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NHL: Canadians receive a visit from the Predators; BK Suban will be honored before the match

The match between the Predators and the Canadiens, which will be preceded by a BK Suban tribute, will take place at 7 p.m. on RDS and RDS.ca.

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the Canadian He’ll be looking to get back to his winning ways tonight when they host Nashville Predators at the Bell Center. The Predators beat the Habs 6-3 on January 3 in Tennessee.

Before meeting at the Bell Center, ex-defender PK Subban will be honored.

The Canadian called out the attacker Jesse Coloren From the Laval Rockets on Wednesday, the 23-year-old Finn will be in uniform against the Predators, while Martin St. Louis will send a formation of 11 forwards and seven defensemen onto the ice. Ylönen will be twinned with Jonathan Darwin On the fourth unit, while Mike Hoffman And Michael Pezzetta He will be disqualified.

“There is nothing motivating [cette décision]True [pour] Try something,” he limited to saying the head coach justified the voluntary recruitment of the 11 forwards.

Hoffman would be scratched for the third time in four games.

“Players’ performance speaks to us and that’s where we are right now. But things can change quickly,” put St-Louis in perspective about the veteran who has a career-high 7 goals and 5 assists in 29 games this season.

” [Hoffman]When he’s not playing, he’s working. So far, behavior-wise, I take my hat off to him. He will have the opportunity to return. »

Samuel Montembolt He will be the starting goalkeeper and he will have Cayden Primo As a reservist, while Jake Allen Recovering from an upper body injury.

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Defender Mike Mathison Participate in morning training with his teammates. He was wearing a non-touch shirt, but he wouldn’t wear a uniform.

The predators will play their second game in as many days. On Wednesday, they saw their four-game winning streak halted by the Toronto Maple Leafs, who cruised to a late 2-1 win.

The team, led by John Heinz, has gone 5-1-1 in its last seven games.

The Canadian team in training Wednesday:

Caufield Suzuki Dash
Slavkowski Dvorak Anderson
Dadonov Evans Jeremiah
Darwin – two colors
Extras: Pezzetta, Hoffmann

Edmondson Savard
Harris Kovacevic
Xhekaj – Wideman/Barron

Montembolt
Primo