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Ducharme says Evans is a possibility for Game 3. The team will know better tomorrow, but the nature of his injury is day-to-day.

Dominique Ducharme on if he's willing to sit out veteran players in favour of younger guys: "100% - aucun doute"

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36 minutes ago, electron58 said:

CC, Romanov in. Merrill & Tatar out? That's what I'm hearing.  Confirmation?

Nil confirmed. All we know is DD said he was thinking of making changes.

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42 minutes ago, BigTed3 said:

Nil confirmed. All we know is DD said he was thinking of making changes.

Hey Ted, what does " Nil confirmed" mean? That there are changes or mot? 

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Here’s how the Canadiens’ forward lines, defence pairings and power-play units looked at Monday’s morning skate:

Byron – Danault – Anderson
Toffoli – Kotkaniemi – Gallagher
Armia – Suzuki – Caufield
Lehkonen – Staal – Perry

hiarot – Weber
Edmundson – Petry
Kulak – Merrill

First power-play unit

Staal
Toffoli – Anderson – Suzuki
Weber

Second power-play unit

Perry
Kotkaniemi – Gallagher – Caufield
Petry

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Caufield, who sat out the team’s first two games, skated with Joel Armia and Nick Suzuki as the team looks to generate more offence. He confirmed he will be playing the game after practice.

Tomas Tatar did not skate at morning skate, but he will be in the lineup. Eric Staal will be out. Dominique Ducharme said that he will keep his lines to himself until game time as some adjustments will need to be made as Tatar will be in for Staal. Ducharme said that Staal is not 100%.

Jesperi Kotkaniemi skated with Tyler Toffoli and Brendan Gallagher, and Phillip Danault was with Josh Anderson and Paul Byron. Ben Chiarot skated with Shea Weber, as the defence pairings also get moved around. Brett Kulak skated with Jon Merrill.

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20 minutes ago, kinot-2 said:

Here’s how the Canadiens’ forward lines, defence pairings and power-play units looked at Monday’s morning skate:

Byron – Danault – Anderson
Toffoli – Kotkaniemi – Gallagher
Armia – Suzuki – Caufield
Lehkonen – Staal – Perry

hiarot – Weber
Edmundson – Petry
Kulak – Merrill

First power-play unit

Staal
Toffoli – Anderson – Suzuki
Weber

Second power-play unit

Perry
Kotkaniemi – Gallagher – Caufield
Petry

Let's hope we see CC

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No way does Tatar deserve to play in this game. Anyone on the taxi squad would be a better choice. He was quite noticeably afraid to do any thing with the puck in the last two games. At least he must go down to the 4th line. These kind of decisions can cost you the series. 

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27 minutes ago, tony5775 said:

No way does Tatar deserve to play in this game. Anyone on the taxi squad would be a better choice. He was quite noticeably afraid to do any thing with the puck in the last two games. At least he must go down to the 4th line. These kind of decisions can cost you the series. 

Why just Tatar. That entire line was crap. Artturi Lehkonen should sit out in my opinion. He has zero hockey sense. Great skater but that's all in my opinion.

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Teams that win Game 3 when tied 1-1 are 223-107 (67.6 percent) winning a best-of-7 NHL playoff series, including 3-1 in the first round last season.

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