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Flames veteran Milan Lucic to receive silver stick for hitting 1000 game milestone

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CALGARY --
Prior to Monday night's game between the Calgary Flames and the Ottawa Senators, Milan Lucic will receive his his silver stick for playing 1,000 games in the NHL.
With no fans in the building, tonight's ceremony will be a lot different but Lucic says he's still looking forward to it.
"It's going to be a pretty special night that I get to share with my wife and kids being presented that silver stick," Lucic said.
The only negative is that thanks to the pandemic, there won't be any other Flames fans in the house to share the experience with.

McDavid scores winner as part of three-point night, Oilers beat Canadiens | iNFOnews


McDavid scores winner as part of three-point night, Oilers beat Canadiens
Edmonton Oilers' Connor McDavid (97) is stopped by Montreal Canadiens' goalie Jake Allen (34) during second-period NHL action in Edmonton, Monday, April 19, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson
April 19, 2021 - 8:47 PM
EDMONTON - Connor McDavid scored the winner late in the third period as the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4-1 in a physical affair Monday.
Jesse Puljujarvi, with a goal and an assist, Ethan Bear and Devin Shore also scored for Edmonton (27-15-2), while Mike Smith made 22 saves. McDavid also had two assists for a three-point night for the Oilers, who trailed 1-0 with less than 10 minutes to play in regulation.

Connor Brown scores twice for Senators in 4-2 win over Flames | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source


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Ottawa Senators' Connor Brown, right, scores on Calgary Flames goalie Jacob Markstrom during second-period NHL hockey action in Calgary, Alta., Monday, April 19, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
April 19, 2021 - 9:35 PM
CALGARY - The Ottawa Senators may dwell in the bottom of the NHL's North Division, but the club continued to be a headache for the Flames with a 4-2 win Monday over Calgary.
Connor Brown scored a short-handed goal and also into an empty net for Ottawa (16-26-4), which won a second straight on the road.
Josh Norris had a goal and an assist and Brady Tkachuk also scored for the Sens. Ottawa goaltender Matt Murray made 26 save for the win.

Connor Brown scores twice for Senators in 4-2 win over Flames

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CALGARY — The Ottawa Senators may dwell in the bottom of the NHL's North Division, but the club continued to be a headache for the Flames with a 4-2 win Monday over Calgary.Connor Brown scored a . . .

McDavid scores winner as part of three-point night, Oilers beat Canadiens

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The NHL's leading scorer buried the winner with under five minutes to go in regulation Monday on a jaw-dropping individual effort as Edmonton defeated Montreal 4-1.
After the Oilers tied the game 1-1 midway through the third period, McDavid collected a loose puck at his own blue line, burst through the neutral zone and split Canadiens defencemen Jeff Petry and Joel Edmundson before beating Jake Allen to add another incredible highlight-reel effort to his ever-expanding resume.
"I'm never really afraid to take on two defenders," McDavid said. "It can get me into trouble sometimes."
It didn't on this occasion for McDavid, who along with Leon Draisaitl had been limited to four combined assists against Montreal in 17 1/2 periods before setting up Ethan Bear's equalizer that opened the floodgates on a three-point night.

Price leaves Canadiens loss to Oilers with upper-body injury

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Connor Brown scores twice for Ottawa Senators in 4-2 win over Calgary Flames

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Josh Norris had a goal and an assist and Brady Tkachuk also scored for the Sens. Ottawa goaltender Matt Murray made 26 save for the win.
"We're not looking at the standings right now," Norris said. "It's just take it game by game."
Ottawa leads the season series with the Flames 6-2-0 with a game remaining.
"I think we just match up well against them," Norris said. "We have a lot of guys who can really fly up and down the ice.
"We've gotten really good goaltending against them this year. That obviously helps."
Elias Lindholm and Michael Stone countered for the Flames (19-23-3), whose window for a playoff berth is closing. Jacob Markstrom stopped 16-of-19 shots in the loss.

Canadiens Game Day: Oilers' Connor McDavid too much for Habs to handle

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There was some good news for the Canadiens Monday night.
While the Canadiens were losing 4-1 to the Oilers in Edmonton, the Flames were losing 4-2 to the Ottawa Senators in Calgary.
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That means the Canadiens, who are holding the fourth and final playoff spot in the North Division, remain six points ahead of the fifth-place Flames while also holding two games in hand. If you look a little further back in the standings, sixth-place Vancouver is 10 points behind the Canadiens with the Canucks holding five games in hand.

Connor Brown scores twice for Senators in 4-2 win over Flames - Medicine Hat NewsMedicine Hat News

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Connor Brown scores twice for Senators in 4-2 win over Flames
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Ottawa Senators' Connor Brown, right, scores on Calgary Flames goalie Jacob Markstrom during second-period NHL hockey action in Calgary, Alta., Monday, April 19, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
CALGARY – Connor Brown scored a short-handed goal and also into an empty net for the Ottawa Senators in a 4-2 win Monday over the host Calgary Flames.
Josh Norris had a goal and an assist and Brady Tkachuk also scored for Ottawa (16-26-4). Senators goaltender Matt Murray made 26 save for the win.
Elias Lindholm and Michael Stone countered for the Flames (19-23-3), whose window for a playoff berth is closing. Jacob Markstrom stopped 16-of-19 shots in the loss.

