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  1. Laval (3-2-0) is hoping to snap their streak of win one/lose one as they host the Thunderbirds (2-0-2) for a pair of games. Daniel Audette is expected to be a healthy scratch which will allow Hayden Verbeek to make his pro debut. Lines are based on last game's +/- listings plus some guesses. Lowry - Borgstrom - Hawryluk Zolnierczyk - Thompson - Hunt Ang - Byron - Greco Turgeon - Horton - Repo Bystrom - MacDonald McCoshen - Stillman Melchiori - Mangene Montembeault Agostino - Chaput - Belzile Shinkaruk - McCarron - Alain Jevpalovs - Evans - Froese Verbeek - Vejdemo - Grenier Kulak - Lamarche Olofsson - Lernout Sklenicka - Fleury Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on Friday and 3:00 PM EST on Saturday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French for both games while TSN 690 has Friday's game. RDS will also be televising Friday's game.
  2. 4-1-1 Record Scratches: Alzner*, Hudon, Scherbak Injuries: Plekanec, Schlemko, Weber Projected Lineup Tomas Tatar - Phillip Danault - Brendan Gallagher Jonathan Drouin - Max Domi - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Joel Armia Nicolas Deslauriers - Matthew Peca - Andrew Shaw Victor Mete* - Jeff Petry Mike Reilly - Noah Juulsen Xavier Ouellet - Jordie Benn Carey Price Antti Niemi 3-2-1 Record Scratches: Jaros, McCormick* Injuries: Ceci, Formenton, Gaborik, MacArthur, Pageau, Tkachuk Projected Lineup Mikkel Boedker - Matt Duchene - Bobby Ryan Ryan Dzingel - Chris Tierney - Mark Stone Magnus Paajarvi - Tom Pyatt - Zack Smith Nick Paul* - Colin White - Paul Carey Thomas Chabot - Dylan DeMelo Mark Borowiecki - Ben Harpur Maxime Lajoie - Chris Wideman Craig Anderson Mike Condon Team Leaders Montreal Ottawa Game Notes Goals Brendan Gallagher (4) Maxime Lajoie (4) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists Petry/Tatar (5) Chabot/Duchene/Tierney (6) Nat. TV: City, SN360, TVA Sports Points Tomas Tatar (8) Chabot/Tierney (8) Regional TV: N/A PIMS Andrew Shaw (10) Borowiecki/Tierney/White (6) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Noah Juulsen (+7) Dylan DeMelo (+8) French Radio: FM 98.5
  3. 1-2-2 Record Scratches: Bortuzzo, Jerabek, Sanford Injuries: Fabbri, Gunnarsson, Soshnikov, Sundqvist Projected Lineup Jordan Kyrou - Ryan O'Reilly - Vladimir Tarasenko Jaden Schwartz - Brayden Schenn - David Perron Alex Steen - Tyler Bozak - Patrick Maroon Ivan Barbashev - Robert Thomas - Samuel Blais Jay Bouwmeester - Alex Pietrangelo Joel Edmundson - Colton Parayko Vince Dunn - Jordan Schmaltz Jake Allen Chad Johnson 3-1-1 Record Scratches: Mete, Scherbak, Shaw Injuries: Deslauriers, Schlemko, Weber Projected Lineup Tomas Tatar - Phillip Danault - Brendan Gallagher Jonathan Drouin - Max Domi - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Joel Armia Matthew Peca - Tomas Plekanec - Charles Hudon Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Mike Reilly - Noah Juulsen Xavier Ouellet - Jordie Benn Carey Price Antti Niemi Team Leaders St. Louis Montreal Game Notes Goals David Perron (4) Byron/Gallagher/Tatar (3) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists Ryan O'Reilly (4) Jeff Petry (5) National TV: Sportsnet One Points Brayden Schenn (5) Tomas Tatar (7) Regional TV: RDS, FS-MW PIMS Joel Edmundson (8) Andrew Shaw (10) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Parayko/Schwartz (+1) Noah Juulsen (+6) French Radio: FM 98.5
