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  1. Oh hey, a game tonight! Niemi is in, L. Shaw is in. Forward lines are a variation of trios, and some of them even include a centre! Defense pairings are mostly just sadness. Sorry dlbalr. This is the best I can do on mobile.
  2. The Habs beat the Caps? I thought my GDT career would be a 'One and Done'r. Ah well, a winning streak is highly unlikely, I think I got one more GDT in me. Habs forward lines are a collection of regret and denial. Habs defence pairings are what doctor's prescribe to stop erections that have lasted for more than 4 hours. Dlbalr, dude, stop expecting so much from me. This is all I can get out of my Motorola Krave.
  3. After a five-day layoff, the Rocket (16-18-7) are back at it with a home-and-home series against the Senators (17-21-3) over the next two days. Laval will get one forward back as Jeremy Gregoire is expected to play but top scorer Chris Terry has been ruled out of both games already. (Lines based on +/- data and some guesses with Ottawa recalling Filip Chlapik recently.) Paul - O'Brien - Rodewald DiDomenico - White - Gagne McCormick - Kelly - Blunden Perron - Flanagan - Randell Burgdoerfer - Murray Englund - Jaros Erkamps - Lajoie Taylor Audette - Cracknell - Scherbak Veilleux - McCarron - Gregoire Petti - Eisenschmid - Baun Boucher - Ebbing - Waked Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Leblanc - Lernout Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on Friday and 7:00 PM on Saturday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  4. We're inside an hour of game time so here's a quick GDT: Lee - Tavares - Quine Beauvillier - Barzal - Eberle Dal Colle - Nelson - Prince Chimera - Fritz - Clutterbuck Leddy - Mayfield Pelech - Aho Hickey - Pulock Greiss Galchenyuk - Drouin - Carr Pacioretty - Byron - Hudon Lehkonen - Plekanec - Gallagher Deslauriers - de la Rose - Froese Alzner - Petry Benn - Jerabek Mete - Schlemko Price
  5. Saturday, the Habs and I look to continue our win streak against our greatest rival, the Boston Bruins. The game marks Claude Julien's first game against his former team and for some reason, I truly believe that will have zero impact on Saturday's performance. Both teams are coming off of their bye week. Tuuka Rask, who has been playing well as of late tends to play out of character against the Habs quite often and so it will be interesting to see if this will be the case, or if he will continue his recent strong play against us as well. Danton Heinen and Charlie Mcavoy, among others, are having stellar seasons. On the Canadiens end, look for recently named all star Carey Price to continue his solid play. Look for Pacioretty, Plekanec, Gallagher and perhaps Galchenyuk to have relatively strong games as well, as they often do against the Bruins. Victor Mete will also make his return to the lineup. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MONTREAL CANADIENS Pacioretty - Danault - Lehkonen Byron - Plekanec - Gallagher Galchenyuk - Drouin - Hudon Deslauriers - De La Rose - Shaw Alzner - Petry Benn - Jerabek Mete - Schlemko Price Niemi ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ VS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ BOSTON BRUINS Marchand - Bergeron - Pastrnak DeBrusk - Krejci - Spooner Heinen - R. Nash - Backes Schaller - Kuraly - Acciari Chara - Mcavoy Krug - Carlo Grzelcyk - Miller Rask Khudobin ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  6. Fresh off a big victory last night, the Rocket (16-17-7) will look to make it two straight wins as they host the Penguins (22-10-3) this afternoon. Lines are based on +/- combos from their last game plus some guesses. Haggerty - Dea - Aston-Reese Johnson - Quinney - Thomas Wilson - McKegg - Smith Wydo - DiPauli - Blueger Pedan - Corrado Taylor - Czuszman Tinordi - Trotman Peters Audette - Cracknell - Scherbak Veilleux - McCarron - Baun Petti - Eisenschmid - Boucher Broll - Ebbing - Waked Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Leblanc - Lernout McNiven Puck drop is at 4:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  7. Fresh off another tough loss to the team they need to catch to get back into the playoffs, the Rocket (15-17-7) will look to get back into the win column tonight as they host Hartford (15-17-6). Unfortunately, they'll have to do so with Charlie Lindgren (flu) and top scorer Chris Terry (lower-body injury). (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses with Vinni Lettieri recalled.) Whitney - Holland - Catenacci Gropp - Chytil - Kosmachuk Schneider - Fogarty - Leedahl Tambellini - Fontaine - Chapie Graves - DeAngelo Gilmour - Sproul Pedrie - Crawley Mazanec Audette - Cracknell - Scherbak Veilleux - McCarron - Baun Petti - Eisenschmid - Boucher Broll - Ebbing - Waked Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Bourque - Lernout Fucale (confirmed starter) Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French while TSN 690 has the game in English. The game can also be seen on RDS.
