All Habs GameDay: Wednesday November 23, 2011
On this day in hockey history… 1926 – Rookie goaltender George Hainsworth recorded the first of his 94 career NHL shutouts, as Montreal beat the New York Americans, 2-0.
GAMEDAY: Habs hockey tonight!
RBC Center, 7:00 p.m. EST TV: RDS
Projected line combinations (will be updated following morning skate)
Mike Cammalleri - Tomas Plekanec - Brian Gionta
Max Pacioretty - David Desharnais - Erik Cole
Travis Moen – Scott Gomez - Lars Eller
Mathieu Darche - Petteri Nokelainen - Aaron Palushaj
Josh Gorges - P.K. Subban
Alexei Emelin - Yannick Weber
Hal Gill - Raphael Diaz
Carey Price (will start) - Peter Budaj
Frederic St. Denis
Andrei Kostitsyn - Jaroslav Spacek - Andreas Engqvist – Chris Campoli – Andrei Markov – Ryan White
Pacioretty – Desharnais – Cole – Weber – Plekanec
Cammalleri – Gomez – Gionta – Subban – Diaz
Jeff Skinner – Eric Staal - Tuomo Ruutu
Alexei Ponikarovsky – Jussi Jokinen - Chad LaRose
Jiri Tlusty - Brandon Sutter - Pat Dwyer
Brett Sutter – Tim Brent – Anthony Stewart
Bryan Allen – Tim Gleason
Tomas Kaberle - Jamie McBain
Jay Harrison - Justin Faulk
Cam Ward (will start) – Brian Boucher
GAMEDAY: All Habs Headlines
► Price needs your votes: Every game Carey Price gives your Montreal Canadiens a chance to win. Price has been NHL’s first star of the week twice in this young season, and the Molson Cup winner for the month of October. Now he needs your help.
Price currently sits in eighth place in All-Star voting for goaltenders. Head on over to NHL.com to cast your ballot for Price and all of your favourites.
|* Write-in candidate | from Canadiens.com|
|Tim Thomas||95 681|
|Marc-Andre Fleury||88 100|
|James Reimer||73 158|
|Pekka Rinne||72 235|
|Henrik Lundqvist||65 441|
|Ilya Bryzgalov||60 595|
|Nikolai Khabibulin||51 515|
|Carey Price||50 251|
|Roberto Luongo||49 427|
|Kari Lehtonen||42 527|
|Jonathan Quick||39 498|
|* Corey Crawford
► Price describes mask: Goaltender Carey Price speaks with HabsTV about the images on his mask.
► Palchak remembered: Eddy Palchak, the Habs equipment manager from 1966 to 1997 died on November 16 at the age of 71. On Tuesday Palchak was laid to rest and was fondly remembered by former Canadiens players.
“When you win Stanley Cups, you have to have the best trainer and the best organization and Eddy was a part of it. He knew how to make the guys feel good.” — Yvan Cournoyer
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