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The Montreal Canadiens got two of their stars back for full games Friday night in game two of their series with the Ottawa Senators. Max Pacioretty returned from injury and P.K Subban was back fresh off of being ejected halfway through Wednesday’s game one and both played big roles in Montreal’s 3-2 overtime win over the Ottawa Senators. 266 more words
P.K. Subban received the first star and a couple of kisses Friday night as the Canadiens posted a 3-2 overtime win over the Ottawa Senators. 696 more words
Élise Béliveau’s love affair with the Canadiens began when her late husband, Jean, signed his first contract with the club in October 1953.
The bond with this year’s team deepened back in December when the players came to pay their respects to Le Gros Bill, who lay in state on the floor of the Bell Centre, then arrived en masse at his funeral. 845 more words
The skinny: Alex Galchenyuk scored at 3:40 of overtime to give the Canadiens a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators Friday night at the Bell Centre. 488 more words
Alex Galchenyuk was turned away on some nice chances earlier in Game 2, giving the sense that he might have been due. If so, his efforts paid off in overtime, as he scored the 3-2 OT winner to give the Montreal Canadiens a 2-0 series lead against the Ottawa Senators. 260 more words
There aren’t too many people that want to see a P.K. Subban slap shot headed their way, and apparently Ottawa Senators goalie Andrew Hammond is one of them. 113 more words