The Canadian (4-13-2) looks to end a four-game defeat (0-3-1) when they host the Nashville Predators (9-6-1) tonight.
With a setback during regulation, the Hobbs will experience the worst start of the season after 20 games in their history in the NHL.
Head coach Dominic Ducharm has announced that Samuel Montembelt will be the Canadians’ opening goal.
In addition, for a rare time, Ducharm uses 11 attackers and 7 defenders in his construction. Forward Michael Pagetta will escape, while defender Chris Wideman will play.
The Toronto Maple Leafs lost 3-0 in their most recent game on Tuesday, with the Predators setting an impressive 7-2-1 record in their last 10 games.
The Montreal defense is particularly wary of the Predators’ two top scorers, Matt Duchenne and Michael Granland, with 16 points from 16 games.
The Canadian will stop next week in Washington on Wednesday, in Buffalo on Friday and in Pittsburgh on Saturday.
More details are yet to come
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