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THE BLEEDING STOPS TONIGHT!

THE SAME TEAM WE SLAUGHTERED  2 WEEKS AGO TONIGHT WILL VISIT US FOR ANOTHER GO-ROUND.

 

  7:30 PM ET  Detroit @ Montreal  TSN2, RDS, FS-D

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WE MUST START A WINNING STREAK TONIGHT WITH REGULATION WINS.

Coming off one of their worst beatings of the season, a loss that dropped them outside the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference, the Montreal Canadiens will try to regroup when they host the lowly Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night. Montreal has won eight in a row versus the Red Wings, including all three meetings this season.

From the Detroit News:

"1. Canadiens F Max Domi has one assist in five games since a five-point eruption in Detroit.

2. Larkin has scored 18 of his 27 goals on the road.

3. Montreal called up G Charlie Lindgren from Laval of the American Hockey League on Monday.

PREDICTION: Canadiens 4, Red Wings 2

 

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 We do probably need to win pretty much every remaining home game as well as both games against Carolina and Colombus on away ice.

Since Feb. 10th, Joel Armia has 4 goals in 13 games.......
That might not be impressive, but that's more than Drouin, Danault, Lehkonen, Kotkaniemi and Petry........combined.

Since the big win vs Winnipeg, Habs have the 25th (best-worst) record in the whole league. 25th is where Habs were supposed to finish this season.

Larkin is out.

 

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