kinot-1 Posted November 20, 2014 Report Share Posted November 20, 2014 IT'S TONIGHT THE COME INTO TOWN TO PLAY OUR HERE'S A BUNCH OF STUFF YOU MAY OR MAY NOT READ Blues and Habs are both coming off shutout losses. Our old buddy Laps will once again grace us with his presence. The Blues have won five straight games against the Canadiens and have not lost to Montreal in regulation since the 2006-07 season, THAT BETTER CHANGE TONIGHT!! The Blues have won the past four meetings in Montreal going back to the 2003-04 season, THAT BETTER CHANGE TOO. Goalie Carey Price is expected to get the start, which would be his 17th of the season. Goalie Jake Allen, second in the NHL in goals-against average (1.67), will get the start. Blues are 63% to winnit. Jaden Schwartz, Vladimir Tarasenko and Jori Lehtera has accounted for 24 of the Blues' 47 goals. StL TEAM LEADERS Skaters G Vladimir Tarasenko 10 A Kevin Shattenkirk 15 Pts Vladimir Tarasenko 21 +/- Vladimir Tarasenko 15 PIM Ryan Reaves 26 Mtl TEAM LEADERS Skaters G Max Pacioretty 8 A David Desharnais 8 Pts Max Pacioretty 16 +/- Max Pacioretty 11 PIM Brandon Prust 30 WHO'S HOT FOR THE BLUES? Jaden Schwartz STL 9 pts in last 6 GP Kevin Shattenkirk STL 5 pts in last 4 GP Carl Gunnarsson STL 3 pts in last 3 GP Brian Elliott STL 2-1-0, 1.35, .944 in last 3 GPI WHO'S HOT FOR THE HABS? Alex Galchenyuk MTL 4 pts in last 3 GP Max Pacioretty MTL 5 pts in last 4 GP Brendan Gallagher MTL 2 pts in last 2 GP Andrei Markov MTL 3 pts in last 3 GP P.K. Subban MTL 3 pts in last 3 GP Dustin Tokarski MTL 2-0-0, 0.96, .967 in last 2 GPI WOULD BE NICE IF THEY LEFT TOWN SINGING THE BLUES And, does htl want to hope the laffs beat the Bolts? kinot-1's GDT Record, 4-2-1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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