Liveblog: Canadiens finally beat San Jose

The last time the Sharks lost at the Bell Centre, Jacques Martin was coaching the Canadiens. It was Dec. 4, 2010. Long wait … but worth it. The Canadiens played one of their better games of the season and Carey […]

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Liveblog: Canadiens complete season sweep of Canes

Max Pacioretty's 35th was icing on the cake in a 4-0 win that made it three wins in as many games  against mighty Carolina. It was all hustle by


Liveblog: Tokarski steals win in Sunrise

Dustin Tokarski made 41 saves – 21 in the third period – as the Canadiens beat the Panthers 3-2 to stay in first place in the Atlantic Division. Great


Liveblog: Rally falls short as Tampa wins 4-2

Steven Stamkos's second goal of the game, an empty-netter, cinched Tampa's fourth win in as many games against the Canadiens. Goals by Tomas Plekanec and P.A. Parenteau brought the


Liveblog: Canadiens take the broom to Islanders

The Canadiens completed a season sweep of their series against the Islanders with a 3-1 road win. With Michal Neuvirth on the bench and the home team on a


Liveblog: Canadiens blow lead, torched by Sens

The last time Carey Price gave up five goals was in early November, against Chicago at the Bell Centre. And the Canadiens didn't blow a 2-0 lead in that


Liveblog: Canadiens lose a classic to Tampa Bay in OT

Have the playoffs started early? The Canadiens and Tampa Bay played 61:03 of superb, fast-paced, highly skilled hockey. And the team that deserved to win did. Tyler Johnson ended it with


Liveblog: Canadiens end trip with win

Brendan Gallagher's empty-netter sealed a 2-0 win over stubborn Arizona. Lars Eller's second-period goal gave the Canadiens a lead that Carey Price protected through a nervous third period during


Liveblog: Canadiens erase deficit, blow lead, lose in shootout

Lars Eller has no luck. His shot off the crossbar behind Jonathan Quick ended a four-round shootout win for L.A., which had sent the game into OT while Eller


Liveblog: Canadiens are 0-for-California

At least your Montreal Canadiens avoided the ignominy of a second straight shutout. Alex Galchenyuk beat Anaheim goaltender John Gibson with less than two minutes left in a 3-1