Liveblog: Canadiens alone on top

No Brendan Gallagher? No problem. No Carey Price? Well, we’ll see. Devante Smith-Pelly, who took Gallagher’s RW spot on the Tomas Plekanec-Max Pacioretty line, scored twice against the Rangers Wednesday night. His second keyed a third-period explosion that turned a […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens complete season sweep of Islanders with 4-2 win

Alex Galchenyuk, who hadn't lit the lamp since Oct. 29 in Edmonton, scored his first home-ice goal of the season on a third-period power play to give the


Liveblog: Price makes 33 saves in return

Jaro Halak was out of the game after allowing three goals on 11 shots in 20 minutes. Making his first start in three weeks, Carey Price played 60 minutes


Liveblog: Coyotes top Canadiens 3-2

No comeback this time. The Canadiens spotted Arizona a 3-0 lead and fell short, despite a late goal by Dale Weise that set up an exciting ending and a deceptive final


Liveblog: Canadiens come back from 3-0, beat Vancouver in OT

There is life after 3-0. Tomas Fleischmann's late third-period goal tied the game, and David Desharnais completed a great passing play with Fleischmann and P.K. Suburban to beat Jacob


Liveblog: Roy finally coaches a win at the Bell Centre

Patrick Roy is finally off the schneid at the Bell Centre. Emphatically. After losses in his first two visits as Colorado coach, the Hall of Famer watched his Avalanche drive


Liveblog: Canadiens lose in Shootout

The Canadiens are winless this seasion in games that last longer than 60 minutes. David Perron and Sidney Crosby scored in the Shootout to secure a 4-3 win for


Liveblog: Three in the third bury Bruins

A Coach's Challenge by Claude Julien resulted in Tomas Plekanec's third-period goal being disallowed. There was anger at the Bell Centre until Lars Eller cashed a sweet Alex Galchenyuk


Liveblog: Three in the third win it for Canadiens

Goals by David Desharnais and Brendan Gallagher in the third period broke open a tense 1-1 tie. Tomas Plekanec added an empty netter – his third of the season


Liveblog: Ottawa wins 2-1 in OT

It took 34 seconds of Overtime for Kyle Turris to finish off a 2-on-1 with Mike Hoffman and beat Mike Condon for the winning goal. Craig Anderson made 36