Over the past 10 games, Kirby Dach has three goals and eight assists. The Blackhawks have a record of 2-7-1, scoring 1. 7 goals, 2. 9 assists, 3. 2 penalties, and eight minutes in the box each game while allowing 3. 4 goals. The Canadiens are 5-4-1 with an average of 3. 2 goals, 5. 3 assists, 4. 5 penalties, 13. 4 penalty minutes, and 3. 8 goals allowed per game. READ MORE: Minnesota Wild vs Toronto Maple Leafs NHL preview Chicago Blackhawks vs Montreal Canadiens: Probable Lineup Chicago Blackhawks Andreas Athanasiou – Philipp Kurashev – MacKenzie Entwistle Colin Blackwell – Jason Dickinson – Patrick Kane Max Domi – Taylor Raddysh – Reese Johnson Tyler Johnson – Jonathan Toews – Sam Lafferty Jack Johnson – Caleb Jones Seth Jones – Jake McCabe Connor Murphy – Alec Regula Petr Mrazek Alex Stalock Montreal Canadiens Cole Caufield – Nick Suzuki – Josh Anderson Mike Hoffman – Sean Monahan – Kirby Dach Juraj Slafkovsky – Christian Dvorak – Brendan Gallagher Rem Pitlick – Jake Evans – Michael Pezzetta Kaiden Guhle – David Savard Jordan Harris – Johnathan Kovacevic Arber Xhekaj – Chris Wideman Jake Allen Sam Montembeault Injury Report Blackhawks: Alex Stalock: out (concussion), Tyler Johnson: out (ankle) Canadiens: Jonathan Drouin: out (upper-body), Carey Price: out (knee), Emil Heineman: out (thumb), Paul Byron: out (hip), Mike Hoffman: day to day (lower-body) Form Guide DateOpponentScoreResult24.
11. 22Dallas Stars6-4Loss21. 22Pittsburgh Penguins3-5Loss20. 22Boston Bruins6-1Loss17. 22St. Louis Blues2-5Loss15. 22Carolina Hurricanes 0-3LossMontreal Canadiens DateOpponentScoreResult24. 22Columbus Blue Jackets1-3Win22. 22Buffalo Sabres2-7Loss19. 22Philadelphia Flyers5-4Win17. 22Columbus Blue Jackets6-4Loss15. 22New Jersey Devils1-5LossHead to Head DateMatchScoreWinner14. 01.
With games Thursday against the Sens and Saturday against the Leafs, the hope was that they could get in done before the weekend. And get it done they did. Yesterday's 2-1 overtime victory over the Blackhawks was the best and most entertaining game of the Habs season. Both teams, whose games are based on skill and speed, came to play and win. As such, it was a fast-paced playoff-like game that had a ton of beautiful plays and even more spectacular saves.
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While some are crying foul on the play this morning, if you look at the replay you can clearly see Toews' stick tripping up Subban. Was it intentional? No. But it was a penalty. Despite his excellent play, there continues to be a dark side to Subban's game and it is not his post-goal celebrations. The Canadiens are second in the league for most minor penalties taken, and Subban is first on the Habs in that department with 124 minutes.
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Next it was Michael Cammalleri, Tomas Plekanec and Andrei Kostitsyn who carried that momentum and set up a few more scoring opportunities. The top two lines played their best games in a long time and the result was a myriad of scoring opportunities for the Canadiens. Cammalleri finished the night with five shots on net and if it wasn't for Crawford's brilliance, he would have had three or four goals. With two games to go Jacques Martin has to be breathing a huge sigh of relief this morning.
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Chicago Blackhawks vs Montreal Canadiens: NHL Live Stream, Schedule, Probable Lineups, Injury Report, Form Guide, Head to Head, November 25, 2022When the Chicago Blackhawks play the Montreal Canadiens, they want to snap a five-game losing streak. Chicago is 4-5-1 at home and 6-6-3 overall. The Blackhawks have a -7 goal difference after scoring 38 and conceding 45. Overall, Montreal is 8-7-1 and has a road record of 4-4-1. When there is just one goal scored, the Canadiens are 4-0-1.
Patrick Kane got that one back less than four minutes later with a spectacular fake on Mathieu Darche before firing it past Price. In a game where momentum swung back and forth both goaltenders had to be at their best. Price, in particular, elevated his game making 20 saves as the Hawks took control of the game in the third. Next up was overtime and a tripping penalty by Hawks captain Jonathan Toews only 37 seconds in. Montreal took advantage of the ensuing 4-on-3 PP with P. K.
Carey Price and Cory Crawford—playing his first career game in front of his hometown crowd—put on goaltending clinics, turning aside shot after shot to keep it a low-scoring affair. Michael Cammalleri opened the scoring for Montreal when his shot, off an Andrei Kostitsyn pass, deflected off the Hawks defender and past Crawford at 6:55 of the second period.
What is interesting though, is that Subban only had 11 points (2G, 9A) over his first 34 games for a 0. 32 points per game (PPG) average. Since January, however, P. has 27 points (12G, 15A) over 41 games for a 0. 65 PPG. Over 82 games, that averages out to 54 points which would put Subban in the top six among defenseman. While Subban is young and still has a lot to learn, he is ready to be the Habs' No. 1 D-man this spring and beyond.
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The Habs top players showed upThey say in order to win on a consistent basis your best players have to be your best players on any given night. While this has not always been the case for Montreal this season, last night the Habs' top players showed up in spades. The Hawks controlled the first five minutes of the game before Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta, flanked by Mathieu Darche, turned things around for Montreal. Gomez and Gionta used their shiftiness and Darche simply went to the net. The result was the Habs' first scoring chances of the game and a shift in momentum.
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