Liveblog: Ottawa trounces Canadiens, staves off elimination … again

Take a deep breath, peeps. Your Montreal Canadiens still lead the series. But man, it is trending bad. The Senators weathered some early pressure, beat Carey Price three times through the first 40 minutes, put five past the Vezina Trophy […]

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Liveblog: Ottawa stays alive

Mike Hoffman, promoted to the Senators second line, beat Carey Price glove side halfway through the third period for the game's first – and last – goal. Tom Gilbert


Liveblog: Canadiens win again in OT, take stranglehold on series

Big CHaracter win. Dale Weise, of all people, finally batted a puck behind Craig Anderson 14 minutes into the third period to tie the game 1-1. Then Dale Weise, of


Liveblog: Galchenyuk wins Game 2 in OT

He spun. He shot. And Alex Galchenyuk's shot, less than four minutes into overtime, gave the Canadiens a 3-2 win and a 2-0 lead in the series. It was a great


Liveblog: Canadiens draw first blood

It wasn't easy. Your Montreal Canadiens, down to fivew defencemen after P.K. Subban was tossed in the second period, hung on for a 4-3 win in the playoff series


Liveblog: Canadiens win in shootout, clinch division

First place! The Canadiens needed a point to sew up the Atlantic Division. A 3-3 tie after 65 minutes in Toronto cinched the point, and goals by Alex Galchenyuk and


Liveblog: Eller wins it in OT, Price sets record

Lars Eller went the length of the ice and beat Jimmy Howard on the short side to secure a 4-3 overtime win for the Canadiens. That's 43 wins for


Liveblog: Price ties W record, Pacioretty injured

Your classic good news/bad news game: The Canadiens' 4-1 win was Carey Price's 42nd of the season. It ties him with Jacques Plante (who did it twice) and Ken


Liveblog: Canadiens lose another shootout

For the second night in a row, the Canadiens lost in a shootout, 3-2 to the mighty New Jersey Devils. Patrik Elias beat Dustin Tokarski to end a tough


Liveblog: Canadiens lose 5-4 to Caps in shootout

Troy Brouwer's goal – the only score of a four-round shootout – gave Washington a 5-4 win in a wild one at the Bell Centre. The NHL's top-rated power