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  1. After a tough OT loss that saw them blow multiple leads last night, the Rocket (3-1-1) play the middle match of their 3-in-3 trip as they travel to Bridgeport to take on the Sound Tigers (1-3-0). Peter Holland and Markus Eisenschmid were injured yesterday and won't suit up today. (Lines based on last game and some guesses as I imagine Reway will sit as well.) Terry - McCarron - Scherbak Carr - Froese -Waked Deslauriers - Audette - Baun Broll - Petti - Veilleux Taormina - Jerabek Gelinas - Lernout Parisi - Bourque Fucale Lines are based on +/- combos from their last game plus some guesses. Fritz - Dal Colle - Bernier Johnston - Holmstrom - Jones St. Denis - Eansor - Bailey Bourque - Schempp - Gaudreau Helgeson - Aho Lafranchise - Vande Sompel Toews - Burroughs Gibson Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. There's no English feed for Laval but here is the Bridgeport one (I think).
  2. After a two-week homestand, the Rocket (3-1-0) hit the road for the first time this season as they travel to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to take on the Penguins (2-2-0). (Lines based on last game.) Terry - McCarron - Scherbak Carr - Froese -Waked Deslauriers - Audette - Eisenschmid Gregoire - Petti - Baun Taormina - Jerabek Gelinas - Lernout Bourque - Leblanc Lindgren Lines are based on +/- combos from their last game plus some guesses. Tiffels - Dea - Kostopoulos Wilson - Quinney - Sprong Johnson - Simon - Thomas Sestito - DiPauli - Blueger Corrado - Bengtsson Pedan - Prow Tinordi - Czuczman Jarry Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. There's no English feed for Laval but here is the WBS one.
  3. Montreal Canadiens (1-3-1) Projected Lineup Max Pacioretty - Jonathan Drouin - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Charles Hudon - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Alex Galchenyuk - Torrey Mitchell - Ales Hemsky Victor Mete - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Joe Morrow - Brandon Davidson Carey Price Al Montoya Injuries: David Schlemko Scratches: Jordie Benn, Jacob de la Rose San Jose Sharks (1-3-0) Projected Lineup Kevin Labanc - Joe Thornton - Joe Pavelski Tomas Hertl - Logan Couture - Melker Karlsson Timo Meier - Chris Tierney - Mikkel Boedker Barclay Goodrow - Ryan Carpenter - Joel Ward Marc-Edouard Vlasic - Justin Braun Joakim Ryan - Brent Burns Brendon Dillon - Tim Heed Martin Jones Aaron Dell Injuries: Paul Martin Scratches: Dylan DeMelo, Joonas Donskoi, Jannik Hansen Leaders Montreal San Jose Game Notes Goals 7 tied with (1) Labanc (3) Puck Drop: 10:30 PM EST Assists Alzner/Drouin (2) 3 tied with (2) National TV: NBCSN Points Drouin (3) Labanc (4) Regional TV: TSN2, RDS PIMS Hemsky (8) Labanc (6) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- 7 tied at (-1) Donskoi (+2) French Radio: FM 98.5
  4. (poached from Stubbs tweet) 737th match-up between these two franchises. Schlemko is hopefully replacing Benn in this one...but I assume it will be Davidson who gets scratched.
  5. After winning their first two games in a back-to-back last week, Laval(2-0-0) will look to do the same again this week as they host Binghamton (1-0-0), now the affiliate of New Jersey. Daniel Carr is back with the team and is expected to play. Lines are based on +/- combos from their last game plus some guesses. Kennedy - Quenneville - Speers Kearns - Blandisi - Lappin Pietila - Rooney - Bastian Thomspon - Cangelosi - Baddock Loov - Erixon Jacobs - Strait Kapla - Dyblenko Blackwood Terry - McCarron - Scherbak Carr - Holland - Froese Baun - Audette - Waked Broll - Eisenschmid - Gregoire Schlemko - Lernout Taormina - Leblanc Jerabek - Parisi Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on Friday and 3 PM EST on Saturday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French (both games) while TSN 690 has the Friday game. Saturday's game can also be seen on RDS2.
