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12-03-2011, 08:32 AM
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Montreal @ Los Angeles - 3:30PM - RDS/CBC/NHLN-US/FS-W

GAME STARTS AT 3:30PM ET







:: CBC
:: RDS HD
:: NHLN-US
:: FS-W HD

:: TSN-RADIO>990 <LISTEN>
:: 98,5FM <ECOUTER>

:: <LIVE STREAM 1>
:: <LIVE STREAM 2>
:: <LIVE STREAM 3>





:: MONTREAL
Kostitsyn-Plekanec-Gionta
Cammalleri-Desharnais-Cole
Moen-Eller-Leblanc
Darche-Nokelainen-Palushaj

Gorges-Subban
Gill-Weber/Diaz
Emelin-St Denis

Carey Price
Peter Budaj



:: LOS ANGELES
Brown-Kopitar-Gagné
Penner-Stoll-Williams
Richardson-Loktionov-Westgarth
Clifford-Fraser-Moreau

Doughty-Scuderi
Johnson-Voynov
Greene-Drewiske

Jonathan Bernier
Jonathan Quick





:: MONTREAL
Carey Price (NOT CONFIRMED)
9-8-5 - 2.29 GAA - .917% - 2 SO

:: LOS ANGELES
Jonathan Bernier (CONFIRMED)
2-2-0 - 3.02 GAA - .885% - 0 SO






:: MONTREAL
Andrei Markov Knee - IR
Ryan White Hernia - IR - Out indefinitely
Chris Campoli Leg - IR - Out indefinitely
Scott Gomez Groin - IR
Jaroslav Spacek Upper body - IR
Andreas Engqvist Lower body - IR
Max Pacioretty Suspension


:: LOS ANGELES
Willie Mitchell Lower body - Out for this game
Mike Richards Upper body - IR
Dustin Penner Hand - Activated from IR - Probable for this game







:: RANKINGS

Canadiens: 5th in NE Division - 11th in Conference (25pts - 10-11-5)
Kings: 2nd in Pacific Division - 6th in Conference (30pts - 13-8-4)

Canadiens on the road: 6-6-1
Kings at home: 8-6-1

:: CURRENT STREAK

Canadiens: SOL 1
Kings: Won 2


:: SPECIAL TEAMS

:: MONTREAL:
PP: 11.8% (26th)
PK: 89.4% (4th)
Shorthanded Goal(s): 2
PP Opportunities/Times Shorthanded: 102/104

:: LOS ANGELES:
PP: 18.0% (11th)
PK: 85.3% (6th)
Shorthanded Goal(s): 3
PP Opportunities/Times Shorthanded: 100/102




:: LAST MATCH-UP

LAK@MTL - Nov. 24th 2010 - Canadiens Win: 4-1







12/01/11 - Canadiens@Sharks: 4-3 Sharks SO Win


12/01/11 - Panthers@Kings: 2-1 Kings Win








:: POINTS
Plekanec:21 Pacioretty:19 Cole:16
Kopitar:25 Richards:20 Williams:16

:: GOALS
Pacioretty:10 Cole:8 Moen:8
Richards:11 Kopitar:10 Gagné:7

:: ASSISTS
Plekanec:16 Desharnais:12 Subban:10
Kopitar:15 Williams:13 Brown:10

:: +/-
Gorges:+11 Moen:+5 Cole:+3
Voynov:+5 Brown:+4 Mitchell:+4

:: PIM
Subban:35 Moen:28 Nokelainen:22
Penner:25 Clifford:25 Westgarth:21


FOR COMPLETE STATS VISIT MONTREAL AND LOS ANGELES TEAM PAGES

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12-03-2011, 08:35 AM
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Wow Diaz sits before Weber?

Not one to diss or players, but Weber was really bad in the game against San Jose and I find Diaz has played a bit better than Weber. Diaz hasn't been great by any stretch as well, but he has played a bit better IMO than Weber but gets sat?

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Sorry Habs4life74, it's an afternoon game and it's past the suggested deadline for GDTs. Mods feel free to edit or merge if Habs4life74 had something ready and wants to post it later.

GO Habs GO!

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Wow Diaz sits before Weber?

Not one to diss or players, but Weber was really bad in the game against San Jose and I find Diaz has played a bit better than Weber.
Nothing confirmed about lines, I kept the same probable lines as last game

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lol @ classy even if injured

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Bernier in for the Kings

3-0 for the Angels.

