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Habs face Cats

This is another big one tonight, two points the Canadiens can not afford to give up. Carey Price starts, somewhere surprising given Alex Auld’s performance against Florida this season, but hey, the Price is right most of the time.

Things to look for? Let’s see if Scott Gomez can finally get out of this funk. Mike Cammalleri hasn’t really been hot of late either. we have yet to see the vintage Cammalleri we saw late last year.

And my big takeaway of late? Yannick Weber. This guy isn’t just a run of the mill prospect. He’s really good. Let’s see if he keeps it up.

Puck drop at 7:30. No doubt it will be a Habs-friendly crowd as it is Snowbird season.

Oh, and I am still laptopless. Hence the irregular posting. But Apple assures me I will have it back within a few days.

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The Upper Canadien is your one stop shop for all things Montreal Canadiens. Since the summer of 2010, I've been providing Habs related news, notes, and most importantly, opinions. As a blogger, I don't believe it's my job to report the news, it's my privilege to comment on it. You may disagree with what I suggest. In fact, you most likely will. But that's the great part about blogging: it spurs opinion, comment and engages all involved. I've really enjoyed all the debate and commentary from readers thus far and I encourage everyone to respond with ideas on lineups, trades, logos, sweaters, mascots, whatever. The Upper Canadien is a conversation for all hockey fanatics.

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