  4. Laval (2-2-0) will look to get back in the win column as they take on Hartford (3-1-1) for the second and final time this season. Gustav Olofsson will make his Rocket debut, taking the place of Cale Fleury who's a healthy scratch. Lines are based on last game's +/- listings plus some guesses. Gropp - Holland - Butler Schneider - Andersson - Lindqvist Gettinger - Fogarty - Meskanen O'Donnell - Fontaine - St. Amant Hajek - Bigras Day - O'Gara Lindgren - Gilmour Mazanec Agostino - Chaput - Belzile Shinkaruk - McCarron - Alain Jevpalovs - Evans - Froese Audette - Vejdemo - Grenier Kulak - Lamarche Olofsson - Lernout Moravcik - Sklenicka Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  5. 2-1-0 Record Scratches: Jarry, Oleksiak, Ruhwedel Injuries: None Projected Lineup Jake Guentzel - Sidney Crosby - Bryan Rust Carl Hagelin - Evgeni Malkin - Phil Kessel Dominik Simon - Derick Brassard - Patric Hornqvist Matt Cullen - Riley Sheahan - Daniel Sprong Brian Dumoulin - Kris Letang Jack Johnson - Justin Schultz Olli Maatta - Juuso Riikola Casey DeSmith Matt Murray 1-1-1 Record Scratches: Alzner, Peca, Scherbak Injuries: de la Rose, Deslauriers, Price, Schlemko, Weber Projected Lineup Tomas Tatar - Phillip Danault - Brendan Gallagher Jonathan Drouin - Max Domi - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Joel Armia Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Andrew Shaw Victor Mete - Jeff Petry Mike Reilly - Noah Juulsen Xavier Ouellet - Jordie Benn Antti Niemi Charlie Lindgren Team Leaders Pittsburgh Montreal Game Notes Goals Guentzel/Kessel (3) Paul Byron (2) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists Evgeni Malkin (5) Max Domi (3) National TV: City, TVA Sports Points Evgeni Malkin (6) Paul Byron (4) Regional TV: ATTSN-PT PIMS Brassard/Hagelin/Simon (4) Andrew Shaw (10) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Crosby/Kessel/Hagelin (+1) Paul Byron (+3) French Radio: FM 98.5
  6. 0-3-2 Record Scratches: Rasmussen, Witkowski Injuries: Daley, DeKeyser, Ericsson, Franzen, Green, Zetterberg Projected Lineup Gustav Nyquist - Dylan Larkin - Anthony Mantha Tyler Bertuzzi - Andreas Athanasiou - Thomas Vanek Justin Abdelkader - Frans Nielsen - Martin Frk Christoffer Ehn - Luke Glendening - Darren Helm Dennis Cholowski - Filip Hronek Joe Hicketts - Libor Sulak Niklas Kronwall - Nicklas Jensen Jimmy Howard Jonathan Bernier 2-1-1 Record Scratches: Alzner, Scherbak Injuries: de la Rose, Deslauriers, Schlemko, Shaw, Weber Projected Lineup Tomas Tatar - Phillip Danault - Brendan Gallagher Jonathan Drouin - Max Domi - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Joel Armia Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Matthew Peca Victor Mete - Jeff Petry Mike Reilly - Noah Juulsen Xavier Ouellet - Jordie Benn Antti Niemi Carey Price Team Leaders Detroit Montreal Game Notes Goals Dylan Larkin (3) Byron/Gallagher/Tatar (2) Puck Drop: 7:30 PM EST Assists Gustav Nyquist (4) Jeff Petry (4) National TV: N/A Points Dylan Larkin (5) Byron/Petry/Tatar (4) Regional TV: RDS, TSN2, FS-D PIMS Filip Hronek (16) Andrew Shaw (10) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Christoffer Ehn (+2) Gallagher/Juulsen/Tatar (+3) French Radio: FM 98.5
  7. 1st of 4 home games in next 7 days. Kotkaniemi's 1st reg season game at home and his family sees its 1st game. Quick out injured. Gotta like Kings PP%...which is 0% after 3 games. I actually think Habs are favoured to win. (lines from Wed practice) Tatar - Danault - Gallagher Drouin - Kotkaniemi - Armia Byron - Domi - Lehkonen Hudon - Peca - Shaw De la Rose - Plekanec - Scherbak Mete - Petry Reilly - Juulsen Ouellet - Benn Alzner Price Niemi
  8. After splitting a pair on the road to start the season, Laval (1-1-0) heads home for a pair of games against Binghamton (2-0-0). Defenceman Gustav Olofsson appears to be doubtful to play this set as he works his way back from a shoulder issue. Lines are based on last game's +/- listings plus some guesses. Tangradi - Seney - Lappin Studenic - McLeod - Anderson Rooney - Speers - Bastian Pietila - Sharangovich - Gabriel Strait - Jacobs Yakovlev - White Ramage - Kapla Johnson Agostino - Chaput - Grenier Shinkaruk - McCarron - Froese Jevpalovs - Vejdemo - Belzile Audette - Evans - Alain Moravcik - Sklenicka Kulak - Fleury Lamarche - Lernout Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on Friday and 3:00 PM on Saturday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French while TSN 690 has Friday's game in English. Friday's game can also be seen on RDS.
