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Liveblog: Game 28 – Canadiens beat nemesis 3-2

ShareMartin Brodeur grew up in St. Leonard, a multi-ethnic district of Montreal. His late father, Denis Brodeur, was a photographer for the Journal de Montréal. But through the course of a first-ballot-cinch Hall of Fame career, the  New Jersey Devils […]

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Liveblog: Game 27: Canadiens skate to early lead, beat Leafs 4-2, move into third place

The last time the Leafs visited Montreal, Bell Centre fans showed up for the game in shirtsleeves. That won't be the case Saturday night. Our fair city is a bit

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Liveblog: Game 26 – Winning streak ends with Shootout in D.C.

For the second consecutive Friday, your Montreal Canadiens are in Washington to face the Capitals. This week's twist: The puck drops at Happy Hour. A 5 p.m. hockey game is

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Liveblog: Game 25 – Canadiens top Buffalo 3-1 for fourth in a row

Even at this early stage of the NHL season, there's a 17-point gap between your Montreal Canadiens and their Atlantic Division "rivals", the Buffalo Sabres. The Canadiens have scored

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Liveblog: Game 24 – Canadiens beat powerhouse Penguins 3-2

While y'all had a good Friday night's sleep after that nice W in Washington, the HIO staff stayed up studying video on Pittsburgh to prepare for the Penguins'

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Liveblog: Game 23 – Canadiens notch big road win, 3-2 in Washington

Your Montreal Canadiens play a back-to-back set against two teams that are ahead of them in the Eastern Conference standings. First up are the Washington Capitals, who are coming

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Liveblog: Game 22: Canadiens stomp Wild 6-2

New forward lines will face the Minnesota Wild at the Bell Centre Tuesday night. Also a new defence pairing. Your Montreal Canadiens have won two of their last eight games,

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Liveblog: Game 21 – A first since 1967 : Rangers shut out Canadiens in Montreal

1.Can your Montreal Canadiens win consecutive games for the first time since Oct. 28-29, when they beat the Rangers and Dallas Stars? 2. Can David Desharnais's Shootout goal in

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Liveblog: Game 20: Bite me, Mr. Mayor! Desharnais the hero as Canadiens win Shootout

Sounds like the title of a buddy movie, starring Jason Segel and Seth Rogen as two schmoes looking for a good time in Middle America. Columbus would be jumping

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About last night …

That might have been the best goaltending performance at the Bell Centre since the 2010 playoffs. I hesitate to use the adjective, lest it bring the trolls and second-guessers