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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Peter Budaj
The Montreal Canadiens couldn't help but feel a sense of payback.
Montreal coach Michel Therrien wanted to continue his team's drive to the playoffs more than to snap Boston's 12-game winning streak.
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.
The Montreal Canadiens appeared to be in some trouble when goalie Carey Price was injured just after helping Canada win the gold medal at the Olympics.
Peter Budaj will make a third straight start in goal when the Montreal Canadiens host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Montreal Canadiens are still adjusting to NHL play after a nearly three-week Olympic layoff. And it showed Thursday night.
There was something familiar about the way the checking of Mike Babcock's Detroit Red Wings smothered the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night.
The Montreal Canadiens were struggling through their worst stretch of the season. Then they had to play two of the hottest teams in the NHL.
Marc-Andre Fleury skated to center ice, eager to add an exclamation point to his 28th victory of the season.
Mikhail Grabovski and Eric Fehr teamed up for the Capitals' two regulation goals and in the shootout to help Washington beat Montreal 3-2 (SO) on Friday night.
Instant analysis of the Capitals' 3-2 win (SO) over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night at Verizon Center.
Alex Ovechkin scored on a late first-period power play and again in the third period to give him 19 goals, two ahead of Alexander Steen of the St. Louis Blues, but that wasn't enough to appease coach Adam Oates.
Alex Ovechkin moved past Alexander Steen and into first place among NHL goal scorers with his 18th and 19th goals of the season.
The Montreal Canadiens have signed free agent forward Erik Cole from the Carolina Hurricanes and backup goalie Peter Budaj from the Colorado Avalanche.
Colorado Avalanche top goalie Craig Anderson is out indefinitely after injuring his knee Tuesday night during pregame warmups.
"We were on the power play and I wanted to play it right away to help and not have a faceoff in our own end," Budaj said. "I didn't have a look to see the player was coming. That's my mistake."
Wingels opened the scoring with a short-handed goal after Peter Budaj misplayed a shot from center ice and added another on a deflection to lead the way for the Sharks.