Gibson Makes 39 Saves As Ducks Hold Off Canadiens, 2-1Struggling just a few days ago, the Ducks (11-8-4) suddenly look like a different team.
Price Makes 24 Saves As Canadiens Beats Kings, 4-1Tyler Toffoli scored the lone goal for the Kings (7-7-0) while Peter Budaj made 19 saves.
Canadiens Slip Past Ducks, 4-3Jakob Silfverberg scored two goals, and Corey Perry reached the 30-goal mark for the Ducks.
Kopitar, Pearson Lead Kings Past Canadiens, 3-2The victory kept the Kings tied for the Pacific Division lead with the Anaheim Ducks, who come to Staples Center on Saturday.
McGinn Scores In Debut As Ducks Beat Canadiens, 3-2, In ShootoutCorey Perry scored the tying power-play goal with 9:09 to play for the Ducks, who have won 18 of 21 to streak into a first-place tie with the Los Angeles Kings atop the Pacific Division.
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Gaborik Scores Twice In Regulation, Adds Shootout Goal As Kings Defeat Habs, 4-3Marian Gaborik's second power-play goal tied it with 45 seconds left in regulation, and he scored again in the shootout as the Los Angeles Kings rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night.
Gibson's Ducks Shut Down Canadiens, 3-1, To Take Overall NHL LeadJohn Gibson made 37 saves, and the Anaheim Ducks moved back atop the overall NHL standings with a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night in a meeting of conference leaders.
Canadiens Deal Sekac To Anaheim For Smith-PellyDevante Smith-Pelly knows what he's getting into with the Montreal Canadiens.
Sekac, Price Lead Canadiens Past Kings, 6-2The Los Angeles Kings were all over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night. The defending Stanley Cup champions just didn't have much to show for it.
Ducks Send Bryan Allen To Canadiens For Rene BourqueThe Anaheim Ducks traded defenseman Bryan Allen to the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday for forward Rene Bourque in a swap of NHL veterans getting fresh starts.
Stanley Cup Schedule: If Kings Win West, They'll Have Home-Ice Against Rangers But Not CanadiensThe Los Angeles Kings are on the brink of heading to their second trip to the Stanley Cup in the last three seasons. The Kings are ahead of the Chicago Blackhawks three games to one in the Western Conference Finals with game five set to play Wednesday in Chicago.

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