Here are five things you need to know about the game Canadiens-Carolina Hurricanes in the center of Bell Center (7:30, TSN2, RDS, TSN 690 Radio):
Matching: This is the second of three games between these teams and Hurricanes were 2-1 winners at Bell Center on November 27th. That was the night when defender Shea Weber returned to the post after almost a year and showed no sign of rust. Unfortunately for Canadiens, Carolina's goalkeeper Curtis McElhinney was even better so she stopped 48 shots to secure a win. Montreal lost 7-1 on Tuesday in Minnesota, while the Hurricanes lost 4-1 on the Toronto Maple in Raleigh.
Intestines: After losing on Tuesday, guest of Brendan Gallagher said, he said that Canadiens could collapse, or they could have signs with return performance. A game in Minnesota revealed a lack of Canadiens size to the front and Wild did well if he did not allow Habsom to use his speed. While Montreal eliminated Minnesota for most matches, the Canadiens had only a few A class scams and had no nephew.
Special teams: In particular, the malignant Montreal penalty was an exceptional Sunday in Chicago, limiting Blackhawks to one goal on eight occasions. But this was normal compared to the wild, which had four powers and achieved everything. The terrible performance fell to Montreal PK at 26th in the NHL with a 76% success rate. Power is even worse, sorting is 30 and conversion to a 13.5 centimeter shot.
Shaw on the line: Andrew Shaw helped Jeff Petry's Canadiens target and lengthened his consecutive number to hit five. He has one goal and four assists in this range. Shaw has 18 points in 27 matches, having scored 20 points in the last 51 matches for the last time. Petry also set points. He has five goals and 22 points, and before the season he scored 42 points. On the defense is minus-3, but it's much better than the previous season when he finished minus-30.
Other guys: Find McElhinney to get back for the hurricanes, which are five points for Montreal in a game with two games in hand. McElhinney, who missed the week with a physical injury, has a 7-3-1 record with 2.36 goals against the average and .920 a saving percentage. Sebastian Aho, a 21-year-old Finn, leads Hurricanes in the 28 points, including eight goals. Michael Ferland is the main shooter of Hurricanes with the 11th Russian Andrej Svechnikov, who was this year's draft no. 2, has six goals and 13 points.