• Gallagher calls out officials' ‘inconsistency' after late goal called back

    2 days ago - By Sportsnet

    The Montreal Canadiens suffered their third straight loss Tuesday night, and the second consecutive ‘L' at the hands of the less-than-stellar Ottawa Senators. But given what occurred in the final moments of their latest effort, Montreal might see Toronto more deserving of blame than Ottawa.
    In the final seconds of a 4-4 tie between Montreal and Ottawa on Tuesday, the sliding Canadiens seemed to break through, with winger Brendan Gallagher deflecting home the potential game-winner as only a few seconds remained on the clock. A few minutes later, though, the score was back to level, a review...
    Read more ...

     

  • Julien's seat gets hotter as loss to Senators extends Canadiens' skid

    Julien's seat gets hotter as loss to Senators extends Canadiens' skid

    2 days ago - By Sportsnet

    Some numbers for you, none of them flattering for the Montreal Canadiens :
    One, as in one power-play goal for the Canadiens in their last 21 attempts. Two, as in two consecutive Canadiens losses to the Ottawa Senators, who are bringing up the rear of the all-Canadian North Division. Three, as in three Canadiens losses in four games against those pesky Sens. Four, as in the minimum amount of penalties the Canadiens take per game. Five, as in five Canadiens losses in the last six games. Six, as in six Canadiens losses in their last eight games.
    Here's a big one: 69.5, as in millions. That's...
    Read more ...

     

  • Gallagher fumes after Canadiens' late winner overturned on review

    2 days ago - By TheScore

    Brendan Gallagher wasn't happy after officials disallowed what would have been the winning goal for his Montreal Canadiens against the Ottawa Senators in the dying seconds of regulation. Phillip Danault appeared to score with about two seconds remaining in the third period to give the Canadiens a 5-4 lead, but the NHL's Situation Room initiated a goaltender interference review and nixed the goal. The game ultimately went to overtime, and the Senators won in a shootout. The league explained postgame that Gallagher "impaired Ottawa goaltender Matt Murray's ability to play his position in the...
    Read more ...

     

  • Patrik Laine scored two goals but Blue Jackets fall in a shootout

    Patrik Laine scored two goals but Blue Jackets fall in a shootout

    2 days ago - By Fox Sports

    Laine was able to help the Blue Jackets pick up a point in the shootout loss.
    Read more ...

     

  • Norris and Stutzle score in shootout to help Senators to 5-4 victory over Canadiens

    Norris and Stutzle score in shootout to help Senators to 5-4 victory over Canadiens

    2 days ago - By TORONTO STAR


    Read more ...

     

  • Canadiens fall to Senators in shootout after late goal called back

    2 days ago - By Sportsnet

    OTTAWA - Josh Norris scored the shootout winner to give the Ottawa Senators a 5-4 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night at Canadian Tire Centre.
    Tim Stutzle also beat Montreal goalie Carey Price in the shootout. Ottawa's Brady Tkachuk opened with a miss and Senators netminder Matt Murray stopped Corey Perry and Jonathan Drouin.
    It capped a wild and entertaining game between the two rivals.
    Both teams had excellent chances in the overtime session. Stutzle had two glorious opportunities but couldn't convert and Montreal's Tyler Toffoli was stoned on a breakaway with about a...
    Read more ...