Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'GDT'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Habs & Hockey Talk
    • Habs & Hockey Talk
  • HW Lounge
    • The Lounge
    • Fantasy Sports
  • About the HabsWorld Community
    • About HabsWorld / Help / Suggestions / Introductions

Calendars

  • Community Calendar

Found 891 results

  1. Okay guys, we've all been a bit negative about the team around here so I'm gonna try to start this GDT as upbeat as possible. The time for a big playoff push is now! Even though the Habs need a lot of points to get there, And their two best players are now injured, plus Many of the fans have thrown in the towel. These are trying times, but if we All cheer loud and proud for the Habs it's Not impossible for a comeback that starts tonight! Keep the faith, and Go Dahlin Habs Go!
  2. Come on, guys, this shouldn't have to be a hassle to get someone to start a GDT. If it's this close to game time and there isn't one, start one. vs Puck drop is 25 minutes from now.
  3. In the spirit of this being a game in Vegas (and to maybe give us something to talk about before it starts), here are some over/under lines for tonight's game: 1.5 - Goals scored by Montreal 2.5 - Shots on goal for Max Pacioretty 27.5 - Saves by Antti Niemi Carey Price 13:00 - Ice time for Nikita Scherbak 47.5% - Montreal's faceoff percentage (since faceoff talk is all the rage at the moment...) Puck drop is at 7 with Vancouver's regional broadcast crew on play-by-play calling the game for some reason.
  4. It's a game that can be billed as Guaranteed Loss Nightâ„¢ for the home side as Laval (19-25-8) hosts the Marlies (37-12-1) who absolutely trounced them in their matchup last week. (Lines based on +/- data from last game and some guesses) Johnsson - Aaltonen - Timashov Moore - Gauthier - Greening Rychel - Smith - Mueller Marchment - Dupuy - Clune Liljegren - Borgman Nielsen - Rosen Valiev - LoVerde Pickard Audette - Cracknell - Boucher Broll - McCarron - Eisenschmid Leveille - Ebbing - Gregoire Waked - Blain - Baun Gelinas - Juulsen Parisi - Lernout Bourque - Leblanc McNiven Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  5. After a victory on Wednesday against Belleville, Laval (19-24-8) will look to make it two straight victories as they host Hershey (19-25-7), a team that isn't used to being at the bottom of the Atlantic Division standings. (Lines based on +/- data and some guesses.) Whitney - Boyd - Barber Walker - Graovac - Simpson O'Brien - Sill - Mitchell Bau - Langlois - Gazley Johansen - Williams Ness - Hobbs Lewington - Siegenthaler Copley Audette - Cracknell - Boucher Broll - McCarron - Eisenschmid Leveille - Ebbing - Gregoire Waked - Blain - Baun Gelinas - Juulsen Parisi - Lernout Bourque - Leblanc Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French while TSN 690 has the call in English.
  6. Pacioretty - Byron - Lehkonen Galchenyuk - Drouin - Scherbak Hudon - Plekanec - Gallagher Deslauriers - Froese - L. Shaw Alzner - Petry Schlemko - Morrow Mete - Benn Niemi Landeskog - Kerfoot - Wilson Jost - Compher - Rantanen Bourque - Soderberg - Nieto Yakupov - Toninato - Greer Zadorov - Johnson Lindholm - Barrie Girard - Nemeth Varlamov Puck drop is at 9:30, right after the Laval game.
  7. It's a 'battle' for fifth place in the North Division tonight as Laval (18-24-8) hosts Belleville (20-27-4). (Lines based on +/- data and some guesses.) Paul - Chlapik - Sexton Ciampini - Reinhart - Blunden McCormick - O'Brien - Gagne Dunn - Flanagan - Randell Burgdoerfer - Englund Harpur - Lajoie Erkamps - Sieloff Taylor Audette - Cracknell - Boucher Broll - McCarron - Eisenschmid Leveille - Ebbing - Gregoire Waked - Blain - Baun Gelinas - Leblanc Parisi - Lernout Bourque - Petgrave Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French. The game can also be seen on RDS before puck drop on the Habs-Avalanche.
  8. Predators @ Canadiens 7PM

