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Liveblog: Stumbling Canadiens hit the road

The good news: Your Montreal Canadiens will not lose another home game in 2015. The team hits the road until January. The latest home defeat came at the hands of the L.A. Kings, who got second-period goals from Drew Doughty and Anze […]

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Liveblog: Sharks snap losing streak, beat Canadiens 3-1

Martin Jones stopped everything but Dale Weise's shot late in the second period. Dustin Tokarski was beaten by Patrick Marleau, Joe Pavelski and Dainius Zubrus on 12 San Jose

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Liveblog: The L streak is over

Nursing a two-goal lead, your Montreal Canadiens survived a 5-on-3 third period power play en route to a 3-1 win over Ottawa, snapping a four-game losing streak. With the

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Liveblog: The losing streak hits four

Another third-period collapse by your Montreal Canadiens. It looked good for a while. Tomas Fleischmann beat Petr Mrazek 4:30 into the final period to give the Canadiens a 2-1 lead. But

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Liveblog: Canadiens blow lead, lose to Bruins

Your Montreal Canadiens fell apart in the third period. Nursing a 1-0 lead and dominating play through 40 minutes, the Canadiens gave up a shorthanded goal to Loui Ericsson

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Liveblog: Canadiens stumble in Carolina

Jeff Skinner scored twice, including the third-period power-play winner, as the cellar-dwelling Carolina Hurricanes edged your high-flying MontrealCanadiens 3-2. The home team had a third-period goal overruled and hit

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Liveblog: Washington wins a tight one

The Washington Capitals had 19 shots on Mike Condon. Three went in. Your Montreal Canadiens had 35 shots on Braden Holtby. He stopped 33 of them. The visiting goaltender stole one. It happens. T.J. Oshie's

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Liveblog: Captain scores late and Canadiens beat Columbus 2-1

Who takes an offensive-zone penalty in the dying minutes of a 1-1 game? A former Flyer, of course. Scott Hartnell was in the box when Max Pacioretty scored his 13th of

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Liveblog: New Jersey wins in OT

Adam Henrique had a great rush in OT and John Moore, trailing, cashed his own rebound for a 3-2 New Jersey win. Alex Galchenyuk's second goal of the game

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Liveblog: Canadiens beat NJ in Shootout

Sven Andrighetto scored on his first NHL Shootout attempt and the Canadiens bounced back from a 2-0 deficit to beat the Devils in Newark. Mike Condon made four stops