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Topic - Montreal Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens are gaining confidence with every playoff victory.
Carey Price concedes that failing to protect a pair of third-period leads is not a formula for success in the NHL playoffs.
Down one goal, Montreal battled back - twice. Up one, it faltered - twice. Dale Weise then put the Tampa Bay Lightning away for the night.
Here's a look at 10 things to watch when the NHL playoffs begin Wednesday with a new format, some stars returning from injuries and renewed rivalries:
The Montreal Canadiens signed goalie Dustin Tokarski to a two-year contract extension on Saturday.
The Canadiens almost let the game get away.
Having completed their regular-season series, the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens soon could find themselves battling in the postseason.
Max Pacioretty kept the Montreal Canadiens on a roll.
Patrice Bergeron scored two goals, and the Bruins beat the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks 3-0 on Thursday night in the first meeting between the teams in Boston since the deciding game of the Stanley Cup finals.
The Montreal Canadiens started fast and finished strong to overcome a rough patch in between.
The Montreal Canadiens used a strong third period to fend off the lowly Buffalo Sabres.
When Carey Price looks at the Toronto Maple Leafs, he sees a big, physically strong team.
A fast start, a few opportune bounces and rookie goalie Dustin Tokarski's shutout performance allowed the Montreal Canadiens to avoid needing any late-game dramatics on consecutive nights.
The Montreal Canadiens were ecstatic. The Ottawa Senators were speechless.
When Tommy Wingels scored a fluky, short-handed goal in the opening minutes, it was clear this was going to be San Jose's night.