Liveblog: Game 72 – Canadiens win a nailbiter on Plekanec goal

ShareYour Montreal Canadiens hook up with the Leafs in a classic four-pointer at the ACC. The Canadiens are third in the Atlantic Division, three points ahead of the Leafs, who hold a wild-card playoff spot. The race tightened when Detroit […]

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Liveblog: Game 71 – Columbus wins tight one

The Canadiens have won both previous meetings with the Blue Jackets: 5-3 at the Bell Centre on Oct. 17 and 3-2 at Columbus on Nov. 15. David Desharnais's Shootout


Liveblog: Game 70 – Vanek arrives, scores three to bury Avalanche

Figure there might be a $ with a few digits beside it on the whiteboard in Colorado's dressing room Tuesday night? Patrick Roy is back in Montreal for the


Liveblog: Game 69 – Canadiens skunk Sabres, complete winning weekend

How will the Canadiens and Sabres top what Carey Price aptly labelled a "gong show"? They probably won't ... and that's a blessing for the cardio-vascular health of Habs


Liveblog: Game 68 – Frankie Boo wins a wild one

Your Montreal Canadiens have lost three in a row and have fallen behind Toronto and Tampa Bay in the Atlantic Division standings. Ottawa is chasing Philadelphia, Detroit, New Jersey


Liveblog: Game 67 – Boston stomps Canadiens 4-1

The Canadiens' greatest rivals pay their second and last regular-season visit to the Bell Centre Wednesday night. The Bruins, who are riding a five-game winning streak, are hot. The Canadiens,


Liveblog: Game 66 – Brutal road trip ends with shutout loss

The Canadiens will try for a .500 road trip when they visit San Jose Saturday night. Winning won't be easy. The Sharks are 23-4-4 on home ice this season. And the


Liveblog: Game 65 – Coyotes maul Canadiens 5-2

The Canadiens trade-deadline acquisition will be in the lineup against the Coyotes Thursday night in Phoenix (actually Glendale, if you want to be persnickety), where the


Liveblog: Game 64: Markov scores in long Shootout to beat Ducks 4-3

Well, that was a blockbuster ... and I don't mean the acquisition of Devan Dubnyk. If the Canadies were playing on the east coast, we might see Thomas Vanek


Liveblog: Game 63 – Road trip begins with 2-1 loss in L.A.

Here's a weird one: The Kings have not beaten the Canadiens in Los Angeles since 2003. That's a long home-ice dry spell that could end Monday night, if the teams'