The Canadiens face off against the Ottawa Senators for the final time this season tonight at the Bell Centre. The Senators have won two of the three games to date between the division rivals.
After the Canadiens’ morning skate in Brossard Wednesday, Therrien said he really liked how the Habs played against Ottawa in their last match up.
“For us, it’s to continue in the same sense. Sometimes the result isn’t on your side. But we fully deserved to win that game,” Therrien said, referring to the Senators 2-1 shootout victory over the Canadiens at Scotiabank Place on Feb. 25. Senators goaltender Ben Bishop faced 44 shots that night.
Therrien said they’re very aware that the Senators are playing good hockey and aren’t easy to play against. “The quality of their goaltender gives them a chance to win a lot of games.”
You can hear what Canadiens defenceman Greg Pateryn, called up last week from the Hamilton Bulldogs, had to say after the morning skate below:
And you can hear what forward Colby Armstrong had to say below: