Tessin Posted February 8, 2009 Report Share Posted February 8, 2009 February 9 2009, 9 PM ET At the Pengrowth Saddledome in Calgary First game of the trip in the West. @ In the History: Regular season: 98 GP, 54 Habs wins, 29 Flames wins (1 in OT/SO), 15 ties, 334 Montreal goals, 266 Calgary goals. In Play Off 11 GP, 6 Habs wins, 5 Flames wins, 31 Canadiens goals, 33 Calgary goals. Last Game: December 9 2008 at the Bell Center. Canadiens won 4-1 with goals scored by Robert Lang (2), Matt D'Agostini and Andrei Markov for the Habs; Dustin Boyd for the Flames. Team Stats: The Montreal Canadiens are 5th in the East; 53 GP, 29-18-6, 64 points, GF 162, GA 153, on the road 12-12-2, last 10 3-7-0.The Calgary Flames are 3rd in the West (1st in the Northwest Division); 52 GP, 30-18-4, 64 points, GF 161, GA 155, at home 19-7-3, last 10 4-6-0.Team Leaders: Andrei Markov 7G, 34 A, 51 P. Career vs Flames: 10 GP, 1 G, 6 A Jarome Iginla 20 G, 38 A, 58 P. Career vs Habs: 20 GP, 6 G, 11 A Projected Goaltenders: Jaroslav Halak 11-8-1, SV % .904, GAA 2.89. Career vs Calgary 1-0-0 Miikka Kiprusoff 30-15-3, SV % .904, GAA 2.82. Career vs Montreal 3-3-0 Habs Line Up: It's quite difficult to guess, so I won't even try to. After the bad loss vs the Leafs, Guy Carbonneau will sure make some major changes. In Sunday's morning practice before flying to Calgary, Mathieu Dandenault played as a defender and Patrice Brisebois seemed ready to come back on Monday at the Pengrowth Saddledome.Injuries: Guilllaume Latendresse, Alex Tanguay and Robert Lang. Have a nice game! GO HABS GO! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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