BudWash

Liveblog: Game 23 – Canadiens notch big road win, 3-2 in Washington

ShareYour Montreal Canadiens play a back-to-back set against two teams that are ahead of them in the Eastern Conference standings. First up are the Washington Capitals, who are coming off an embarrassing 4-0 home-ice loss to Pittsburgh in which Marc-André […]

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MaxMinn

Liveblog: Game 22: Canadiens stomp Wild 6-2

New forward lines will face the Minnesota Wild at the Bell Centre Tuesday night. Also a new defence pairing. Your Montreal Canadiens have won two of their last eight games,

RangersD

Liveblog: Game 21 – A first since 1967 : Rangers shut out Canadiens in Montreal

1.Can your Montreal Canadiens win consecutive games for the first time since Oct. 28-29, when they beat the Rangers and Dallas Stars? 2. Can David Desharnais's Shootout goal in

DDColum

Liveblog: Game 20: Bite me, Mr. Mayor! Desharnais the hero as Canadiens win Shootout

Sounds like the title of a buddy movie, starring Jason Segel and Seth Rogen as two schmoes looking for a good time in Middle America. Columbus would be jumping

Price

Liveblog: Game 19 – Canadiens rally late but lose 2-1 in Shootout; Price makes 44 saves

What a bummer! Bell Centre fans miss out on seeing one of the NHL's brightest young stars when the Tampa Bay Lightning visit the Canadiens Tuesday night. In a goalpost

CelebrateIslander

Liveblog: Game 18 – Losing streak ends as Canadiens double Islanders 4-2

It's weird to have hockey at 6 p.m. on a Sunday. And the visiting Islanders played Saturday night in Columbus, where they lost 5-2. The Blue Jackets ended a five-game

PKSenators

Liveblog: Game 17 – Losing streak hits four as Canadiens bow 4-1 to Senators

They played back-to-back exhibition games in September, but the Thursday evening dance at Canadian Tire Place is the first REAL hockey game between the Canadiens and Senators since

PKBlues

Liveblog: Game 16 – St. Louis wins in Shootout, Canadiens set shot-blocking record

Your Montreal Canadiens ride their two-game losing streak into a tough challenge. St. Louis has an 8-2-2 record and a plus-15 goal differential. The Blues are 6-2-2 in their

Landeskog

Liveblog: Game 15: Canadiens limp home after lost weekend

Is there anything Patrick Roy isn't good at? He was arguably the greatest goaltender in the storied history of the Montreal Canadiens and indisputably the greatest in the short

MurrayMinn

Liveblog: Game 14: Road weekend starts with 4-3 loss in Minnesota

As we begin the second month of what Red Fisher used to call the "infernally long" NHL season, your Montreal Canadiens face three challenges that will give general