Kovy Scores 29th Goal of The Season

Ilya Kovalchuk scored for the Devils with 5:59 to play, preventing Price from posting his ninth shutout. Darche deflected a backhand pass by Gionta from the left side boards midway through the first period to give Montreal a 1-0 lead to the roars of what seemed a Canadiens crowd in New Jersey. Brodeur kept the

Anton Babchuk Scores For Flames In Heritage Classic

Rene Bourque scored twice, Anton Babchuk had a short-handed goal and Alex Tanguay also scored for the Flames, who became just the second home team to win in the NHL’s six outdoor games. “I think it’s right up there with playing your first game, scoring your first goal, things like that,” Bourque said of the

Ilya Kovalchuk tallies twice to send Devils past Habs

Dainius Zubrus and Ilya Kovalchuk scored 2:52 apart early in the first, sending New Jersey on to a 4-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday. Brodeur got his 615th career win despite leaving after the first period because of a bruised right leg. Brodeur stopped all 11 shots he faced before he was replaced

Nikolay Zherdev Finds New Friends as Flyers Topple Canadiens 5-3

It’s amazing what two days on a proper scoring line can prove. Skating with Jeff Carter and James Van Riemsdyk, Zherdev scored his second goal in two nights against the Montreal Canadiens, as the Flyers pulled out a tough 5-3 win against a hungry Canadiens club. Zherdev’s line was responsible for four of the five

Pekka Rinne pitches shutout as Preds halt Canadiens

If Pekka Rinne knew just how he and the Nashville Predators keep shutting down the Montreal Canadiens’ offense they’d gladly face them more than once a season. Rinne made 30 saves for his second shutout, Marcel Goc scored twice and the Predators ended Montreal’s four-game winning streak with a 3-0 victory Thursday night. Rinne got

Anton Babchuk Scores On Power-Play

Midway through the second, Carolina defenceman Anton Babchuk lifted his colleagues to within one with a power-play goal. A little more than two minutes later, onetime Canadien Tom Kostopoulos, who never quits, beat Carey Price with the tying goal. Click Here To Continue Reading Article