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I GUESS THIS GOES HERE, IT'S HARD TO TELL ANYMORE, BUT IT'S THE DAY WE'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR.

GAMEDAY!!!!

TONIGHT, THOSE BEARS FROM BEANTOWN COME-A-CALLIN FOR TWO POINTS TO TAKE BACK HOME.

 

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Where they stand

The Canadiens (18-20-4), who have won their last two games, are in 14th place in the 16-team Eastern Conference, eight points behind the Carolina Hurricanes (20-16-8) for the final wild-card playoff spot. The Canadiens hold two games in hand on Carolina.

The Bruins (23-10-7) are in second place in the Atlantic Division, 12 points behind the Tampa Bay Lightning (31-10-3). The Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs (25-17-3) both have 53 points, but the Bruins hold five games in hand.

The Bruins have won their last two games against the Canadiens and are 4-3-0 in their last seven meetings following a 1-10-2 stretch. The Bruins have won three of their last four games at the Bell Centre.

 

Price will make his seventh straight start Saturday night and will start for the 19th time in the last 20 games since missing 10 games in November with a lower-body injury. Price has a 10-7-1 record with a 2.36 goals-against average and a .930 save percentage since returning to the lineup, improving his season stats to 13-14-2 with a 2.89 GAA and .911 save percentage.

“They’re playing well … they’re playing good hockey and it’s definitely going to be a challenge,” Price said about facing the Bruins.

NOW THE BAD NEWS.

Gallagher leads the Canadiens in scoring with 16-7-23 totals, but ranks only 149th on the NHL scoring list. Gallagher is followed on the Canadiens by Max Pacioretty (10-13-23), Alex Galchenyuk (10-13-23), Phillip Danault (7-15-22), Shaw (10-9-19) and Jonathan Drouin (5-14-19).

The Canadiens rank 29th in the NHL in offence, scoring an average of 2.52 goals per game, and 22nd in defence, allowing an average of 3.05 goals per game. They rank 16th on the power play (19 per cent) and 25th in penalty-killing (78.4 per cent).

I can't find kinot-2's GDT Record, :5155:

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2 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

I GUESS THIS GOES HERE, IT'S HARD TO TELL ANYMORE, BUT IT'S THE DAY WE'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR.

GAMEDAY!!!!

TONIGHT, THOSE BEARS FROM BEANTOWN COME-A-CALLIN FOR TWO POINTS TO TAKE BACK HOME.

 

PIC.jpg

 

Where they stand

The Canadiens (18-20-4), who have won their last two games, are in 14th place in the 16-team Eastern Conference, eight points behind the Carolina Hurricanes (20-16-8) for the final wild-card playoff spot. The Canadiens hold two games in hand on Carolina.

The Bruins (23-10-7) are in second place in the Atlantic Division, 12 points behind the Tampa Bay Lightning (31-10-3). The Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs (25-17-3) both have 53 points, but the Bruins hold five games in hand.

The Bruins have won their last two games against the Canadiens and are 4-3-0 in their last seven meetings following a 1-10-2 stretch. The Bruins have won three of their last four games at the Bell Centre.

 

Price will make his seventh straight start Saturday night and will start for the 19th time in the last 20 games since missing 10 games in November with a lower-body injury. Price has a 10-7-1 record with a 2.36 goals-against average and a .930 save percentage since returning to the lineup, improving his season stats to 13-14-2 with a 2.89 GAA and .911 save percentage.

“They’re playing well … they’re playing good hockey and it’s definitely going to be a challenge,” Price said about facing the Bruins.

NOW THE BAD NEWS.

Gallagher leads the Canadiens in scoring with 16-7-23 totals, but ranks only 149th on the NHL scoring list. Gallagher is followed on the Canadiens by Max Pacioretty (10-13-23), Alex Galchenyuk (10-13-23), Phillip Danault (7-15-22), Shaw (10-9-19) and Jonathan Drouin (5-14-19).

The Canadiens rank 29th in the NHL in offence, scoring an average of 2.52 goals per game, and 22nd in defence, allowing an average of 3.05 goals per game. They rank 16th on the power play (19 per cent) and 25th in penalty-killing (78.4 per cent).

I can't find kinot-2's GDT Record, :5155:

GO HABS GO!!!! Lets sweep these three coming up from the Bruins!!! Time to start our 2nd half comeback!!! GO HABS GO!!!

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