Canadiens lines at practice, November 1
How the Canadiens lined up as they prepare for the Canucks on Wednesday
The Montreal Canadiens did not have any changes at practice this morning, as the team lined up the exact same way they did on Saturday against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
No changes to the lines at #Habs practice. But you deserve to see them anyways, because I work hard at them! #TSN690 pic.twitter.com/10eMcOcJzP— Amanda Stein (@amandacstein) November 1, 2016
Alexander Radulov stayed on the first line with Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher while Max Pacioretty skated with David Desharnais and Andrew Shaw.
The third line saw Tomas Plekanec with Artturi Lehkonen and Paul Byron, which was relied on against the Leafs top line with Auston Matthews on Saturday and will likely get those assignments going forward.
On defence, more of the same. There were no extra bodies at practice, as the Canadiens are at the minimum 20 players after Mikhail Sergachev was sent back to Junior.
The Canadiens have still not lost in regulation this season as we enter the second month of the year. They take on the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday at the Bell Centre. It is expected that Carey Price will get the start.