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 four goals by the playoff-bound Florida Panthers. Vincent Trocheck, Nick Bjugstad, […]

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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


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


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


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


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.


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


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


Liveblog: Fortress Bell?

The Canadiens rang up their sixth home-ice win of the month Saturday night. Two third-period goals by Max Pacioretty, the Captain's 22nd and 23rd of the season, turned a tight


Liveblog: Canadiens beat NHL’s best 4-3

Never in doubt – despite two soft third-period goals by Dmitry Orlov and Andre Burakovsky. The Canadiens played an excellent game in D.C. to top the high-flying Capitals. Alex Galchenyuk