A night of firsts:
First win for Marc Bergevin as Canadiens general manager.
First win for Michel Therrien 2.0.
First NHL point for Brendan Gallagher.
And … all together now:
Get used to yelling that non-Canadian name.
The kid, chosen third overall in a draft that seems a long time ago, scored the first of what will be many, many NHL goals.
It gave the Canadiens a 4-1 lead in the second period and sent the Bell Centre faithful into a frenzy.
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
High risk, high reward. The kid is coming off a serious preseason knee injury, a torn anterior cruciate ligament. But there is a HUGE upside. AUDIO from Pittsburgh: Alex Galchenyuk
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We've got a series. L.A. finally loses a road game in the playoffs. And game 6 goes Monday night at the Staples Centre. The great Martin Brodeur made 25 saves –
After almost 48 scoreless minutes, Patrik Elias and Drew Doughty scored goals 62 seconds apart. The game seemed headed for the third OT of the series when Adam Henrique
The only question is whether New Jersey can avoid a sweep. The Devils had a chance, notably on an early 5-on-3 powerr play. But they didn't capitalize – NJ is
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