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Eyes On The Prize Oct 16, 2019
Recap: Two golden minutes are enough for Tampa

Recap: Two golden minutes are enough for Tampa

Vasilevskiy and poor execution see Montreal lose by two. The Montreal Canadiens suited up for action again on Tuesday night, moving on from the win against the reigning Stanley Cup champions by facing the Tampa Bay Lightning. Nick Suzuki continued on the fourth line with Nate Thompson and Paul Byron, while Jordan Weal took his place on the second with Max Domi and Artturi Lehkonen. On the back end Ben Chiarot and Christian Folin started on the third pairing with Brett Kulak taking the spot next to Jeff Petry. The Lightning started off controlling the game, with the Canadiens focusing in on...
A Winning Habit Oct 14, 2019

Montreal Canadiens: Why Brett Kulak Should Be On Habs First Defence Pairing

The Montreal Canadiens made an excellent trade when they acquired Brett Kulak from the Calgary Flames. They scratched him for two games, but should have him on the team’s top defence pairing. The Montreal Canadiens have taken advantage of poor asset management by the Calgary Flames a couple of times in the past four years. […] Montreal Canadiens: Why Brett Kulak Should Be On Habs First Defence Pairing - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Montreal Gazette Oct 12, 2019

Canadiens Game Day: Claude Julien juggles his defence pairings

Brett Kulak joins Jeff Petry on second pairing, while Ben Chiarot drops to third pairing with Christian Folin for game vs. Blues.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 12, 2019
Habs lineup news: Some tweaks to forward lines, a shake-up on defence

Habs lineup news: Some tweaks to forward lines, a shake-up on defence

Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/ Jordan Weal moves up to the top six, while Brett Kulak takes Mikey Reilly’s place. After the first regulation loss of the 2019-20 season, Claude Julien decided to make a few changes to the Montreal Canadiens’ alignment that will face off with the St. Louis Blues this evening. #Habs Trios ce matinTatar-Danault-GallagherLehkonen-Domi-WealDrouin-Kotkaniemi-ArmiaByron-Thompson-SuzukiCousinsMete-WeberKulak-PetryChiarot-FolinReilly-Fleury— Guillaume Lefrançois (@glefrancoisLP) October 12, 2019 Despite a difficult game as far as discipline goes on...

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