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 empty-netter.
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:
The Canadiens take three of a possible six points on their west-coast swing. Solid effort in L.A. Cancel the order for for Fire JM tee
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
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