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 Post subject: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:02 pm 
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2012-13 Regular Season Record:



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6-5-0 : 12 Points
(17th Place in the Eastern Conference)




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6-3-1: 13 Points
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Projected Goalies For This Game Are:



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# 30 Ben Scrivens
GPI: 4
Wins: 2
Loses: 2
OTL: 0
SO: 0
GAA: 2.70
Save%: .892



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# 31 Carey Price
GPI: 8
Wins: 6
Loses: 2
OTL: 0
SO: 0
GAA: 1.74
Save%: .936

















Toronto's Player Roster
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(67)Max Pacioretty – (51)David Desharnais – (72)Erik Cole
(17)Rene Bourque – (14)Tomas Plekanec – (21)Brian Gionta
(8)Brandon Prust - (27)Alex Galchenyuk - (73)Brendan Gallagher
(32)Travis Moen - (53)Lars Eller - (20)Colby Armstrong


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(79)Andrei Markov - (74)Alexei Emelin
(76)P.K. Subban - (26)Josh Gorges
(55)Francis Bouillon - (61)Raphael Diaz


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(31)Carey Price
(30)Peter Budaj


















Meetings This Season:



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Former Canadiens Now Playing For The Maple Leafs

(8)Mike Komitraitor
(84)Mikhail Grabovski




Former Maple Leafs Now Playing For The Canadiens

(20)Colby Armstrong
(22)Tomas Kaberle
















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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Maple Leafs conclude trip in Montreal


MAPLE LEAFS (6-5-0) at CANADIENS (6-3-1)

TV: NHLN-US; CBC, RDS

Last 10: Toronto 5-5-0; Montreal 6-3-1

Season series: This is the second of five meetings this season between the Northeast division rivals. The Maple Leafs got goals from Nazem Kadri and Tyler Bozak - with Phil Kessel earning assists on both - in a 2-1 win at Bell Centre on opening night.

Big story: The Maple Leafs arrive at Bell Centre with wins in the first two games of a three-game road trip, while the Canadiens are in the midst of their first losing streak of the season, albeit a modest one of two games.

Team Scope:

Maple Leafs: Leafs Nation breathed a collective sigh of relief Thursday when last season's top scorer Phil Kessel finally scored his first of the season in his 11th game, snapping the team's 0-for-14 power-play drought in the process.

Kessel's goal also turned out to the be the winner in a 3-2 victory at Winnipeg, improving Toronto's record away from the Air Canada Centre to an outstanding 5-1-0, including a 2-1 win in Montreal on opening night.

"You just hope that he can use this as a building block," coach Randy Carlyle said of Kessel. "Goal scorers have streaks, and we hope this is the start of a streak."

The Leafs have won four of their last five games at Bell Centre.

Canadiens: A tendency from last season's Canadiens team that finished last in the Eastern Conference has begun to creep back into the play of this year's team. The Canadiens entered the third periods of their last two games holding a lead, and lost both. Against Boston on Wednesday, Montreal led 1-0 after 40 minutes only to see the Bruins score twice in the first 2:05 of the third and win 2-1. The next night in Buffalo, Montreal led 4-2 in the third period when Ryan White was assessed a double minor for roughing at 7:32, allowing the Sabres back into the game with a power-play goal and tying it with just 1.9 seconds left before beating the Canadiens in the shootout.

The Canadiens were the League's worst team last season in terms of winning percentage when leading after two periods, so the last two games should be a concern for a team that believed it had left last season's nightmare firmly in the rear view mirror.

Who's hot: For the Maple Leafs, in addition to scoring his first goal of the season, Kessel had two assists in his previous game, giving him three points in two games. Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer has given up two goals or fewer in three of his last four starts. Matt Frattin has six goals in eight games since being recalled from the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League, tying him with James van Riemsdyk for the team lead. … For the Canadiens, defenseman P.K. Subban has a point in all four games he's played this season, and he's scored a goal in each of his past two games. Tomas Plekanec has two goals and an assists in his last two games. Defenseman Andrei Markov leads the NHL with 10 power-play points. He has no points at even strength

Injury report: The Leafs are missing forwards Joffrey Lupul (broken forearm) and Mike Brown (shoulder), and defenseman Carl Gunnarsson (groin. … The Canadiens are without center Petteri Nokelainen (back).

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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Therrien needs to make some "in game" changes if some of these guys are not playing well 5 on 5. Desharnais and Cole should be on a short leash as top 6 right now, Eller could easily take Desharnais spot and a kid like Gallagher could take Coles right now, the kid has 4 goals....i'd like to see Pacioretty with Eller...they have good size, throw Gallagher on that line and i can see something good there. Then Desharnais and Cole can find time down bottom and work their way back by earning it.


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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Habs need to win this one. Now isn't the time to go on a slump. Good thing is White isn't playing tonight. I agree with Pricey here UI would have the 2 Gally's in the top line. They have played a lot better than some of the vets so far.

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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Max V goes through the news of the week. Its very goalie focused, but has some PK Subban, Markov, and Galy/chucky tidbits

http://lastwordonsports.com/2013/02/09/ ... an-miller/

Looking at our opponent tonight, Jack goes on a Phil Kessel Rant.

http://lastwordonsports.com/2013/02/08/ ... el-haters/

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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Pacioretty, Galchenyuk, Diaz and Eller all score, Price allows 0....didn't say the "s" word


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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Thanks to rubber knees Markov....too slow for 5 on 5, great for power play.


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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Imagine that, the Desharnais line.....terrible, split them up already, Desharnais is kicked out of the dot every 2nd face-off, he's terrible....


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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Clearly Markov can't hang with the quicker and more mobile players.

Big problem defending the cycle. Simply not big or strong enough.

Another period where the team takes the night off. Becoming a problem.

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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Where the hell is Cole, Desharnais, Gionta, and Pacioretty?

Maybe time to start sitting some of them.

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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Crap officating in the first period for both teams.....

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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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Cole moved to the 4th line....just a matter of time before Desharnais is his centerman on that 4th line. I hope Therrien gets this group going for the 2nd period....just a brutal brutal start.


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 Post subject: Re: GDT | Toronto vs. Montréal | 02/09/13
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hmmmm, Seth Jones, Nathan MacKinnon, Jonathan Drouin.....looking forward to the draft again....YAWN


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