  6. Fresh off a not-so-great road trip, the Habs head home for their home opener and host the Blackhawks. Brandon Saad - Jonathan Toews - Richard Panik Ryan Hartman - Artem Anisimov - Patrick Kane Patrick Sharp - Tanner Kero - Alex DeBrincat Lance Bouma - Tommy Wingels - John Hayden Duncan Keith - Brent Seabrook Michal Kempny - Connor Murphy Gustav Forsling - Jan Ruuta Corey Crawford Scratches: Cody Franson, Jordan Oesterle Injuries: Marian Hossa, Michal Rozsival, Nick Schmaltz, Jordin Tootoo Max Pacioretty - Jonathan Drouin - Brendan Gallagher Alex Galchenyuk - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Torrey Mitchell - Jacob de la Rose Victor Mete - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Jordie Benn - Brandon Davidson Carey Price Scratches: Jacob de la Rose, Joe Morrow, Mark Streit Injuries: David Schlemko Puck drop is at 7:30 officially but with the player intros, that will be delayed (and if it's like last year, it will be a lengthy delay). TSN2, RDS, and NBC Sports Chicago have the game regionally while NBCSN has the game nationally in the US. English Radio: TSN 690 French Radio: FM 98.5
  7. 1-0-0 Record Scratches: Davidson, Mitchell, Morrow Injuries: Schlemko Projected Lineup Max Pacioretty - Jonathan Drouin - Brendan Gallagher Alex Galchenyuk - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Jacob de la Rose - Ales Hemsky Victor Mete - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Jordie Benn - Mark Streit Carey Price Al Montoya 1-0-0 Record Scratches: Djoos, Graovac, Wilson (susp.) Injuries: None Projected Lineup Alexander Ovechkin - Evgeny Kuznetsov - Jakub Vrana Andre Burakovsky - Nicklas Backstrom - T.J. Oshie Brett Connolly - Lars Eller - Alex Chiasson Nathan Walker - Jay Beagle - Devante Smith-Pelly Dmitry Orlov - Matt Niskanen Brooks Orpik - John Carlson Aaron Ness - Taylor Chorney Braden Holtby Phillip Grubauer Team Leaders Montreal Washington Game Notes Goals Danault/Pacioretty (1) Ovechkin (3) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists 4 tied with (1) Kuznetsov (3) National TV: City, TVA Sports Points 6 tied with (1) 3 tied with (3) Regional TV: NBCSWA PIMS Hemsky (4) Ness (4) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Pacioretty (+2) 3 tied with (+3) French Radio: FM 98.5
  8. 0-0-0 Record Scratches: Davidson, Mitchell, Morrow Injuries: Schlemko Projected Lineup Max Pacioretty - Jonathan Drouin - Brendan Gallagher Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Artturi Lehkonen Alex Galchenyuk - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Paul Byron - Jacob de la Rose - Ales Hemsky Victor Mete - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Jordie Benn- Mark Streit Carey Price Al Montoya 0-0-0 Record Scratches: Gorges, Moulson Injuries: Bogosian, Falk, Rodrigues Projected Lineup Evander Kane - Jack Eichel - Jason Pominville Benoit Pouliot - Ryan O'Reilly - Kyle Okposo Zemgus Girgensons - Sam Reinhart - Seth Griffith Johan Larsson - Jacob Josefson - Jordan Nolan Nathan Beaulieu - Rasmus Ristolainen Jake McCabe - Viktor Antipin Marco Scandella - Matt Tennyson Robin Lehner Chad Johnson Team Leaders Montreal Buffalo Game Notes Goals Pacioretty (35) Kane (28) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists Drouin/Pacioretty (32) Ristolainen (39) National TV: N/A Points Pacioretty (67) Eichel (57) Regional TV: TSN2, RDS, MSG-B PIMS Shaw (110) Kane (113) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Alzner (+23) Beaulieu (+8) French Radio: FM 98.5
  9. The Rocket play their first-ever regular season game on Friday night as they host Belleville, the team they split a pair of preseason games with over the weekend. Daniel Carr has taken a leave of absence for a personal matter and won't be with the team this weekend. (Lines are guesses based on the depth chart.) Paul - Reinhart - DiDomenico Perron - Sexton - Gagne McCormick - Chlapik - Blunden Flanagan - O'Brien - Randell Chabot - Harpur Englund - Jaros Lajoie - Sieloff Hammond Terry - McCarron - Scherbak Holland - Froese - Reway Deslauriers - Audette - Waked Gregoire - Eisenschmid - Baun Taormina - Lernout Gelinas - Leblanc Parisi - Bourque Lindgren Jerabek (veteran limit) is expected to be scratched. Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST for both. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French (both games) while TSN 690 has the Friday game. Friday's game can also be seen on RDS2.
