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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  7. Lu said Weber is likely game time decision and Drouin is 'unlikely' but not ruled out yet. Jerabek and Morrow on ice after practice, a sign they will likely sit. Price's 3rd game in four nights. Ron Reusch notes: Since the 2012 lockout the Canadiens are 6-0-2 vs. Detroit at the Bell Centre. The Canadiens were 2-2 in the four overtime games. ….The last time Detroit won a game in regulation time at Montreal was 4-1 on Dec. 4, 2007. Dominek Hasek topped 17 of 18 shots. Since then the Canadiens are 7-0-3 vs. them. ….Overall the Canadiens are 4-1-1 in the last six meetings between the teams and since the lockout overall in 18 games the Canadiens are 12-4-2. ….Over his last ten starts against Detroit Carey Price is 9-1-0 with a 1.69GAA, 939save% and two shutouts. http://intentionaloffside.com/?p=45193 1st game of 5 game home stand...then 7 game road trip to finish December.
  8. Tonight features a matchup between the worst defensive team in the AHL (the 9-9-5 Rocket) and the top-scoring team in the East (the 13-7-2 Phantoms). Laval will be without Michael McCarron tonight after he was cut behind the ear last night which won't help their chances of snapping their seven-game losing skid. Terry - Audette - Cracknell Gregoire - Eisenschmid - Baun Veilleux - Petti - Waked Boucher - Ebbing - Broll Taormina - Lernout Parisi - Juulsen Gelinas - Leblanc McNiven (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses.) Martel - Vecchione - Aube-Kubel Carey - Varone - Conner Goulbourne - Knight - McDonald Lindblom - Vorobyev - Fazleev Brennan - Friedman de Haas - Morin O'Neill - Hora Tokarski Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  9. Laval (9-8-5) will try to remember what a win looks like tonight (they've lost six straight) as they travel to take on Syracuse (8-9-3), winners of four straight. Eric Gelinas is a healthy scratch which is worthy of a dancing banana in itself. Terry - Audette - Cracknell Veilleux - McCarron - Gregoire Boucher - Eisenschmid - Baun Petti - Ebbing - Waked Taormina - Lernout Parisi - Juulsen Bourque - Leblanc Lindgren (Lines based on previous game +/- listing plus some guesses.) Bournival - Lynch - Conacher Erne - Joseph - Cirelli Verhaeghe - Peca - Volkov Gallant - Stephens Masin - McBain Thomas - Cernak Walcott - Bodie McNeill Domingue Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  10. https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/mtl-vs-det/2017/11/30/2017020382#game=2017020382,game_state=preview 11-12-3 vs 10-10-5 and teams are tied for 25th place. No Price tonight, no Drouin and no Weber. Will Carr play and if so, will he have any impact, I like his grit. Too bad the Habs d lacks any grit and hope Niemi dosent get cross check to head treatment. Go Habs Go
  11. https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/ott-vs-mtl/2017/11/29/2017020378#game=2017020378,game_state=preview Match up of 26th vs 27th placed teams. Montreal 10-12-3; Sens 8-8-6 Stone, Hoffman and Karlsson are key offensive guys to key on. I doubt it will be a boring game and a nice lop-sided victory for Habs would be cherry on top to hand Sens their 5 loss in a row.. (Then on to Detroit for Thurs. game and normal debate of whether Price should or shouldn't play back-to-back games.) Lineup might not be changing, find out tomorrow.
  12. After only picking up one of four points vs Utica, the Rocket (9-8-4) will look to kick off this road trip on a winning note as they travel to Belleville to take on the Senators (9-10-2). Noah Juulsen is expected to make his season debut (but not his professional debut as he did get into the AHL playoffs last season). Carr - Holland - Terry Audette - McCarron - Gregoire Veilleux - Petti - Baun Boucher - Ebbing - Waked Taormina - Lernout Parisi - Juulsen Gelinas - Leblanc Lindgren Paul - White - McCormick Rodewald - Reinhart - Werek Ciampini - Chlapik - Randell Perron - Kelly - Gagne Burgdoerfer - Sieloff Englund - Jaros Murray - 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.
  13. 15-7-1 vs 9-12-3 5th ranked team vs 27th ranked Habs, should be a battle for Habs to win this one and will likely need #31 to play like he did last game. Pre-game trivia notes http://intentionaloffside.com/?p=45112 Havent seen lineups yet, but assume Schlemko will see his 1st action.
  14. https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/buf-vs-mtl/2017/11/25/2017020349#game=2017020349,game_state=preview Looks like a cellar battle between the 30th vs 27th placed teams. But, who knows...it may be entertaining. What version of Price will be between the pipes in 1st game back? Looks like Eichel & Kane are the key forwards to be shut down. But, dosent look like Weber will playing, so Price will be tested for sure.
