Liveblog: Canadiens stomp Oilers

Not a bad day for Tomas Plekanec: A goal, three assists in the Canadiens’ 5-1 win over Edmonton. Not a bad day for Ben Scrivens: 23 saves, many of them when the game was still in the balance. Which it […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens 0-for-February

It looked good for a while. Dale Weise's power-play goal, three minutes into the second period, tied the game and energized the Bell Centre crowd. Delirium erupted seven minutes later


Liveblog: The bleeding continues unabated

The Canadiens played a not-horrible game in Philadelphia. Down 2-0 after the first-period on goals by Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Schenn, the Canadiens battled back and tied it up on


Liveblog: The bleeding continues

Two games against the worst team in the NHL. Two losses, by 5-2 scores, for your Montreal Canadiens. A power-play goal by Alex Galchenyuk early in the third period made


Liveblog: Canadiens lose to cellar-dwellers

Can it get any worse? We'll find out Tuesday night, when Columbus visits the Bell Centre. Cam Atkinson's hat trick keyed a 5-2 Blue Jackets win Monday night in Columbus. Brandon


Liveblog: Eller wins it in a Shootout!

Never in doubt! Lars Eller's goal, in the fifth round of a Shootout, won a 3-2 thriller at the ACC. Joffrey Lupul's third period goal tied it up after the


Liveblog: Bruins dig CH a deeper hole

The misery continues unabated. Third-period goals by David Patsrnak and Brad Marchand – the latter an empty-netter – broke open a tight game and propelled Boston to a 4-1


Liveblog: The bleeding continues

The big guns were blazing Sunday night in Chicago. Jonathan Toews scored twice, Patrick Kane had one and Marian Hossa added an empty-netter in the Hawks' 5-2 win. Small gun


Liveblog: Canadiens lose heartbreaker in OT

They keep inventing new ways to lose. Your Montreal Canadiens thoroughly outplayed St. Louis but dropped a 4-3 decision in OT. Jori Lehtera got the winner 2:04 into OT. Tomas Plekanec


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