OTTAWA – Here's five things you need to know before the Thursday night game against the Senators.
1. The Canadiens starts a game game road trip on Thursday night with the back of the home-and-home series against the Guy Boucher assault in Ottawa. The Habs gave a 5-2 loss to Senators at the Bell Center earlier this week, with Max Domi a Jonathan Drouin leading the way active with three points each. By scoring twice and catching with help too, Domi was the first first Hab to reach the 30 point plateau on the year. On his behalf, Drouin scored once and he helped on two markers Domi to stretch his streak point into three straight games. Artturi Lehkonen a Brendan Gallagher has also illuminated the lamp behind the commander by the Senators of Craig Anderson. It was the fourth straight place where Canadiens fade the belt objecting with at least 40 shots at the goal.
Video: Domi, Drouin all three points win Habs 5-2
2. After the best for Senators with the rescue performance, Pris Carey Once again the goal is between the pipes. He will mark his first sixth straight away. Similarly, Anderson will also get the start again for Ottawa as Senators look to get rid of the conviction on Tuesday night in Montreal. During Canadiens's previous visit to Ottawa on October 20, Price has devoted 30 34 shots against a 4-3 loss in the OT. Claude Julien's troops will hit the ice at 11:30 a.m. morning to prepare for the next installment of the competition. It can still be seen if there are any linear changes to report.
3. Defenseman Noah Juulsen He practiced with a connection on Wednesday for the first time since backbacks had broken on November 19 against the Washington Capitals. He has joined the Canadiens on the way and hopefully she will be able to join her in Chicago on Sunday. Everything depends on its discussions with team medical staff. When Juulsen gets the green light, however, he will play a protective cage on his smoke. The 21-year-old blueliner has watched the last seven matches of the side.
Video: Noah Juulsen's practice with a connection
4. Dylan DeMelo and Mark Stone only solved Price during the Tuesday evening. Stone is one of three players on the Senators list with 30 or more points so far this season, together with Matt Duchene (34 points) and Thomas Chabot (31 points). There is no doubt that Ottawa will be a hungry group as they seek to deny a direct victory for Canadiens. The Senators are striking 9-4-2 in their own barn during the 2018-19 campaign.
5. Puck drop on Thursday evening has arranged at 7:30 p.m. You can capture all the steps on TV on TSN2, TSN5 and RDS, and listen to the game on TSN Radio 690 and 98.5 fm. Following the competition, the Canadiens will stay in Ottawa before flying to the Windy City on Friday. They will be back against the Blackhawks on Sunday at the United Center.