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Montreal Canadiens vs Ottawa Senators Rookie Tournament Game Thread

The Habs' prospects continue through the Scotiabank rookie tournament as they take on the Sens' hopefuls at 4:00 pm EDT.

Click here to see all the highlights from the game between the Senators and the Canadiens

The Habs, coming off a 6-4 victory against the Leafs yesterday, will test their mettle against the Ottawa Senators' prospects in the last game of the 2015 rookie tournament. Game time is scheduled at 4:00 EDT. Here are the highlights from yesterday's game.

Canadiens lineup

As soon as the team announces the official lineup we'll update the article. What we do know is that standout Ryan Johnston won't be playing, neither will Joel Hanley. Connor Crisp received an injury last game, and will also sit this game out. Zachary Fucale gets the start for the Habs.

Update: Here's the lineup

Players invited to camp

As always, D Noah Juulsen is out of action due to a concussion

Players to watch:

  • D #59 - Dalton Thrower: The B.C. native proved to be a huge difference last game against the leafs He provided an assist and the eventual game-winning goal. Look for him to be a bigger factor on the offence.
  • C #54 - Charles Hudon: The best part of having a prospect like Hudon is that he is always a threat on the ice. He made good on that reputation last game, potting two goals and making some dazzling plays on the way.

Sens' Rookie Camp Roster:

Courtesy of Silver Sens

Forwards: Filip Chlapik, Vincent Dunn, Ryan Dzingel, Travis Ewanyk, Gabriel Gagne, Alex Guptill, Tobias Lindberg, Max McCormick, Ryan Penny, Francis Perron, Matt Puempel, Buddy Robinson, Alex Wideman, Matthew Zay.

Defencemen: Chris Carlisle, Thomas Chabot, Marcus Crawford, Ben Harpur, Chris Rumble, Troy Rutkowski, Mikael Wikstrand.

Goalies: Chris Driedger, Matt O'Connor

How to watch the game

Unfortunately, once again there doesn't seem to be any live streams for the game today. However It is being broadcast locally (Ontario) on Rogers TV ,and on Rogers Sports+ in both SD (368) and HD(369). You can also listen to the game on  TSN 690 radio.

We created a Twitter list so you can follow along with the action, and our very own Marc Dumont will be creating gifs to keep you up to date with the highlights.