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by The Upper Canadien on 12/31/13 at 05:16 PM ET
The Canadiens take on the Canes tonight to close out 2013. Not much new in Montreal these days. They can't score, and haven't been able to for a couple of weeks. Look for Michel Therrien to mix up his lines - yes, again - as he tries to light a fire under some of his scorers. A big night in the boxscore for the top two lines would do quite a bit for Montreal's confidence going forward.
On the other side of the world, what can you say about Zach Fucale? Montreal's second round pick this summer stood tall today as Canada beat the United States 3-2 at the World Juniors. Is Fucale the goalie of the future for the Habs? Perhaps, but Carey Price likely doesn't have to look over his shoulder for a while yet.
Should be a good game tonight. Happy new year to all.
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