Canadiens @ Oilers recap: Montreal abandons Jake Allen in the third

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The Montreal Canadiens’ trip to the province of Alberta was arguably their biggest of the season. They had narrowly escaped the Calgary Flames last Friday night thanks to Jake Allen, before utterly collapsing upon themselves against the Ottawa Senators on Saturday afternoon. First up was the Edmonton Oilers, a team looking to make a push up the North Division standings.
The Habs stunned the Oilers in overtime in their last meeting, with Eric Staal providing his only notable contribution to the organization with the overtime goal in his debut. The Canadiens kept their lineup the same from the previous game, right down to Carey Price starting in net. Luckily for them Ryan Nugent-Hopkins remained out of the Oilers’ lineup, dealing a massive blow to a top-heavy Edmonton team. Mike Smith got the start for the Oilers as well, looking to build on his shutout win over the Winnipeg Jets.

Carey Price sidelined one week with concussion

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Montreal Canadiens head coach Dominique Ducharme told reporters on Tuesday that goaltender Carey Price will be out for a week with a concussion.
Price, who was absent on Tuesday as the Canadiens took to the ice for practice, suffered the injury after Edmonton Oilers forward Alex Chiasson skated into him in the first period of Montreal's 4-1 loss to Edmonton on Monday night.
Jake Allen and Cayden Primeau were on the only goaltenders skating on Tuesday.
#Habs Primeau is an emergency callup so Mtl still has one regular recall left. However, once Primeau’s $880K AAV is added to roster it will leave $1.18M of cap space, not enough room for Caufield’s $1.3M hit to currently fit him in as a recall. @TSN_Edge

Jack Todd: F1 race in Montreal is not worth the COVID-19 risk

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Ontario has become Brazil — without the fun.
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The Canadiens? They’re playing like they think the season is already in the dumpster.
And the 2021 Montreal Grand Prix needs to be tossed in the dumpster.
Taking it from the bottom of the dumpster up: There is no reason to allow 1,300 Formula One personnel to fly from Azerbaijan to Montreal to hold a race without spectators on June 13. Montreal health officials turned thumbs down on the race because of COVID-19, leading to premature reports that the race was cancelled.

Golden Knights grab top spot in TSN Power Rankings

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Golden Knights grab top spot in TSN Power Rankings
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Canucks captain Horvat ready to "prove people wrong" down the stretch

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For the first time all season, there’s no pressure on the Vancouver Canucks.
Battling back from the worst COVID-19 outbreak in North American professional sports, given that it involved the P.1 variant, not much is expected out of the Canucks going forward. Players aren’t in optimal game shape, not to mention the fact that they were already facing a steep hill to climb in the North Division.
It will take a lot to get back into the playoff race, though Sunday’s big win over the Toronto Maple Leafs was a good start.
Quinn Hughes compared the feeling to winning a playoff game. Head coach Travis Green conceded that it was a “special” win.

Canadiens get shut out by Senators at Bell Centre

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The good news for the Canadiens is Carey Price was healthy and back in goal Saturday afternoon at the Bell Centre against the Ottawa Senators after missing the previous six games with a lower-body injury.
The bad news started when Artem Zub scored on the Senators’ first shot on Price 3:03 into the first period.
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Things didn’t get better for the Canadiens after that and they ended up losing 4-0 to the Senators. Drake Batherson scored twice for Ottawa and Nikita Zaitsev added an empty-netter.

Canadiens Game Day: A rough return to action for Habs' Carey Price

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Carey Price’s return to the Canadiens’ lineup did not get off to a good start.
After missing six straight games with a lower-body injury, the goaltender was back in net at the Bell Centre for Saturday afternoon’s game against the Ottawa Senators.
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Artem Zub scored on Ottawa’s first shot on Price at 3:03 of the first period and the Senators went on to win 4-0, including an empty-net goal.

Canadiens Powerless; Senators cruise to 4-0 victory.

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Romano Di Franco
Apr 17, 2021 8:26 PM
Matt Murray made 23 saves for his first shutout of the season and the Ottawa Senators blanked the Montreal Canadiens 4-0 at the Bell Centre Saturday night.
Drake Batherson scored twice in the game and added a helper as well. The only other goal scorers for Ottawa were Nikita Zaitsev who registered an empty net goal and Artem Zub who recorded a goal on the first shot of the game. Also, Shane Pinto made his NHL debut and he assisted on the last goal of the game.
The result was the Senators’ first shutout since March 26, 2019 when the Ottawa Senators blanked the Buffalo Sabres 4-0 when Craig Anderson did the work in net.

Canadiens' need for Caufield even clearer after listless loss to Senators

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Canadiens' need for Caufield even clearer after listless loss to Senators
Matt Murray made 23 saves for the shutout as the Ottawa Senators beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-0.
| April 17, 2021, 9:21 PM
April 17, 2021, 9:21 PM
MONTREAL—This isn’t some kind of Sophie’s choice for Marc Bergevin. At least not now, after having watched his Montreal Canadiens lose 4-0 to the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
They couldn’t muster more than eight quality scoring chances—three of them came with the game out of reach—against a competitive but defensively porous team, and they were shut out for the second Saturday in a row. The Canadiens have scored just 14 goals in their last eight games, with four of them coming in a win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday, and they’re in desperate need of a spark only Bergevin can facilitate.

Canucks: 'You don't want to get this' — Travis Green on his battle with COVID-19

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The list of people relieved to see Travis Green on the ice on Saturday and later on Zoom probably can’t be counted.
It’s been a difficult few weeks for the Vancouver Canucks’ head coach. Like most of his players, he caught the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 earlier this month. Unlike most of his charges, he had a rough go.
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“You don’t want to get this, I want to say that personally. It wasn’t easy at times and it’s not a joke,” Green said Saturday.

Murray, Batherson Lead Senators Over Canadiens, 4-0

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A solid road performance earned the Senators their first shutout of the season.

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