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

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On this day in hockey history 1934 – The NHL had its first All Star game, as a benefit to injured player Ace Bailey. Toronto defeated a team of All Stars from the league’s other seven teams, 7-3 at Maple Leaf Gardens. Bailey’s No. 6 uniform was the first in NHL history to be retired.
Matchup
Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | February 14, 7:00 PM ET | TV: CBC, NHLN-US, TVA

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TORONTO CANADIENS
50 (26th) Points (NHL Position) 74 (4th)
23-29-4 Record 35-15-4
16-12-0 Home 19-7-3
7-17-4 Road 16-8-1
1-8-1 Last 10 7-2-1
2.79 G/G 2.61
3.05 GA/G 2.24
19.0 PP% 16.7
83.8 PK% 84.9
Projected Line Combinations and Goaltenders (subject to change)
Forwards
van Riemsdyk – Bozak – Kessel
Winnik – Kadri – Panik
Komarov – Holland – Santorelli
Booth – Smith – Clarkson
Pacioretty – Desharnais – Weise
Galchenyuk – Plekanec – Gallagher
Eller – De La Rose – Thomas
Bournival – Malhotra – Prust
Expected scratches: Sekac, Parenteau
Defensemen
Reilly – Franson
Gardiner – Polak
Holzer – Robidas
Markov – Subban
Beaulieu – Gonchar
Emelin – Weaver
Expected scratches: Gilbert
Goalies
Jonathan Bernier (Confirmed) Carey Price (Confirmed)
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 16-17-4
GAA: 2.77
Sv%: .914
SO: 2
Alternate: James Reimer
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 30-11-2
GAA: 2.00
Sv%: .933
SO: 4
Alternate: Dustin Tokarski
Recap: Oilers vs Canadiens (Feb 12) – Click for Summary, 3-Stars, Presser

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