Filed under: Stream Game Day Streams 2014-15 Game 36: Montreal Canadiens at Carolina Hurricanes Contributors: Eyes On The Prize Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: 2014-15 Game 36: Montreal Canadiens at Carolina Hurricanes Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Coming out of the holidays, the Habs are looking to put a big two points on the board at a time of year they rarely ever do. 11 Total Updates Since Dec 29, 2014, 4:00am EST Follow this stream December 30, 2014 Canadiens-Hurricanes: analyse, chances de marquer By Olivier Faut regarder le processus, pas juste le résultat... December 30, 2014 Carey Price or bust By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont Carey Price saves the day for Montreal. This is a recording. December 30, 2014 Lars Eller scores the 21,000th goal in Canadiens history By Andrew Berkshire December 29, 2014 Nothing finah than beating Carolina By Veronica Canete@chile_pepper Carolina kept it close, but the Canadiens played a good first game back after the break and extend their winning streak to three games. December 29, 2014 Vote on player ratings vs Hurricanes By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont Who deserves the #1 spot tonight? Is it Carey Price as usual? Or did Sekac's Nyquist-style goal earn him top honours? December 29, 2014 Jiri Sekac scores with a beautiful backhand shot By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont December 29, 2014 3rd Period Thread: Sekac the Taste! By Mark Black@Mark_Black Jiri Sekac goes it alone and opens the scoring for the Canadiens December 29, 2014 2nd Period Thread: All Riled Up By Mark Black@Mark_Black Carey Price pulls plug on the Riley Nash show in Raleigh December 29, 2014 Brandon Prust fights Brad Malone, gets eye-raked, or maybe nose-grabbed? By Andrew Berkshire December 29, 2014 Game Thread: Habs vs Canes By Mark Black@Mark_Black Jordan Staal returns to the Hurricanes to give them some punch upfront, Plekanec finds a new winger, and Beaulieu and Gonchar team up on the back end tonight in Raleigh. December 29, 2014 Previewing Habs and Hurricanes By Ian Murray@iancmy1 Easing back after their holiday break, can the Habs take two points from their conference's worst team?