Liveblog: Chicago beats Canadiens 4-2

Jonathan Toews’ empty-netter squelched a late Canadiens comeback. Third-period goals by Paul Byron and Shea Weber brought the Canadiens back from a 3-0 deficit to set up some late excitement. Taking advantage of poor coverage, Artemi Panarin put the game […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens come back to beat Oilers 4-1

The Comeback Kids completed a 3-1 road trip. Brendan Gallagher is playing his heart out in the city where he was born and helped set up the Paul Byron

Liveblog: Calgary breezes past lifeless Canadiens 5-0

Johnny Gaudreau scored late in the third period to complete the rout. Almost eight minutes into the game, three Canadiens forwards were caught up the ice and Mark Giordano,

Liveblog: Canadiens beat Vancouver 2-1 in OT

Paul Byron tipped home Alex Galchenyuk's shot to win it 1:13 into OT. Unattended in front of Carey Price, Michael Chaput tied the game 12:49 into the third period. The goal

Liveblog: Canadiens start road trip with 4-1 win over Rangers

Chris Kreider scored early in the third period to give the home team some life. But Jordie Benn's point shot five minutes later made it 4-1.   Almost 13 minutes into

Liveblog: Byron scores late to beat Nashville 2-1

The Canadiens got bigger. And then the little guys won the game. Paul Byron scored with eight seconds left to complete the Canadiens comeback. Brendan Gallagher, who hadn't scored in forever,

Liveblog: Galchenyuk scores in OT to beat Columbus 1-0

Mr. OT does it again. Alex Galchenyuk scored on an Overtime power-play for the second night in a row to give the Canadiens the win. Shots were 30-26 Canadiens. .•  •

Liveblog: Canadiens beat New Jersey 4-3 in OT

Alex Galchneyuk was the Overtime hero, blasting a one-timer past Cory Schneider on a power play. John Moore's blueline shot gave NJ a 2-0 lead 2:38 into the third

Liveblog: Canadiens win 3-2 in OT

Tomas Plekanec fed a speeding Andrew Shaw for the Overtime backhander that won a terrific game. Auston Matthews second of the game tied it at 2-2 1:19 into the

Liveblog: Islanders hang 3-0 goose-egg on Canadiens

John Tavares' empty-netter was icing on the cake ... or, in the case of the Canadiens, on the poop sandwich. Anders Lee scored a backhand beauty from close-in six