Your Montreal Canadiens blew a 3-1 lead and lost 4-3.
Marc-André Bergeron and Vincent Lecavalier scored third-period goals, and the Canadiens were beaten for the 14th time in a game they led.
Mathieu Garon was spectacular.
Carey Price wasn’t.
If you were outside Scotiabank Place at about 10 p.m., you saw a terrified money running through an Ottawa snowstorm. It was the one that jumped off Randy Cunneyworth's
The losing streak reaches five. Scratching P.K. Subban and Lars Eller didn't help your Montreal Canadiens. Maybe nothing can. What a difference two months makes: the Canadiens' first visit to Winnipeg
With their 5-1 loss in Chicago, the Canadiens are winless in three starts under their new coach. And they play again in Winnipeg on Thursday night – against a
Losses, that is. Playing without Milan Lucic, Boston beat the Canadiens 3-2. Now it's on to Chicago. So Jacques Martin was the problem,
3-3 going into the third period. Visitors score early. Crowd totally deflated and bummed out. Happened against the Flyers. Happened against the Devils. Déja poo at the Bell
A very bad goal at a very bad time: Eight minutes into the third period, P.K. Subban coughed up the puck to Jaromir Jagr and Andrej Meszaros beat Carey
The Canadiens blew a two-goal lead ... again. But Petteri Nokelainen, of all people, beat Al Montoya with one the Islanders' goalie should have stopped. Hal Gill added an
Man, this is getting tired. Your Montreal Canadiens blew a 3-0 lead on home ice. Yes, they're playing the Cup finalists. But still ... Shootout: DD: Glove save on backhand Hodgson: Goal shelf Max-Pac: High
Brian Gionta salvages at least a point from a dismal night at the Bell Centre. Columbus? Really?? Columbus had a 28-20 shot advantage through 65 minutes The Shootout: DD: Wide Johansen: Save Max-Pac: Save Nash: Goal! Gionta: