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Liveblog: Canadiens draft Sergachev, deal Eller, acquire Shaw

The Canadiens used the ninth pick in the 2016 NHL draft to select Mikhail Sergachev, a 6’2″ Russian defenceman who plays junior hockey for the Windsor Spitfires.   Check this video: “He’s been great,” a scout told the Hockey News. […]

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Liveblog: Season ends not with a whimper, but a muffled bang

A modest bang, but still. Your Montreal Canadiens concluded their wretched season by completing a season sweep against the Tampa Bay Lightning with a 5-2 win Saturday night. Alex Galchenyuk scored

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Liveblog: Lindgren wins pro debut

 Charlie Lindgren was beaten by Riley Nash on the first shot of his NHL career. Then the goaltender settled down, making 26 saves as the Canadiens beat Carolina 4-2. Darren Dietz

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Liveblog: Florida completes season sweep

The Panthers got goals from Aleksander Barkov – 10 seconds into the game –  Nick Bjugstad, a third-period backbreaker by Greg McKegg and a late-game clincher by Jiri

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Liveblog: Canadiens blow 3-0 lead, lose to Panthers

Jonathan Huberdeau's third-period goal tied it at 3-3. And then Aleksander Barkov scored his second of the game with 28 seconds left. Barkov also had two assists. Jaromir Jagr and

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Liveblog: Spoiler Express rolls on

Mike Condon made 26 saves in Tampa – including a penalty-shot stop on Ondrej Palat – for his first NHL shutout. With Ben Bishop on the bench, Phillip Danault

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Liveblog: Spoiler alert!

The Canadiens put three pucks past Jimmy Howard in the third period, erasing a 3-2 Detroit lead and jeopardizing the Wings' playoff push. Two – shots by Sven Andrighetto

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Liveblog: Ho-hum, another loss for the Hab-nots

They made it look easy. The playoff-bound Rangers got two goals from evil Chris Kreider and singles from J.T. Miller, Derick Brassard and Derek Stepan  in a 5-2 conquest

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Liveblog: Late push not enough

After playing arguably their worst second period of their miserable season, the Canadiens scored three unanswered goals in seven minutes to start the third period and make it

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Liveblog: The Gang Who Couldn’t Tank Straight

Lucas Lessio's third period goal was the winner as your Montreal Canadiens did nothing for their draft position by beating Anaheim 4-3. There were three goals in three second-period