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The team claimed Glen Metropolit off waivers from the Flyers. - TSN

Head coach Guy Carbonneau said he is not happy that Georges Laraque went public with his comments on Wednesday about being unhappy to be a healthy scratch, especially because he chatted with his player three days earlier about his role on the team. Laraque has a no-movement clause and made it clear that he is not going to ask for a trade. He says he wants to fulfill his contract in Montreal. - TSN

Jaroslav Halak will start Friday in Philadelphia. - TSN

Alex Tanguay saw a doctor on Tuesday, but failed to get clearance to resume playing. He will not return this week, and will be re-evaluated next Tuesday with an eye toward playing Wednesday in Buffalo. - TSN

Practice lines on Thursday

Forwards:

Higgins - Koivu - D'Agostini

A. Kostitsyn - Plekanec - Kovalev

Pacioretty - Lapierre - Kostopoulos

Laraque - Chipchura - Stewart

Defence:

Markov - Schneider

Hamrlik - Komisarek

Gorges - Brisebois

Goaltender:

Halak

Price

Spares:

Tanguay, Begin, Dandenault

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/feature/?id=11009

0gorges_0.jpg Photo of our gorgy!!!

I know its the same as the other one but I got stuff to do on the weekend. I'll make different designs!!

GO HABS GO!

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Nice Game Thread...I don't know if you want to fix it or not cause it's certainly no big deal, but in the starting lineups for Halak, you have #31 instead of 41, if he's even the one starting...

I'm not sure about this. This game will be difficult to win for the Canadiens, but I think we can pull one out here. I'm prediction a score of 3-2 Canadiens.

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thanks for doing one

looks good

except Begin is not a spare anymore

I for one would not play Le groin he seems out of place, he's slow does not really deliver any checks brings very little to the table

great game from the boys last night 3 wins in a row I'm not counting on a win tonight and I be ok with a loss....who am I kidding lets go Captain Insaneo on their butts

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Doesn't Price get the nod for tonights game??

Tonight is the perfect night for him to come back and shine.

this is no time to toy around with the goaltending, you play Halak until this hot streak of his ends. from what we've esen of Price lately it'd be better to have marc denis in nets.

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Could be a huge boost to team morale if they pull off a DESERVING victory tonight.

Go Habs Go! Halakeleulia !

P.S> Shoo to TSN for showing the Ladies throw rocks around instead of showing the hockey for last nights first period.

Got to love it when 2 great teams usualy hook up and all there is on the 2 major sports coverage channels.... Poker and Curling !

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Startinglineups-1.jpg

StartingGoalies-1.jpg

Last5games-1.jpg

The team claimed Glen Metropolit off waivers from the Flyers. - TSN

Head coach Guy Carbonneau said he is not happy that Georges Laraque went public with his comments on Wednesday about being unhappy to be a healthy scratch, especially because he chatted with his player three days earlier about his role on the team. Laraque has a no-movement clause and made it clear that he is not going to ask for a trade. He says he wants to fulfill his contract in Montreal. - TSN

Jaroslav Halak will start Friday in Philadelphia. - TSN

Alex Tanguay saw a doctor on Tuesday, but failed to get clearance to resume playing. He will not return this week, and will be re-evaluated next Tuesday with an eye toward playing Wednesday in Buffalo. - TSN

Practice lines on Thursday

Forwards:

Higgins - Koivu - D'Agostini

A. Kostitsyn - Plekanec - Kovalev

Pacioretty - Lapierre - Kostopoulos

Laraque - Chipchura - Stewart

Defence:

Markov - Schneider

Hamrlik - Komisarek

Gorges - Brisebois

Goaltender:

Halak

Price

Spares:

Tanguay, Begin, Dandenault

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/feature/?id=11009

0gorges_0.jpg Photo of our gorgy!!!

I know its the same as the other one but I got stuff to do on the weekend. I'll make different designs!!

GO HABS GO!

again some fabulous work on the game intros!

Might want to tweak the blue lettering a bit as it is virtualy unreadable.

thanks for the effort!

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Could be a huge boost to team morale if they pull off a DESERVING victory tonight.

Go Habs Go! Halakeleulia !

P.S> Shoo to TSN for showing the Ladies throw rocks around instead of showing the hockey for last nights first period.

Got to love it when 2 great teams usualy hook up and all there is on the 2 major sports coverage channels.... Poker and Curling !

yeah what was up with that. Thank god I also have RDS.....

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If defensemen like Breezby and Komisarek don't continue their hot streak of assisting goals for the other team then there is no reason the Habs can't knock off the Sharks at home. I feel good about this game, and like I said before a victory last night and knocking off the Sharks could literally change the face of the season.

Carbo going with Price tonight would be an enormous mistake, I can't even believe people are hoping for that, Halak is hot and we're up against the team with the strongest record in the NHL. If Price plays good it would be a huge boost for him but are we willing to take that risk? At the same time a bad performance could destroy him. If Halak starts we can win, I feel confident with him in net, with Price I'm worried about every single shot on net. Last night Philly was using the same tactic that killed Price in the post season last year. Quick high shots from every angle and it was killing Price last year, they really cracked him and left him no hope.

Kovalev and Pleckanec need to keep it up, and if we keep the powerplay hot we'll win this, and do wonders for our season.

I expect the Bell Centre to be rocking tonight, hungry fans finally watching the Habs on a streak after such poor performances.

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Breezer wasn't that fault of the Gagne goal. Hamrlik should not have sent him that pass while he was the lone D back at the line. Hamrlik should have taken the shot on the net. Hamrlik also gave the shot up to Richards. Philly was lucky they were even in the game. Metro and Markov could have, should have scored. Didn't Patches or Dags hit the post? Koivu also had Niity beaten. We need to play with the same intensity tonight. The Sharks have to be tired on this road trip. We need to take it to them.

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