Liveblog: Canadiens blow 3-0 lead, lose 4-3 to Oilers.

Your Montreal Canadiens are having a rough road trip. Goals by Brendan Gallagher, Torrey Mitchell and Alex Galchenyuk staked the Canadiens to a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes in Edmonton. Leon Draisaitl got the home team on the board late […]

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Liveblog: Winning streak ends in Vancouver

Torrey Mitchell's goal, early in the third period, made it 3-1 and ignited hopes of a miraculous comeback and a 10th straight W. It was not to be. The Canadiens

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Liveblog: Nine Ws and counting … but not easy

Would your Montreal Canadiens be undefeated if they'd played Toronto nine times this season? The lowly Leafs outshot the Canadiens 52-27 in a 5-3 loss. Morgan Reilly's third period goal


Liveblog: Eight straight Ws … and counting

Ageless Andrei Markov had a career night Friday in Buffalo. A goal, four assists: The first five-point night of Markov's career. Credit the Sabres for making a game of it


Liveblog: Seven Ws in a row … and counting

Team of destiny? Carey Price made 38 saves for his second shutout and the Canadiens beat a Western Conference powerhouse 3-0 Tuesday night at the Bell Centre, running their


Liveblog: Six straight … and counting

Third period goals by Jeff Petry, Tomas Plekanec (his fifth of the season) and an empty-netter at 19:59 by Brian Flynn broke open a tight 1-1 game and


Canadiens make history with 3-0 win

Never, in 106 years, had hockey's greatest franchise begun a season with five straight wins. Until now. Tomas Fleischmann, in the second period, and linemate Dale Weise in the third


Liveblog: Canadiens run W streak to four with 3-2 conquest of Penguins

Tomas Fleischmann's first goal as a Montreal Canadien was the third-period winner and made Canadiens history: The team had never opened a season with four wins on the


Canadiens win battle of the undefeated

The Canadiens and Senators had won their first two games. Sunday night in Kanata, the Canadiens won their third, 3-1 over Ottawa. Tomas Plekanec scored twice and Torrey Mitchell added


Canadiens beat Boston for the sixth straight time

Tomas Plekanec's empty-netter – his 500th NHL point – and a power-play goal by Patrice Bergeron made for a lively ending to a one-sided 4-2 game. Two second-period