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Habs blanked by Bruins

MONTREAL—Carey Price didn't want to make excuses after an uninspiring performance by the Montreal Canadiens against a division rival.

The Boston Bruins blanked Montreal 4-0 last night on a 22-save effort by former Canadiens' goalie Jaroslav Halak.

With the win, Boston (18-12-4) leapfrogged the Canadiens (17-12-5) for the first wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference.

Habs fall to Devils

MONTREAL—Canadiens' coach Claude Julien says making cuts throughout training camp hasn't been as difficult as he expected.

Julien was left unimpressed by several of his young players after Montreal's 4-1 pre-season defeat at the hands of the New Jersey Devils last night.

Montreal has lost all three of its exhibition games so far.

Coaching change fails to help Als

MONTREAL—The Montreal Alouettes had a new head coach on the sidelines but the result on the field didn't change.

General manager Kavis Reed made his Alouettes' coaching debut yesterday as Montreal lost 29-11 to the Ottawa Redblacks for their fifth-straight defeat.

Reed took over as head coach Wednesday after firing Jacques Chapdelaine and defensive co-ordinator Noel Thorpe.

Redblacks vault into top spot

MONTREAL—The Ottawa Redblacks embarrassed a divisional opponent on the road last night, but quarterback Trevor Harris refuses to call it a statement game.

The Redblacks are in first place in the CFL's East Division after dumping the Montreal Alouettes 32-4 to extend their winning streak to three games.

Ottawa was 1-6-1 three weeks ago before winning three-straight.