Tied at the top

Who woulda thunk it?

Your Montreal Canadiens have 73 points, the same total as the mighty, Eastern Conference-leading Ottawa Senators.

Ottawa has more wins and a game in hand, so they’re still ahead.

But thing

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About last night …

Here's some advice for 21,273 lucky fans who were at the Bell Centre: Hang on to your ticket stubs.

When Carey Price is closing in on 100 career shutouts,

Three pucks … and counting

The pucks are arrayed on a shelf at the back of Carey Price's cubicle: one for his first NHL win, one for his first assist and, soon to

About last night …

Not a convincing win, but it was a vitally important W – one of the biggest of the season.

Imagine the nightmare scenario if the Canadiens had gone 0-for-Florda

Heroic comeback

Alex Kovalev fires a laser to the glove-side of red-hot Tomas Vokoun on the power-play in OT to give Canadiens an unlikely 2-1 win.

Christopher Higgins had tied the

About last night …

A good night's sleep is the best thing to cure a raging case of playoff paranoia.

Too bad I didn't get one..

IThe tossing and turning was probably triggered by

A first, against the last

Playing the last place team in the Eastern Conference, Canadiens lose a third straight game in regulation for the first time this season.

Vaclav Prospal's second of the game

Ottawa loads up

While Bob Gainey was en route to trying to extinguish a brush fire in Tampa, Bryan Murray was improving his team – by a lot.

The Senators traded Joe

Athletes + alcohol = trouble

As we await further details – Canadiens will issue a mealy-mouthed statement after their 4 p.m. practice today – let's be thankful that the incident did not involve

Trade winds

Canadiens figure in two of the deals projected by Allan Muir of Sports Illustrated.

I like one of them.

Can you guess which?

I would include Christopher Higgins in a