Good Morning Addicts!
|Tomas Plekanec will likely return to the Habs line up tonight |
aginst the Bruins.
Each game has been decided by one goal and the home team has yet to win on home ice. Tonight's contest is at the Bell Centre.
Michael Ryder, who won the Stanley Cup with Boston in 2010 is coming off a three point night and continues his point per game pace since re-joining the Habs earning 16 points in 15 tilts. Raphael Diaz and Rene Bourque are each inching closer to their return to the line-up but will both miss tonights game as they are recovering from concussions. Tomas Plekanec missed Thursday nights game against the Jets and his status for tonight is unknown. He was however on the ice for the morning skate and so he should be good to go.
Patrice Bergeron of the Bruins is also out with a concussion and Chris Kelly is doubtful as he recovers from a fractured tibia. Jaromir Jagr will tak part in his first game against the Habs as a Bruin and is more than likely going to be booed every time he touches the puck. When asked about the Habs/Bruins rivalry Jagr responded by saying " I know something happened when Zee (Zdeno Chara) hit that guy from Montreal, and since then things have turned around". Many Canadiens fans were angered by Jagr referring to Pacioretty as "that guy" especially because of the severity of the hit and will no doubt let Jagr know every time he's on the ice.
Habs And Hockey News
- Travis Moen has not quite lived up to most fans expectations this year. Here are Andrew Berkshire's (@AndrewBerkshire) thoughts in his Travis Moen half season review.
- It's hard to doubt Pat Hickey's (@Zababes1) belief that Carey Price and P.K. Subban will represent Team Canada in Sochi in the 2014 Olympics.
- Steven Ellis (StevenEllisNHL) of the hockeyhouse.net weighs in on Finland's goaltending situation in his 2014 Olympic Preview
(Photo From http://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2009/7/6/939295/tomas-plekanec-one-of-20-nhl)