The Canadiens will be looking to extend their winning streak to four games when they take on the Rangers at New York’s Madison Square Garden Thursday night. It’s the final of three scheduled games this season between the Original Six rivals. The season series is split with each team winning at home. Carey Price will again be in goal for the Canadiens. Henrik Lundqvist for the Rangers.
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The Canadiens have recalled forward Gabriel Dumont from the Bulldogs.
In 40 games with Hamilton this season, Dumont has recorded 27 points (12 goals, 15 assists) and 54 penalty minutes.
The Canadiens power play struck for the winning goal and Carey Price stopped 40 of 42 shots as the Canadiens edged the Dallas Stars Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. Brendan Gallagher scored what proved to be the game winner and Price did the rest as the Canadiens finished off a three game home stand with a 3-0-0 record.
The Canadiens start the post-All Star game stretch run to the playoffs with a game against the Dallas Stars Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. In the other meeting between the clubs in Dallas December 6th, the Stars defeated the Habs 4-1. Carey Price returns to the Canadiens nets against Dallas goaltender Kari Lehtonen.
The city of New York is being battered with what has been described as a “potentially historic” blizzard Monday and Tuesday. The Canadiens are scheduled to play the Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Thursday. While the storm will have passed by then, there is a possibility it will influence the game.
P.K. Subban assisted on the tieing goal and the scored the game winner in overtime as the Canadiens came from behind to edged the Nashville Predators 2-1 Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. Both goals came on the Canadiens power play. Carey Price was named the game’s first start after stopping 36 of 37 Predators shots, 28 of them in the game’s first two periods.
The Hamilton Bulldogs came from behind a 3-1 deficit late in the second period to defeat the Toronto Marlies 4-3 Saturday afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto.
Gabriel Dumont broke open scoreless game 28 seconds into the third period and goaltender Mike Condon did the rest as the Hamilton Bulldogs shutout the Toronto Marlies Friday night in front of 10,451 fans at First Ontario Centre in Hamilton.
The Hamilton Bulldogs broke open a tied game with three straight goals to hand the Grand Rapids Griffins a 5-2 defeat Saturday night in Hamilton. The victory followed a 2-1 win over the Griffins Friday night.
Gabriel Dumont’s second goal of the night at 13:53 of the third period broke a 1-1 tie and gave the Hamilton Bulldogs a 2-1 victory over the Grand Rapids Griffins Friday night at FirstOntario Centre.
The Hamilton Bulldogs dropped their third straight game on home ice as the Milwaukee Admirals handed them a 4-1 defeat Wednesday night at FirstOntario Centre.
After dropping a 2-1 decision to Lake Erie Saturday night at home, the Bulldogs were shutout 3-0 at the hands of the Oklahoma City Barons on Sunday afternoon at First Ontario Centre.
Rookie goaltender Mike Condon stopped 27 shots as the Hamilton Bulldogs shut out the Utica Comets 3-0 Friday night at FirstOntario Centre. It was Condon’s first American Hockey League shutout. In the game, former Canadiens first round draft choice Jarred Tinordi was knocked out in a second period fight with Utica defenseman Andrej Pedan and did not return to the game.
A third period comeback by the Hamilton Bulldogs fell short when Brent Regner scored with 43 seconds in overtime to give the Chicago Wolves a 3-2 win Saturday night. T.J. Hensick and Davis Drewiske scored in the third period after the Wolves had taken a 2-0 lead on goals by Shane Harper and Jake Chelios.