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Canadiens vs Hurricanes third period thread

A late goal by David Desharnais brought Montreal's lead to three. The fourth line has been on fire tonight, grinding their way to another goal, with a little help from David Desharnais. This might be Carey Price's easiest game of the year. Scoring Summary 1ST PERIOD 05:51 MTL Dale Weise (10) Wrist shot - ASST: Manny Malhotra (3), Brandon Prust (13) 1 - 0 MTL 08:42 MTL Brendan Gallagher (20) Backhand shot - ASST: Tomas Plekanec (28), Max Pacioretty(27) 2 - 0 MTL 2ND PERIOD 18:48 MTL David Desharnais (12) Wrist shot - ASST: Tom Gilbert (8), Dale Weise (18) Penalty...

Canadiens vs Coyotes Game Thread, Lines, & TV schedule

Can the Habs get back on the winning track? After making their tour of California, and coming out of the Golden State with 1 of 6 points, the Habs have moved west to the Arizona desert known also as Glendale to take on a team that has been one of the worst in the NHL and even more so to be considered "a team of the future" after having exchanged most of its top players for draft picks at the trade deadline. The Habs had a chance to regroup yesterday with a practice in which Michel Therrien has shifted his lines somewhat. The familiar trio of Max Pacioretty, David Desharnais, and Dale Weise...

Canadiens vs Kings second period thread

The Habs were outperformed in the first and trail the Kings 2-0. Marion Gaborik scored on a powerplay on the Kings' 8th shot attempt of the period.  Moments later, the Habs would register their 1st shot attempt of the game, 5:04 in, a shot by Alex Galchenyuk that was blocked.The Habs grinding style is seeing them hold the puck for short bursts of possession, and they seem to be using their speed ineffectively to chase the puck. David Desharnais was caught chasing Jeff Carter on the Kings' second goal, which came on their 11th shot attempt of the period while the Habs still had to register...

Notes from practice: First look at the new Habs lineup

Where did the chips fall? Here's our first hint. Given that the Canadiens brought in three new players at the trade deadline, there was bound to be some roster modifications in the following days. With Jarred Tinordi, Greg Pateryn, and Christian Thomas having been sent back down to Hamilton, Michel Therrien has three new toys to use, in Brian Flynn, Torrey Mitchell, and Jeff Petry. Here's what the new lines looked like during practice this morning #Habs: les trois du jour. Pacioretty-Desharnais-Gallagher Eller-Plekanec-Galchenyuk Parenteau-JDLR-Smith-Pelly Prust-Flynn-Mitchell — J-F...

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