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Liveblog: Canadiens blow lead, torched by Sens

The last time Carey Price gave up five goals was in early November, against Chicago at the Bell Centre. And the Canadiens didn’t blow a 2-0 lead in that one. Down two after 20 minutes, Ottawa scored five unanswered goals […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens lose a classic to Tampa Bay in OT

Have the playoffs started early? The Canadiens and Tampa Bay played 61:03 of superb, fast-paced, highly skilled hockey. And the team that deserved to win did. Tyler Johnson ended it with

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Liveblog: Canadiens end trip with win

Brendan Gallagher's empty-netter sealed a 2-0 win over stubborn Arizona. Lars Eller's second-period goal gave the Canadiens a lead that Carey Price protected through a nervous third period during

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Liveblog: Canadiens erase deficit, blow lead, lose in shootout

Lars Eller has no luck. His shot off the crossbar behind Jonathan Quick ended a four-round shootout win for L.A., which had sent the game into OT while Eller

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Liveblog: Canadiens are 0-for-California

At least your Montreal Canadiens avoided the ignominy of a second straight shutout. Alex Galchenyuk beat Anaheim goaltender John Gibson with less than two minutes left in a 3-1

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Liveblog: Road trip starts with engine failure

San Jose, battling for a playoff spot in the Western Conference, skated, hit and scored their way to a 4-0 win over the Eastern leaders. Patrick Marleau, Matt Irwin,

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Liveblog: Canadiens head west riding four Ws

David Desharnais scored early in the third period off a scramble and added his 11th, an empty-netter, to seal a 4-0 win over the listless Leafs. Carey Price made

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Liveblog: Rookie De La Rose bags pair as Canadiens beat Columbus

Jacob De La Rose put the Canadiens comfortably in front early in the third with his first NHL goal and sealed a 5-2 win with an empty-netter.. Andrei Markov,

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Liveblog: Canadiens beat mighty Blues

The kids were alright. Alex Galchenyuk (back from sick bay and feeling no pain) and Brendan Gallagher each scored twice. Fourth-liner Michael Bournival added a single. Galchenyuk also had an

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Liveblog: Canadiens back on winning track – beat Jackets, lead East

Tomas Plekanec's shorthanded empty-netter sealed a tense and entertaining 3-1 win over a very good Columbus team. Two first-period goals by Max Pacioretty, his 28th and 29th of a