The game result was overshadowed by a nasty injury to the Canadiens’ new heavyweight, George Parros.
Fighting Leafs Colton Orr for the second time in the game, Parros missed a punch and landed face first on the ice, losing consciousness.
Orr stopped fighting and signalled to the Canadiens’ bench for medical help.
Parros left the game strapped to a stretcher.
A wide-open and exciting game turned on Tyler Bozak’s shorthanded goal in the second period.
The Leafs got a fourth goal from Mason Raymond before Lars Eller – the best Canadien – scored late to set up a frantic final two minutes.
Takeaways: • Nathan Beaulieu did not looked out of place. But the only youngsters with a shot to make the team are Jarred Tinordi (the only Canadien to play
The Canadiens' power play, with Andrei Markov running it, went 0-for-8, including a wasted 5-on-3. Carolina outhit the Canadiens 34-24. Bournival and Daniel Brière each had six shots on goal. In
Well, that was fugly. And after battling back to an unlikely 3-3 tie, the home team conceded three unanswered goals in the third period. The Canadiens went more than 12
No Carey Price. No Brian Gionta. No Brandon Prust. No Lars Eller. No Ryan White. No hope? Your bruised and battered Montreal Canadiens face elimination Thursday night at the Bell Centre. To the undoubted delight
It was fun while it lasted. The Senators blew the game open in the second period while Ryan White was serving a double-minor for roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct. PP goals
That's four in a row for your mighty Montreal Canadiens. Best thing was it didn't come easily. The Winnipeg Jets, who were ridding a three-game winning streak of their own,
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After a scoreless first period, the Canadiens blew a tight game open with two goals in 57 seconds . With the Canadiens enjoying a two-man advantage, Tomas Plekanec opened