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  1. Toffoli - Suzuki - Caufield Drouin - Dvorak - Anderson Lehkonen - Evans - Gallagher Paquette - Poehling - Armia Chiarot - Petry Niku - Savard Romanov - Wideman Allen Ovechkin - Kuznetsov - Protas Sprong - McMichael - Wilson Hagelin - Dowd - Hathaway Leason - Sgarbossa - Malenstyn Fehervary - Carlson Orlov - Jensen van Riemsdyk - Schultz Samsonov
  2. Nashville's Lines Kunin-Granlund-Duchene Jeannot-Johansen-Tomasino Trenin-Sissons-Olivier Cousins-Novak-Tolvanen Josi-Fabbro Ekholm-Carrier Borowiecki-Benning Saros Montreal's Lines Toffoli-Suzuki-Caufield Drouin-Dvorak-Anderson Lehkonen-Evans-Gallagher Poehling-Armia Chiarot-Petry Norlinder-Savard Romanov-Kulak Wideman Montembeault
  3. Habs have no choice I guess; but, to play out the last 64games of season.
  4. Roy - Dauphin - Belzile Harvey-Pinard - Dea - Ylonen Bourque - Vejdemo - Fortin Baddock - Gignac - Hillis Ouellet - Belpedio Schueneman - Dello Paquette-Bisson - Neill Poulin (guessing he starts with how he did finishing against Toronto) Lines TBD, about half their roster has changed since their last game with Ottawa being able to send several players down since their last game. Puck drop is at 7 PM.
  5. Martel - Dauphin - Caufield Bourque - Dea - Ylonen Harvey-Pinard - Vejdemo - Roy Baddock - Gignac - Hillis Ouellet - Belpedio Fairbrother - Dello Schueneman - Paquette-Bisson McNiven (Lines are from last game) Seney - Der-Arguchintsev - Ho-Sang Steeves - Abramov - Gogolev Kopacka - Michaelis - Clune McMann - Douglas - Gabriel Kral - Biega Dahlstrom - Duszak Hoefenmayer - Rubins Hutchinson Puck drop is at 7 PM. With the craziness from their first matchup, this could be an interesting one.
  6. Tuesday, November 16 Morning skate LW C RW 73 - Tyler Toffoli 14 - Nick Suzuki 11 - Brendan Gallagher 92 - Jonathan Drouin 28 - Christian Dvorak 17 - Josh Anderson 62 - Artturi Lehkonen 71 - Jake Evans 40 - Joel Armia 55 - Michael Pezzetta 25 - Ryan Poehling 60 - Alex Belzile 24 - Adam Brooks LD RD G 8 - Ben Chiarot 26 - Jeff Petry 30 - Cayden Primeau 77 - Brett Kulak 58 - David Savard 35 - Sam Montembeault 27 - Alexander Romanov 20 - Chris Wideman 15 - Sami Niku 59 - Mattias Norlinder Welcome back, Jo! After the on-ice session, head coach Dominique Ducharme confirmed that Jonathan Drouin will return to the lineup after missing the last six games with headaches. Primeau gets the nod Goaltender Cayden Primeau will make his first start of the season for Montreal ... Jake Allen sustained a concussion versus Detroit over the weekend ... he'll be sidelined for a few more days but may return for Saturday night's game against Nashville at the Bell Centre if his recovery continues to progress well. Missing Mike The Canadiens will be deprived of Mike Hoffman's services for at least one week due to an upper-body injury. BTW ... don't care about the Rangers lineup ... if someone one else has it feel free
  7. Montreal Canadiens Hoffman - Suzuki - Toffoli Anderson - Dvorak - Gallagher Lehkonen - Evans - Armia Pezzetta - Poehling - Belzile Chiarot - Petry Kulak - Savard Romanov - Wideman Montembeault Primeau Scratched: Brooks, Niku, Norlinder Injured: Allen (concussion), Drouin (headaches), Pacquette (undisclosed), Perrault (eye injury), Edmunson (undisclosed) Boston Bruins Marchand - Bergeron - Pastrnak Hall - Coyle - Foligno Blidh - Haula - Kuhlman DeBrusk - Nosek - Steen Forbort - McAvoy Grzelcyk - Carlo Zboril - Clifton Swayman Ullmark Scratched: Reilly, Smith Injured: Lazar (undisclosed), Frederic (upper body)
