Game Day – Canadiens vs Blues: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

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On this day in hockey history 2002 – Team Canada won Olympic Gold in Hockey by beating Team U.S.A. 5-2 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Joe Sakic led the scoring with two goals and two assists.
Matchup
Scottrade Center, St. Louis, MO. | February 24, 8:00 PM ET | TV: FS-MW, RDS, SNE

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BLUES CANADIENS
80 (4th) Points (NHL Position) 81 (3rd)
38-17-4 Record 38-16-4
22-7-2 Home 21-7-4
16-10-2 Road 17-9-1
6-4-0 Last 10 6-2-2
3.03 G/G 2.56
2.44 GA/G 2.19
23.5 PP% 16.7
80.8 PK% 85.5

Goalies

Projected Line Combinations and Goaltenders (subject to change)
Forwards
Berglund – Backes – Oshie Steen – Lehtera – Tarasenko Schwartz – Stastny – Jaskin Ott – Goc – Reaves Pacioretty – Desharnais – Gallagher Eller – Plekanec – Galchenyuk Prust – De La Rose – Weise Bournival – Malhotra – Thomas Expected scratches: Parenteau
Defensemen
Bouwmeester – Pietrangelo Gunarsson – Lindbohm Jackman- Cole Markov – Subban Beaulieu – Gilbert Tinordi – Pateryn Expected scratches: Weaver, Emelin, Gonchar
 Jake Allen (Confirmed) Carey Price (Confirmed)
2014-2015 Season: Record: 17-5-2 GAA: 2.39 Sv%: .909 SO: 3 Alternate: Brian Elliott 2014-2015 Season: Record: 33-11-3 GAA: 1.91 Sv%: .935 SO: 5 Alternate: Dustin Tokarski
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