Price moves up the list
Carey Price made 27 saves for the 23rd shutout of his career.
This ties Price with Jose Theodore for seventh on the Canadiens all-time list.
Rene Bourque's second period goal was the winner.
David Desharnais added an empty netter.
The Canadiens had 27 shots on Reto Berra.
Turning point: four minutes and change into the second period, two Canadiens penalty-killers – Lars Eller and Tomas Plekanec – were in the box.
The Canadiens killed a two-minute 5-on-3.
Finally, a power-play goal
With Reto Berra on the bench and Mike Cammalleri in the penalty box, David Desharnais's ninth of the season sealed a 2-0 win.
Playing against his old team, Rene Bourque pushed a Brandon Prust pass past Reto Berra for the game's first goal.
The Canadiens killed off a full two-minute 5-on-3 with two of their penalty-killers – Tomas Plekanec and Lars Eller – in the box.
Canadiens outshot the Flames 15-14.
Let's got to the first-period highlight reel:
But hey, Raphael Diaz scored in Boston.
Those were the days
The last time Calgary visited the Bell Centre, on Oct. 13, 2011, Andrei Kostitsyn opened the scoring less than two minutes into the game.
The unlamented AK46 was the only Canadiens to beat Mikka Kiprusoff that night, as Flames – despite a 36-21 shot deficit – pumped four goals past Carey Price.
Rene Bourque scored twice for the visitors.
Yes, THAT Rene Bourque – the enigmatic winger who has scored one goal on the road this season.
The Flames, who beat the Canadiens 3-2 in Calgary Oct. 9, ride a five-game winning streak into the Bell Centre.
The Canadiens are coming off a pair of weekend losses to Tampa Bay and Winnipeg.