  8. Original Six match up involving two of the sweetest unis in pro sports. But will the Habs really play Allen in back-to-back nights? Really - ? Or do they judge Boston to be the weaker team, for Montembeault to face? Anti-vacc nut job Tyler Bertuzzi will be besmirching the lineup, since this is a US game. Lineup courtesy https://www.wingingitinmotown.com/2021/11/13/22779584/red-wings-vs-canadiens-gdu-lineups-keys-to-the-game Detroit ForwardsTyler Bertuzzi - Dylan Larkin - Lucas RaymondRobby Fabbri - Pius Suter - Filip ZadinaVladislav Namestnikov - Michael Rasmussen - Adam ErneCarter Rowney - Mitchell Stephens - Sam Gagner Defense Danny DeKeyser - Moritz Seider Nick Leddy - Filip Hronek Marc Staal - Gustav Lindstrom Goalies Alex Nedeljkovic Thomas Greiss Montreal Forwards Mike Hoffman - Nick Suzuki - Tyler Toffoli Josh Anderson - Christian Dvorak - Brendan Gallagher Artturi Lehkonen - Jake Evans - Joel Armia Michael Pezzetta - Ryan Poehling - Alex Belzile Defense Ben Chiarot - Jeff Petry Brett Kulak - David Savard Alexander Romanov - Chris WidemanGoalies Jake Allen Samuel Montembeault
  9. Good write up here: https://montrealgazette.com/sports/hockey/nhl/hockey-inside-out/canadiens-vs-flames-nov-11-2021-five-things-you-should-know Kirk Muller returns to the Bell Centre. Apparently he was a terrible associate coach in Montreal but has somehow been transformed overnight into an excellent associate coach in Calgary. 🤔 Habs projected lineup, courtesy Daily Faceoff: MIKE HOFFMAN NICK SUZUKI TYLER TOFFOLI JOSH ANDERSON CHRISTIAN DVORAK BRENDAN GALLAGHER ARTTURI LEHKONEN JAKE EVANS JOEL ARMIA MICHAEL PEZZETTA RYAN POEHLING ALEX BELZILE DEFENSIVE PAIRINGS BEN CHIAROT JEFF PETRY ALEXANDER ROMANOV CHRIS WIDEMAN BRETT KULAK DAVID SAVARD Flames’ projected lineup, courtesy of Hockeyrealist below: And, as a reminder that - unlike whatever transpires tonight - some battles actually matter:
  10. (Lines are from last game) Foote - Schmeltzer - Gambardella Greer - Gauthier - Clarke Zetterlund - Talvitie - Studenic Stevens - Schnarr - McGrath Wotherspoon - Walsh Bahl - Russo Groleau - Okhotiuk Daws (Lines are from last game) Martel - Dauphin - Caufield Bourque - Dea - Ylonen Harvey-Pinard - Vejdemo - Roy Baddock - Gignac - Fortin Fairbrother - Ouellet Schueneman - Belpedio Bisson - Dello Primeau Puck drop is at 1 PM.
  11. (Lines are based on last game's +/- data and some guesses) Andreoff - Czarnik - Panik Holmstrom - Koivula - Golyshev Durandeau - Terry - MacLean Jenkins - Coskey LaDue - Salo Helgeson - Wotherspoon Bolduc - Hutton Vande Sompel Skarek (Lines are from last game with some guesses following Poehling/Norlinder's recalls) Martel - Dauphin - Caufield Bourque - Dea - Ylonen Harvey-Pinard - Vejdemo - Roy Baddock - Gignac - Fortin Fairbrother - Ouellet Schueneman - Belpedio Bisson - Dello McNiven Puck drop is at 7 PM and the game can be seen on RDS.
  12. Lines should be a mess, I am on mobile so not adding them. Return of Philly D is worth a mention though and I wanted a game thread to read as games are hard to watch lately.
  13. Nothing fancy for graphics but Belleville plays Laval in a few minutes. It's Norlinder's last game before his recall. Puck drop is at 7:30 on RDS.
  14. Marchessault - Roy - Smith Carrier - Stephenson - Dadonov Kolesar - Amadio - Janmark Howden - Leschyshyn - Rondbjerg Hague - Pietrangelo Martinez - Theodore McNabb - Coghlan Lehner Toffoli - Suzuki - Gallagher Hoffman - Drouin - Anderson Lehkonen - Dvorak - Armia Paquette - Evans - Pezzetta Chiarot - Petry Kulak - Savard Romanov - Wideman Allen
  15. (Lines are from last game with some guesses) Harvey-Pinard - Poehling - Caufield Roy - Dea - Martel Dauphin - Vejdemo - Bourque Baddock - Beaudin - Martel Fairbrother - Ouellet Norlinder - Belpedio Paquette-Bisson - Schueneman Primeau (Lines are from last game) Fortier - Huntington - Morand Goncalves - Dumont - Koepke Hudon - Elie - Walcott Element - Ryfors - Cajkovic Day - Lohan Jones - Lees Green - Wardley Miftakhov
  16. Laval has lost 4 of last 5, opponent is 6-0 and only given up 11g. https://theahl.com/stats/game-center/1022767
  17. 3-8 vs 3-2-2 Sorokin 2.26, 0.931% Allen 2.58, 0.914% Neither team is a big offensive powerhouse, so may come down to goaltending. EOTP "At five-on-five, Allen’s save percentage (.931) is actually better than Sorokin’s (.928), and only bettered by 16 other goalies to play at least three games. The biggest culprit for the Canadiens’ horrific start has been the penalty kill, responsible for nearly half of their goals against."