  8. After losing their first game of 2018, the Rocket (14-15-7) will look to get back into the win column - and back into a playoff spot - as they travel to Utica to take on the Comets (13-13-7), the team that they happen to be behind for that postseason position. Terry - Cracknell - Scherbak Veilleux - McCarron - Baun Petti - Audette - Waked Boucher - Eisenschmid - Ebbing Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Leblanc - Lernout Lindgren (Lines based on last game's +/- listing.) Archibald - Cassels - Carcone Roy - Arseneau - Cherniwchan Dziurzynski - MacEwan - Cameranesi Moynihan Brisebois - Holm Wiercioch - Comrie Sautner - Chatfield Cederholm - Blujus Demko Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  9. VANCOUVER CANUCKS AT MONTREAL CANADIENS - SUNDAY, JANUARY 7TH - 19:00 EST A rare matchup between a west coast and east coast Canadian team on a Sunday. The Habs look to begin a win streak of their own whereas the Canucks attempt to win their 3rd game in 14 attempts. The most notable of game notes is that Carey Price is an apparent game time decision due to the flu. Most of my thoughts on the game and it's relevance to the overall season surround around whether or not he will suit up. Montreal Canadiens Pacioretty - Danault - Hudon Byron - Plekanec - Gallagher Galchenyuk - Drouin - Lehkonen Deslauriers - De La Rose - Shaw Alzner - Petry Benn - Jerabek Morrow - Schlemko Price Niemi Inj. Weber, Hemsky Vancouver Canucks D. Sedin - H. Sedin - Goldobin Vanek - Gagner - Boeser Granlund - Dowd - Eriksson Gaunce - Chaput - Virtanen Edler - Stecher Del Zotto - Tanev Pouliot - Gudbranson Markstrom Nilsson Inj. Horvat, Sutter, Baertschi, Dorsett (ret.)
  10. The Rocket (14-16-7) will look to salvage a single win this week as they travel to Binghamton to take on the basement-dwelling Devils (11-17-6). (Lines are guesses with McCarron questionable with an upper-body injury that was believed to potentially be a concussion from last night) Terry - Cracknell - Scherbak Veilleux - Audette - Baun Petti - Eisenschmid - Waked Boucher - Ebbing - Broll Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Leblanc - Lernout McNiven Lines are based on +/- combos from their last game plus some guesses. Kennedy - Quenneville - Latta Pietila - Kearns - Lappin Thomson - Rooney - Baddock Morris - Mandat - Wallin Strait - Jacobs Kapla - MacDonald Dyblenko - White Lack Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  11. Laval (14-14-7) kicks off the New Year with a home game against the division-leading Marlies (23-11-0). Brett Lernout is expected to play after the Habs sent him down earlier in the day. They will, however, be without Jeremy Gregoire who has been ruled out of the next three games at a minimum. (Lines based on +/- data from last game and some guesses) Moore - Greening - Aaltonen Johnsson - Mueller - Timashov Kapanen - Smith - Rychel Clune - Brooks - Marchment Dermott - Nielsen Rosen - LoVerge Valiev - Holl Pickard Terry - Cracknell - Scherbak Veilleux - McCarron - Baun Petti - Audette - Waked Boucher - Eisenschmid - Ebbing Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Leblanc - Lernout Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  12. We're inside an hour until game time and still no GDT so here's a quick one: Montreal Canadiens Galchenyuk - Drouin - Lehkonen Pacioretty - Danault - Shaw Byron - Plekanec - Gallagher Hudon - Froese - Carr Alzner - Petry Morrow - Benn Jerabek - Schlemko Price Florida Panthers Meow - Meow - Meow Meow - Meow - Meow Meow - Meow - Meow Meow - Meow - Meow Meow - Meow Meow - Meow Meow - Meow Meow Puck drop is at 7 on CBC, City, and TVA Sports.
