblog: Rangers 3 – Canadiens 1

Derek Stepan's empty-netter sealed the deal on the Canadiens' season. Mats Zuccarello scored the Rangers' first power-play goal of the series – beating Carey Price short side –  less

Kingspray

Liveblog: Canadiens lose 3-2 in OT

The Rangers dominated Overtime and were full value for Mika Zibanejad's winning goal, almost 15 minutes in. It was the Rangers' 10th shot, to three for the home team. The

HitonStaal

Liveblog: Rangers win 2-1, even series

It's a best-of-three playoff series. A shade over four minutes into the second period, a Jordie Benn turnover resulted in Rangers pressure and a Rick Nash goal from close

SkjeiHit

Liveblog: Canadiens 3 – Rangers 1

Third period goals by Shea Weber and the brilliant Alexander Radulov sealed the deal. Brady Shjei spoiled Carey Price's shutout. It took almost 18 minutes for the game's first goal

WeberRangers

Liveblog: Radulov beats Rangers 4-3 in OT

Sign him, Marc. Alexander Radulov ended a thriller at the Bell Centre, and the Canadiens are alive in this series. Tomas Plekanec, of all people, scored with 17 seconds left

Rangers scrum

Liveblog: Rangers take series opener 2-0

Michael Grabner's empty-netter sealed the deal. The home team dominated the game early, but Tanner Glass – of all people – scored the game's first goal 9:50 in. Tomas Plekanec won

OttWings

Liveblog: Canadiens beat Detroit 3-2 in OT

Alex Galchenyuk – of all people – scored his fifth Overtime goal of the season to end it. He beat Peter Mrazek 1:42 into OT to win a meaningless game for

BigMacTB

Liveblog: Tampa Bay beats Canadiens 4-2

Two goals in 21 third-period seconds: Artturi Lehkonen's shorthanded seeing-eye, his 17th of the season, ignited hopes of a home-team comeback. But Yanni Gourde scored 21 seconds later to restore

Ristolainen

Liveblog: Canadiens edged 2-1 in Buffalo

Tomas Plekanec's third-period goal avoided the ignominy of a shutout. Tyler Ennis made it 2-0 11:35 into the second period after some sloppy defensive play by the Canadiens. Rasmus Ristolainen