Good thing Canadiens don’t have to play in London or Paris.
Alexander Ovechkin scores four goals to beat them in Washington.
That one required overtime. In the capital of our great country, the Senators needed five minut
A win, two valuable points to move within one of the Senators ... but it was oddly unsatisfying.
You like to see your team at its best in the
Canadiens defenceman Mark Streit celebrates with teammate Alexei Kovalev after his second-period goal on Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.
Pierre Obendrauf, Gazette
Updated by The Gazette's Kevin
Canadiens moved to within a point of Ottawa in the Eastern Conference standings by edging the Senators 4-3 in a game that got very tense – and occcasionally
Larry Robinson ducks beneath the banner that soon would be heading up to the Bell Centre roof. With him are Canadiens alternate captains Alex Kovalev (far left), Christopher
That's why they've won 13 games. Make it 14. Trailing 1-0 well into the third period, the Ottawa Senators take control with two quick goals en route to a 3-1