  18. 14th place Wings vs 30th place Habs; 1st game after road trip & game is at home both bad for winning. Tale of the Tape Canadiens Statistics Red Wings 2-8-0 Record 4-3-2 47.2% (24th) Scoring-chances-for % 45.5% (27th) 1.90 (30th) Goals per game 3.22 (11th) 3.40 (28th) Goals against per game 3.44 (30th) 11.1% (29th) PP% 15.2% (25th) 65.0% (30th) PK% 73.5% (24th) 1-0-0 H2H Record 0-1-0
  19. Win one for the turtleneck's 39th birthday boys! Team stats favour the Ducks, but they have actually given up more goals. I assume the Habs 3rd stringer will be in nets.
  20. Following a strong showing on Wednesday against the Marlies, the Rocket open up a back-to-back set against Rochester. (Lines are from last game) Quinn - Malone - Peterka Weissbach - MacInnis - Mersch Biro - Jobst - Pekar Craggs - Scarfo Schuldt - Fitzgerald Davidson - Prow Teves - Laaksonen Tischke Dell Dauphin - Dea - Ylonen Harvey-Pinard - Poehling - Belzile Pezzetta - Vejdemo - Bourque Baddock - Beaudin - Martel Fairbrother - Ouellet Schueneman - Belpedio Bisson - Neill Primeau Puck drop is at 7:00 on Friday and 1:00 on Saturday. Saturday's game can be seen on RDS.
  21. Ducharme's simple but effective white board strategy worked last game so he's trying it again in Seattle since it's a lot easier to draw that than an actual Kraken.
  22. After a disappointing loss in Bridgeport, Laval is back on home ice tonight as they host the Marlies. Jesse Ylonen is available to play in this one since it's back in Canada and he's back on the top line. (Lines are from yesterday's practice) Seney - Semyonov - Anderson Steeves - Der-Arguchintsev - Gogolev Kopacka - Abramov - Ho-Sang Clune - Douglas - Gabriel Kral - Biega Rubins - Menell Duszak - Hollowell Woll Dauphin - Dea - Ylonen Harvey-Pinard - Vejdemo - Belzile Pezzetta - Beaudin - Bourque Baddock - Gignac - Martel Fairbrother - Ouellet Schueneman - Belpedio Bisson - Neill Primeau Puck drop is at 7:30 on RDS2.
  23. Recently seen on Ducharme's white board for game strategy: Will this simple idea work against Detroit? We'll find out tonight.
  24. Laval will look to sweep the weekend as they're in Bridgeport to take on the Islanders (RIP, Sound Tigers). Tory Dello is injured so Carl Neill draws in on the third pairing. (Lines are from last game) Harvey-Pinard - Dea - Martel Roy - Dauphin - Belzile Pezzetta - Vejdemo - Bourque Baddock - Beaudin - Gignac Ouellet - Belpedio Fairbrother - Schueneman Bisson - Neill Primeau (Lines are based on last game's +/- data and some guesses) Terry - Czarnik - Dal Colle Holmstrom - Koivula - Golyshev Durandeau - Andreoff - Coskey Jenkins - MacLean - Brown LaDue - Bolduc Helgeson - Wotherspoon Salo - Vande Sompel Appleby Puck drop is at 3 PM.
  25. For the first time in more than a year and a half, Laval has crossed the border into the US as they're in Providence for a game against the Bruins. (Lines are from last game with some guesses with Ylonen out) Harvey-Pinard - Dea - Martel Roy - Dauphin - Belzile Pezzetta - Vejdemo - Bourque Baddock - Beaudin - Gignac Ouellet - Belpedio Fairbrother - Schueneman Bisson - Dello McNiven (Lines are based on last game's +/- data and some guesses) Lauko - Studnicka - Wagner Filipe - Senyshyn - Fogarty Hughes - Steen - Asselin Koppanen - Froden - Voyer Ahcan - Lewington Vaakainen - Wolff Ness - Lyle Booth Puck drop is at 7 PM.
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