  13. For the fourth time in five games (long live the screwy AHL scheduling), Laval (13-14-7) will take on division-leading Rochester (20-7-6). After this game, these two teams don't play each other until early March. Terry - McCarron - Scherbak Veilleux - Cracknell - Gregoire Petti - Audette - Waked Boucher - Eisenschmid - Baun Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Leblanc - Bourque Lindgren (Lines based on previous game +/- listing plus some guesses.) Porter - Gill - Griffith Ross - Blackwell - Fasching C. Smith - Criscuolo - Baptiste D. Smith - Malone - Cornel MacWilliam - Redmond Guhle - Nelson Percy - Tennyson Ullmark Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  14. After winning last night, the Rocket (12-14-7) continue their road trip with a stop in Belleville to take on the Senators (12-16-3). Terry - Cracknell - Scherbak Veilleux - McCarron - Gregoire Petti - Audette - Waked Boucher - Eisenschmid - Baun Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Bourque - Leblanc McNiven (Lines based on +/- data and some guesses.) DiDomenico - White - Gagne Blunden - Reinhart - McCormick Rodewald - O'Brien - Werek Perron - Randell - Ciampini Burgdoerfer - Murray Englund - Jaros Erkamps - Lajoie Hammond (he's still with Ottawa's farm team despite being part of the Matt Duchene trade) Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  15. The Habs will look to get back over .500 on their seven-game road trip as they travel to Carolina to take on the Hurricanes. (Line ordering is based on recent TOI; d-pairings are guesses) Max Pacioretty - Jonathan Drouin - Paul Byron Artturi Lehkonen - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Nicolas Deslauriers - Byron Froese - Daniel Carr Alex Galchenyuk - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Jordie Benn - Joe Morrow Jakub Jerabek - Brett Lernout Carey Price Scratches: Jacob de la Rose, Charles Hudon Injuries: Ales Hemsky, Al Montoya, David Schlemko, Shea Weber Sebastian Aho - Jordan Staal - Teuvo Teravainen Jeff Skinner - Victor Rask - Elias Lindholm Brock McGinn - Derek Ryan - Justin Williams Joakim Nordstrom - Marcus Kruger - Philip Di Giuseppe Jaccob Slavin - Brett Pesce Klas Dahlbeck - Justin Faulk Noah Hanifin - Trevor van Riemsdyk Cam Ward Scratches: Haydn Fleury, Josh Jooris Injuries: Lee Stempniak
  16. After picking up a win on Wednesday, the Rocket (11-13-6) will look to head into the Christmas break on a high note as they host Rochester (17-6-6) for a pair of games. (Lines based on previous game +/- listing plus a lot of guesses.) Griffith - Porter - Baptiste Moses - Blackwell - Fasching C. Smith - Gill - Criscuolo Ross - Malone - Cornell Percy - Redmond Guhle - Nelson MacWilliam - Tennyson Ullmark Terry - McCarron - Scherbak Boucher - Cracknell - Gregoire Petti - Audette - Waked Veilleux - Eisenschmid - Baun Taormina - Juulsen Parisi - Leblanc Gelinas - Bourque Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on Friday and 7:00 PM on Saturday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. Friday's game will also be on TSN 690 in English.
