Liveblog: Canadiens winless on western swing

Winnipeg, which is having an even lousier season than your Montreal Canadiens, got three goals from Mark Scheifele – the last into an empty net – in a 4-2 win. Andrew Copp got the other Jets goal. Alex Galchenyuk scored […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens go 0-for-California

Lars Eller's third period goal made it a close game. But L.A. dominated. The Kings jumped out to an early lead on first-period goals by Alec Martinez and Tanner Pearson. P.K.


Liveblog: Canadiens lose in Shootout

Your Montreal Canadiens bounced back from their debacle in San Jose and took the hottest team in the NHL to a Shootout. Jakob Silfverberg scored the only goal of


Liveblog: Canadiens lose in San Jose … again

The California road trip did not start well. The Canadiens were 6-2 losers in San Jose, where they haven't won in this century. Early third period goals by Melker Karlsson


Liveblog: Fortress Bell?

The Canadiens rang up their sixth home-ice win of the month Saturday night. Two third-period goals by Max Pacioretty, the Captain's 22nd and 23rd of the season, turned a tight


Liveblog: Canadiens beat NHL’s best 4-3

Never in doubt – despite two soft third-period goals by Dmitry Orlov and Andre Burakovsky. The Canadiens played an excellent game in D.C. to top the high-flying Capitals. Alex Galchenyuk


Liveblog: Nashville wins in a Shootout

Craig Smith scored the only goal of the Shootout to give Nashville a 2-1 win.   Late in a sleepy first period, Brendan Gallagher brought the Bell Centre to life


Liveblog: Canadiens beat Flyers in Shootout

Max Pacioretty and Paul Byron scored in the Shootout for a 3-2 Canadiens win. Mike Condon made 35 saves through 65 minutes and stopped Claude Giroux, Jakub Voracek, Wayne Simmonds


About last night … (morning-after edition)

Morning update: Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse posted these P.K. Subban quotes from his story to Twitter:                               • And Godin's colleague, Mathias Brunet,  is right on in his


Liveblog: The beat goes on

Your Montreal Canadiens blew 1-0 and 2-1 leads before losing 3-2 on Jarome Iginla's goal, late in the third period Wednesday night inDenver. Iginla's winner was the result of a