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02-19-2008, 11:49 AM
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GDT: 02/19/08: Montreal Canadiens vs New York Rangers - 730 pm et. RDS, FSNY, CJAD

New York Rangers (30-24-7) vs Montreal Canadiens (32-19-9)

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The Canadiens are 13-10-5 at home.
The Rangers are 11-11-7 on the road.


Season Series: New York Rangers lead (3-0-0)
Last Meeting: Rangers won 5-3 on February 3, 2008


Location: Bell Centre in Montreal, PQ



TV: RDS(HD), FS-NY
Radio: CJAD


Important Statistics


Powerplay:
Montreal Canadiens: 1st in the NHL at 24.1 %
New York Rangers: 23rd in the NHL at 16.6 %

Penalty Kill:
Montreal Canadiens: 14th in the NHL at 81.8%
New York Rangers: 13th in the NHL at 82.4%

Faceoffs:
Montreal Canadiens: 23rd in the NHL at 48.4%
New York Rangers: 3rd in the NHL at 52.2%


Starting Goaltenders:

For your Montreal Canadiens:
Carey Price


(12-8-3) - .913 SV % - 2.72 GAA


and for the visiting New York Rangers:
Henrik Lundqvist


(26-21-5) - .909 SV % - 2.32 GAA

Projected Starting Lineups:

Montreal Canadiens:


A. Kostitsyn - Plekanec - Kovalev
Higgins - Koivu - S.Kostitsyn
Latendresse - Lapierre - Dandenault
Streit - Begin - Ryder

Markov- Komisarek
Hamrlik- O'byrne
Boullion - Gorges

Price
Huet


New York Rangers:


Avery- Dubinsky - Jagr
Dawes- Gomez - Shanahan
Straka- Drury - Callahan
Hollweg- Betts - Orr

Malik- Rozsival
Tyutin - Girardi
Strudwick- Mara

Lundqvist
Valiquette

Scratch: Hossa, Staal, Prucha

Players to watch:


Alexei Kovalev



Jaromir Jagr






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Well, let me be the first to say... GO HABS GO!!!!!

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And hopefully, Komi will own Avery!

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According to a poster on the Price thread Team 990 says it is the same line-up as last game. If this is true I'm glad Ryder is back in for tonight's game, he played well last game. A reinvigorated Ryder would be a huge asset going down the stretch.

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According to a poster on the Price thread Team 990 says it is the same line-up as last game. If this is true I'm glad Ryder is back in for tonight's game, he played well last game. A reinvigorated Ryder would be a huge asset going down the stretch.
I just heard the same thing, No Smokes, Breezer or Kosto.

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According to a poster on the Price thread Team 990 says it is the same line-up as last game. If this is true I'm glad Ryder is back in for tonight's game, he played well last game. A reinvigorated Ryder would be a huge asset going down the stretch.

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Good. Smolinski and Brisebois should never play again.

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Kovalev vs Hollweg pt deux?

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Kovalev vs Hollweg pt deux?
I call a classic Sergei Kostitsyn hipcheck revenge.


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Kovalev vs Hollweg pt deux?
Never thought of that last game. This one should be interesting.

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Habs have to stay disciplined to win this one... no doubt, Hollweg, Orr et all feel somewhat responsible for the last games turn-around. No better way to fire back then with a couple of powerplay goals. Should be a great second half game, once the dust settles.

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I hope we can avoid the season sweep.

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C'mon Carey, time to show the Rags who's boss.

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Own another team Carey!!

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Glad Smoke and Breezer are still out!

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I expect another big game from Carey! And hopefully Komisarek destroys Avery.

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the Rangers need this win to put more distance between Buffalo and Boston, i doubt they will come out looking for revenge, this game too important right now for them. if we play smart and let the Rangers run around (if they chose to do so), that this will be an easy 2 points for us.

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Avery
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Be nice to get a win against the Rags, especially after the collapse in the last game against them. Hopefully Price can keep the hot streak going as well. Go Habs Go!

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Gonna be a pretty intense game tonight...looking forward to it and seeing how Price reacts.

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Beat Them at Their own Game- After two of the roughest games of the year against Philadelphia, I highly doubt the Canadiens will be intimidated by the shenanigans of Sean Avery and Ryan Hollweg. A lot of people have been complaining about Maxim Lapierre’s willingness to be an ‘edgy’ player, who is unwilling to defend himself after he gets under someone’s skin…that might bode quite well for him tonight. The Canadiens should do everything possible to play on that edge. The third and fourth lines are a huge key to winning this hockey game. Whether it’s Begin, or Kostopoulos, or Lapierre, they are going to have to instigate that edgy style of game, as opposed to letting their counterparts do it to their teammates.
- Eric Engles, Hockeybuzz.com

This is the most important game of the year. It once was New Jersey, now it is this. Engles column reminded me of how our momentum last season was knocked by New York. They have been doing a good job pushing us off of our game at the most inopportune time. We're riding high once again, so close to the top, but we know we are a flawed team. This close to the trade deadline, we need to prove, as a team, we can play hard but play smart. No cheapshots, no fighting, just hard checking, clean face off wins, and breaking down Lundqvist.

We beat the Rangers tonight, we can beat anyone.

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- Eric Engles, Hockeybuzz.com

This is the most important game of the year. It once was New Jersey, now it is this. Engles column reminded me of how our momentum last season was knocked by New York. They have been doing a good job pushing us off of our game at the most inopportune time. We're riding high once again, so close to the top, but we know we are a flawed team. This close to the trade deadline, we need to prove, as a team, we can play hard but play smart. No cheapshots, no fighting, just hard checking, clean face off wins, and breaking down Lundqvist.

We beat the Rangers tonight, we can beat anyone.
I hope you're damn right!

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