The Canadiens came to within two minutes of being shutout for the second straight game by a team’s backup goaltender Wednesday night in dropping a 3-1 decision to the Ducks in Anaheim. Carey Price suffered consecutive defeats for the first time since he dropped three road games in a row in early December.
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The two newest members of the Canadiens, forwards Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn will make their debut on the fourth line with Brandon Prust when they take on the Anaheim Ducks Wednesday night at the Honda Center. Carey Price, who has never won in Anaheim, will be in goal for the Habs. John Gibson will be in goal for the Ducks.
The only argument against Carey Price’s candidacy for the 2015 Hart Trophy for the NHL’s most valuable player is an outdated bias against goaltenders winning the award because they have their own award, the Vezina Trophy. In the 90 year history of the award it has gone to only six netminders.
Ben Smith scored just hours after being acquired by San Jose in a deadline deal and the Sharks shut out Montreal for the third straight meeting in a 4-0 win over the Canadiens on Monday night.
The Canadiens set themselves up for what they hope will be a lengthy playoff run with the trade deadline acquisition of defenseman Jeff petry from the Edmonton Oilers and forwards Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn.
The Canadiens open up their annual California road trip in San Jose Monday night. The Habs have not won a game in San Jose in over 15 years. Carey Price will be in goal for the Canadiens against Antti Niemi.
The Adirondack Flames spoiled a Hamilton Bulldogs comeback attempt with a goal at 5:19 of overtime in a wide open game at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton. The game featured a total of 85 shots on goal, 45 from the Bulldogs.
Left wing Daniel Carr became the second member of the Hamilton Bulldogs to take American Hockey League Rookie of the Month honours. Carr scored eleven goals and an assist in eleven February games to take over the AHL rookie goalscoring lead with eighteen for the season.
Hamilton left wing Eric Tangradi scored three goals to lead the Bulldogs to a 6-3 win over the Comets in Utica New York Sunday afternoon
Justin Shugg’s second goal of trhe game at 6:02 of overtime gave the Charlotte Checkers a 4-3 win over the Bulldogs Saturday night at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton. The Bulldogs led the game 3-2 going into the third period despite being outshot 19-9 in the second period. Zach Boychuk tied the game on an early
The Hamilton Bulldogs scored four first period goals and goaltender Mike Condon did the rest in a 4-0 win over the Charlotte Checkers Friday night at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton.
Petr Mrazek stopped all 26 Hamilton shots and the Grand Rapids Griffins completed a weekend sweep over the Bulldogs with a 2-0 win Saturday night before 10,834 at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids.
Grand Rapids centre Andreas Athanasiou scored on a breakaway at 4:45 of overtime to give the Griffins a 3-2 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs before 8,388 fans in Grand Rapids Friday night. It was the first of back to back games between the Bulldogs and the Detroit Red Wings affilliate this weekend at Grand Rapids.
The Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Rochester Americans 4-1 Wednesday night at FirstOntario Centre and with the victory moved into the eighth and final playoff berth in the AHL’s Western Conference. It was Hamilton’s 10th win over their last 12 games.