  17. NHL 100 CLASSIC 2017 The NHL celebrates its 100th year anniversary with this 100 Classic matchup between the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators. The Senators are coming off of a 3-2 victory against the New York Rangers, but have been struggling as of late with a 2-7-1 record in their last 10. The Montreal Canadiens look to kick off their seemingly never ending road trip with an outdoor victory at Landsdowne Park. From personal memory, the Habs have fared pretty well in outdoor games and I expect a positive outcome tomorrow. MONTREAL CANADIENS PACIORETTY - DANAULT - BYRON GALCHENYUK - DROUIN - SHAW HUDON - PLEKANEC - GALLAGHER DESLAURIERS - FROESE - CARR BENN - WEBER ALZNER - PETRY MORROW - SCHLEMKO PRICE NIEMI OTTAWA SENATORS RYAN - DUCHENE - STONE PYATT - BRASSARD - DZINGEL SMITH - PAGEAU - HOFFMAN BURROWS - THOMPSON - PAUL ODUYA - KARLSSON PHANEUF - CECI CLAESSON - CHABOT ANDERSON CONDON
  18. Fresh off two more losses, the Rocket (10-13-6) will try to rediscover what a win looks like as they host the Crunch (14-10-3). (Lines based on previous game +/- listing plus some guesses.) Bournival - Lynch - Erne Stephens - Joseph - Cirelli Verhaeghe - Peca - Volkov Gallant - Loney McBain - Bodie Masin - Thomas McNeill - Spencer Cernak Domingue Terry - McCarron - Scherbak Boucher - Cracknell - Gregoire Petti - Audette - Waked Veilleux - Eisenschmid - Baun Taormina - Lernout Leblanc - Juulsen Parisi - Gelinas Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. The game can also be seen on RDS.
  19. Laval (10-11-6) will look to get some positives going in what has been a miserable month as they travel to Charlotte for a pair of games against the Checkers (17-9-1). It's hoped that both Nikita Scherbak and Michael McCarron will be available for the Rocket. (Lines are guesses with McCarron/Scherbak's expected return) Terry - Cracknell - Scherbak Audette - McCarron - Gregoire Boucher - Petti - Baun Veilleux - Eisenschmid - Waked Taormina - Juulsen Leblanc - Lernout Parisi - Gelinas Lindgren (Lines are based on +/- data and some guesses) Miller - Wallmark - Zykov Saarela - Kuokkanen - Brown Bishop - Poturalski - Foegele Tolchinsky - Roy - Gauthier Samuelsson - McKeown Kichton - Chelios Carrick - Didier Smith Puck drop is at 6:00 PM EST on Saturday and 1:00 PM EST on Sunday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French for both games.
  20. NEW JERSEY DEVILS @ MONTREAL CANADIENS - DECEMBER 14TH, 2017 - CENTRE BELL The Montreal Canadiens have had 4-5 days rest and face the New Jersey Devils after the long layoff. On the New Jersey end, Taylor Hall is out with an injury and it should be interesting to see how newly acquired Sami Vatanen fits in with his new team. Brian Boyle is also a nice story for them as he continues to play through his battle with cancer. On Montreal's side, look for a strong outing from Carey Price and Jonathan Drouin. Victor Mete is away from the team on loan to team Canada for the World Juniors. MONTREAL CANADIENS PACIORETTY - DANAULT - BYRON GACHENYUK - DROUIN - SHAW HUDON - PLEKANEC - GALLAGHER DESLAURIERS - FROESE - CARR BENN - WEBER ALZNER - PETRY MORROW - SCHLEMKO PRICE NIEMI NEW JERSEY DEVILS BRATT - HISCHIER - STAFFORD COLEMAN - ZAJAC - GIBBONS WOOD - ZACHA - NOESEN HAYES - BOYLE - LAPPIN MOORE - VATANEN GREENE - SANTINI BUTCHER - SEVERSON SCHNEIDER KINKAID
