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Thu, 24 Sep 2015 Capitals @ Canadiens 7:30 PM EST RDS TSN 690


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Thanks for the GDT, 93.

I'll always remember that slapping that Semin gave. :lol:

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#Habs lines vs #Capitals: Eller - Galchenyuk - Semin Fleischmann - Desharnais - Weise Hudon - Flynn - Andrighetto Thomas - McCarron - Crisp
D & G vs #Capitals: Markov - Subban Tinordi - Gilbert Beaulieu - Lernout Tokarski Condon
I also heard that Ov will be in the lineup, but not for us. :P
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Thanks for the GDT, 93.

I'll always remember that slapping that Semin gave. :lol:

John Lu
#Habs lines vs #Capitals: Eller - Galchenyuk - Semin Fleischmann - Desharnais - Weise Hudon - Flynn - Andrighetto Thomas - McCarron - Crisp
D & G vs #Capitals: Markov - Subban Tinordi - Gilbert Beaulieu - Lernout Tokarski Condon
I also heard that Ov will be in the lineup, but not for us. :P

This.

Also good to see us play a game with good quality of competition.

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The Habs are set to play their first of three consecutive exhibition games in three nights Thursday night at the Bell Centre, as they receive a visit from the Washington Capitals. Tuesday night, the Canadiens suffered a 2-1 overtime loss at the hands of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Michael McCarron made his professional hockey debut a memorable one, scoring the lone goal for the Canadiens.

For the second game of the preseason calendar, Michel Therrien will turn to his veterans P.K. Subban, Andrei Markov and the trio of Alex Galchenyuk, Lars Eller and Alexander Semin. Russian sniper Alexander Semin will make his Habs debut against Washington, where he played his first seven NHL seasons.

McCarron, Sven Andrighetto, Christian Thomas and Jarred Tinordi, who made their preseason debuts on Tuesday against the Leafs, will be new in uniform again Thursday night. While prospects Charles Hudon, Brett Lernout and Connor Crisp will don the Bleu Blanc et Rouge in their first preseason appearance.

In net, Dustin Tokarski and Mike Condon will share the crease for the Canadiens. The visiting Capitals will play their third game in four nights after defeating the Carolina Hurricanes 2-0 on Monday and a 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins Tuesday night.

Alex Ovechkin, Tom Wilson, John Carlson and newcomers T.J. Oshie and Justin Williams are in the visitors’ lineup for Thursday night’s matchup against the Canadiens.

Braden Holtby and Dan Ellis are expected to split the work between the pipes for the Capitals.

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I don't want to get too sarcastic, as it isn't even the regular season yet, but they should at least be used to playing from behind after last year... :P

Yes the first periods were pretty awful.

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I don't want to get too sarcastic, as it isn't even the regular season yet, but they should at least be used to playing from behind after last year... :P

New season same soul sucking system

Yes the first periods were pretty awful.

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Other than that have a good game everyone!

Sorry man just trying to be helpful totally forgot

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