About this afternoon …

Tough loss – but one from which the Canadiens can derive solace.

Ottawa is a terrific team, a bona-fide Stanley Cup contender.

The Canadiens will not win the Stanley Cup. But they skated and hit with the Senators in a te

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Nov 10 liveblog – comments archive

[The content of Boone's liveblog of the game v. the Ottawa Senators has been moved here. We apologize for the inconvenience, but there was a necessary change

Good teams come back

That's why they've won 13 games. Make it 14. Trailing 1-0 well into the third period, the Ottawa Senators take control with two quick goals en route to a 3-1

Rave review

Check out what SI.com's Allan Muir thinks of Tomas Plekanec and the Canadiens' approach to nurturing young talent.

High praise, indeed, from a really astute hockey writer.

About last night …

It will be said that Carey Price plays with the poise of a veteran, but I think his composure is a reflection of the goalie's tender years.

Two goals, two points and two words: Carey Price

The 20-year-old wunderkind stymies the Bruins as the Canadiens win 2-1 to get their four-game divisional road trip off to a promising start.

Price made 28 saves. His positioning,

Telling it like it is

Must reading today: Eric Desjardins' column in La Presse.
The former Canadiens and Philadelphia defenceman writes about the booing of Daniel Brière and its impact on Québécois

About last night

It turned out Guy Carbonneau made the right goaltending choice, as he was pleased to acknowledge after the game.
Speaking in French at his press conference, Carbo poked

Huet bounces back

Canadiens won a nailbiter, as Cristobal Huet – mediocre, to put it charitably, against Toronto – made 29 stops, all of them tough, in a 2-0 conquest of

3-2 heartbreaker

What do the Canadiens have to do to beat these guys?

"They play us tough," Christopher Higgins said of the Leafs, who have beaten the Canadiens in their two