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Game 18, Habs @ Carolina, 7:30 PM ET FS-CR, SNE, RDS, TSN 690 Radio.


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IT'S 

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TONITE, OUR HABS

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VISIT RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA.

( Home to Eggs and Liver Mush, Cheerwine and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Fried Green Tomatoes and Pimento Cheese, Clam juice and clam chowder, and other weird stuff).

TO DO BATTLE ON THE ICE WITH THE 

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 7:30 PM ET FS-CR, SNE, RDS, TSN 690 Radio.

STUFF FOR THE FAINT OF HEART:

Canes at home are 3-3-0, Habs on the road are 3-2-1.


Carolina Team Ranks

Goals For (23rd)
38
Goals Against (18th)
45
Power Play % (12th)
19.1
Penalty Kill % (1st)
90.5
Penalty Mins (2nd)
108

 

Habs Team Ranks:

Team Ranks
Goals For (2nd)
56
Goals Against (6th)
37
Power Play % (7th)
23.5
Penalty Kill % (17th)
82.1
Penalty Mins (17th)
169

We have allowed a league worst 555 SOG in 17 GP, while the Canes have allowed 412 SOG, in 15 GP.

The Canes have allowed only 4 PPGA, while the Habs have allowed 12. 

We've had 51 PPO, and been SH 67 times.

The Canes had 47 PPO, and have been SH 42 times.

The Canadiens are playing their only road game during a five-game stretch.

Montreal forward Alexander Radulov will miss the Carolina game because of illness, meaning he'll skip his second game in a row.

Charles Hudon has been recalled.

The goalie matchup is listed as Montreal's Al Montoya and Carolina's Cam Ward.

The Hurricanes, who are 15-for-15 on penalty kills across the last seven games, have dominated at times with faceoffs, giving them extra possessions.

Our collective GDT record, 6-2-2

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42 minutes ago, PuckPundit said:

No Radulov or Lehkonen, don't expect any creative spark in forward lines.  

Against a bottom feeder, don't be surprised if Habs Murphy's Law kicks in.  

 

 

Naw,,,,,, we've lost 2 in a row,,,,,, that's enough, besides,,, we "might" have Hudon playing. :)

 

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9 hours ago, kinot-1 said:

we "might" have Hudon playing. :)

 

This would be very good news.  If he can make the transition to the bigs, it would be a very good thing for us. I know he's been playing LW for a while but he has spent time at centre. Wonder if he has the potential to be that 2nd liner we're missing? 

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No mandatory skate today, so practice lines are unknown. MT has a "pointe de presse" (presser?) at 5 PM.

Lines from yesterday's practice are:

Byron – Galchenyuk – Gallagher
Pacioretty – Danault – Shaw
Desharnais-Plekanec-Terry
Carr-Mitchell-Andrighetto

Emelin – Weber
Markov – Petry
Beaulieu – Pateryn
Hanley


 

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12 minutes ago, BigTed3 said:

Lines in warm-up:

Byron-Galchenyuk-Gallagher

Pacioretty-Danault-Shaw

Desharnais-Plekanec-Terry

Hudon-Mitchell-Carr

 

Ghetto sits. Anyone else feel like that 4th line is better than the 3rd one?

Me, me, me, I'm curious to see what Hudon can do. :)

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