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Liveblog: The Lars Eller Show

The young centre explodes with a four-goal effort, including a spectacular penalty shot.
In one game, Eller doubled his season goal output.
And your Montreal Canadiens begin 2012 in spectacular fashion.

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Liveblog: Happy 2012!

Nowhere to go but up, right? Right? Hey, anyone out there? That's 15 blown leads this season. Brutal ... and

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Liveblog: Tough loss

Your Montreal Canadiens blew a 3-1 lead and lost 4-3. Marc-André Bergeron and Vincent Lecavalier scored third-period goals, and the Canadiens were beaten for the 14th time in a

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Liveblog: Finally, a W!

If you were outside Scotiabank Place at about 10 p.m., you saw a terrified money running through an Ottawa snowstorm. It was the one that jumped off Randy Cunneyworth's

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Liveblog: Still 0-for-Cunneyworth

The losing streak reaches five. Scratching P.K. Subban and Lars Eller didn't help your Montreal Canadiens. Maybe nothing can. What a difference two months makes: the Canadiens' first visit to Winnipeg

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Liveblog: 0-for-Cunneyworth

With their 5-1 loss in Chicago, the Canadiens are winless in three starts under their new coach. And they play again in Winnipeg on Thursday night – against a

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Liveblog: Three in a row

Losses, that is. Playing without Milan Lucic, Boston beat the Canadiens 3-2. Now it's on to Chicago. So Jacques Martin was the problem,

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Liveblog: Plus ça change … Devils 5 – Canadiens 3

3-3 going into the third period. Visitors score early. Crowd totally deflated and bummed out. Happened against the Flyers. Happened against the Devils. Déja poo at the Bell

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Liveblog: Flyers beat Canadiens 4-3

A very bad goal at a very bad time: Eight minutes into the third period, P.K. Subban coughed up the puck to Jaromir Jagr and Andrej Meszaros beat Carey

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Liveblog: Canadiens beat Islanders 5-3

The Canadiens blew a two-goal lead ... again. But Petteri Nokelainen, of all people, beat Al Montoya with one the Islanders' goalie should have stopped. Hal Gill added an