  10. Laval's preseason schedule gets underway today (and ends tomorrow) as they host Belleville - affiliate of Ottawa - for a pair of games. (No idea at this point, hopefully, we'll get a better idea closer to game time...) Reway - Audette - Waked Dufour - Eisenschmid - McEwan Broll - Petti - Veilleux Goulet - Ebbing - Boucher Parisi - Lernout Bourque - Corrin LeBlanc - Posa McNiven Spano Puck drop is at 3 PM EST for both games. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. There may or may not be an English feed from Belleville but it's preseason and I don't feel like going and looking it up.
  11. After finally putting a game in the win column last night, the Habs will look to end the exhibition schedule on a winning streak as they host the Senators. Ottawa Lineup Smith - Brown - Stone Formenton - Turris - Dzingel Hoffman - Pageau - Pyatt McCormick - Thompson - Burrows Phaneuf - Chabot Oduya - Claesson Harpur - Wideman Anderson Condon Montreal Lineup Pacioretty - Drouin - Gallagher Hudon - Plekanec - Lehkonen Galchenyuk - Danault - Shaw Byron - de la Rose - Hemsky Mete - Weber Alzner - Petry Streit - Benn Price Lindgren Puck drop is at 7 PM on RDS and TSN5.
  12. Seventh time's a charm? That's what the Habs are hoping will be the case as they look for their first victory in their penultimate preseason games as they host the Panthers. Florida Lineup Montreal Lineup Hudon - Plekanec - Lehkonen Byron - Danault - Shaw Galchenyuk - Holland - Scherbak Martinsen - Froese - McCarron Alzner - Petry Mete - Benn Jerabek - Davidson Lindgren Fucale Puck drop is at 7 PM on RDS and TSN2.
  13. Shaw and Drouin back in today Morrow, Gelinas & Davidson are also all playing, uggg. And Mete gets another game.
  14. 9/25, Habs vs Leafs

    Pacioretty - Mitchell - Gallagher Hudon - Plekanec - Lehkonen Galchenyuk - Danault - Hemsky Byron - De la Rose - Froese Mete - Weber Alzner - Petry Davidson - Benn Montoya Hildebrand Hyman - Matthews - Nylander van Riemsdyk - Bozak - Marner Marleau - Kadri - Komarov Martin - Aaltonen - Brown Gardiner - Zaitsev Rielly - Hainsey Rosen - Carrick Andersen Kaskisuo And if you're wondering why so many NHL players are in for both sides: Puck drop is at 7:30 on RDS, TSN2 (MTL region), and TSN 4 (ONT region).
  15. The wait is finally over...well, sort of over as real games don't start for a couple more weeks but the Habs kick off their preseason with a 'road' game in Quebec City against the Bruins on Monday night. Beleskey - Spooner - Bjork Gabrielle - Nash - Acciari Schaller - Cave - Senyshyn Agostino - Studnicka - Porter Breen - Cross Grzelcyk - Postma Lauzon - Miller McIntyre Subban Galchenyuk - Danault - Gallagher Byron - Mitchell - Shaw de la Rose - McCarron - Gregoire Froese - Audette - Waked Morrow - Petry Alzner - Juulsen Gelinas - Lernout Reserve skater: Taormina Montoya Fucale Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST on RDS. Regional restrictions apply. English Radio: TSN 690 French Radio: FM 98.5
  16. Montreal Lines: Hudon - Plekanec - Lehkonen Terry - Holland - Froese Carr - Audette - McCarron Broll - de la Rose - Gregoire Alzner - Benn Davidson - Morrow Taormina - Lernout Montoya Fucale Ottawa Lines: Stone - Brown - Ryan Hoffman - Chlapik - Smith Formenton - VandeVelde - Blunden McCormick - Reinhart - Randell Oduya - Ceci Borowiecki - Chabot Lajoie - Wideman Anderson Hammond Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST on RDS2 and TSN5. TSN is certainly enforcing the regional restrictions while RDS hasn't just yet. English Radio: TSN 690 French Radio: FM 98.5
  17. Sept 21, DEVILS vs HABS, 7PM