    Doors will open 30 minutes early so DJ Charley Brown can do his best to keep the crowd from cheering for the visiting team, while 5,000 fans get Carey Price bobbleheads to sell on eBay. Some defenceman on Nashville is leading them in scoring while they battle Winnipeg for the top spot in the west. Marc Bergevin might be there hiding behind a plant. Related Reading: Nashville Predators players invade Montreal Children's Hospital with Atrium mysteriously named after one of their players Likely Lineups (will update if changed) Habs Pacioretty - Byron - Hudon Lehkonen - Plekanec - Gallagher Galchenyuk - Drouin - Scherbak Deslauriers - Froese - Shaw Alzner - Petry Morrow - Benn Mete - Schlemko Price Predators Forsberg - Johanssen - Arvidsson Fiala - Turris - Smith Hartnell - Bonino - Jarnkrok Salomaki - Sissons - Watson Josi - Ellis Ekholm - Some defenceman Emelin - Weber Rinne
  9. Laval (18-23-8) will look to end their road swing on a high note tonight in Syracuse as they take on the Crunch (26-17-5), the team they need to catch if they want to make the playoffs. (Yeah, that's not happening...) Luc-Olivier Blain, the latest PTO signing, will be a game-time decision. Audette - Cracknell - Eisenschmid Gregoire - McCarron - Baun Boucher - Ebbing - Waked Leveille - Broll Gelinas - Juulsen Petgrave - Lernout Leblanc - Bourque Parisi Fucale (Lines based on previous game +/- listing.) Bournival - Lynch - Volkov Archambault - Stephens - Condra Verhaege - Cirelli - Joseph Yan - Tammela - Walcott Masin - McBain Thomas - Bodie Spencer - Cernak Pasquale (good ol' Eddie...) Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  10. Following a somewhat surprising win against Binghamton, Laval (18-23-7) is back in action tonight as they travel to Utica to take on the Comets (24-16-9), a team they've lost four straight games to. Audette - Cracknell - Eisenschmid Gregoire - McCarron - Baun Boucher - Ebbing - Waked Leveille - Broll Gelinas - Juulsen Parisi - Lernout Leblanc - Bourque Petgrave Lindgren (Lines based on last game's +/- listing.) Boucher - Cassels - Goldobin LaBate - Chaput - MacEwan Archibald - Hamilton - Carcone Darcy - D'Aoust Blujus - Sautner Holm - Brisebois Wiercioch - Sifers Comrie Bachman Puck drop is at 7:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  11. After getting thoroughly embarrassed against Toronto last week, what's left of Laval (17-23-7) will face off against the only team in the Eastern Conference with a worse record than they have in Binghamton (13-23-9). Fucale gets the start - I'm guessing Lefebvre hasn't got the memo that there isn't any benefit to tanking. (This is Laval's healthy roster. Seriously.) Boucher* - Cracknell - McCarron Baun - Audette - Gregoire Broll* - Eisenschmid - Waked Leveille^ - Ebbing* Gelinas* - Juulsen Parisi - Lernout Leblanc* - Bourque Petgrave^ Fucale * - AHL contract ^ - PTO Lines are based on +/- combos from their last game plus some guesses. Pietila - Kennedy - Hayes Lappin - Spears - Kearns Thomson - Cangelosi - Bastian Rooney - Mandat - Baddock Santini - Loov Kapla - Walman Jacobs - MacDonald Blackwood Puck drop is at 7:05 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  12. 