It was fun while it lasted.
The Senators blew the game open in the second period while Ryan White was serving a double-minor for roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct.
PP goals by Habs-killer Daniel F. Alfredsson and Mika Zibanejad made it 3-1.
Then Chris Phillips capped off a period of total dominance by the Chris Neil line to give the Senators a three-goal lead.
Three goals in 3:35, and the Canadiens never recovered … although there some quality shots on Craig Anderson.
Chris Neil iced the cake with a wraparound late in the third period.
That's four in a row for your mighty Montreal Canadiens. Best thing was it didn't come easily. The Winnipeg Jets, who were ridding a three-game winning streak of their own,
A note to fans of the liveblog: There have been some problems with the HIO site being a bit slow during games this season due to high traffic.
After a scoreless first period, the Canadiens blew a tight game open with two goals in 57 seconds . With the Canadiens enjoying a two-man advantage, Tomas Plekanec opened
Way too little, way too late. Brian Gionta scored on a power play to make a game of it late in the third period. It brought the crowd to life
High risk, high reward. The kid is coming off a serious preseason knee injury, a torn anterior cruciate ligament. But there is a HUGE upside. AUDIO from Pittsburgh: Alex Galchenyuk
Game 6 turned on a major penalty to New Jersey's Steve Bernier. The Kings scored three times during their five-minute power play, and that was the ballgame. The Devils began
We've got a series. L.A. finally loses a road game in the playoffs. And game 6 goes Monday night at the Staples Centre. The great Martin Brodeur made 25 saves –