Liveblog: Canadiens eliminate Ottawa, move on to the next round

But man, it wasn’t easy. Brendan Gallagher showed great hand-eye coordination in the first period, batting a Greg Pateryn shot out of the air past Craig Anderson to score the game’s first goal. Max Pacioretty’s empty-netter – at 19:59 of […]

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Liveblog: Ottawa trounces Canadiens, staves off elimination … again

Take a deep breath, peeps. Your Montreal Canadiens still lead the series. But man, it is trending bad. The Senators weathered some early pressure, beat Carey Price three times through the


Liveblog: Ottawa stays alive

Mike Hoffman, promoted to the Senators second line, beat Carey Price glove side halfway through the third period for the game's first – and last – goal. Tom Gilbert


Liveblog: Canadiens win again in OT, take stranglehold on series

Big CHaracter win. Dale Weise, of all people, finally batted a puck behind Craig Anderson 14 minutes into the third period to tie the game 1-1. Then Dale Weise, of


Liveblog: Galchenyuk wins Game 2 in OT

He spun. He shot. And Alex Galchenyuk's shot, less than four minutes into overtime, gave the Canadiens a 3-2 win and a 2-0 lead in the series. It was a great


Liveblog: Canadiens draw first blood

It wasn't easy. Your Montreal Canadiens, down to fivew defencemen after P.K. Subban was tossed in the second period, hung on for a 4-3 win in the playoff series


Liveblog: Canadiens win in shootout, clinch division

First place! The Canadiens needed a point to sew up the Atlantic Division. A 3-3 tie after 65 minutes in Toronto cinched the point, and goals by Alex Galchenyuk and


Liveblog: Eller wins it in OT, Price sets record

Lars Eller went the length of the ice and beat Jimmy Howard on the short side to secure a 4-3 overtime win for the Canadiens. That's 43 wins for


Liveblog: Price ties W record, Pacioretty injured

Your classic good news/bad news game: The Canadiens' 4-1 win was Carey Price's 42nd of the season. It ties him with Jacques Plante (who did it twice) and Ken


Liveblog: Canadiens lose another shootout

For the second night in a row, the Canadiens lost in a shootout, 3-2 to the mighty New Jersey Devils. Patrik Elias beat Dustin Tokarski to end a tough