Liveblog: Canadiens end losing streak with Shootout win in Buffalo

P.A. Parenteau scored the first goal of the game, 14 seconds into the third period. Then he scored in the Shootout – his third SO winner of the season. Drew Stafford beat Dustin Tokarski in the third period to create […]

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Liveblog: Lifeless Canadiens drop third in a row

Still too early to panic. But man, 5-0 on home ice doesn't look good. The Canadiens were shut out in their own barn by a Chicago team that has struggled


Liveblog: Canadiens are 0-for-November

Okay, it's the first game they've played this month. But if the 6-2 loss to Calgary was any kind of indicator, October's glories will soon be a distant memory. The


Liveblog: Daniel Sedin scores in OT to foil Canadiens comeback

Not a bad road trip: three points of a possible six. At the end of a Vancouver power play, Daniel Sedin converted a pass from his brother to beat


Liveblog: Canadiens steal a Shootout win in Calgary

P.A. Parenteau's Shootout goal ended a remarkable game. Carey Price made 37 saves through 65 minutes and three more in the Shootout. The Canadiens had 19 shots on Jonas Hiller. The


Liveblog: Edmonton hangs goose egg on Canadiens

The road trip is off to a bad start. Despite being outshot, Edmonton shut the Canadiens out for the first time this season. Benoit Pouliot, Nail Yakupov and Taylor Hall


Liveblog: Canadiens beat Rangers, run record to 7-1

Every night a different hero ... and Carey Price, of course. Lars Eller's first goal of the season proved to be the winner as the Canadiens beat their playoff


Liveblog: Desharnais scores in OT to beat Wings 2-1

Good hands produced the win. A brilliant individual effort by David Desharnais gave the Canadiens a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Detroit. Hanrik Zetterberg put Detroit ahead in the second period


Liveblog: Canadiens win fifth of six, 3-2 over Colorado

It was a night for spectacular goals. Alex Galchenyuk and P.K. Subban beat Calvin Pickard with beauties. P.K., the game's first star, also scored on a second-period power play to


Liveblog: Canadiens win a wild one, 6-4 over Boston

Your Montreal Canadiens have drawn first blood in their four-game regular season against the  arch-rivals Bruins. The games's three stars were linemates Brendan Gallagher (two goals and an assist),