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Liveblog: Cammalleri to Calgary

Mike Cammalleri was intercepted in the tunnel on his way to the ice for the third period.
He was sent back to the room to talk to Pierre Gauthier.
The upshot: A trade to Calgary (where Cammalleri has played before) for René Bourque.

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Halak

Liveblog: Winning streak stops at 2

Returning to the scene of his playoff glory, Jaroslav Halak had a very quiet night at the Bell Centre.
In notching his second shutout of the season,

Pacioretty

Liveblog: Two in a row!

First consecutive wins since Dec. 10-13. Start the parade. Monster game by Andrei Kostitsyn. Alexei Emelin, too. Everyone,

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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

Travis Moen

Liveblog: Happy 2012!

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

DDCamm

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

Wheeler

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

UnitedCentre

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,