  21. 11-15-2 Record Scratches: Caggiula, Gryba, Slepyshev Injuries: Larsson, Sekera, Talbot Projected Lineup Milan Lucic - Connor McDavid - Jesse Puljujarvi Patrick Maroon - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Mike Cammalleri Nathan Walker - Leon Draisaitl - Ryan Strome Jujhar Khaira - Mark Letestu - Zack Kassian Darnell Nurse - Kris Russell Oscar Klefbom - Matt Benning Yohann Auvitu - Brandon Davidson Laurent Brossoit Nick Ellis 13-13-4 Record Scratches: de la Rose, Mete, Morrow Injuries: Hemsky, Lehkonen, Montoya, Scherbak Projected Lineup Alex Galchenyuk - Jonathan Drouin - Andrew Shaw Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Paul Byron Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Daniel Carr - Byron Froese - Nicolas Deslauriers Jordie Benn - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Jakub Jerabek - David Schlemko Carey Price Antti Niemi Team Leaders Arizona Montreal Game Notes Goals McDavid/Nugent-Hopkins (11) Brendan Gallagher (13) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists Connor McDavid (22) Danault/Drouin (12) National TV: Sportsnet, TVA Sports Points Connor McDavid (33) Brendan Gallagher (19) Regional TV: N/A PIMS Milan Lucic (49) Andrew Shaw (34) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Darnell Nurse (+7) David Schlemko (+7) French Radio: FM 98.5
  22. If you haven't been paying attention lately, things haven't been going well in Laval the last few weeks. The Rocket (10-9-6) are struggling offensively and still lead the league in goals allowed. It won't get any easier the next couple of days as they play host to the league-leading Marlies (18-5-0) who are allowing less than two goals a game and have been off since Saturday. (Lines based on last game's +/- data and some guesses but they have so many players so there are still likely to be lots of changes) Johnsson - Aaltonen - Moore Timashov - Greening - Mueller Rychel - Smith - Bracco Clune - Brooks - Marchment Liljegren - Rosen Dermott - Nielsen Valiev - LoVerde Pickard Terry - Audette - Eisenschmid Gregoire - Cracknell - Baun Boucher - Petti - Waked Veilleux - Ebbing - Broll Taormina - Lernout Parisi - Juulsen Gelinas - Leblanc 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 will have the Friday game in English.
  23. For the second time in less than two weeks, Laval (9-7-2) will welcome Vancouver's AHL affiliate in Utica (6-9-1) but this time they will be in town for a couple of games. No word yet on whether Charlie Lindgren will start after being sent down earlier today. (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses.) Goldobin - Cassels - D'Aoust LaBate - Megna - Bancks Boucher - Chaput - MacEwen Carcone - Darcy - Molino Brisebois - Subban Chatfield - Wiercioch Cederholm - Faust Demko (The d-pairings are guesses with Schlemko in there.) Carr - Holland - Terry Veilleux - McCarron - Gregoire Audette - Petti - Baun Boucher - Ebbing - Waked Schlemko - Lernout Taormina - Parisi Gelinas - Leblanc McNiven 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. Saturday's game will be televised on RDS while Friday's game will be available in English on TSN690.
  24. http://intentionaloffside.com/?p=45231 5th place Blues (17-8-2) vs 20th place Habs (13-12-3) Blues are 4-5-1 in last ten, Habs are 5-3-2 Schenn, Schwartz & Tarasenko are key offensive weapons for St.Louis
  25. After finally snapping their losing streak, the Rocket (10-9-5) will look to get a win streak going (and get back into the playoffs at the same time) tonight as they host Binghamton (7-11-3), the cellar dwellers of the East. Michael McCarron isn't available (he's out for at least all of this week) as he recovers from emergency surgery after getting sliced by a skate behind the ear last week. Lines are based on +/- combos from their last game plus some guesses. Kennedy - Quenneville - Bastian Pietila - Kearns - Lappin Rooney - Speers - Kujawinski Gignac - Mandat - Thomson Loov - White Jacobs - Kapla MacDonald - Dyblenko Blackwood Terry - Audette - Eisenschmid Gregoire - Cracknell - Baun Boucher - Petti - Waked Veilleux - Ebbing - Broll Taormina - Lernout Parisi - Juulsen Gelinas - Leblanc Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French while the game will be on RDS as well.
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