November 24, 2010 3:45 pm

Scouting the Canadiens

Here’s how the Montreal Canadiens are expected to line up tonight, courtesy of the Montreal Gazette

Andrei Kostitsyn-Tomas Plekanec-Brian Gionta
Michael Cammalleri-Scott Gomez-Travis Moen
Benoit Pouliot-Jeff Halpern-Mathieu Darche
Tom Pyatt-Lars Eller-Maxim Lapierre

Hal Gill-Josh Gorges
Roman Hamrlik-Jaroslav Spacek
Alexandre Picard-P.K. Subban

Carey Price

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Tonight will be the KIngs’ fourth game in Canada this season. The Kings nearly have as many American players (eight) on the active roster as Canadian players (10), but there always seems to be a more intense feeling leading up to games in Canada. A lot of it probably has to do with increased media coverage. Regardless, Terry Murray — a Quebec native — was asked by a local reporter if he looks forward to games in Canada.

MURRAY: “Always. I always look forward to playing in Canada. It’s exciting. Whether you’re playing on the West Coast or here in the East, it’s always very exciting. A lot of players are from these areas, and the adrenaline does get pumping a little bit.”

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