Liveblog: Game 2: Canadiens 4 – Flyers 1

ShareLike the Canadiens, the Flyers dropped their home opener to the rampaging Toronto Maple Leafs. Two teams in search of their first wins clash at the Bell Centre Saturday night. This is Daniel Brière’s first crack at his former teammates. […]

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But you know what? Caution is for pussies. In the ALN section of HIO, we don't do caution. We leap to conclusions with hops that an NBA All-Star would envy. Seriously,


Game 1 Liveblog: Canadiens drop opener to Leafs 4-3

Eller scored twice for the Canadiens, who also got a goal from Brendan Gallagher. James Van Riemsdyk and Dion Phaneuf  were the other Leafs scorers. Toronto outshot the Canadiens

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Liveblog: Senators 5 – Canadiens 2

Takeaways: • Nathan Beaulieu did not looked out of place. But the only youngsters with a shot to make the team are Jarred Tinordi (the only Canadien to play

Liveblog: Canadiens lose 3-1 to Carolina; winless at the Bell Centre in preseason

The Canadiens' power play, with Andrei Markov running it, went 0-for-8, including a wasted 5-on-3. Carolina outhit the Canadiens 34-24. Bournival and Daniel Brière each had six shots on goal. In


Liveblog: Boston 6 – Canadiens 3

Well, that was fugly. And after battling back to an unlikely 3-3 tie, the home team conceded three unanswered goals in the third period. The Canadiens went more than 12


About this season … and next season … and the one after that …

When the Cinderella season finally ended, your Montreal Canadiens shook the hands of the players who had just eliminated them. Then they stood at centre ice, waving their sticks


Liveblog: Game 5 – Senators end Canadiens season

No Carey Price. No Brian Gionta. No Brandon Prust. No Lars Eller. No Ryan White. No hope? Your bruised and battered Montreal Canadiens face elimination Thursday night at the Bell Centre. To the undoubted delight


About last night …

Late dispiriting bulletin: Scott Gomez goes to the next round. Et si vous comprenez le français, here's Ron Fournier's take on the controversial goal. At least Canadiens fans will


About last night …

Your Montreal Canadiens turned Game 3 into their own unique take on a Mexican holiday: Stinko de Mayo. And when the smoke cleared and the smell had dissipated –