The Canadiens led the game three times.
The Sharks tied it three times … the last being Ryan Clowe’s burial of a Carey Price rebound with 86 seconds left in the game.
The goaltender was at his best against a relentless Pittsburgh attack. Nothing much he could do on Jordan Staal's third-period goal. Nor on the Kris Letang goal in OT, which
The NHL's best francophone leads Philadelphia to a 3-1 win over the team no longer known as the Flying
Price has not made a save in Shootouts this season: o-for-4 Cammalleri: Save LaRose: High Pacioretty: Save. Not even close Skinner: ANOTHER post Gionta: GOAL! Jokinen:
Boston had one good scoring chance. And Andrew Ference made it count. Canadiens had a huge shot advantage, but Tim Thomas was a wall, and he got help. Shots were
Your Montreal Canadiens dominated one of the hottest teams in the NHL. Two power-play goals, air-tight D. Tres impressionant. How they can look horsecrap on Long Island, then obliterate the rested
Canadiens never quit. Give them that. With a shortened bench, playing their second game in two nights, they made a third-period game of it. But the D was
A dominant performance against Carolina, which looked gosh-awful. Improvised forward lines and a patchwork D blew the Hurricanes