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Game #45 ~ Rangers @ Canadiens. Saturday, January 15th, 2011.


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New York Rangers

Vinny Prospal: on injured reserve and is expected to miss at least two months; right knee surgery

Derek Boogaard: out indefinitely; shoulder

Ryan Callahan: on injured reserve and is expected to miss 6-8 weeks; broken left hand

Erik Christensen: on injured reserve and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks; sprained right knee

Alex Frolov: expected to miss the remainder of the season; to undergo right knee surgery

Montreal Canadiens

Andrei Markov: on injured reserve and will miss the remainder of the season; right knee surgery

Josh Gorges: on injured reserve and will miss the remainder of the season; to undergo right knee surgery

Max Pacioretty: questionable for Saturday's game against the NY Rangers; illness

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Whoever was responsible for crafting the NHL’s 2010-11 schedule seems to be partial to things that come in twos. After playing the Pittsburgh Penguins twice at home in the span of seven days, the Habs will get their second crack at the New York Rangers in the same week.

During their trip to the Bell Centre, watch for the Rangers to pay special attention to their Achilles heel, Michael Cammalleri, as the Habs’ elite sniper has enjoyed more success over the New York squad than any other team in the NHL. The speedy winger boasts an average of 1,43 goals per game against the Rangers, and last year managed to notch six goals and three assists in just three games versus the Blueshirts.

Habs this week

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go Habs go

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Superb GDT!!!

Lets hope Cammy is in the line up and in good playing condition

His scoring record against the Rangers is his best I've heard.

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great_job.gifon the GDT there clues,well done as usual.

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Let's hope Pacioretty can play, 'cause he's been pretty good lately

Canadiens forward Michael Cammalleri joined his teammates on Brossard ice for the Habs practice today, having missed two games with Type A strep throat. Antibiotics seem to have knocked it out. Cammalleri seems bound for a return to the lineup tomorrow night at the Bell Centre against the New York Rangers.

The word might not be as good regarding Max Pacioretty, who took the day off practice; he was said to be ill.

Carey Price gets the start in goal, perhaps a mild surprise given Alex Auld's strong showing against the Rangers earlier this week and his 4-0-2, .970 lifetime record against the Broadway Blueshirts.

Head coach Jacques Martin was in very lively spirits, having a few post-practice one-on-ones with his players, hollering more than a little throughout the session.

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Let's get back on track with a win tonight. It would be nice to generate some serious offense.

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Sweet GDT Clues that magnifying glass is a particularly good effect,with a GDT like that the Habs should feel good about their chances and zap Lundqvist early and storm his net.Too bad Max isn't playing he's really played the power forward with a passion since coming back up.Go Habs Go!

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wow. super neat gdt. i didn't even know hot buttered rum steamed. pretty cool.

i have no predictions for this game other than i think- think or hold the opinion- that they WILL turn the lights on for this game. now FS might have a different opinion, but he'll have to post his own predilictions for the game. :lol:

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The Rangers are 18-0-0 when leading after two.

The Habs are, I believe, 1-17-1, when trailing after two.

We'd better be on our game out of the gates because if we lull our way through the start of the game, we're going to have a tough time trying to turn it on later and thinking that'll be enough.

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I would agree with you CRB, it looks like Pyatt would be the extra guy if Pacioretty can go. The only other change I could see is if JM suddenly decides AK's initiative means he deserves another shot in Eller's spot on the Pleks line, then that could shift things around. But otherwise it looks like it'll be Pacman or Pyatt sitting up front, and Picard is thankfully back out on D.

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