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 the game’s first star, homeboy Corey Crawford. All the […]

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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

MaxSchneider

Liveblog: Canadiens edge Devils

Adam Henrique's goal, a mere 50 seconds into the third period – conjured up visions of imminent collapse. Didn't happen. Playing the second half of a back-to-back, the Canadiens hustled

PetryPhilly

Liveblog: Canadiens go 2-6 on road trip

Your Montreal Canadiens ended their longest road trip of the season with an ignominious 4-32 loss in Philadelphia. Daniel Carr's last-minute goal made the final score deceptively respectable. Sean Couturier's

DDScores

Liveblog: Canadiens romp in Winter Classic

Dismal in December, your Montreal Canadiens are looking jaunty in January. Paul Byron scored twice, while David Desharnais, Max Pacioretty and Brendan Gallagher added singles in a 5-1 win

Scrivens

Liveblog: Canadiens end 2015 with another loss

The Florida Panthers are big, young, talented and, on Tuesday night, they were well-rested. It showed. The Canadiens, playing the second game of a back-to-back in the Sunshine State, were

CondonTB

Liveblog: The nightmare is over … for now

Max Pacioretty scored in the Shootout to secure a 4-3 win in Tampa Bay, ending the Canadiens' six-game losing streak. Mike Condon made 36 saves in regulation and OT,

WeiseCaps

Liveblog: The misery continues in D.C.

Your Montreal Canadiens have lost six straight for the first time since October, 2011. The latest loss came against the Washington Capitals. Jason Chimera's third-period goal broke it open and

ScrumMinny

Liveblog: Canadiens lose fifth straight

Daniel Carr's third-period goal made it interesting and set up a torrid nine minutes to end the game. But Jason Pominville's first-period goal and a third-period marker by Charlie Coyle

CarrNashville

Liveblog: Singin’ the 5-1 blues in Music City

The misery continues for your Montreal Canadiens. Despite outshooting Nashville 36-19, the Canadiens were shut out by Pekka Rinne and the Predators. The home team got goals from Shea Weber,