Vancouver Canucks at Montreal Canadiens: TV, Radio, Lineups, Injury Report, Predictions
The Vancouver Canucks are in an extremely difficult situation and a six-game road trip won’t make life easier for them.
A very successful start into the year saw Vancouver Canucks fans making fun of those who predicted the team to finish last this season. Only five games later, the Canucks look a whole lot like a team that would finish 30th in the NHL.
Vancouver went from strong possession play to being the terrible team we know from the 2015-16 campaign. Their defense is bad, but they aren’t scoring goals to make up for that either. The team’s top player has been an undrafted NCAA signee who is likely to be kicked off the roster again once injured players return.
So, there really isn’t much hope for the six-game road trip across the Eastern Conference starting tonight in Montreal.
Here is all the important info you need for tonight’s match-up.
Vancouver Canucks at Montreal Canadiens – 4:30 PM PT
Centre Bell — Montreal, QC
TV: SN, RDS
Online Streaming: Rogers GameCentre LIVE, NHL.TV
Canucks Record: 4-4-1 (4th in Pacific Division)
Capitals Record: 8-0-1 (1st in Atlantic Division, 1st in NHL)
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Vancouver Canucks: Chris Tanev (lower body, day-to-day), Derek Dorsett (shoulder, day-to-day), Anton Rodin (knee, day-to-day), Jayson Megna (undisclosed, mid-November), Brendan Gaunce (undisclosed, day-to-day)
Montreal Canadiens: Zach Redmond (foot, early December)
Daniel Sedin — Henrik Sedin — Jannik Hansen
Markus Granlund — Brandon Sutter — Loui Eriksson
Sven Baertschi — Bo Horvat — Jake Virtanen
Alex Burrows — Brendan Gaunce — Derek Dorsett/Jack Skille
Alex Edler — Troy Stecher/Chris Tanev
Ben Hutton — Erik Gudbranson
Luca Sbisa — Philip Larsen
Alexander Radulov — Alex Galchenyuk — Brendan Gallagher
Max Pacioretty — David Desharnais — Andrew Shaw
Artturi Lehkonen — Tomas Plekanec — Paul Byron
Phillip Danault — Torey Mitchell — Brian Flynn
Alexei Emelin — Shea Weber
Andrei Markov — Jeff Petry
Nathan Beaulieu — Greg Pateryn
Two of our writers predict the Canucks to win. It doesn’t seem likely right now, but neither did it last season, when the Canucks ended Montreal’s nine-game winning streak at the beginning of the year.
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