  15. Max Pacioretty - Jonathan Drouin - Alex Galchenyuk Paul Byron - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Nicolas Deslauriers - Jacob de la Rose - Torrey Mitchell Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Jordie Benn - Joe Morrow Jakub Jerabek - Brendan Davidson Antti Niemi Filip Forsberg - Ryan Johansen - Viktor Arvidsson Kevin Fiala - Kyle Turris - Craig Smith Colton Sissons - Nick Bonino - Calle Jarnkrok Pontus Aberg - Frederick Gaudreau - Miikka Salomaki Roman Josi - Mattias Ekholm Alexei Emelin - P.K. Subban Anthony Bitetto - Matt Irwin Pekka Rinne Puck drop is at 8 PM on SN1 (national), RDS, and FS-TN.
  16. After a poor showing on Friday night at home, the Rocket (9-6-2) will look to get back on track on the road as they travel to Manitoba to take on the Moose (10-5-2) for a pair of games. Carr - Holland - Terry Boucher - Audette - Baun Veilleux - McCarron - Gregoire Broll - Petti - Waked Taormina - Jerabek Parisi - Lernout Gelinas - Leblanc McNiven (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses.) Lemieux - Roslovic - Petan Appleton - Sgarbossa - Robinson De Leo - Cormier - Lipon Harkins - Sutter - Spacek Schilling - Gotovets Kulevich - Melchiori Niku - Stoykewych Hutchinson Puck drop is at 3:00 PM EST on Sunday and 8:00 PM EST on Tuesday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  17. 2-15-3 Record Scratches: Cousins, Leighton, Mermis* Injuries: Bolland, Chychrun, Hjalmarsson Projected Lineup Max Domi - Derek Stepan - Clayton Keller Tobias Rieder - Christian Dvorak - Christian Fischer Brendan Perlini - Mario Kempe - Anthony Duclair Jordan Martinook - Brad Richardson - Zac Rinaldo Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Jason Demers Alex Goligoski - Luke Schenn Kevin Connauton - Joel Hanley* Antti Raanta Scott Wedgewood 8-9-2 Record Scratches: Davidson Injuries: Hemsky, Lehkonen, Mitchell, Montoya, Price, Scherbak, Schlemko Projected Lineup Alex Galchenyuk - Jonathan Drouin - Paul Byron Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Charles Hudon - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Nicolas Deslauriers - Jacob de la Rose - Byron Froese Jordie Benn - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Victor Mete - Joe Morrow Charlie Lindgren Antti Niemi Team Leaders Arizona Montreal Game Notes Goals Clayton Keller (11) Gallagher/Pacioretty (7) Puck Drop: 7:30 PM EST Assists Domi/Ekman-Larsson (9) Drouin/Weber (9) National TV: N/A Points Clayton Keller (17) 4 tied with (12) Regional TV: TSN2, RDS, FS-A PIMS Jason Demers (15) Andrew Shaw (22) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Dylan Strome (E) 3 tied with (+1) French Radio: FM 98.5
  18. After nearly blowing a three-goal lead with two minutes left to go on Wednesday, the Rocket (9-5-2) will look to play something resembling a somewhat competent defence tonight as they host the Phantoms (9-5-2). (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses.) Martel - Vecchione - Aube-Kubel Carey - Varone - Conner Lindblom - Knight - McDonald Fazleev - Vorobyev - Goulbourne Morin - Myers O'Neill - Friedman Brennan - Willcox Tokarski Carr - Holland - Terry Audette - McCarron - Baun Boucher - Petti - Gregoire Veilleux - Ebbing - Waked Taormina - Jerabek Parisi - Leblanc Gelinas - Lernout Fucale Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. TSN 690 will have the call in English while the game can be seen live on RDS.
