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Liveblog: Miserable Stiffs Go to Ottawa

That’s almost an insult to the great Jimmy Stewart. How bad are your Montreal Canadiens? THREE shorthanded goals-against in Ottawa. That’s bad. That’s beyond bad. Canadiens-killer Jean-Gabriel Pageau opened the scoring with a shortie goal 12 minutes into the first period. […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens win Battle of the Non-Titans

Paul Byron scored in OT to give the Canadiens a 3-2 win over another non-playoff team. The Canadiens were nursing a 2-1 lead and on a four-minute power play when Marcus

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Liveblog: Ho-hum, another L

The home team highlight: Alex Galchenyuk brought the snoozing Bell Centre crowd alive late in the second period, snapping home his 26th of the season. It wasn't enough to offset

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Liveblog: A home-ice loss!

Erik Haula's empty-netter capped a 4-1 win for Minnesota over an absurdly depleted Canadiens lineup Mikael Grandlund scored twice and Nino Niederreiter also scored as the Wild directed 22 shots at

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Liveblog: P.K. injury casts pall over Canadiens win

What more can go wrong this season? With 2:26 left in the game and the Canadiens leading Buffalo 3-2, P.K. Subban's head took a nasty shot from Alexei Emelin's

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Liveblog: Galchenyuk … again

Alex Galchenyuk's Overtime goal – his second of the game, 23rd of the season, fourth in two games – gave the Canadiens a 4-3 win over the Dallas

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Liveblog: Canadiens winless on western swing

Winnipeg, which is having an even lousier season than your Montreal Canadiens, got three goals from Mark Scheifele – the last into an empty net – in a

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Liveblog: Canadiens go 0-for-California

Lars Eller's third period goal made it a close game. But L.A. dominated. The Kings jumped out to an early lead on first-period goals by Alec Martinez and Tanner Pearson. P.K.

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Liveblog: Canadiens lose in Shootout

Your Montreal Canadiens bounced back from their debacle in San Jose and took the hottest team in the NHL to a Shootout. Jakob Silfverberg scored the only goal of

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Liveblog: Canadiens lose in San Jose … again

The California road trip did not start well. The Canadiens were 6-2 losers in San Jose, where they haven't won in this century. Early third period goals by Melker Karlsson