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Game #54 Habs Vs Devils


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Montreal Canadiens (30-18-5) are at home ice against the visiting New Jersey Devils (18-30-4)

Montreal has won all 3 games its played since the all star break, and looks to continue the streak to 4 games against the Devils.

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While the Devils have won 2 of their last 3 since the break, and hope to stay on the winning pace against our Canadiens

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Game will be broadcast on CBC, and RDS, for a nice matinee game!

GO HABS GO

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Thanks guys :)

I just hope the habs can overcome the psychological barrier named Martin Brodeur.He may not be having his best year this season but when he comes to montreal he brings his A game.Since Lemaire took over this team they are playing much better.I like that Price has so much confidance and the fact that both Gomez and Gionta will be at their best.GO HABS GO

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When's the last time the Devils had almost the exact opposite record of Montreal???

Regardless....don't underestimate them!

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Super Job On The GDT There canadiens2112,,,Ya Did Good.B).........LETS GO HABBIES!

Regardless....don't underestimate them!

Wise words right here folks.

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D James Wisniewski, who sat out Saturday with the flu, is a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Devils.

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The devils always hated them and Brodeur seems they always find a way to win against us even when they where at their worst at the begening of the year Brodeur shuts us out... wouldnt it be nice 4 first period goals Brodeur gets pulled out breaks his stick :P not so sure its gonna happen but still Go Habs Go make it 4

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An interesting sidebar to the game is whether Stephan Gionta will play, and if he will play against his brother Brian. :)

Regardless, it seems every game is a must if we want to move up in the EC.

He was sent down a while back :P At least we won't have to hear about it from the commentators.

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Great job Canadiens2112! Hope the luck stays around here.

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The Devils play a system, they're patient, and they don't take bad penalties. The Habs have to be equally patient and avoid taking bad penalties or giving up odd-man rushes the other way to NJ today; these are the two ways NJ will beat us. If we stay disciplined aggression-wise and positionally, then I think the advantage lies with us. I don't think Martin Brodeur is going to be the deciding factor in this game, and I don't think despite the Devils recent success that he is the same goalie he was a few years ago. This will be our toughest game of the week, but I think it is completely within our reach and I think JM has to dangle that division lead carrot in front of this players. My players to watch for today's game: Max Pacioretty and Benny Pouliot. I think both will play well but I see the DD line as being the one today that steps up to lead the way on the scoreboard today.

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YAY another game!

I think the habs have to do better on the PP,there 0 for there last 21.hopefully we will have Wiz today to help us on that.

I think that Gionta and Gomez are gonna do good today as well as Price,I am looking forward to this game and passing Washington to get 5th in the East

Also good job canadiens2112

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That's it, this games over.

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That's it, this games over.

Yea....FOR THE DEVILS.:P

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Auld should play against the isles

I agree.

One game a month ain't cutting it for me.<_<

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