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Liveblog: Game 10 – Canadiens pluck Ducks 4-1, end short L streak

ShareThursday night’s game may be the last time Montreal hockey fans see Saku Koivu skate on Bell Centre ice. Unless the Canadiens and Ducks meet in the Stanley Cup final. Just to be on the safe side, Montrealers who want […]

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Liveblog: Game 9 – First losing streak of the young season

Fewer than 10 games into the 2013-'14 season, your Montreal Canadiens have been decimated by injuries. Defencemen Alexei Emelin, Douglas Murray and David Drewiske haven't played a game this

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Liveblog: Game 8: Four-game win streak ends with 2-1 loss to Nashville

P.K. Subban leads NHL defencemen in scoring and is seventh – behind six forwards – in the overall points race. You won't find Seth Jones' name among the league

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Liveblog: Game 7 – Canadiens 5 – Columbus 3 in a barnburner

The Blue Jackets have not played at the Bell Centre since Dec. 6, 2011, when Rick Nash beat Carey Price in a Shootout to secure a 3-2 win

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Liveblog: Game 6 – Canadiens cap road trip with 3-0 win in Winnipeg

The Canadiens seem to like playing in Winnipeg. In completing a sweep of their season series with the Jets, the Canadiens won 4-2 at the MTS Centre last April.

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Liveblog: Game 5: Price brilliant in 4-1 conquest of Canucks

Carey Price will have family and friends in the crowd when the Canadiens continue their western Canada road trip with a visit to Rogers Arena in Vancouver. And there

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Liveblog: Game 4: Canadiens 4 – Edmonton 1

On their last swing through western Canada, in March, 2012, the Canadiens began their road trip with a 5-4 loss in Calgary. Two nights later, that last-place Eastern Conference

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Liveblog: Game 3: Calgary jinx continues, Flames win 3-2

The summer floods have subsided in Calgary and winter snow is at least a month away. Meteorologically, then, it's a grand time to be visiting southern Alberta. But hockey-wise ... As

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Liveblog: Game 2: Canadiens 4 – Flyers 1

Like the Canadiens, the Flyers dropped their home opener to the rampaging Toronto Maple Leafs. Two teams in search of their first wins clash at the Bell Centre Saturday

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Game 1 Liveblog: Canadiens drop opener to Leafs 4-3

Eller scored twice for the Canadiens, who also got a goal from Brendan Gallagher. James Van Riemsdyk and Dion Phaneuf  were the other Leafs scorers. Toronto outshot the Canadiens