Liveblog: Canadiens beat New Jersey 5-2

Max Pacioretty’s eighth, early in the third period made it 4-1 and Torrey Mitchell’s seventh, late in the period, sealed the deal.  Taylor Hall had scored on a New Jersey power play to make things interesting. Artturi Lehkonen pushed the […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens lose 3-2 to Blues in OT

Jaden Schwartz buried a backhand in Overtime to cap a St. Louis comeback. Paul Stastny and  Schwartz scored in less than three third-period minutes to erase a 2-0 deficit. Tomas


Liveblog: Byron secures 5-4 Shootout win in L.A.

Paul Byron may have saved the road trip. Byron beat Peter Budaj in the fourth round of a Shootout to end a wild one in L.A. Andrew Shaw's goal, two


Liveblog: San Jose scores early, edges Canadiens 2-1

A late goal by Arturri Lehkonen saved the Canadiens from the ignominy of a shutout. But first-period goals by Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski proved decisive. The Canadiens had a 32-30


Liveblog: Anaheim edges Canadiens 2-1

Andrew Shaw's goal, 18 minutes into the third period, set up an exciting ending. The Canadiens pressed hard  but could not get an equalizer past John Gibson. In the second


Liveblog: Canadiens beat Detroit 2-1 in Overtime

A dull game became great in OT. The Canadiens managed two kill an Overtime penalty to Shea Weber before Alexander Radulov set up Alex Galchenyuk to blast the winner


Liveblog: Canadiens edge Carolina 2-1

Max Pacioretty's goal, 14 seconds into the third period, was the difference in a hard-fought win over stubborn Carolina. The visitors had a 32-22 shot advantage, but Carey Price


Liveblog: Canadiens blow three leads, lose 4-3 to Ottawa

Alex Galchenyuk's power-play goal, his eighth, 2:08 into the third period, broke a 2-2 tie and brought the Bell Centre crowd to life. Jubilation didn't last long. Goals by Mark


Liveblog: The losing streak is over: Canadiens 2 – Toronto 1

The Canadiens got a power-play goal by Alex Galchenyuk, his seventh, 32 seconds into the second period. It turned out to be the winner, after a tense-but-scoreless third period. The


Liveblog: Canadiens lose 3-2 in Carolina

An epic collapse. Nursing a 1-0 lead in the third period, the Canadiens were lit up for three goals in less than six minutes. Jeff Skinner got it going with