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

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On this day in hockey history 1967 – Montreal’s John Ferguson scored the only hat trick of his NHL career, as he lead the Canadiens to a 4-4 tie with the Rangers, in New York.
Matchup
Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | February 12, 7:30 PM ET | TV: RDS, SNE, SNW

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OILERS CANADIENS
39 (29th) Points (NHL Position) 73 (5th)
15-31-9 Record 35-15-3
9-16-2 Home 19-7-2
6-15-7 Road 16-8-1
5-5-0 Last 10 8-2-0
2.20 G/G 2.60
3.24 GA/G 2.21
14.4 PP% 17.0
79.5 PK% 84.6
Projected Line Combinations and Goaltenders (subject to change)
Forwards
Purcell – Nugent-Hopkins – Eberle
Hamilton – Roy – Yakupov
Gazdic – Lander – Pakarinen
Hendricks – Gordon – Klinkhammer
Pacioretty – Desharnais – Weise
Galchenyuk – Plekanec – Gallagher
De La Rose – Eller – Thomas
Prust – Bournival – Sekac
Expected scratches: Malhotra, Parenteau
Defensemen
Ference – Petry
Klefboom – Schultz
Marincin – Fayne
Markov – Subban
Beaulieu – Gonchar
Emelin – Gilbert
Expected scratches: Weaver
Goalies
Viktor Fasth (Confirmed) Dustin Tokarski (Confirmed)
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 5-14-2
GAA: 3.33
Sv%: .889
SO: 0
Alternate: Ben Scrivens
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 5-4-1
GAA: 2.56
Sv%: .916
SO: 0
Alternate: Carey Price
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