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Liveblog: San Jose scores early, edges Canadiens 2-1

A late goal by Arturri Lehkonen saved the Canadiens from the ignominy of a shutout. But first-period goals by Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski proved decisive. The Canadiens had a 32-30 shot advantage. Martin Jones was sharp in the SJ nets.

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Liveblog: Anaheim edges Canadiens 2-1

Andrew Shaw's goal, 18 minutes into the third period, set up an exciting ending. The Canadiens pressed hard  but could not get an equalizer past John Gibson. In the second

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Liveblog: Canadiens beat Detroit 2-1 in Overtime

A dull game became great in OT. The Canadiens managed two kill an Overtime penalty to Shea Weber before Alexander Radulov set up Alex Galchenyuk to blast the winner

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Liveblog: Canadiens edge Carolina 2-1

Max Pacioretty's goal, 14 seconds into the third period, was the difference in a hard-fought win over stubborn Carolina. The visitors had a 32-22 shot advantage, but Carey Price

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Liveblog: Canadiens blow three leads, lose 4-3 to Ottawa

Alex Galchenyuk's power-play goal, his eighth, 2:08 into the third period, broke a 2-2 tie and brought the Bell Centre crowd to life. Jubilation didn't last long. Goals by Mark

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Liveblog: The losing streak is over: Canadiens 2 – Toronto 1

The Canadiens got a power-play goal by Alex Galchenyuk, his seventh, 32 seconds into the second period. It turned out to be the winner, after a tense-but-scoreless third period. The

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Liveblog: Canadiens lose 3-2 in Carolina

An epic collapse. Nursing a 1-0 lead in the third period, the Canadiens were lit up for three goals in less than six minutes. Jeff Skinner got it going with

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Liveblog: Canadiens lose 4-3 to Florida in OT.

The home winning streak is over. Aaron Ekblad's overtime goal extended Florida's mastery of the Canadiens to six straight Ws. Paul Byron's sixth, at 5:46 of the third period, had

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Liveblog: Chicago edges Canadiens 3-2

Patrick Kane's second-period goal was the winner. Trailing 1-0 on a first-period goal by Gustav Forsling, the Canadiens took the lead early in the second. Shea Weber's seventh of the

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Liveblog: Canadiens beat Detroit 5-0 for fourth in a row.

Ho-hum! Another win. And it was never in doubt.  Paul Byron's second of the game and sixth of the season made it 4-0 11:22 into the second period. Then it didn't. Jeff