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MONTREAL -- Defenseman Nathan Beaulieu believes Montreals victory over Vancouver on Wednesday night should act as a wake-up call.Though flat for long stretches and outshot 42-21, the Canadiens did enough to beat the Canucks 3-0 for their eighth straight victory.Its probably the worst game weve played this year, said Beaulieu, who scored the winner in the second period. We definitely got away with one. We just werent sharp. We were on our heels. We sat back and didnt dictate the game. Its a lesson tonight.Its the best kind of wake-up call to get, one where you get the win. Tough game for us. Back to the drawing board.The NHL-best Canadiens relied heavily on goalie Carey Price to keep the winning streak alive. Price made 42 saves for his first shutout and sixth consecutive win of the season. He has 37 career shutouts.Were not going to play perfectly every game, thats just a fact, Price said. We definitely cant let ourselves get content. Were going to come out next game and try to get off to a better start.Torrey Mitchell and Alexander Radulov, into an empty net, also scored for Montreal. At 9-0-1, the Canadiens are the only undefeated NHL team in regulation time this season. Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher each had two assists.Ryan Miller made 19 saves for the Canucks. They are winless in five games and 4-5-1 overall.The first half of the game we deserved a better fate, Canucks coach Willie Desjardins said. Maybe the guys were shooting a little too fine, knowing who was in net. They thought they had to be perfect on their shots. Hes a good goalie, we knew that coming in. We had a good effort today creating shots. I believe if we play like that every night, well win our share of games.Price kept Montreal in the game to start the second period, robbing winger Sven Baertschi from close range. The visitors led 24-3 in shots before the Canadiens struck midway through the second.Following sustained pressure by Vancouver, Beaulieu scored on a fast break for Montreal. The defenseman cashed in a rebound at 12:22 after Brendan Gallaghers shot from a tight angle bounced off Miller and landed in the crease. The goal was Beaulieus first of the season and it came on Montreals 11th shot.The Habs doubled their lead in the last minute of the second period on Mitchells team-high fifth goal of the year. Mitchell came storming down the wing on a 2 on 1 with Phillip Danault, who found his streaking teammate with a cross-crease pass. Miller, who was playing the shot, had no chance on the goal.Game notes The Canadiens are 7-0-1 in their last eight home games against Vancouver. ... Montreal has scored first in 8 of 10 games this season. .. The Canucks are on a six-game trip. ... 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The Mustangs (6-0), who beat Queens 50-31 last weekend, earned 17 first-place votes and 287 points in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada. Western was last ranked first in the country in October 2011. CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Malcolm Hill made sure Illinois didnt blow another double-digit lead on Tuesday night in an 88-74 win over North Carolina State in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.The senior scored 22 points to lead an Illini team that bounced back following a 0-3 Thanksgiving week.When Illinois showed signs of faltering like it had in the past, Hill and other role players like Tracy Abrams (17 points) helped secure the win.Really proud of the way the guys responded, Illinois coach John Groce said. We ratcheted it up to another level (in the second half).Illinois (5-3) shot 30 of 60 from the field for 50 percent to outlast N.C. State in what was a tightly contested game in which neither team had a double-digit lead until the Illini led 67-57 with about eight minutes left.The Wolfpack held a 33-32 edge at the half but Illinois came out firing, shooting 68 percent in the second half and creating large leads that the Wolfpack could not overcome.The Illini bench outscored the Wolfpacks 39-22 and was led by Leron Black, who scored 15 points and brought in eight rebounds.Black has only played the last three games before Tuesday (suspension) and noted the adaptation it takes to understand how each player performs.We just kind of come together each game. We get used to playing with each other, Black said. Were just getting better as a team and getting more chemistry.Torin Dorn scored 17 points to lead N.C. State (5-2), which shot 53 percent from the field.Despite the hot shooting, the Wolfpack committed 19 turnovers, which prevennted the offense to consistently produce and resulted in 17 Illinois points.ddddddddddddThe game was experienced versus inexperienced, N.C. State coach Mark Gottfried said. I thought we played like an inexperienced team.BIG PICTUREIllinois: The Illini got a much-needed win against a respectable ACC opponent after a disastrous Thanksgiving week. Illinois will need to win most if not all of the remaining nonconference games if it wants to prove its a NCAA Tournament team.North Carolina State: Time will tell whether this was a respectable loss. The Wolfpack will have a relatively easy path to the start of conference play.HIGHLIGHT REELMalcolm Hill showed his potential in the NBA with a drive down the lane in the second half that left all the North Carolina State players standing still. When asked about the move, Hill said strength coach Adam Fletcher will probably tell him he shouldve dunked it.HE SAID ITWhen we play like that, we can compete against any team. Tracy Abrams.LET DOWNSenior guard Jaylon Tate started the game but lost his role after a rough start. He was held scoreless and played nine minutes, including sitting out the entire second half.UP NEXTIllinois travels to Miami on Saturday where it will play VCU in the Hoophall Miami Invitational.North Carolina State returns home where it will host Boston University on Saturday.---More AP college basketball: http://collegebasketball.ap.org ' ' '

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