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by The Upper Canadien on 02/26/14 at 06:07 PM ET
The Montreal Canadiens hit the ice tonight against the Detroit Red Wings, but Carey Price will watch from the pressbox as he appears to have aggravated an injury during the Olympics. PK Subban will be back in the lineup, and the Habs have called Dustin Tokarski up from Hamilton to back up Slovakian Olympian Peter Budaj.
The Canadiens are in a tight playoff race, making this game against the Red Wings a true 4 point game. However, the Habs can't use the absence of Price as any sort of excuse, as the Wings are also banged up, missing, amongst others, Henrik Zetterberg.
The big question on the lips of many in Motnreal is, what will Marc Bergevin do leading up to the March 5th deadline? If years past are any sort of predictor, the answer is likely not much. Montreal is usually fairly quiet come deadline day. That said, Bergevin still has yet to make his mark on this team with a big deal - perhaps a trade involve UFA-to-be Andrei Markov might be Bergevin's big splash? We'll know soon enough.
Puck drop tonight at 7:30. Enjoy.
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