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Looks like Clues is busy ....

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for Christmas....

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Time to send in the ,,,,,

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Yesterdays practice lines

Max Pacioretty - Phillip Danault - Alexander Radulov
Artturi Lehkonen - Tomas Plekanec - Brian Flynn
Paul Byron - Torrey Mitchell - Brendan Gallagher
Daniel Carr - Michael McCarron -Chris Terry / Sven Andrighetto

Alexei Emelin - Shea Weber
Mark Barberio - Jeff Petry
Nathan Beaulieu - Zach Redmond

Ducks won in T.O last night so they're on the second road game of a B2B. We on the other hand, should be well rested.

Markov is a confirmed scratch and Shaw didn't practice yesterday,,, so is likely also scratched.

How's that saying go again??? NO ,,,,,,


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DUCKS (17-11-5) @ CANADIENS (20-7-4)

BROSSARD - The Canadiens will begin a rather intense sequence of three games in four nights on Tuesday when they play host to the Anaheim Ducks at the Bell Centre.

After being forced to leave Saturday night's game in Washington with a lower-body injury, Andrei Markov's status for Tuesday night's contest remains questionable. If he isn't able to play, Zach Redmond will take his spot in the lineup.

Carey Price will be between the pipes against Anaheim. It will mark his sixth consecutive start. In his last outing on Saturday, Price stopped 20 of 21 shots against to lead the Canadiens to a 2-1 win. Artturi Lehkonen and Jeff Petry lit the lamp for Montreal.

We don't yet know who the Ducks will be going with in goal on Tuesday night, but it could be Jonathan Bernier since John Gibson led the Ducks to a 3-2 win over the Maple Leafs on Monday night in Toronto.

Randy Carlyle's contingent will be playing their fifth game on a six-game road trip, having already registered two wins and two losses during the trek already. The Ducks are 7-7-4 on the road so far this season. For their part, Michel Therrien's troops have 14 wins on home ice, which is tops in the NHL.

Tuesday night's contest will mark the second and final regular-season meeting between the two teams. Back on November 29, the Ducks downed the Canadiens 2-1 at the Honda Center.

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