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Tonight: Jets at Canadiens

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ABOUT THE HABS

The Habs return home after Wednesday's game in Phildadelphia to begin a three-game stint at the Bell Centre: Thursday vs. the Jets followed by meetings with Boston and Washington.

Canadiens rookie Brendan Gallagher is among the top freshmen in the NHL this season, trailing only Florida's Jonathan Huberdeau and Cory Conacher, now of Ottawa, in scoring by a first-year player.

P.K. Subban scored seven goals in March, the most by a Canadiens defenceman in a month since Mathieu Schneider had the same total in February 1994. The franchise record for goals in a month by a D-man is 10, set by Guy Lapointe in February 1976.

The Jets will face Peter Budaj in the Habs net, as Carey Price started against the Flyers in Philly. Budaj is 5-1-1 with a 2.47 GAA and .906 save percentage.

 

WINNIPEG JETS

31 Ondrej Pavelec

35 Al Montoya

 

4 Paul Postma

5 Mark Stuart

6 Ron Hainsey

7 Derek Meech

8 Alex Burmistrov

9 Evander Kane

12 Olli Jokinen

13 Kyle Wellwood

15 Mike Santorelli

16 Andrew Ladd

18 Bryan Little

20 Antti Miettinen

21 Aaron Gagnon

22 Chris Thorburn

23 Arturs Kulda

24 Grant Clitsome

26 Blake Wheeler

27 Eric Tangradi

33 Dustin Byfuglien

39 Toby Enstrom

44 Zach Bogosian

 

MONTREAL CANADIENS

30 Peter Budaj

31 Carey Price

 

8 Brandon Prust

11 Brendan Gallagher

14 Tomas Plekanec

20 Colby Armstrong

21 Brian Gionta

22 Tomas Kaberle

24 Jeff Halpern

26 Josh Gorges

27 Alex Galchenyuk

32 Travis Moen

44 Davis Drewiske

45 Mike Blunden

51 David Desharnais

53 Ryan White

55 Francis Bouillon

67 Max Pacioretty

68 Yannick Weber

73 Michael Ryder

74 Alexei Emelin

76 P.K. Subban

79 Andrei Markov

81 Lars Eller

(Lineups subject to change)

 

-- Tait

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 4, 2013 D3

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