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Live as if you were to Die Tomorrow, Learn as if you were to Live Forever
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Dallas Stars vs Les Canadiens
Stats: PROJECTED LINE COMBINATIONS AND GOALTENDERS
Second Game of back to back for Dallas, played Buffalo Yesterday 7pm and
second game for Habs, played Rangers Yesterday 7:30 pm
2004 to Date: Regular Season Head to Head, the Habs have 3 wins 3 loss's and 1 tie against Dallas
1-2-1 at home, 2-1 away.
Dallas
Kari Lehtonen . 949 Sv % 1.60 GAA
Dan Ellis .895 Sv % 3.60 GAA
Jamie Benn – Tyler Seguin – Rich Peverley
Ray Whitney – Cody Eakin – Alex Chiasson
Valeri Nichushkin - Shawn Horcoff – Erik Cole
Antoine Roussel – Vernon Fiddler – Ryan Garbutt
+7 Brenden Dillon – Stephane Robidas +7
-5 Trevor Daley – Jordie Benn 0
-9 Alex Goligoski – Sergei Gonchar -4
. Lehtonen is 4-1-1 with a 1.60 goals against average and .949 save percentage this season.
“He’s going to be a big boost for us,” said Lindy Ruff. “It means a lot,”
“You need your goaltender to play big for you, and I think he gives our team a lot of confidence.”
“We are Better, a lot better with our sticks, a lot better with getting our bodies in lanes.
Sergei (Gonchar) blocked a key opportunity late in the second. (Lane)
MacDermid in the third blocked an opportunity in front. Point shots weren’t getting through near as
easily as they were in the previous two games. That’s something we are going to keep working on.”
Habs
Carey Price .937 Sv % 2.12 GAA
Peter Budaj .982 Sv % .50 GAA
Alex Galchenyuk- Lars Eller-Brendan Gallagher
Michael Bournival-Tomas Plekanec-Brian Gionta
Rene Bourque-David Desharnais-Louis Leblanc
Mike Blunden - Ryan White- Patrick Holland
+5 P K Subban- Andrei Markov +10
+1 Josh Gorges-Raphael Diaz +1
-1 Francis Bouillon-Douglas Murray 0
The Kid Line is a +14 in a solid start to the season, with 3 game winning goals,
2 power play goals (and 1 shorthanded goal the Eller way J ). They have 26 points in 12 games.
Subban has continued showing his prowess with 11 points and a +5 rating.
“For a young kid, Bourvival has got a lot of poise out there. It’s his work ethic that gets him
into those open areas and gets him free. It puts him in the right spots and he’s making great plays,”
praised captain Brian Gionta. “He’s seeing the ice well, but he’s a kid that
since camp has worked for his spot. He turned the heads of management
and the coaches to earn his spot and he continues to do that.”
Two – Number of teams against whom Carey Price has yet to register a victory in his career
after adding the Anaheim Ducks to the list of teams he’s bested on Thursday night. The Anahim
Lake, BC native is still looking for wins over Nashville and Colorado to complete the NHL sweep.
Scratches
Dallas
Ryan Garbutt (suspended)
+2 Kevin Connauton
Habs
Alexei Emelin (knee)
Davis Drewiske (shoulder)
George Parros (concussion)
Max Pacioretty (hamstring)
Brandon Prust (right shoulder)
Daniel Briere (concussion)
Travis Moen (injured)
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13 Reasons Habs will Win
Year 2013 lucky at home
Game No. 13
A Canadiens Win " 13 letters "
Price No. 31 " 13 backwards "
Pacioretty No. 67 " adds up to 13 "
Subban No. 76 " adds up to 13 "
Bournival No. 49 " adds up to 13 "
Josh Georges No. 26 " has two 13's in it "
Nov 13, 2013 Habby4ever/wife 44th anniversary
Diaz signed contract July 13, 2012
Pacioretty signed contract August 13, 2012
Bouillon signed contract March 20, 2013
"superstition", 13 unlucky number for visitors only
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Habby4ever, ran around the block
10 times today, than put it
back in the grandchildren's toy box :)
"Game Day Lineups Available when released."
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They Rule There To!
Ya! The Habs Rule!
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Great GDT Habby,lets hope its a lucky one.

Tonight we have to rev it up a notch,

Can't afford to play,like it is hop scotch,

But all in all we are doing alright,

Lets make this another winner tonight.

Don't know who the refs will be,

But I'm sure that we will see,

Bad calls going either way,

Musn't let it affect the way we play.

The kids are getting used to the attention,

I'm not worried,but its worth a mention,

They will I know, always work hard,

Soon to notch up a few more on the scorecard.

The best thing of all for me,in every game,

The smiles on their faces,they are all the same,

To see their pleasure in the job they do,

Makes it much sweeter for me and you.

GO HABS GO :wub::wub: :wub: :wub::wub::wub:

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I have faith the top two lines will play decent hockey. Big question is whether that 3rd line can step up and produce some offence for us. LL looked promising last game, DD looked like he had a bit of fight, but it's time to have effort translate into goals.

Blunden will score :P

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