Last spring’s playoff antagonists go at it again at the Bell Centre Thursday night.
Chances are the Canadiens will dress a lineup that’s more NHL-ready than the prospect-laden roster that were easily beaten Wednesday night at Canadian Tire Centre.
Magnus Nygren scored on the Canadiens’ first shot of the game. Raphael Diaz scored late in the third period, when the result was no longer in doubt.
Between the two scores by Canadiens Dmen, the Senators got goals from Clarke MacArthur, Bobby Ryan, Milan Michalek, Cory Conacher and Mika Zabinejad.
Erik Karlsson had three assists.
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
Way too little, way too late. Brian Gionta scored on a power play to make a game of it late in the third period. It brought the crowd to life