    I'm at work so I'm stealing parts of Brian's template and the lines from HFboards After dropping the first 2 preseason games, Montreal will look to get in the win column on Thursday as they host the Devils. Devils Projected Lineup #9 Taylor Hall - #90 Marcus Johansson - #21 Kyle Palmieri #23 Stefan Noesen - #13 Nico Hischier - #63 Jesper Bratt #64 Joseph Blandisi - #40 Blake Coleman - #47 John Quenneville #51 Brandon Gignac - #58 Kevin Rooney - #42 Nathan Bastian #5 Dalton Prout - #25 Mirco Mueller #7 Brian Strait - #16 Steven Santini #8 Will Butcher - #32 Michael Kapla/#53 Jacob McDonald #55 Ken Appelby/#1 Keith Kinkaid Canadiens Projected Lineup #27 Alex Galchenyuk - #24 Phillip Danault - #11 Brendan Gallagher #41 Paul Byron - #48 Daniel Audette - #38 Nikita Scherbak #37 Andreas Martinsen - #25 Jacob De La Rose - #34 Michael McCarron #43 Daniel Carr - #17 Torrey Mitchell - #97 Antoine Waked #28 Jakub Jerabek - #26 Jeff Petry #45 Joe Morrow - #36 Brett Lernout #52 Eric Gelinas - #20 Zach Redmond #31 Carey Price/#30 Zach Fucale Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST on RDS and some other English medias (probably). English Radio: TSN 690 French Radio: FM 98.5
  18. After dropping the preseason opener, Montreal will look to get in the win column on Wednesday as they host the Capitals. Ovechkin - Kuznetsov - Vrana W. Simpson - Stephenson - Smith-Pelly Connolly - Pilon - Wilson Sill - Albert - Peluso Orpik - Hobbs Jokipakka - Bowey Siegenthaler - Williams Alternate Skater: O'Brien Grubauer Copley Pacioretty - Drouin - Hemsky Hudon - Plekanec - Lehkonen Martinsen - Froese - Scherbak Carr - Holland - Eisenschmid Mete - Weber Benn - Davidson Jerabek - Streit Price Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST on RDS, CSN-DC, and the NHL Network. Regional restrictions apply on RDS...probably (Monday's game was open surprisingly). English Radio: TSN 690 French Radio: FM 98.5
  19. The 2017 NHL Draft is here which might provide some short-term relief from the Alex Galchenyuk trade talk. (Who am I kidding, that's not likely going to happen, is it?) The Habs head into the draft with six picks in total although five of those are inside the top 90. Assuming they don't make any moves, they should be able to at least replenish a bit of the depth towards the top end of their prospect pool. Montreal's Picks: 25th Overall 56th Overall 58th Overall 68th Overall 87th Overall 149th Overall Don't forget to make your pick for who the Habs will take by entering our Draft Pool. (We haven't had many takers in this one yet, it'd be nice to have a few more people in there...)
  20. After splitting the opening two games in St. John's, the series shifts to Syracuse for the rest of the way. The IceCaps blew a late two goal lead on Saturday night and will be looking to get some revenge (while hoping Charlie Lindgren can keep standing on his head) in Game 3. Michael McCarron is expected to be available. As for Daniel Carr, he's skating with the team but Sylvain Lefebvre is now calling him doubtful for the rest of the series. Hudon - McCarron - Terry Matteau - de la Rose - Friberg Scherbak - Audette - Farnham Veilleux - Petti - Camara Hanley - Redmond Brouillette - Lernout Lowe - Didier Lindgren Gourde - Dumont - Conacher Erne - Bournival - Vermin McGinn - Peca - Condra Froese - Lynch Masin - Dotchin Koekkoek - Taormina Brodeur - Thomas Blujus McKenna Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST, AM 930 has the call.
  21. The IceCaps kick off the postseason on Friday as they host the Crunch for the first of back-to-back games. Although Syracuse won the division, they opted to start with two on the road and then have the final three games of the series on home ice. Daniel Carr (concussion) has been taking part in practice this week and may be cleared to play for this one. Erne - Gourde - Conacher Bournival - Dumont - Vermin McGinn - Peca - Condra Howden - Froese - Lynch Masin - Dotchin Thomas - Taormina Brodeur - Koekkoek Gudlevskis (Lines are guesses with Carr possibly being available while the defence pairings are probably just wishful thinking...) Hudon - Terry - Scherbak Matteau - de la Rose - Friberg Carr - Audette - Farnham Veilleux - Petti - Camara Hanley - Redmond Lowe - Juulsen Mete - Lernout Lindgren Puck drop is at 6:00 PM EST, AM 930 has the call.
