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  • Home-ice advantage overrated in Wild-Blues series

    NHL teams play all season for home-ice advantage. Only to give it away. It hasn't meant much at all in the Wild-Blues first-round Western Conference series. The teams have traded victories the first five games, three of them coming on the road, sending...
  • Senators beat Canadiens 5-1 to force Game 6

    MONTREAL — Craig Anderson made 45 saves and the Ottawa Senators avoided elimination with a 5-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference first-round series. Montreal leads the best-of-seven series 3-2....
  • Rangers, Canadiens out to clinch 1st-round series

    Blowouts are rare this time of year in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Still, it only counts as one win. The New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens lead their series 3-1 with every game decided by one goal. It remains to be seen whether the St. Louis...
  • Mike Hoffman scores, Senators beat Canadiens 1-0

    Mike Hoffman scored midway through the third period and the Ottawa Senators beat the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 on Wednesday night to avoid elimination. Craig Anderson made 28 saves to help the Senators' cut Montreal's lead to 3-1 in the Eastern Conference...
  • Ducks, Habs get chance to close out playoff series

    The Montreal Canadiens and the Anaheim Ducks already have their first chance to finish up the first round. These two clubs on opposite ends of the continent walked similar paths to get their respective 3-0 series advantages heading into tonight's games....
  • Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup

    Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup
    The NHL will have a new champion and the Stanley Cup playoffs will welcome back some long-absent teams. The Kings became the first champion to miss the playoffs the following season since Carolina in 2007. They were joined on the sidelines by the Boston...
  • Ducks, Habs get chance to close out playoff series Wednesday

    The Montreal Canadiens and the Anaheim Ducks already have their first chance to finish up the first round. These two clubs on opposite ends of the continent walked similar paths to get their respective 3-0 series advantages heading into Wednesday's...
  • The art and science of hockey bench management

     The art and science of hockey bench management
    It is a ballet. And a kind of speed chess. It has a basic pattern. But it also has improvisation, created by the coaches' tactical decisions. It has straightforward movement and seemingly chaotic swirl. Bodies leap over boards or race in and out of...
  • Capitals goalie Holtby healthy, ready for Game 3 at Isles

    Capitals goalie Braden Holtby wasn't sure what felt worse: Sitting out a playoff game because of an illness, or watching the Capitals fall behind the New York Islanders by two goals before rallying for a victory. "It wasn't fun. A lot less stressful...
  • Galchenyuk scores in OT, Canadiens top Senators 3-2

    Alex Galchenyuk scored on a spin-around shot 3:40 into overtime, leading Montreal to a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Friday night that gave the Canadiens a 2-0 lead in their first-round playoff series. Max Pacioretty, back from a concussion,...
  • Hard to argue against Joel Quenneville sticking with Corey Crawford

    Hard to argue against Joel Quenneville sticking with Corey Crawford
    Besides Blackhawks rookie Scott Darling, only one other goaltender in NHL history won his playoff debut while allowing no goals and playing more than 60 minutes. His name was Normie Smith of the Red Wings and 79 years ago he shut out the Montreal...