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Montreal Canadiens News and Analysis
  • There's a fair bit of roster news to pass on to you today. On the injury front, Josh Gorges played a single 20-second shift in the third period before leaving with what is presumed to be an injury. If he can't go today in Edmonton, I would assume left-handed Nathan Beaulieu would draw into the lineup. George Parros, on the other hand, is recovering nicely from his opening night concussion. The winger is "almost symptom-free" according to GM Marc Bergevin.
  • Congratulations go out to Andrei Markov, who recorded his 400th career regular season point in the second period of last night's loss to Calgary. May you score 400 more, General.
  • With regard to tonight's game in Edmonton, Peter Budaj is expected to start, with puck drop slated for 9:30 ET on RDS, TSN-HABS, and SNET-EDM.
  • Charles Prévost Linton, the Canadiens main anthem signer for the past four seasons, is an interesting man. He sang in a Québécois rock band called Les Sinners in the 1960s and once used Alex Ovechkin's stick as a makeshift microphone. Brenda Branswell of the Gazette has the scoop.
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