  22. 2-1-1 Record Scratches: Clendening, Glass, Hellberg, Kampfer, Klein, Pirri, Puempel Projected Lineup Rick Nash - Derek Stepan - Jimmy Vesey J.T. Miller - Kevin Hayes - Mats Zuccarello Chris Kreider - Mika Zibanejad - Pavel Buchnevich Michael Grabner - Oscar Lindberg - Jesper Fast Dan Girardi - Ryan McDonagh Brandon Smith - Brady Skjei Marc Staal - Nick Holden Henrik Lundqvist Antti Raanta 2-2-0 Record Scr.: Flynn, Juulsen, Martinsen, McCarron, Nesterov Injuries: Emelin Projected Lineup Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Artturi Lehkonen - Alex Galchenyuk - Alexander Radulov Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Dwight King - Steve Ott - Torrey Mitchell Andrei Markov - Shea Weber Jordie Benn - Jeff Petry Nathan Beaulieu - Brandon Davidson Carey Price Al Montoya Team Leaders NY Rangers Montreal Game Notes Goals Grabner (2) Radulov (2) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists 9 tied with (1) Radulov (4) National TV: CBC, TVA Sports, USA Points Fast/Smith (3) Radulov (6) Regional TV: N/A PIMS Zuccarello (12) Markov (10) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Fast/Smith (+3) Weber (+3) French Radio: FM 98.5
  23. TUESDAY, APRIL 18TH: HABS VS RANGERS GAME 4 ROUND 1 PLAYOFFS GAME DAY MONTREAL CANADIENS Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Alexander Radulov Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Artturi Lehkonen - Alex Galchenyuk - Andrew Shaw Dwight King - Steve Ott - Torrey Mitchell Andrei Markov - Shea Weber Jordie Benn - Jeff Petry Nathan Beaulieu - Brandon Davidson PRICE Montoya NEW YORK RANGERS Jimmy Vesey- Derek Stepan - Rick Nash Chris Kreider - Mika Zibanejad - Pavel Buchnevich J.T. Miller - Kevin Hayes - Mats Zuccarello Oscar Lindberg -Jesper Fast - Michael Grabner Ryan McDonagh -Dan Girardi Marc Staal - Nick Holden Brady Skjei - Brendan Smith LUNDQVIST Raanta SERIES RECAP Game 1: New York 2 (Empty Net Goal) – 0 Montreal Unlikely hero Tanner Glass scores the game winner with a backhand top corner Grabner seals the deal late with an empty net goal Game 2: Montreal 4 – 3 New York (Overtime) Habs go up 2-1 in the first period only to lose the lead later in the game Plekanec ties the game up with less than 25 seconds in regulation and Radulov seals the deal late in the first overtime The Habs’ 58 shots were the most the New York Rangers have ever allowed in a playoff game. Thank you Bell Center shot counter bias Game 3: Montreal 3 – 1 New York Montreal takes it to the Rangers early but Lundqvist plays stellar and looks like he might be intent on stealing the game Habs continue to control much of the play but the checking is extremely tight It felt like the Habs simply needed a power play in order to get a little more room on the ice Just as the doctor ordered, the Habs were given their first opportunity on the power play late in the second period and Lehkonen made no mistake scoring the first goal of the game from the slot off of a set play from Plekanec and Gallagher. Shea Weber would score another powerplay goal off a nice feed from Galchenyuk in the third to put the Habs up 2-0 and Radulov would later pot a candidate for goal of the playoffs with only one hand on the stick to close the curtains on the Rangers’ hopes. Brady Skjei would score a late goal for the Rangers to end Carey Price’s shutout hopes but it would be the final goal of the game with the end result being Montreal 3 – 1 New York SERIES STATISTICS SOG MONTREAL 31+58+29= 118 SHOTS ON GOAL (39.33 PER GAME) NEW YORK 31+38+21=90 SHOTS ON GOAL (30 