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Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates - Sep 27

Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates – Sep 27

Broussard – Team A (in red) skated Monday morning for a pre-season game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Bell Center.

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This is the second pre-season game for the Canadians, who lost 4-1 to rivals Toronto last weekend at the Scotiabank Arena.

Here are the three sets from Monday morning’s training:

Prep match #2
TOR @ MTL – 19h00 (HE)
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92- Jonathan Drouin 28- Christian Dvorak 17 – Josh Anderson
49- Raphael Harvey Benard 71- Jake Evans 40 – Joel Jeremiah
96- Danic Martell 48- Jean-Sebastian Dia 56- Jesse Yellonen
55- Michael Pezzetta 53- Jean Misack 80- Gabriel Burke
73 – Tyler Toffoli 11- Brendan Gallagher 76- Alexandre Fortin
DJ DD NS
21- Kayden Jahl 58 – David Savard 34- Jake Allen
59- Matthias Norlender 8 – Ben Shearot 95- Kevin Bolin
64 – Corey Scheunemann 20- Chris Weidman
26- Jeff Petri

Brendan Gallagher joined his teammates after missing the start of training camp for family reasons.

Tyler Toffoli and Jeff Petrie also jumped on the ice after missing Sunday’s game at the Bell Center.

Tweet from @CanadiensMTL: A few more pictures of Gally, just for you. I heard you wanted more Gally content. #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/rD6xmLN8ay

However, Gallagher, Toffoli and teammate Alexander Fortin wore dark-colored shirts and would not take part in Monday night’s game against Toronto. Jeff Petrie won’t encounter maple leaf either.

During his pre-match press conference, coach Dominique Ducharme said Gallagher should be able to play either in Friday night’s pre-season game in Ottawa or in Saturday night’s game against the Senators in Montreal.

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Needless to say, the Canadiens coach is delighted to see “Gally” in the team’s entourage.

Tweet from @CanadiensMTL: Gally! 🤩 #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/5GPt6VFquY

“He hasn’t changed. He’s still smiling. He has a lot of energy. We know that. He brings that energy into the locker room and into the ice,” Ducharme said. “

Newcomer Sami Nico skated with Team C at the High School rink.

Tweet from @CanadiensMTL: Coucou, Niku. #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/3nlsNcpR9t

The 24-year-old defender signed a two-part, one-year contract on September 24.