20-24-6 Record Scratches: Schlemko, L. Shaw Injuries: Danault, Hemsky, A. Shaw, Weber Projected Lineup Max Pacioretty - Paul Byron - Charles Hudon Alex Galchenyuk - Jonathan Drouin - Nicolas Deslauriers Artturi Lehkonen - Tomas Plekanec - Brendan Gallagher Jacob de la Rose - Byron Froese - Daniel Carr Karl Alzner - Jeff Petry Jakub Jerabek - Joe Morrow Victor Mete - Jordie Benn Carey Price Antti Niemi 23-19-8 Record Scratches: Dahlbeck, DiGiuseppe, Jooris Injuries: N/A Projected Lineup Sebastian Aho - Jordan Staal - Teuvo Teravainen Brock McGinn - Victor Rask - Justin Williams Jeff Skinner - Derek Ryan - Lee Stempniak Joakim Nordstrom - Marcus Kruger - Elias Lindholm Jaccob Slavin - Brett Pesce Haydn Fleury - Justin Faulk Noah Hanifin - Trevor van Riemsdyk Cam Ward Scott Darling Team Leaders Montreal Carolina Game Notes Goals Brendan Gallagher (18) Sebastian Aho (17) Puck Drop: 7:00 PM EST Assists Jonathan Drouin (19) Teuvo Teravainen (27) National TV: N/A Points Max Pacioretty (31) Teuvo Teravainen (40) Regional TV: TSN2, RDS, FS-SE PIMS Andrew Shaw (47) Justin Williams (46) English Radio: TSN 690 +/- Nicolas Deslauriers (+8) Trevor van Riemsdyk (+10) French Radio: FM 98.5
  13. After dropping a pair of games to close out January, Laval (17-22-7) will look to get February started on a winning note but standing in their way is the league-leading Marlies (33-11-1) who haven't lost in regulation in 12 straight games. Oh, and Laval doesn't have Nikita Scherbak while Matt Taormina (injury) is doubtful...this could get ugly. Terry - Cracknell - McCarron Boucher - Audette - Gregoire Petti - Eisenschmid - Baun Broll - Ebbing - Waked Gelinas - Juulsen Parisi - Lernout Leblanc - Bourque Lindgren (Lines based on +/- data from last game and some guesses) Johnsson - Aaltonen - Soshnikov Moore - Gauthier - Timashov Rychel - Smith - Mueller Clune - Greening - Dupuy Valiev - Rosen Marincin - LoVerde Nielsen - Gudbranson Pickard Puck drop is at 4:00 PM EST. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French.
  14. Habs are playing the Blues, Benn is a healthy scratch, Morrow is in, every day I wake to a bleaker tomorrow, Price gets the start. Go Habs!
  15. After another tough loss, the Rocket (17-20-7) will look to get back into the win column as they host Manitoba (27-10-5) who happen to boast the highest points percentage in the league. So in other words, don't expect a winning weekend in Laval... (Lines based on last game's +/- listing plus a lot of guesses.) Appleton - Cormier - Petan Maclise - Sgarbossa - Spacek Robinson - Sutter - Meurs Kramer - Pearce - Harkins Kostalek - Schilling Melchiori - Gotovets Niku - Kulevich Comrie (Chris Terry is expected to return to the lineup.) Terry - Cracknell - Scherbak Audette - McCarron - Gregoire Veilleux - Petti - Baun Boucher - Eisenschmid - Waked Gelinas - Taormina Parisi - Juulsen Leblanc - Lernout Lindgren Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST on Friday and 7:00 PM EST on Saturday. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French for both games while Friday's game can also be seen on RDS or listened to in English on TSN 690.
  16. The good news? Laval (17-19-7) will get Nikita Scherbak back tonight after he missed the last game. The bad news? Chris Terry is still out and they're playing Syracuse (24-14-4), one of the better teams in the division. (Lines based on previous game +/- listing plus some guesses with Michael Bournival and Matt Peca recalled.) Verhaeghe - Stephens - Condra Gallant - Cirelli - Walcott (a D playing F) Volkov - Tammela - Joseph Yan - McAulay - S. Conacher McBain - Thomas McNeill - Cernak Masin - Bodie Ingram 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. 91.9 Sports has the coverage in French and the game can be seen on RDS.
  17. We're a half hour before game time and still no GDT so here are some spinning logos at least... vs
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.
  21. 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
  22. 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 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  23. 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.
  24. 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.
×