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12-07-2010, 12:27 AM
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Ottawa @ Montreal

Alfredsson should light up tonight. No points in his last 7 games, longest dry stream since rookie year (LOOOONG TIME AGO)


Projected lineups



Bobby Butler - Jason Spezza - Daniel Alfredsson
Milan Michalek - Mike Fisher - Alex Kovalev
Nick Foligno - Chris Kelly - Chris Neil
Jarkko Ruutu - Jesse Winchester - Ryan Shannon

Chris Phillips - Sergei Gonchar
Filip Kuba - Erik Karlsson
Chris Campoli - Matt Carkner

Leclaire
Elliott




Michael Cammalleri - Scott Gomez - Travis Moen
Andrei Kostitsyn - Tomas Plekanec - Brian Gionta
Tom Pyatt - Jeff Halpern - Maxim Lapierre
Benoit Pouliot - Lars Eller - Mathieu Darche

Hal Gill - Josh Gorges
Jaroslav Spacek - Roman Hamrlik
Yannick Weber - Alexandre Picard

Price
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12-07-2010, 12:45 AM
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I really want Regin back in the line-up.... but who do we take out? My pick would be Alfredsson or Fisher, as they both tend to miss a lot of practice. Let them rest. It's not like Regin's a scrub who can't handle a game.

Either way, I see today as Butler's first goal. Sens win 3-2.
Butler
Kovalev
Spezza

Darche
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12-07-2010, 12:51 AM
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I wouldn't mind putting Fisher on the third line, then putting Regin as 2nd line C, then scratch Winchester.

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I heard somewhere that Kovie is out for tomorrow? Can anyone confirm?

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Habs won't give us the glorious opportunities that the Rangers did. However, if the effort level from that game is there, we should have a good chance to make it a tight game.

Hopefully, Gill-Gorges will be playing against the Spezza line, giving Kovalev a chance to shine vs. the two lesser D-pairings.

Carey Price in goal means that an outstanding offensive performance or an absolutely full effort to create traffic and taking some bruises for the team will be needed to score. We haven't had many of those lately, but here's to believing!

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i have a feeling that regin will be back in, either by one of the old guys resting or by foligno being scratched.

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I don't know who will be scratched, but you can to Vegas with the Ruutu-Kelly-Neil line staying together.

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