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Game #11 ~ Dallas Stars @ Montreal Canadiens. Tuesday, October 30th, 2018.


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MONTREAL - Here are five things you need to know ahead of Tuesday night's game against the Dallas Stars at the Bell Centre.

1. The Canadiens begin a set of three home games in five days when they play host to the Stars. Claude Julien's troops have every reason to feel good about themselves after posting a 3-0 win over the Boston Bruins on Saturday night at TD Garden. Carey Price earned the 290th win of his career, surpassing Patrick Roy to take sole possession of second spot on the Habs' all-time wins list among goaltenders. Brendan Gallagher scored his team-leading sixth goal of the season, while Max Domi ran his point streak to six consecutive games. He leads the Canadiens with 11 points (5g - 6a) so far this year. 

2. Following Tuesday's morning skate on the South Shore, head coach Claude Julien confirmed that defenseman Noah Juulsen is still dealing with an upper-body injury and would be unavailable for the tilt against Dallas. That means that the Canadiens will be sticking with the same lineup that bested the Bruins over the weekend in Boston. As such, both Andrew Shaw and Nikita Scherbak will be healthy scratches up front versus the Stars.

3. For their part, the Stars are coming off a 4-2 loss to the Red Wings on Sunday night in Detroit. Head coach Jim Montgomery will be welcoming Alexander Radulov back to the lineup after a four-game absence with a lower-body injury. Tyler Seguin currently leads the Stars with 12 points (3g - 9a) in 10 games, while John Klingberg ranks second with 11 points (5g - 6a) and Radulov sits third with 10 (4g - 6a). Meanwhile, Jason Spezza is slated to play the 1,000th game of his NHL career on Tuesday night as the Stars continue to seek their first road win of the season.

4. If you're heading to the game on Tuesday night, dress up in your favorite Halloween costume and you could win a prize, courtesy of Cadbury Canada. Please make sure that your costume doesn't block the view of those fans seated around you. Likewise, if you're wearing a mask, you'll be asked to remove it when you go through Bell Centre security. No backpacks and/or violent costume-related accessories are permitted inside the arena.   

5. Tuesday night's contest also marks the second of 10 scheduled University Nights at the Bell Centre, providing students enrolled at participating universities the opportunity to purchase tickets in the Coors Light Zone for only $39. The offer includes one Coors Light as well. To purchase University Night tickets, see a list of participating schools, or to become your school's ambassador, click here. Fan Club members, meanwhile, can visit the kiosk in Section 115 to receive a complimentary Canadiens superhero cape. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. You can watch the game on TV on TSN2 and RDS, and listen to all the action on TSN Radio 690 and 98,5 fm. To purchase tickets, click here.




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Love the whatchamacallit at the top, Clues. :)



19 minutes ago, maas_art said:

Nice thread Clues.

Was hoping for Juulsen and Scherbak but I guess it will happen when it happens.  I think Radulov is still listed as a GTD but it sounds like he's most likely in.



Rad will play, and Shaw is still out (healthy scratch), Juulsen is out. That's the info I got from TSN. 


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13 minutes ago, ramcharger440 said:

This is going to be a tough one.

Not necessarily, I've been hearing that they are a 1 line team, with Seguin, Rad, Klingburg and Benn carrying the load. With those 4 players accounting for 16 of their 30 goals, whereas our scoring is more spread out. 

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2 minutes ago, BigTed3 said:

That's a sad call on Radulov. He did nothing there. Benefits us, but that's just dumb from the refs.

Watched a game the other day where a player got 4 for high sticking,,,, problem was that it was a teammates stick that hit him.

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Anytime I see a player like Alzner on a two on one I always remember Rod Langway and Rick Green somehow winding up on a two on one, looking at each other ... looking back at the dzone and then Langway ringing it around the boards from the blue line and both of them "racing" back to their end.

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17 minutes ago, BigTed3 said:

Yeah, they call the dumb one on Radulov then they allow a knee on knee and a butt end to Domi's face too... brutal reffing.

Ian Walsh #29,,,,,,,,Frederick L’Ecuyer #17

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