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

On this day in hockey history 1999 – Washington Capitals set NHL records by scoring eight goals in a mere 9:34 and nine goals in 11:32 (all in the second period) on route to a 10-0 win against the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning.
Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | February 3, 7:30 PM ET | TV: SNE, RDS, MSG-B


31 (30th) Points (NHL Position) 67 (5th)
14-33-3 Record 32-14-3
10-13-2 Home 17-6-2
4-20-1 Road 15-8-1
0-10-0 Last 10 6-3-1
1.76 G/G 2.55
3.56 GA/G 2.24
11.4 PP% 16.2
73.7 PK% 84.3
 Projected Line Combinations and Goaltenders (subject to change)
Ennis – Girgensons – Stewart
Moulson – Mitchell – Gionta
Deslauriers – Flynn – Stafford
Benoit – Ellis – Kaleta
Pacioretty – Plekanec – Weise
Galchenyuk – Desharnais – Gallagher
Sekac – Eller – De La Rose
Prust – Dumont – Thomas
Expected scratches: Malhotra, Parenteau, Bournival
Gorges – Myers
Zadorov – Ristolainen
Weber – Mezaros
Markov – Subban
Beaulieu – Gonchar
Emelin – Gilbert
Expected scratches: Weaver
Jhonas Enroth (Confirmed) Carey Price (Confirmed)
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 11-19-2
GAA: 3.42
Sv%: .899
SO: 1
Alternate: Matt Hackett
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 27-10-2
GAA: 2.03
Sv%: .933
SO: 4
Alternate: Dustin Tokarski
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  1. Four points the Habs threw down the drain now it’s time to pull up their socks & get ready to play some serious hockey down the stretch Devils this Saturday & the Bruins on Sunday.
    The four points may not seem to worrisome right now but they may mean the difference of home ice advantage come play-off time.
    This lack of discipline is not acceptable in my opinion & the Habs have to pull together & get back to playing good organized hockey as a team working together as one.
    I feel it is time for GM Marc Bergevin to go out & get the Habs some help up front in time for the play-off run.
    Go Habs Go !!!

    • It would seem that Bergevin has been making calls looking for scoring and an upgrade on defense. As with any trade the key is the organization will have to give up. Giving up assets like Fucale or Beaulieu wouldn’t have a big impact on the prospect pool but my hope is that De La Rose, McCarron and Scherbak would be considered untouchable.

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