Price starts, Lapierre in press box

As expected, Carey Price gets the start tonight in Buffalo.

Jacques Martin has shaken up his forward lines, relegating Maxim Lapierre to the press box.

Tom Pyatt, who had been playing with Tomas Plekanec and Andrei Kostitsyn, was replaced by Michael Cammalleri but Pyatt wll stay in the lineup. He starts in the injured Travis Moen’s spot on the third line with Dominic Moore and Sergei Kostitsyn, but Martin said he may move Mathieu Darche into that spot if he needs more muscle.

Darche will start the game on the fourth line with Glen Metropolit and Marc-André Bergeron.

PRE-GAME AUDIO: Tyler Myers | Lindy Ruff | Mike Cammalleri | Jacques Martin

198 Comments

  1. Muckbringer says:

    maybe you should get in there

  2. I_SAY_FIGHT says:

    I dont know but BUT on an episode of Entourage where Drama’s starting on his new series he’s told by Turtle to do something… watch the episode to find out Season 3, Episode 18: The Resurrection
    well its a good laugh and will get your mind off of hockey

  3. TomNickle says:

    Carry a puck around with you until you’re in the dressing room getting ready, take it to bed with you, shower with it, EVERYTHING.  YOU OWN THAT PUCK!

  4. Jeff says:

    Eric you tried to apologize and it is accepted.

    The criminals were caught and dealt with appropriately, our justice system aside….

    Chronic losing seems to be a problem with a lot of teams this year, winners and actual 1st place clubs become noshows the following season.  Didn’t Montreal finish 1st a couple years back?

    The Leafs have had their problems for sure but the Habs have more to worry about going forward. ( as if you can go backwards in time)

    Enjoy your curious focus on the Leafs and cheer for your Habs with abandon but keep it real!

     

     

     

     

  5. Jeff says:

    Nice try Tom, Latts always had the potential but never could reach it when playing for the Habs.  How can you say he is childish & spiteful?  Is it because he is outperforming every Hab and on a team that has same mid-pack position & points?

    He is making the whole Hab management look stupid because they didn’t trade the right one, it was LAPS that should have been traded.   Duhhhhh.

    Check the stats, he is playing well & getting noticed by a lot of people & of course FORMER club fans Ha! Ha!

    An alternate view is that he is flourishing out of the pressure pot of Montreal with their delusional fans who jump on & off the wagon every DAY!

    Of course alternate views are somewhat difficult for some people.

    Enjoy another loss, tonite!

     

     

  6. Harditya_CareyPrice says:

    Haha Timo! Thanks!

  7. twocents says:

    You know what, Jeff? That was below the belt and unnecessary. Entirely factual, but below the belt nonetheless.

    I regret bringing it up in this context.

    The chronic losing really should be enough material for this exchange.

     

  8. HUDSONHAB says:

    Just relax, stay loose and focus on the puck.

    Don’t over play the passes, that’s what Price does and it gets him in trouble.

    Good luck.

    Hab4life

  9. HabFanSince72 says:

    His first day in Minnesota.

  10. andrewberkshire says:

    I always took a minute to relax before the game started, just get focused and don’t worry about anything but stopping the next puck that comes your way.

  11. Jeff says:

    Sickening, truly sickening!

  12. Jeff says:

    That is really sickening! A generalization like that is so typical of some of the posters on this site!

    You are the lowest of the low to blame all the organization for this travesty.

    I am really shocked that some posters are allowed to say things like this, is the site being monitored?

    Please, please let’s all agree to be civil while having some fun on this site.

    There is NO room for comments like this EVER!

     

  13. Jeff says:

    At times it is impossible to stimulate someone’s alternate view of things.
    When dealing with this type of person it is best to let it go.
    No amount of explanation however intelligent will reach their simple minds.
    You are so correct LT, ignore them!

  14. J Haul says:

    Exactly what I was going to post. You just need to zone in on the puck/ball. If you’re focused enough on the puck the external factors and nervousness will disappear and you’ll “see” things much better.


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