  19. Following an overtime win to close out the weekend, Laval (8-5-2) is back at home as they host Utica (5-6-1) in a battle between the lowest scoring team in the conference versus the team that allows the most goals per game. (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses.) Goldobin - Megna - Bancks Molino - Cassels - Laplante MacEwen - Chaput - Rodin Labate - Darcy - D'Aoust Chatfield - Holm McEneny - Sifers Sautner - Brisebois Demko (Based on lines from last game) Carr - Holland - Terry Deslauriers - McCarron - Baun Boucher - Audette - Gregoire Veilleux - Petti - Waked Taormina - Jerabek Parisi - Leblanc Gelinas - Lernout McNiven Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  20. After blowing a three-goal lead to lose to the worst team in the AHL yesterday, Laval (7-5-2) will look to get back into the win column as they travel to Hartford to take on the Wolf Pack (6-7-1). Carr - Holland - Terry Audette - McCarron - Baun Deslauriers - Petti - Gregoire Broll - Boucher - Veilleux Taormina - Lernout Jerabek - Parisi Gelinas - Leblanc McNiven (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses.) Whitney - Catenacci - Lettieri Schneider - Fogarty - Kosmachuk Cracknell - DeSalvo - Selleck Gropp - Fontaine - Chapie Gilmour - Sproul DeAngelo - Crawley Graves - Pionk Nell Puck drop is at 5:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  21. After a week off, the Rocket (7-4-2) are back in action as they travel to Springfield to take on the Thunderbirds (2-11-1) who have the worst record in the AHL. Chris Terry is expected to play while Michael McCarron will also make his return to Laval's lineup after being sent down earlier this week. Terry - Holland - Baun Carr - McCarron - Audette Deslauriers - Petti - Gregoire Broll - Boucher - Veilleux Taormina - Lernout Jerabek - Parisi Gelinas - Leblanc McNiven Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus some guesses. Haapala - Balisy - Hawryluk Aagaard - Valk - Grenier Farnham - Malgin - Greco Horvat - Lammikko - Buckles MacKenzie - Erixon Brown - Wittchow Downing - Schemitsch Montembault Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. There's no Laval English feed and considering this will be happening at the same time as the Hab game, I don't think anyone's going to be listening to this anyway so I won't bother chasing down the Springfield feed.
  22. Two Ms enter but only one will win. Can the Habs get their revenge on the Wild after a poor showing last week or will Minnesota run the table on the season series? Jason Zucker - Eric Staal - Chris Stewart Nino Niederreiter - Mikko Koivu - Mikael Granlund Daniel Winnik - Joel Eriksson Ek - Tyler Ennis Marcus Foligno - Matt Cullen - Luke Kunin Ryan Suter - Jared Spurgeon Jonas Brodin - Mathew Dumba Kyle Quincey - Mike Reilly Devan Dubnyk Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Alex Galchenyuk - Torrey Mitchell - Artturi Lehkonen Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Charles Hudon - Jacob de la Rose - Byron Froese Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Joe Morrow - Jordie Benn Victor Mete - Brandon Davidson Charlie Lindgren
  23. It's a matchup that has been 100 years in the making. After the Golden Knights equalled Montreal's century-old record for the fastest team to reach nine wins in their inaugural season over the weekend (at least they beat Ottawa to do so), the Habs will be out for revenge. (That may sound like artificial hype but it sounds better than saying that Montreal is facing an expansion team that will either start a below-average minor league goalie or a guy picked in the seventh round less than five months ago that has been traded already...) Jonathan Marchessault - William Karlsson - Reilly Smith David Perron - Erik Haula - James Neal Oscar Lindberg - Cody Eakin - Alex Tuch William Carrier - Pierre-Edouard Bellemare - Tomas Nosek Nate Schmidt - Luca Sbisa Brayden McNabb - Deryk Engelland Colin Miller - Brad Hunt Maxime Lagace Artturi Lehkonen - Jonathan Drouin - Alex Galchenyuk Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Charles Hudon (GTD) - Michael McCarron - Torrey Mitchell Victor Mete - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Joe Morrow - Jordie Benn Charlie Lindgren
  24. The Habs are playing on a Sunday which can only mean one thing, it's time for another mind-numbing thrilling Rogers Hometown Hokey Hockey featuring musical artists no one has ever heard of, random former players to reminisce about the good old days, and two young hockey players to pick their favourite players as the three stars regardless of what actually happened in the game. All of this stupidity excitement comes in lieu of discussion about the actual game at hand as it will be ignored during the pregame and intermission. It's the new Canadian tradition...at least that's what Sportsnet keeps telling us it is. Artturi Lehkonen - Jonathan Drouin - Alex Galchenyuk Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Jacob de la Rose - Michael McCarron - Torrey Mitchell Victor Mete - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jordie Benn Joe Morrow - Jeff Petry Charlie Lindgren Alex DeBrincat - Jonathan Toews - Richard Panik Brandon Saad - Nick Schmaltz - Patrick Kane Patrick Sharp - Artem Anisimov - John Hayden Lance Bouma - Tommy Wingels - Ryan Hartman Duncan Keith - Cody Franson Jan Rutta - Brent Seabrook Michal Kempny - Connor Murphy Corey Crawford
  25. Artturi Lehkonen - Jonathan Drouin - Alex Galchenyuk Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Andrew Shaw Paul Byron - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Charles Hudon - Michael McCarron - Torrey Mitchell Victor Mete - Shea Weber Karl Alzner - Jordie Benn Joe Morrow - Jeff Petry Al Montoya Kyle Connor - Mark Scheifele - Blake Wheeler Nikolaj Ehlers - Bryan Little - Patrik Laine Brandon Tanev - Andrew Copp - Shawn Matthias Brendan Lemieux - Matt Hendricks - Joel Armia Tobias Enstrom - Dustin Byfuglien Josh Morrissey - Jacob Trouba Dmitry Kulikov - Tyler Myers Connor Hellebuyck
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