Canadiens vs. Canucks Game thread, roster, lines and how to watch
The Habs seek their eighth win in a row.
The Habs will look to remain undefeated in regulation tonight when they welcome the Vancouver Canucks to the Bell Centre, the team who last year put an end to the Canadiens’ 9-0-0 start by handing them their first loss of the season.
The Habs will be looking to avoid a similar fate tonight, with Carey Price starting his sixth game of the season. Price has been perfect so far, posting a 5-0 record, 1.40 goals-against average, .954 save percentage (but 0 shutouts!.. come on Carey!). You have to go back to October 29, 2015 for Price’s last loss.
The Canucks started the season strong, winning their first four games, but have since been on a slide of five losses in a row (0-4-1). The Canucks are the lowest scoring team in the league with just 16 goals in 9 games, which bodes well for the Canadiens who have allowed the least goals in the NHL with just 13 goals allowed in 9 games.
Puck drop is 7:30 PM EDT / 4:30 PM PDT
How to watch:
Canada (English): Sporstnet
Canada (French): RDS
|Max Pacioretty||David Desharnais||Andrew Shaw|
|Alex Radulov||Alex Galchenyuk||Brendan Gallagher|
|Artturi Lehkonen||Tomas Plekanec||Paul Byron|
|Phillip Danault||Torrey Mitchell||Brian Flynn|
|Alexei Emelin||Shea Weber|
|Andrei Markov||Jeff Petry|
|Nathan Beaulieu||Greg Pateryn|
Injured: Zach Redmond (foot)
|Daniel Sedin||Henrik Sedin||Jannik Hansen|
|Markus Granlund||Brandon Sutter||Loui Eriksson|
|Sven Baertschi||Bo Hovart||Jake Virtanen|
|Alexandre Burrows||Brendan Gaunce||Derek Dorsett|
|Alexander Edler||Christopher Tanev|
|Ben Hutton||Erik Gudbranson|
|Luca Sbisa||Philip Larsen|
Injured: Jayson Megna (undisclosed), Tom Nilsson (undisclosed), Anton Rodin (knee)