MitchellBuff

Liveblog: Canadiens 0-for-February

It looked good for a while. Dale Weise’s power-play goal, three minutes into the second period, tied the game and energized the Bell Centre crowd. Delirium erupted seven minutes later when Alex Galchenyuk danced around Ryan O’Reilly and snapped a […]

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MaxPhilly

Liveblog: The bleeding continues unabated

The Canadiens played a not-horrible game in Philadelphia. Down 2-0 after the first-period on goals by Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Schenn, the Canadiens battled back and tied it up on

GallyColumbus

Liveblog: The bleeding continues

Two games against the worst team in the NHL. Two losses, by 5-2 scores, for your Montreal Canadiens. A power-play goal by Alex Galchenyuk early in the third period made

BarberioColumbus

Liveblog: Canadiens lose to cellar-dwellers

Can it get any worse? We'll find out Tuesday night, when Columbus visits the Bell Centre. Cam Atkinson's hat trick keyed a 5-2 Blue Jackets win Monday night in Columbus. Brandon

DSPTO

Liveblog: Eller wins it in a Shootout!

Never in doubt! Lars Eller's goal, in the fifth round of a Shootout, won a 3-2 thriller at the ACC. Joffrey Lupul's third period goal tied it up after the

GallyBoston

Liveblog: Bruins dig CH a deeper hole

The misery continues unabated. Third-period goals by David Patsrnak and Brad Marchand – the latter an empty-netter – broke open a tight game and propelled Boston to a 4-1

PKToews

Liveblog: The bleeding continues

The big guns were blazing Sunday night in Chicago. Jonathan Toews scored twice, Patrick Kane had one and Marian Hossa added an empty-netter in the Hawks' 5-2 win. Small gun

GallagherSL

Liveblog: Canadiens lose heartbreaker in OT

They keep inventing new ways to lose. Your Montreal Canadiens thoroughly outplayed St. Louis but dropped a 4-3 decision in OT. Jori Lehtera got the winner 2:04 into OT. Tomas Plekanec

CrawfordPleks

Liveblog: Canadiens play champs tough

Tough crowd! There were scattered boos as the siren sounded on Chicago's 2-1 win over the Canadiens. There shouldn't have been. The Canadiens outshot the Hawks 40-33 but were stymied by

PleksPens

Liveblog: The losing resumes

Mike Condon kept it close. Were it not for a stellar effort by the Canadiens goaltender, the visiting Penguins would have led 6-1 after two periods. As it was, Condon