The Tampa Bay Lightning eliminated the Montreal Canadiens from the 2015 playoffs in six games. Listen to how it played out with NHL Live Wire.
For the second consecutive season, the Montreal Canadiens enjoyed a relatively successful campaign. The regular season went extremely well, seeing the Habs post 110 points and finish second overall in the NHL standings, behind only the New York Rangers. Show More Summary
D’Oh, Canada. The Stanley Cup will be handed to an American team this spring…again. A Canadian franchise hasn ’t laid claim to the coveted Stanley Cup in 21 years. That drought is about to hit 22, with the Montreal Canadiens having been...Show More Summary
One game separates the 2015 NHL playoffs from the conference finals, and the implications of it on the Stanley Cup are not small in nature. After the Tampa Bay Lightning finally got it together and ousted the Montreal Canadiens in six games, Steven Stamkos and Co. Show More Summary
Nikita Kucherov had two goals and an assist and the Tampa Bay Lightning advanced to the Eastern Conference finals with a 4-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night.
A pesky Montreal team finally gave way in Game 6. Lightning fans can breath a long-awaited sigh of relief. Having watched their team twice fail to put a dagger in a persistent Canadiens club, the Tampa Bay faithful watched the Lightning...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Lightning will take their third shot at advancing to the Eastern Conference final when they take on the Montreal Canadiens in Game 6 Tuesday night at Amalie Arena, and Bleacher Report will bring you all the live action. Montreal...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Lightning, which looks to clinch its best-of-seven Stanley Cup playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night, will likely have to do it without right wing Ryan Callahan. The 30-year-old underwent an emergency appendectomy on Monday night, NHL.com reports. Callahan, who was the team’s fourth-best scorer in the regular season, hasn’t scored […]
There are many reasons why the Montreal Canadiens are one of just six teams still alive in the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Carey Price, of course, belongs near the top of the list, as does star defenceman P.K. Subban and leading goal scorer Max Pacioretty. Show More Summary
The Montreal Canadiens are one loss away from the end of their season. The club battled the pressure and the Tampa Bay Lightning to push a sixth game in their second round series after a 2-1 win on Saturday. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube
Two matchups on tap for Sunday in the 2015 NHL playoffs will decide whether the Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning will be the only teams to enter the week still playing Round 2 hockey. The Anaheim Ducks can put the Calgary Flames...Show More Summary
It takes a lot to drown out the deep baritone of Montreal Canadiens public address announcer Michel Lacroix, who has been detailing Canadiens' goals since 1993. The longtime Canadiens P.A. man, however, never had a chance to be heard after Montreal's other P.A. Show More Summary
Price and Parenteau sent the series back to Tampa Bay. A late goal and a sparkling performance in net led the Montreal Canadiens to a 2-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5, keeping the Canadiens alive for at least one more...Show More Summary
The Montreal Canadiens survived one elimination game, and they hope they can repeat their good fortune with a victory in Game 5 of their conference semifinal series against the Tampa Bay Lightning. After winning Game 4 in Tampa, the Canadiens get a chance to return to the Bell Center for a chance to win a game in front of their home fans. Show More Summary
The Canadiens are facing elimination once again, needing a win to keep their playoff hopes alive against the Lightning on Saturday. The Montreal Canadiens were on the verge of elimination heading into Thursday's game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Show More Summary
Entering Thursday on life support, the Montreal Canadiens responded with a resounding 6-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. The win avoided a sweep and kept them alive for Saturday night's Game 5. In a series where each team has generated a six-goal outing, the Atlantic Division rivals meet once more in Canada. Show More Summary
Not even a dancing astronaut could throw Canadiens goalie Carey Price off his game last night in Tampa. Montreal’s offense helped decrease the pressure as they built a 5-0 lead by the middle of the second period. Read more...
Montreal and Chicago don't lack for confidence now. The keys to winning in the playoffs are usually simple. Get a hot goalie, strong defense and a timely goal-scoring and your path to the Stanley Cup is much clearer. But confidence plays a huge role, too. Show More Summary
The Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night did something for the first time during the 2014-15 season, something the Buffalo Sabres, Edmonton Oilers and Toronto Maple Leafs all had accomplished previously. They defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning. After...Show More Summary
The Canadiens avoided elimination with an emphatic win. Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper called his team's effort in Game 3 "ludicrous". One can only imagine what he'll call his team's performance after getting routed 6-2 by theShow More Summary