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Steven Stamkos, Power Play Rejuvenated as Lightning Take Stranglehold on Series

Game 2 of the second-round series between Montreal and Tampa Bay started out like something straight out of the dreams of Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien. Montreal jumped out to an early 1-0 lead and dominated in all three zones,...Show More Summary

Brandon Prust tosses glove at bench, rips referee

Montreal Canadiens tough guy Brandon Prust had an eventful final shift in Sunday’s 6-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. First, he (...)

Watch Steven Stamkos toss Brandon Prust's elbow pad into the stands

Prust threw his pad at Tampa Bay's bench in anger and never saw it again. The Montreal Canadiens disappointed their home crowd with a 6-2 loss in Game 2, but at least one fan will be going home with a great memory thanks to Steven Stamkos. Late...Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Canadiens 2015 results: 3 things we learned from Tampa Bay's 6-2 win

Game 2 belonged to Tampa Bay's power play. The Tampa Bay Lightning made the Bell Centre sound like a crypt on Sunday, silencing the Montreal Canadiens crowd with a 6-2 win in Game 2. Tampa Bay scored four goals on four consecutive power...Show More Summary

Watch Canadiens player miss his check and disappear over the boards

Brendan Gallagher should probably aim better. Sunday was a bad day for the Montreal Canadiens, who got carved up by the Tampa Bay Lightning at home in a 6-2 loss in Game 2. Nothing went right for them. That includes trying to actually connect on checks along the boards. Show More Summary

NHL Sunday: Lightning take Game 2 lead in Montreal

Tampa Bay has all the momentum on the road against the Canadiens. If you're going to wipe out in front of a huge playoff crowd, at least one of the best goalies in the game (and, most likely, your hero) will be there to give you a stick tap to tell you it's alright. And he didn't drop the flag! There's plenty of sliver linings here for that Habs kid. (H/T @IanMcClaren)

Watch Lightning carve up Canadiens on great tic-tac-toe goal

Like a hot knife through butter. If there are any open passing lanes in Game 2, the Tampa Bay Lightning will find them and exploit them. The Montreal Canadiens learned this the hard way, getting burned for three goals in the second period Sunday. The second of those goals was the most impressive. Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Canadiens: Game 2 Live Score, Highlights for 2015 NHL Playoffs

Two days after starting their Eastern Conference semifinal series with a double-overtime thriller, the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens will be back on the Bell Centre ice at 6 p.m. ET for Game 2. Tampa Bay took Game 1 in controversial...Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Canadiens, NHL playoffs 2015: Time, TV schedule and live stream for Game 2

The Montreal Canadiens have yet to solve the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2014-2015 season, but they'll need to figure things out in Sunday's Game 2 of their second-round NHL playoff series at Centre Bell in Montreal. The Lightning lead...Show More Summary

2015 NHL Playoffs: Power Plays Will Decide Canadiens-Lightning Series Winner

In a series featuring a pair of power plays drowning under the weight of enormous slumps, the unit that is least inefficient could produce a winner. The Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning combined to go 0-for-7 on their power play opportunities during Tampa Bay's 2-1 double overtime Game 1 win on Friday. Show More Summary

Montreal Canadiens vs Tampa Bay Lightning Live Stream: Watch NHL Playoffs 2015 Online

Trying to get a 2-0 series advantage, the Tampa Bay Lightning play the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference match-up in the NHL Stanley Cup.

Lightning vs. Canadiens 2015 final score: Tampa Bay takes Game 1 in 2 OT, 2-1

Nikita Kucherov scored to give the Lightning a 2-1 double-overtime win over the Canadiens in Game 1 of their second-round series on Friday night in Montreal. Nikita Kucherov scored 2:06 into double overtime, leading the Tampa Bay Lightning...Show More Summary

NHL Friday: Canadiens host Lightning, Wild visit Blackhawks

The other half of the second round of the NFL playoffs begins on Friday, with Games 1 taking place in Montreal and Chicago. The Canadiens host the Lightning and the Blackhawks host the Wild. As the calendar flipped to 2015, the Minnesota Wild were recovering from their sixth consecutive loss. Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Canadiens: Game 1 Live Score, Highlights for 2015 NHL Playoffs

The Tampa Bay Lightning will look to avenge last season's playoff sweep against the Montreal Canadiens when the two teams lock horns for Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series Friday night at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Tampa...Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Canadiens, NHL playoffs 2015: Time, TV schedule and live stream

Will Montreal eliminate Tampa Bay for the second straight year? After taking Wednesday's Game 7 against the Detroit Red Wings, the Tampa Bay Lightning traveled north of the border for their second-round matchup against the Montreal Canadiens. These two Atlantic Division rivals meet in the playoffs for the second straight year. Show More Summary

Canadiens vs. Lightning: Preview and Prediction for 2015 NHL Playoffs Matchup

For the second straight season, the Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning will tangle in a postseason series. The Lightning will be hoping they have a smidgen more success this time around. In 2014, the Canadiens stormed through the Lightning with a first-round sweep, although there were extenuating circumstances. Show More Summary

Senators Fail to Score for 1st Time All Season in Elimination Game

The Ottawa Senators lost Sunday's series-ending Game 6 to the Montreal Canadiens by a score of 2-0, marking the first time Ottawa has been shut out in the past 130 games, per Sportsnet Stats. Despite struggling last season and throughout...Show More Summary

Montreal Canadiens prank goalie Carey Price after Playoff win

Regardless of what happens in the rest of the playoffs, Montreal Canadiens’ goalie Carey Price will likely walk away the Vezina (...)

Montreal Canadiens Must Rise to Carey Price's Elite Level to Further Advance

The proverbial ghosts of Patrick Roy, Ken Dryden and Jacques Plante won't formally be banished until the Montreal Canadiens win another Stanley Cup. The last Canadiens team, not to mention a Canadian team, to win the Stanley Cup was 1993 when Roy led an underdog club to banner No. Show More Summary

Canadiens vs. Senators Game 6 results: Ottawa's season ends with 2-0 defeat

The Sens couldn't solve Carey Price and were eliminated from the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Montreal Canadiens eliminated the Ottawa Senators from the Stanley Cup Playoffs by winning Game 6 of their first round series, 2-0. Brendan...Show More Summary

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