The Canadiens calculate that Andrei and Sergei Kostitsyn tonight become the 13th brothers to play for the club. Here’s the team’s release with information probably dug up by the club’s unofficial historian, Carl Lavigne:
Sergei Kostitsyn will make his NHL debut on Thursday night in Philadelphia playing on the Canadiens' first line with Saku Koivu and Christopher Higgins. Michael Ryder will watch
Maurice and Henri Richard. Frank and Peter Mahovlich. Larry and Moe Robinson. Stéphane and Patrick Lebeau.
And now, Andrei and Sergei Kostitsyn.
Canadiens make a late-afternoon announcement:MONTREAL – The
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Tampa Bay's Vincent Lecavalier celebrates his second-period goal.
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