Liveblog: Canadiens beat Dallas 4-3 in OT

Max Pacioretty’s OT winner was his team-record eighth. The Canadiens took the lead early in the third period on power-play goals by Alexander Radulov and Pacioretty. But Esa Lindell tied it up late. John Klingberg’s power-play goal, 12:29 into the second […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens beat Nashville 2-1 in OT

The Canadiens dominated Overtime and, with 30 seconds left, Alexander Radulov set Max Pacioretty up for the winner. Shea Weber tied it up 4:26 into the third period, converting


Liveblog: Pittsburgh 4 – Canadiens 3 in OT

On a power play in Overtime, Evgeni Malkin scored to end an entertaining New Year's Eve game. Third period goals by Doug Flynn and Conor Sheary (with less than


Liveblog: Canadiens beat Panthers 3-2 in OT

Phillip Danault had a career night. Late in the third period,  Danault made a great play  to feed Brendan Gallagher – !!!! – for the goal that tied the game


Liveblog: Tampa Bay beats Canadiens 4-3 in OT

Tyler Johnson's second goal of the game capped a Tampa Bay comeback to secure an Overtime win. Third-period goals by Victor Hedman and Ondrej Palat erased a 3-1 Canadiens


Liveblog: Columbus wins 2-1 nailbiter

Credit the Canadiens with a good effort. Trailing 2-0 after goals by Sam Gagner and Brandon Saad, the Canadiens got a third-period goal from Jeff Petry to set up


Liveblog: Canadiens lose 4-2 to Wild

Third-period goals – shorthanded by Eric Staal and an empty-netter by Jason Zucker – sealed the deal. Max Pacioretty opened the scoring with his 14th, a shorty two minutes into


Liveblog: Canadiens trample Ducks 5-1

Chris Terry's late one was icing on the gateau. Third period goals by Jeff Petry and – on a power-play!! – Max Pacioretty broke open a close game. The Canadiens'


Liveblog: Canadiens edge Caps 2-1

A heroic third period preserved a W for the Canadiens, who held the home team to five shots over the final 20. Washington cashed a two-man advantage when Nicklas


Liveblog: San Jose hands Habs 4-2 home-ice loss

Third-period goals by Brian Flynn and Jeff Petrey brought the crowd to life and set up an exciting final six minutes. But it was too little and too late. Melker