habby4ever Posted November 6, 2013 Report Share Posted November 6, 2013 bleu-blanc-rouge To Play the Game is Good, To Win is Better, But to Love the Game is Best of All Live as if you were to Die Tomorrow, Learn as if you were to Live Forever Here are the Canadiens - les Glorieux - Les Canadiens at Senators Here’s how we can expect to see the Canadiens’ lineup Pacioretty-Plekanec-Gionta Galchenyuk-Eller-Gallagher Bournival-Desharnais-Bourque Moen-White-Parros Markov-Subban Diaz-Gorges Murray-Bouillon Price Budaj The Canadiens 1st line of Michael Bournival playing left wing with Tomas Plekanec and Brian Gionta is no longer . They had been a successful line in recent games and were a threat in every situation. The Canadiens’ powerplay remains one of the best in the league at 4th overall firing at 23.7%. The penalty kill is a respectable 5th over all in the league shutting down the opposition’s powerplay 86.2% of the time. PK Subban still leads the Habs with 15 points (3G, 12A) in 16 games and is +2. Carey Price is confirmed to start in net and has been solid for the team with 1 shutout, a 2.16 GAA and a .933 save percentage over 13 games. Alex Galchenyuk is back with the kid line. Daniel Briere will make the trip and practice with his teammates Travis Moen is back. Go Habs Go. Here’s how we can expect to see the Senators lineup MacArthur - Turris - Ryan Greening - Spezza - Zibanejad Michalek - Smith - Neil Kassian - Grant - Conacher Cowen - Karlsson Borowiecki - Methot Gryba - Phillips Lehner Lawson Memories of last years playoffs against the Senators may spur Habs onward to victory, against a Senator team that finds it hard to stay positive, when your team lately, has been struggling so badly, 1 win in last 6 games. Also, Goalie Craig Anderson is day to day with a stiff neck. His return is "depending on level of comfort" Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson was stretchered off the ice during overtime of Sunday's game against the Dallas Stars after a collision with Valeri Nichushkin. Robin Lehner will serve as Ottawa's number one goaltender, while Craig Anderson is on the shelf with a neck injury. He has a 1-2-2 record but he's played well for the Senators this season. "I want to win, but right now it's not happening for us," Lehner said. "You've got to focus on the process and the results will come." Lehner has stopped 197 of the 209 shots he's faced for an excellent .943 save percentage. He should get the nod against Montreal on Thursday night. Bon Match!!!! Patching up the Habs Quote on Gameday: The centerman probably has more responsibilities than anyone else on the ice, except the goalie,” insisted Eller, who has five goals and four assists so far in 2013-14. “You’re a big part of the offence and the defence. Sometimes it takes quite a bit of experience to be successful. Reading the play, setting up your linemates, playing within the system; anticipating where everyone is going to go. It’s read and react.” They Rule There To! Ya! The Habs Rule! Updates from this post to Gametime will be posted by someone "Game Day Lineups Available when released." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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