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Missed both games this week, started too late for me with work in the morning, kind of excited for an afternoon game so I can still go to the Mooseheads game tonight and see Roy coach the Remparts.

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Brown - Kopitar - Gagne
Penner - Stoll - Williams
Richardson - Loktionov - Westgarth
Clifford - Fraser - Moreau

Doughty - Scuderi
Johnson - Voynov
Greene - Drewiske

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Clifford - Fraser - Moreau
Richardson - Loktionov - Westgarth
That's a good bunch of no names... I say 2 of them score.

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That's a good bunch of no names... I say 2 of them score.
You've never heard of Ethan Moreau?

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You've never heard of Ethan Moreau?
Sure when he was somewhat of a factor in the late 90's early 00'...

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Sure when he was somewhat of a factor in the late 90's early 00'...
Still, calling them no names is a bit of a stretch. Their third line has been decent so far this season. Fourth line, meh, it adds energy but nothing spectacular. At the same time no worse than any other fourth line out there.

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Cool, a game at a decent hour.
Surprising, because it means its quite early in LA...

I expect a low-scoring affair, but i hope that we can have a lucky bounce for once. Their bottom-6 could be exposed if we manage to have three solid lines, but thats going to happen only if the D is ready to play.

After our unfortunate start of the season, it would be an appropriate time to have that lucky bounce with us since we're not really consistent lately. And that would help to calm down the mood around here...

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On top of the sharks video you wrote Canadiens @ Flyers by accident.

Otherwise, nice GDT. Your express GDTs are awesome.

Hopefully we win this one. Or, we get destroyed and maybe Martin's out of a job?

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Still, calling them no names is a bit of a stretch. Their third line has been decent so far this season. Fourth line, meh, it adds energy but nothing spectacular. At the same time no worse than any other fourth line out there.
Ohhh I'm sure they're effective and very decent... It's just when you see names you never heard or haven't heard in a decade you just know there's a good chance they'll score! Jamie McGinn, Devante Smith-Pelly...

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12-03-2011, 09:39 AM
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I'm excited .

Hope we win , if not I'll be excited for other reasons /

"win win" situation i guess.

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I'm excited .

Hope we win , if not I'll be excited for other reasons /

"win win" situation i guess.
Someone made a bet against the Habs I feel...

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LA's worst record is against the Habs.
Habs best record is against LA.
Bernier is starting.

Stars = Aligned.

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LA's worst record is against the Habs.
Habs best record is against LA.
Pretty impressive actually.

We're 91-28-20 since they joined the league (playoffs included)

581 GF vs 380 GA

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LA's worst record is against the Habs.
Habs best record is against LA.
Bernier is starting.

Stars = Aligned.
Bernier wants Martin/Gauthier out, i can feel it .

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GDT Express.

I like Moen and I appreciate what he's done so far this year, but why not make the bottom line useful and move Palushaj up with Eller/Kostitsyn??

Moen-Noke-Darche is a much more useful line and can actually be relied upon to play a semi-normal shift.

PS. I miss Blunden. I like what he brought.

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GDT Express.

I like Moen and I appreciate what he's done so far this year, but why not make the bottom line useful and move Palushaj up with Eller/Kostitsyn??

Moen-Noke-Darche is a much more useful line and can actually be relied upon to play a semi-normal shift.

PS. I miss Blunden. I like what he brought.
You mean in his 65 seconds of ice time per game? Cause Jacques didn't.

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I remember the last time we played LA in an afternoon game, it was during the great 2008-2009 season (sigh) and we were in a slump like we are right now. LA was disallowed a goal for no real reason and Chris Higgins scored GWG or tying goal in a controversial matter when he shoved the defense man away and got away with it. That was the game that classy analyst/player Denis Gauthier destroyed Josh Gorges from behind.

You guys wish you had a memory like this

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I remember the last time we played LA in an afternoon game, it was during the great 2008-2009 season (sigh) and we were in a slump like we are right now. LA was disallowed a goal for no real reason and Chris Higgins scored GWG or tying goal in a controversial matter when he shoved the defense man away and got away with it. That was the game that classy analyst/player Denis Gauthier destroyed Josh Gorges from behind.

You guys wish you had a memory like this
Higgins scored the tying goal, the defenceman was Doughty, pretty sure Koivu scored the OT winner.

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