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by The Upper Canadien on 02/02/13 at 10:57 AM ET
Montreal hosts Buffalo today in the first of their traditional two Super Bowl weekend day games. And as for the blue line, that's not a bird, or a plane, but the Canadiens PK Subban, at practice for the first time in almost a year and ready to take the ice against the Sabres.
It's expected that Michel Therrien will leave the first power play unit untouched, as Andrei Markov and Raphael Diaz have been dymanite on the back end; however, Subban should add some spark to the second power play, likely replacing Tomas Kaberle, who has been ineffective as he tries to prove he's worth his contract.
Max Pacioretty also practiced lightly yesterday, so despite having surgery only five days ago, he seems close to returning to the first line. If the Habs are lucky, he may be back for next weekend's tilt against Toronto.
Carey Price will be back in net as Montreal goes for win number five, but all eyes will be on Mr. Subban. 2 PM on CBC. Enjoy.
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