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Liveblog: Islanders hang 3-0 goose-egg on Canadiens

John Tavares’ empty-netter was icing on the cake … or, in the case of the Canadiens, on the poop sandwich. Anders Lee scored a backhand beauty from close-in six minutes into the second period, extending the visitors’ lead to 2-0. […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens beat Rangers 3-2 in a Shootout

Paul Byron's Shootout goal ended a great game at MSG. Carey Price was brilliant in the OT, especially on J.T. Miller. Less than two minutes into the second period, Shea

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Liveblog: Winnipeg beats Canadiens 3-1

Winnipeg got a third-period go-ahead goal from Mathieu Perreault and an empty-netter from Patrik Laine to seal the deal and spoil  Claude Julien's debut behind the Canadiens bench. A puck

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Liveblog: Boston dumps hapless Canadiens 4-0

Frank Vatrano's goal, five minutes into the third period, completed the rout. Tuukka Rask, who had NEVER beaten the Canadiens in Boston, made 25 saves for the shutout. Carey Price faced

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Liveblog: St. Louis beats Canadiens 4-2

Patrik Berglund's empty-netter completed a hat trick for the St. Louis forward. Berglund's second of the game gave St. Louis a 3-2 lead with less than a minute left in

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Liveblog: Galchenyuk scores HUGE goal in OT to beat Arizona 5-4

Alex Galchenyuk beat Mike Smith on the Canadiens' 40th shot of the game, a shade over two minutes into Overtime, to win a wild one. Carey Price was brutal

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Liveblog: Colorado stomps Canadiens 4-zip

Ever heard of Mikko Rantanen? Me neither. The 20-year-old Colorado winger notched a hat trick in the Avalanche's easy 4-0 win over the Canadiens. Rantanen beat Carey Price on a 5-on-3

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Liveblog: Canadiens lose 1-0 in Shootout to Edmonton

Leon Draisaitl scored the only goal of the Shootout to secure a 1-0 win for Edmonton. Crap game. Few chances. Few defensive gems. The occasional good save ... mainly by Al Montoya. Edmonton

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About Saturday afternoon … Canadiens fall 3-2 to Washington

Contenders or pretenders? The playoffs don't begin for another two months, but the Canadiens' performances against quality opposition are becoming cause for concern. Saturday afternoon's 3-2 loss to Washington at the Bell

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Liveblog: Caps edge Canadiens 3-2

Nicklas Backstrom's power-play goal, five minutes into the third period, proved to be the winner. Max Pacioretty's 25th, almost eight minutes into the third, made it 3-2 and set