Coyotes take down Canadiens:

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basement residents Janis Moser scored the game-winner as the Arizona Coyotes kept the Montreal Canadiens in last location in the NHL with a 5-2 victory. 0:53

Leafs weather condition storm

Much of southern Ontario awakened Monday to a blanket of snow as part of a debilitating winter storm of rare percentages.

The Leafs discovered themselves in that boat-- and required some imagination to sign up best practice attendance.

" It took control of an hour to plow the driveway," stated captain John Tavares. "Lucky enough, I've got a truck.

" Not your normal morning."

Toronto defenceman T.J. Brodie needed a lift to make it on time, while forward Alexander Kerfoot was late thanks to a weather condition system that dumped as much as 50 centimetres of snow in some parts of the province.

" Bit of an adventure," Kerfoot said with a grin. "I've got a little automobile that doesn't handle the snow too well ... attempting to make it out didn't go too well.

" Had to Uber."

Early on, however, the Oilers delivered. The players are primarily stating the ideal things-- Oilers winger Brendan Perlini had a particularly positive current media accessibility-- however it's clear nerves are torn in the Alberta capital. Oilers basic supervisor Ken Holland has actually never ever fired a coach mid-season during his Hall of Fame profession, however the temperature and pressure to do something to shake things up continues to install in lockstep with every loss. The Oilers, however, insist the responses live in their locker space. Next up for the Oilers?