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Canadiens lines vs Hurricanes: Charles Hudon returns to lineup

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Take a look at how the Canadiens will line up against the Hurricanes tonight

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As the Montreal Canadiens get set for the Carolina Hurricanes tonight, there will be some changes from their game against the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday.

We already knew that Mark Barberio will replace Joel Hanley and that Greg Pateryn would draw back in for Nathan Beaulieu, and Charles Hudon will get back into the lineup and replace Daniel Carr as they continue to flip-flop in and out of the 12th forward spot.

No real surprises here, and Barberio-Pateryn is actually an interesting third pair, and they will get a long look tonight as they are two guys who are clearly on the bubble once Nathan Beaulieu is good to return.

Up front, not much changed as Michel Therrien is looking for a combination - any combination - to get his secondary scoring going.

Carey Price will get the start for the Canadiens who will look to rebound from their loss earlier this week.

Some other good news as Artturi Lehkonen and Zach Redmond both skated with the team at morning skate as well.