  9. 0-0-0 record Forwards Defence/Goalie Jonathan Drouin - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Joel Armia Tomas Tatar - Phillip Danault - Brendan Gallagher Paul Byron - Max Domi - Artturi Lehkonen Charles Hudon - Matthew Peca - Andrew Shaw Victor Mete - Jeff Petry Mike Reilly - Noah Juulsen Xavier Ouellet - Jordie Benn Carey Price Scratches Karl Alzner, Tomas Plekanec, Nikita Scherbak Injuries Jacob de la Rose, Nicolas Deslauriers, David Schlemko, Shea Weber 0-0-0 record Forwards Defence/Goalie Patrick Marleau - Auston Matthews - Tyler Ennis Zach Hyman - John Tavares - Mitch Marner Josh Leivo - Nazem Kadri - Connor Brown Andreas Johnsson - Par Lindholm - Kasperi Kapanen Morgan Reilly - Ron Hainsey Jake Gardiner - Nikita Zaitsev Travis Dermott - Igor Ozhiganov Frederik Andersen Scratches Frederik Gauthier, Justin Holl, Martin Marincin, William Nylander (RFA) Injuries None Puck Drop National TV Regional TV Radio 7:00 PM EST Sportsnet RDS TSN 690 | FM 98.5
  10. Last game of road trip. Julien says no changes and same lineup as opener. Alzner scratched again, I like it but surprising him sitting 1st two games? Of course the big question...how will Kid K do vs old man Crosby? From NHL.com: PITTSBURGH - Here's a look at the forward lines and defense pairings featured by head coach Claude Julien at Saturday's morning skate at PPG Paints Arena. Tatar - Danault - Gallagher Drouin - Kotkaniemi - Armia Byron - Domi - Lehkonen Hudon - Peca - Shaw Plekanec Scherbak Mete - Petry Reilly - Juulsen Benn/Alzner - Ouellet Price Niemi Rematch set for next Sat in Montreal
  11. Fresh off a last-minute comeback win, Laval (1-0-0) looks to make it two straight wins to start the season as they travel to Hartford to take on the Wolf Pack (1-0-0). Agostino - Chaput - Grenier Shinkaruk - McCarron - Froese Jevpalovs - Vejdemo - Belzile Audette - Evans - Alain Moravcik - Sklenicka Kulak - Fleury Plant - Lernout McNiven Lines are based on last game's +/- listings plus some guesses. Schneider - Holland - Lindqvist Gropp - Andersson - Butler Gettinger - Fogarty - Meskanen O'Donnell - Fontaine - St. Amant Hajek - Bigras Day - O'Gara Lindgren - Gilmour Tokarski Puck drop is at 3:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. This game can also be viewed for free on AHL TV.
  12. A new season has arrived for Laval who will be hoping to get off to a strong start once again (as much as it seems like it was ages ago, they were the top team in the league early on last year) as they travel to Providence to take on the Bruins (0-1-0). Gustav Olofsson, acquired earlier in the week, is not with the team for this two-game road trip. Agostino - Chaput - Grenier Shinkaruk - McCarron - Froese Jevpalovs - Vejdemo - Belzile Audette - Evans - Alain Kulak - Lernout Moravcik - Sklenicka Plant - Lamarche Lindgren Lines are based on last game's +/- listings plus some guesses. Senyshyn - Forsbacka Karlsson - Kuhlman Hughes - Frederic - McNeill Cehlarik - Szwarz - Fitzgerald Blidh - Fyten - Pond Lauzon - Zboril Vaakanainen - Clifton Breen - Johansson McIntyre Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. This game can also be viewed for free on AHL TV.
  13. It's the final game of the preseason, also known as the final game that pro-tankers won't feel guilty about wanting the Habs to win this season. Tatar - Danault - Hudon Byron - Drouin - Armia Agostino - Peca - Scherbak de la Rose - Plekanec - Chaput Lehkonen appears to be the extra forward making the trip. Ouellet - Juulsen Benn - Petry Alzner - Despres Mete appears to be the extra d-man making the trip. Price Niemi Forward lines confirmed, D pairings are my guesses. Dzingel - Duchene - Ryan Tkachuk - Smith - Stone Formenton - Tierney - Boedker McCormick - Pyatt - Paajarvi Chabot - DeMelo Borowiecki - Wideman Harpur - Jaros Anderson McKenna Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST on TSN5 and RDS.
  14. The preseason gets underway for Laval on Friday...and comes to a conclusion on Saturday as they travel to Belleville for a pair of games. Both teams have a lot of players in training camp so there's a good chance the lineups will look a lot different in each one. I'll update this post once lineup info is available. Jevpalovs - Vejdemo - Belzile Addison - Bitten - Waked Audette - Evans - Alain Roy - Martineau - Adams-Moisan Moravcik - Melancon Sklenicka - Fleury Plant - Lamarche Culkin McNiven Marcoux Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST for both games. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  15. In a battle of teams that are actually dressing NHL-calibre lineups this time, the Habs will look to make it two in a row as they take on Toronto. Moore - Tavares - Marner Marleau - Matthews - Ennis Leivo - Kadri - Brown Johnsson - Lindholm - Kapanen Rielly - Hainsey Gardiner - Zaitsev Rosen - Ozhiganov Andersen Pickard Drouin - Kotkaniemi - Lehkonen Tatar - Danault - Gallagher Agostino - Plekanec - Byron Chaput - de La Rose - Scherbak Reilly - Petry Mete - Juulsen Benn - Schlemko Price Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on RDS, TSN2, and TSN4.
  16. The Habs will look to stay in the win column as they travel to Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs in a battle of fringe players. Chaput - Kotkaniemi - Armia Hudon - Peca - Lehkonen de la Rose - Suzuki - Scherbak Shinkaruk - Froese - Agostino Alzner - Despres Ouellet - Lernout Valiev - Moravcik Niemi (full game) Lindgren Johnsson - Lindholm - Kapanen Grundstrom - Brooks - Bracco Greening - Jooris - Engvall Timashov - Cracknell - T.Moore Borgman - Holl Marincin - Carrick Sandin - Subban McElhinney Sparks Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on RDS, TSN2, and TSN4.
  17. The Habs will look to make it two wins in a row as they play their middle game of the preseason against the Sens. Tkachuk - Brown - Stone Balcers - Tierney - Ryan Pyatt - Carey - Paajarvi Tambellini - White - Gagne Wolanin - Ceci Lajoie - Jaros Harpur - Bergman Anderson Hogberg Drouin - Kotkaniemi - Armia Tatar - Danault - Gallagher Byron - Plekanec - Scherbak Shinkaruk - McCarron - Ward Benn - Petry Mete - Juulsen Alzner - Reilly Price (full game) Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST on TSN5 and RDS.
  18. The Habs are off to Quebec for their annual home game on the road as they host the Capitals. Ovechkin - Kuznetsov - Wilson Burakovsky - Pilon - Connolly Malenstyn - Sgarbossa - Kammerer Jonsson-Fjallby - Megna - Walker Kempny - Lewington Orpik - Djoos Geisser - Hobbs Copley Vanecek Tatar - Danault - Gallagher Hudon - Kotkaniemi - Lehkonen Chaput - Peca - Ward de la Rose - Vejdemo - Alain (Bitten is the extra forward making the trip) Moravcik - Schlemko Ouellet - Despres Valiev - Sklenicka (Fleury is the extra d-man making the trip) Lindgren McNiven Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST on TSN2 and RDS.
  19. As per Jameson Olive's Twitter account, there were the morning skate lines Dadonov - Barkov - Bjugstad Huberdeau - Trocheck - Hoffman Borgstrom - McCann - Malgin Mamin - Lammikko - Hunt Yandle - Ekblad Matheson - Pysyk Kiselevich - Weegar Luongo Hutchinson As per Journal de Montréal Drouin-Domi-Armia Byron-Suzuki-Scherbak Agostino-Peca-Grenier Teasdale-McCarron-Bitten Benn-Petry Reilly-Lernout Ouellet-Brook Price NIemi Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on TSN2 and RDS. Regional restrictions apply.
  20. The preseason is here and the Habs will look to start on a winning note as they take on a New Jersey split squad. Johansson - Zacha - Palmieri Studenic - Zajac - Stafford Coleman - Seney - Anderson Baddock - Gignac - Speers Mueller - Severson Butcher - Lovejoy Strait - Jacobs Lack Blackwood Lines are based on the practice combos but these are the players that are expected to suit up. Tatar - Danault - Gallagher Deslauriers - Kotkaniemi - Lehkonen Shinkaruk - Plekanec - Hudon Chaput - de la Rose - Froese Mete - Juulsen Alzner - Schlemko Despres - Valiev Niemi Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on TSN2 and RDS. Regional restrictions apply.
  21. Rather than have the discussion of the picks get lumped in with the general pre-draft discussion, let's get a separate thread going to discuss Montreal's actual selections (of which there should be a lot more than usual). Here's where the Habs pick: 3rd Overall 35th Overall 38th Overall 56th Overall 62nd Overall 66th Overall 97th Overall 102nd Overall 122nd Overall 128th Overall Who do you think the Habs will take 3rd overall? Make your prediction by entering our annual Draft Pool which is open for a few more hours.
  22. UFA Day Thread

    As is our usual custom, here's the thread to discuss the many signings around the league from today. (And boy, have there been a ton of them already...) Any Montreal signings/trades will get their own thread. Biggest surprises so far - Perron only gets $4M from St. Louis while Stastny is Vegas-bound apparently.
  23. It's the final two games of the regular season as a good team (Toronto) takes on a terrible team (Laval). The Rocket will have a few players back in Michael McCarron, Brett Lernout, and Kerby Rychel so they might actually be able to once again ice a whole line full of AHL-quality talent. Puck drop is at 7:30 PM on Friday (on TSN 2 and RDS) and at 4 PM on Saturday (radio only).
  24. It's the final game of this forgetful season. Projected lineup: Leafs don't appear to be resting anyone before the playoffs.
  25. Hopefully Niemi isn't planning on putting on a final awesome performance for the season. Darn Wings playing a Jared Coreau who has a.879% in few NHL games he has played...no good, unless you are Galchneyuk looking for 20th goal. Canadiens Lines & Pairings 41-Paul Byron 92-Jonathan Drouin 11-Brendan Gallagher 27-Alex Galchenyuk 25-Jacob de la Rose 62-Artturi Lehkonen 54-Charles Hudon 49-Logan Shaw 45-Kerby Rychel 43-Daniel Carr 34-Mike McCarron 42-Byron Froese – 21-David Schlemko 26-Jeff Petry 22-Karl Alzner 58-Noah Juulsen 28-Mike Reilly 36-Brett Lernout – 37-Antti Niemi
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