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IT'S GAMEDAY AGAIN. 

TONIGHT OUR BFFs WILL TAKE ON THE TAMP BAY LIGHTNING

 

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7:30 PM ET    Montreal @ Tampa Bay    SUN, TSN2, RDS, TSN 690 Radio

THE BOLTS ARE ON TOP OF THE WHOLE LEAGUE WITH 54 PTs. WHILE OUT HAPLESS HABS ARE STUCK IN QUICKSAND WITH 36 PTs.

THE BOLTS ARE 15-2-1 AT HOME, AND ARE 9-1-0 IN THEIR LAST 10GP.

WHILE OUR HABBYS ARE 7-10-1 ON THE ROAD AND ARE SPORTING A SPARKLING 7-10-1 ON THE ROAD. 

TUNE IN FOR 

SUSPENSE,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, WILL CAREY OR ANTI PLAY.

COMEDY,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AS WE CHUCKLE AT THE HABS INEPTNESS

INTRIGUE,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,WILL SERGACHEV OUTSHINE DRUOIN? 

SHOCK,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,IF WE WIN THE GAME

 

The Lightning are back in action following the Christmas break, taking on the Canadiens for the first time this season. Prior to the break, Tampa Bay had put together two straight wins over Ottawa and Minnesota. The Canadiens will be playing the second half of a back-to-back after facing the Hurricanes in Raleigh on Wednesday. 

T-BAY LINE-UPS

Lines from Thursday's morning skate. Subject to change.

Forwards
Vladislav Namestnikov - Steven Stamkos - Nikita Kucherov

Ondrej Palat - Brayden Point - Tyler Johnson

Alex Killorn - Yanni Gourde - Cory Conacher

Chris Kunitz - Cedric Paquette - J.T. Brown

Defensemen
Victor Hedman - Jake Dotchin

Mikhail Sergachev - Anton Stralman

Braydon Coburn - Dan Girardi

Slater Koekkoek - Andrej Sustr

Goaltenders
Andrei Vasilevskiy or Peter Budaj

 

HABS LINE-UPS 

WHO KNOWS? 

kinot-2s GDT Record, 10-7-0

 

 

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The Canadiens (16-17-4) rank 25th in the overall NHL standings, while the Lightning (26-7-2) are No. 1 — 18 points ahead of Montreal. The Lightning also have the No. 1 offence in the NHL, averaging 3.74 goals per game, and the No. 1 power play, clicking at 26.2 per cent. That power play could be big trouble for the Canadiens, who rank 28th in the NHL in penalty-killing at 76.8 per cent.

Wednesday’s loss in Carolina marked the 21st time in 37 games the Canadiens have scored two goals or less.

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Just now, Regis22 said:

TAMPA 6 ( maybe more )

MONTREAL 0

Back to back, road game, against best team in the league,  with Best PP and Habs terrible PK, No Weber .

It could get ugly or it could be a snooze fest

I'm gonna tune in hoping Stamkos and co. absolutely pummel us. Every loss gives me hope of MB getting fired.

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1 minute ago, Regis22 said:

TAMPA 6 ( maybe more )

MONTREAL 0

Back to back, road game, against best team in the league,  with Best PP and Habs terrible PK, No Weber .

It could get ugly or it could be a snooze fest

I read a great analogy re us fans. "

"Its like watching a bug die on a window sill, you know its in pain and the end is near but you keep watching anyway"
 
 

 

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