EllerFla

Liveblog: Canadiens end 2014 with a win, take over top spot

ShareP.A. Parenteau scored the only goal of the Shootout to seal a W that moved the Canadiens into first place in the Eastern Conference. It was PAP’s fourth Shootout goal of the season. Dustin Tokarski stopped all three Florida shots […]

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PAPCarolina

Liveblog: Canadiens win out of Christmas break

With Carolina pressing, Max Pacioretty scored an empty-netter to seal a 3-1 win. Eric Staal had scored on a power-play early in the third period to make things interesting. Fresh

PrustIsles

Liveblog: Canadiens give themselves a merry Christmas

Outshot 14-3 and trailing on Kyle Okposo's goal, the Canadiens were HORRID in the first period on Long Island.. But they got second-period goals from Andrei Markov and Brendan

PKOtt

Liveblog: Canadiens end homestand with a win

It wasn't as easy as the 4-1 score suggests. The Canadiens and Senators were hooked up in a tense one-goal game until late in the third period. Then Tomas Plekanec

Saku

Liveblog: Ducks edge Canadiens on Saku Night

Matt Beleskey's third-period goal was the difference in a hard-fought game that cost the Canadiens the services of Max Pacioretty. Pacioretty was driven into the boards by Anaheim defenceman

CelebrateCarolina

Liveblog: Galchenyuk hat trick powers Canadiens to third in a row

The first hat trick of Alex Galchenyuk's young career broke open a tight game and keyed the Canadiens to a 4-1 win over the woeful Carolina Hurricanes. Brandon Prust

GalchLA

Liveblog: Canadiens beat Cup-holders

Let's hope Carey Price has a good lawyer. He committed Grand Theft Hockey against the Stanley Cup champions. Price made 45 saves as the Canadiens beat L.A. 6-2. Jiri Sekac and

4inIce

Liveblog: Canadiens beat Canucks 3-1on an emotional night

It was fitting that a centre. Tomas Plekanec, snipe Sven Andrighetto's pass over Ryan Miller's shoulder for a 3-1 win. And it was proper that Plekanec give the game

PKDallas

Liveblog: Canadiens limp home from 1-3 road trip

OK, it isn't Napoleon's retreat from Russia. There's still a lot of hockey to be played. But after a heartbreaking loss to the Cup-contender Hawks, the Canadiens didn't offer much

PleksToews

Liveblog: Canadiens lose a heartbreaker

Admit it: At 2-0 Hawks, you thought this sucker was over. But it wasn't ... at least not right away. Goals by Brendan Gallagher, Sergei Gonchar and P.K. Subban gave