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DEVILS (21-22-9) at CANADIENS (32-15-3)

TV: TVA, City, MSG+
Radio: TSN 690 CKGM, WFAN 660

Canadiens Last 5: 3-2-0 (L2)
Devils Last 5: 4-0-1 (W3)

Season series: Michael Bournival scored two goals, P.K. Subban had three assists, and Carey Price made 22 saves when the Montreal Canadiens defeated the New Jersey Devils 4-2 on Jan. 2 at Prudential Center.

Devils team scope: Goaltender Keith Kinkaid will make his seventh start of the season. Cory Schneider defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-1 on Friday and the Devils won a third straight game for the second time this season; they opened the schedule 3-0-0. Patrik Elias became the 91st player in NHL history to score 400 goals. Jaromir Jagr scored his 716th goal late in the third period and trails Phil Esposito by one for fifth in NHL history.

Leading Scorers: Jaromír Jágr and Adam Henrique (11-17-28)
Ice Time Leader: Andy Greene (23:29 ATOI)

Canadiens team scope: Coach Michel Therrien confirmed after practice Friday that Price would make his 41st start. Montreal closes a four-game homestand on Saturday and will travel to TD Garden to play the Boston Bruins on Sunday. Forward Brandon Prust is listed as questionable with the flu; he did not practice Friday, according to the Canadiens. Defenseman Tom Gilbert, whose wife gave birth to a boy Thursday, returned to practice and was paired with usual partner Alexei Emelin. Forward Jacob De La Rose, who was recalled from the American Hockey League on Thursday, skated on a line with Lars Eller and Christian Thomas.

Leading Scorer: Max Pacioretty (23-18-41)
Ice Time Leader: P.K. Subban (25:35 ATOI)

All Time Record vs. New Jersey: 70-60-10-3 (535. Point %)

Last Meeting:

02/01/15


MTL 4 - NJD 2
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The Devils played last night, NO EXCUSES!!

No matter what, every NHL coach out there always falls back on the, "Any team can beat any team in this league on any given night," excuse. As if that makes losing to Arizona and Buffalo okay. :lol:

Au contraire mon ami, they have Cammalleri,,,,,,Zubrus,,,,,,Ryder,,,,,,Gomez,,,, annnnnnnnnnnnnnnd a rookie goalie playing in his 11th game,,who has never been in the Bell.

Sounds like 5-1 NJ to me.

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