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Liveblog: Game 46 – Markov wins classic game in OT 2-1

ShareFor the first time in almost three years, the Chicago Blackhawks pay a visit to the Bell Centre on Saturday night. On April 5, 2011, Carey Price made 42 saves – including 19 in he second period – and P.K. […]

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Liveblog: Game 45 – Philly Phutility continues with 3-1 loss

As was the Spectrum back in the day, the Wells Fargo Centre is an inhospitable arena for your Montreal Canadiens. They haven't won in Philadelphia since April, 2010. On Dec.

CelebrateFla

Liveblog: Game 44 – Canadiens play 40 great minutes, win 2-1, move past Tampa Bay into second place in Atlantic

Florida sits 15 points behind your Montreal Canadiens in the Eastern Conference standings. The Panthers have scored 11 fewer goals than the Canadiens. They've allowed 32 more. But for all the

EmmyOttawa

Liveblog: Game 43 – Canadiens comeback earns a point, but they lose in OT

The Canadiens, who haven't played in Montreal since Dec. 17, make their 2014 Bell Centre debut Saturday night against an Atlantic Division rival. Ottawa, sitting ninth in the Eastern

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Liveblog: Game 42 – Canadiens win a wild one in Dallas to begin 2014

The Canadiens start the homestretch – and 2014 portion – of their schedule with a visit to Dallas. The American Airlines Center will be warmer than what the Leafs

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Liveblog: Game 41 – Canadiens blow 3-0 lead, lose 5-4 in OT

Your Montreal Canadiens end the calendar year in Raleigh, N.C., where they'll play the fifth game of the season's longest road trip. The Carolina Hurricanes, coached by CH alumnus

PKFLA

Liveblog: Game 40 – Panthers claw Canadiens 4-1

It happened as recently as last season. In back-to-back games on March 9-10, your Montreal Canadiens beat Tampa Bay 4-3 and Florida 5-2. After Lars Eller's  goal and Carey Price's

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Liveblog: Game 39 – Canadiens win 2-1 in Shootout

Your Montreal Canadiens return from their six-day Christmas break to face an Atlantic Division rival. No, not Boston, Toronto, Ottawa, Detroit or Buffalo – all cities clutched in the

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Liveblog: Game 38 – Canadiens blow 3-0 lead but DD wins it in OT

Saturday night in Nashville, the Canadiens will play their last game before a nice long Christmas break. After flying back to Montreal, the team is idle until Dec. 28,

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Liveblog: Game 37 – Canadiens trounced in St. Louis

Your Montreal Canadiens won't be back on Bell Centre ice until next year. Between now and Jan. 4, the team plays in St. Louis, Nashville, Tampa Bay, Florida, Carolina