PER GAME) SPECIAL TEAMS MONTREAL PP 0/3 + 0/4 + 2/3 = 2/10 NEW YORK PP 0/4 + 0/3 +0/3 = 0/10 MONTREAL PK 4/4 + 3/3 + 3/3 = 10/10 NEW YORK PK 3/3 + 4/4 + 1/3 = 8/10 PENALTY MINUTES MONTREAL 13+20+6 = 39 PIM NEW YORK 15+8+6 = 29 PIM HITS MONTREAL 53 + 55 + 31 = 139 HITS (46.33 PER GAME) NEW YORK 45 + 73 + 41 = 159 HITS (53 PER GAME) TEAM LEADERS MONTREAL Goals: Radulov (2) Assists: Radulov (3) Points: Radulov (5) Penalty Minutes: Markov (10) Shots: Pacioretty (17) Hits: Byron (16) Time of Ice: Weber (28:36) NEW YORK Goals: Grabner (2) Assists: Stepan (1), Fast (1), Smith (1), Vesey (1), Lindberg (1), Klein (1), Zibanejad (1), Holden (1) Points: Grabner (2) Penalty Minutes: Zucarello (12) Shots: Rick Nash (10) Hits: Skjei (17) Time of Ice: McDonagh (26:40) GOALIES Carey Price 2-1 89 shots 84 saves .944 1.53 Henrik Lundqvist 1-2 118 shots 111 saves .941 2.16 1 shutout KEYS TO THE WIN FOR NEW YORK Can New York finally find some life at home? Score first Stay Disciplined (1/3 on PK last game) KEYS TO THE WIN FOR MONTREAL Can the Habs continue their strong play? Continue to throw rubber at the net and outshoot New York (39 shots per game) Compete physically
  24. SUNDAY, APRIL 16TH: HABS VS RANGERS GAME 3 ROUND 1 PLAYOFFS MONTREAL CANADIENS Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Alexander Radulov Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Artturi Lehkonen - Alex Galchenyuk - Andrew Shaw Dwight King - Steve Ott - Torrey Mitchell Andrei Markov - Shea Weber Jordie Benn - Jeff Petry Nathan Beaulieu - Brandon Davidson PRICE Montoya NEW YORK RANGERS Chris Kreider - Derek Stepan - Mats Zuccarello Jimmy Vesey - Mika Zibanejad - Rick Nash J.T. Miller - Kevin Hayes - Michael Grabner Tanner Glass - Oscar Lindberg - Jesper Fast Ryan McDonagh -Dan Girardi Marc Staal - Nick Holden Brady Skjei - Brendan Smith LUNDQVIST Raanta SERIES RECAP Game 1: New York 2 (Empty Net Goal) – 0 Montreal Unlikely hero Tanner Glass scores the game winner with a backhand top corner Grabner seals the deal late with an empty net goal Game 2: Montreal 4 – 3 New York (Overtime) Habs go up 2-1 in the first period only to lose the lead later in the game Plekanec ties the game up with less than 25 seconds in regulation and Radulov seals the deal late in the first overtime The Habs’ 58 shots were the most the New York Rangers have ever allowed in a playoff game. Thank you Bell Center shot counter bias SERIES STATISTICS SOG MONTREAL 31+58= 89 SHOTS ON GOAL (44.5 PER GAME) NEW YORK 31+38=69 SHOTS ON GOAL (34.5 PER GAME) SPECIAL TEAMS MONTREAL PP 0/3 + 0/4 = 0/7 NEW YORK PP 0/4 + 0/3 = 0/7 MONTREAL PK 4/4 + 3/3 = 7/7 NEW YORK PK 3/3 + 4/4 = 7/7 PENALTY MINUTES MONTREAL 13+20 = 33 PIM NEW YORK 15+ 8 = 23 PIM HITS MONTREAL 53 + 55 = 108 HITS (54 PER GAME) NEW YORK 45 + 73 = 118 HITS (59 PER GAME) TEAM LEADERS MONTREAL Goals: Radulov (1), Petry (1), Plekanec (1), Byron (1) Assists: Radulov (2) Points: Radulov (3) Penalty Minutes: Markov (10) Shots: Pacioretty (12) Time of Ice: Markov (28:24) NEW YORK Goals: Grabner (2) Assists: Stepan (1), Fast (1), Smith (1), Vesey (1), Lindberg (1) Points: Grabner (2) Penalty Minutes: Zucarello (8) Shots: Rick Nash (9) Time of Ice: McDonagh (28:52) GOALIES Carey Price 1-1 68 shots 64 saves .941 1.77 Henrik Lundqvist 1-1 89 shots 85 saves .955 1.73 1 shutout KEYS TO THE WIN FOR NEW YORK Can New York use the home crowd to their advantage? Score first KEYS TO THE WIN FOR MONTREAL Can Carey Price steal a win on the road? Shut down New York’s second line
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