Dave Weise tied the game late in the third period and then won it in overtime as the Canadiens edged the Ottawa Senators 2-1 Sunday night at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa. The Canadien now hold a 3-0 lead in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series with Game Four scheduled for Wednesday in Ottawa.
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The Canadiens will try to take a stranglehold on their Eastern Quarterfinal Series against Ottawa Sunday as the scene shifts to the Canadian Tire Centre for Game three Sunday night. Ottawa will put veteran goaltender Craig Anderson in goal for the first time in the series and add the physical presence of Chris Neil to their fourth line.
Alex Galchenyuk scored in the fourth minute of overtime to give the Canadiens a 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators. The win gave the Canadiens a 2-0 lead in their best of seven quarterfinal series with the scene shifting to Ottawa Sunday.
Max Pacioretty returns to the Canadiens lineup for Game two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series between the Canadiens and the Ottawa Senators. Pacioretty will go back on the line centred by David Desharnais while Devante Smith-Pelly will move over to right wing. P.A. Parenteau will miss the game with an upoer body injury. The Candiens lead the series 1-0.
Fourth liner Brian Flynn scored a goal and added two assists and the Canadiens survived a game misconduct to P.K. Subban to edged the Ottawa Senators 4-3 in the opening game of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal Wednesday night. Game two will be played at the Bell Centre Friday.
The Canadiens and Ottawa Senators will meet in a playoff series for only the second time in their teams histories. The last time they met was the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Seres of 2013 which Ottawa won 4 games to 1. Carey Price will be in goal for the Canadiens against late season sensation Andrew Hammond of the Senators.
The era of the AHL Hamilton Bulldogs came to an end Saturday with a 4-3 shootout loss to the Lake Erie Monsters at FirstOntario Centre. For the fourth straight season, the Bulldogs will not be taking part in the Calder Cup playoffs.
Rookie left wing Daniel Carr broke a 3-3 tie with 1:23 left in regulation time and the Hamilton Bulldogs went to to a 5-3 win over the Barons Tuesday night in Oklahoma City.
Nick Sorkin scored twice including the game-winner as the Hamilton Bulldogs edged the Texas Stars 4-3 Friday night in Austin. The win left the Bulldogs one point behind the Toronto Marlies and Milwaukee Admirals who share the eighth and final AHL Western Conference playoff berth. The Bulldogs have four games remaining on their schedule.
Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Bulldogs general manager Marc Bergevin announced today the Canadiens have re-assigned forward Tim Bozon to the Bulldogs from the Western Hockey League’s Kootenay Ice.
The Hamilton Bulldogs hopes for their first playoff berth took another major blow after dropping a 3-1 decision to the Utica Comets in Utica New York Tuesday night.
Bobby Sanguinetti scored in the 3-on-3 portion of the overtime and the Utica Comets defeated the Hamilton Bulldogs 3-2 Saturday night at FirstOntario Centre. The Bulldogs have reached the new 3-on-3 portion of the overtime period nine times this season. They have lost eight of them.
The Chicago Wolves put a dent in Hamilton Bulldogs hopes for a place in the 2015 AHL playoffs by posting a 4-2 win Thursday night at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton.
The Hamilton Bulldogs scored two third period power play goals to come from behind for a 2-1 win over the Marlies in Toronto Saturday afternoon. Sven Andrighetto led the Bulldogs with a goal and an assist. The win put the Bulldogs four points ahead of the Marlies in the race for the final playoff spots in the AHL Western Conference.