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What are the odds on the Montreal Canadiens?

The Canadiens were the 4th seed in the Scotia North division last season with a 24-21-11 record. Their 2022 Stanley Cup odds started at +10000, which means they have one of the lowest chances of winning the Stanley Cup this season.


What are the odds of Montreal beating Las Vegas?

The implied odds suggest Vegas has a 81.82% chance of winning the series against Montreal. You would need to wager $450 to win $100 on Vegas to win the series, while a $100 bet on Montreal would net $375 if the Canadien’s pull off the big series upset.


Who scored in the Montreal Vegas game tonight?

Brendan Gallagher scored his seventh of the season with 1:58 left in regulation, Max Domi scored 27 seconds into overtime and the Canadiens beat Vegas 5-4 on Thursday night.


Who is injured for Vegas Golden Knights?

Fri, Apr 29DateStatusN. Patrick, CMar 22, 2022IRUndisclosed injury – left gameB. Howden, CMar 23, 2022IRUpper-body injury – left game12 more rows


Who is predicted to win the 2021 Stanley Cup?

Nine of the 16 NHL.com staffers who made their predictions for the 2021-22 NHL season believe the Avalanche win their first championship since the 2000-01 season, and eight of them say center Nathan MacKinnon will be awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy voted as most valuable player of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.


Who is the favorite to win the NHL Stanley Cup?

There is just one series remaining in the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs and of course, it is the most important one. The Avalanche and the Lightning are set to start their Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday, June 15 with Game 1 in Denver….Who is the favorite to win the 2022 Stanley Cup Final?SERIES CORRECT SCOREODDSAvs 4-2+363Avs 4-3+363Lightning 4-2+545Lightning 4-3+5904 more rows•Jun 13, 2022


Why is Montreal called the Habs?

The “H” stands for “hockey”, not “Habitants,” a popular misconception. According to NHL.com, the first man to refer to the team as “the Habs” was American Tex Rickard, owner of the Madison Square Garden, in 1924. Rickard apparently told a reporter that the “H” on the Canadiens’ sweaters was for “Habitants”.


Can the Habs make the playoffs?

Despite making it to the Stanley Cup Final last season, The Montreal Canadiens won’t be in the playoffs this time around. The Habs were eliminated from contention when the Buffalo Sabres were beat 4-3 by the Washington Capitals on Friday. The Montreal Canadiens are the first team eliminated from NHL playoff contention.


Which team has the most Stanley Cups?

the Montreal CanadiensDespite their last championship coming in 1993, the Montreal Canadiens have an extremely comfortable lead for first place among title winners in NHL history. Montreal, an “Original Six” club, has 23 Stanley Cup championships since 1918, which is 11 more than the next-closest team.


Is Alec Martinez coming back?

Martinez (lower body) will return to the lineup Wednesday versus the Stars, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Martinez has missed three games with the injury, but he appears to be good to go. The 34-year-old will likely take on a top-four role and could see some power-play time as well.


How many stitches did Martinez get?

Martinez has missed 26 games with a facial laceration. He reportedly had around 100 stitches after he took a skate to the face back against the Minnesota Wild in mid-November. Martinez is not expected to play tonight against the Canadiens but will travel with the Golden Knights on their upcoming four-game road trip.


Is Nic Hague injured?

Golden Knights’ Nicolas Hague: Activated off injured reserve Hague (wrist) has been removed from injured reserve, per the NHL media site. Hague is set to return to action against the Capitals on Monday following his eight-game stint on the sidelined due to his wrist problem.


Who will win Montreal vs. Vegas?

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Do the Canadiens have offensive strengths?

Secondly, the Canadiens have no real strengths offensively. That may sound detrimental but when Peter DeBoer and the Knights are drawing up a game plan, there really isn’t one thing they can focus on. It will be a huge difference from Vegas having to watch Nate MacKinnon a series ago to a totally new strategy versus a new opponent.


What defense does the Golden Knights play?

The Golden Knights play a 1-2-2 neutral zone defense which gave Montreal plenty of trouble on Monday. It will be something they will need to adjust to as the Leafs and Jets both played a 1-1-3 in the middle part of the ice.


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Did Montreal capitalize on their opportunities?

Montreal failed to capitalize on their opportunities and the lack of discipline and penalties kept their skilled players off the ice for long stretches of time. The Knights did a great job of getting long shots from the point through and clogging up the neutral zone.


Who lit the lamp in Game 1?

Mattias Janmark lit the lamp in Game 1, and Nicolas Roy opened the scoring in Game 3. While it was nice to get goals from Janmark and Roy, those aren’t the players that have brought the Golden Knights to this point.


How many minutes did it take for John Anderson to score his second goal?

Anderson ended the game with his second goal 13 minutes into overtime, letting the Canadiens steal a win and take a 2-1 series lead.


The Habs Have No Identity

This will be a rematch of last years Stanley Cup Semi-Finals, but don’t expect a very close game. The Montreal Canadiens have not been able to find an identity for their team all season long and injuries have decimated this team from Opening Night.


A Get-Right Spot for the Knights

The Golden Knights are usually one of the best teams on home ice in the NHL, but a three-game losing streak in Vegas has pushed their record at The Fortress to 12-10-2.


Canadiens vs. Golden Knights Pick

Vegas is in need of a strong bounce back win on home ice after dropping their last three. Montreal has been horrendous all season long and will be completely outmatched in this game. It’s hard to work up the moxie needed for a bet on the Habs and the price is just way too high on the Knights here.


What team did the Golden Knights play in the second round?

After going down 0-2 to the Colorado Avalanche in their second-round series, the Golden Knights found another gear when they hit the ice at T-Mobile Arena in front their loud, unwavering fans. Many have expected them to flip the switch in this series as well.


Who did the Canadiens beat in Round 1?

In Round 1, the Canadiens were counted out when the went down 3-1 to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Bit by bit, the moved the needle far enough in their direction to advance. They weren’t given much of a chance against the Winnipeg Jets, either, but barely broke a sweat in that four-game sweep.


Who is the Golden Glove 2021?

Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury has been the golden glove for his team in the the 2021 Stanley Cup Semifinals. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports. The Vegas Golden Knights put on display almost all of their strengths in Monday’s series-opening 4-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens.


How many goals does Jonathan Marchessault have?

He may not receive the most attention, but Jonathan Marchessault not only leads the Golden Knights with his six goals but has scored five times in 14 career clashes with the Canadiens.


Did the Golden Knights cover the goal spread?

Not only did the Golden Knights cover the -1.5 goal spread last game, but they did it without even needing an empty-net goal to do it.


Is the Golden Knights clicking on all cylinders?

As well as they’re playing, the Golden Knights aren’t clicking on all cylinders yet, but they are trending in the right direction and that doesn’t bode well for a Canadiens team that lacks the offensive abilities to match what Vegas can do.


Canadians Can Use Some Help

To say that Montreal has struggled on the season may be an understatement. They sit in last place in goals per game, averaging just 2.2 goals on average, resulting in (-56) goal differential, which “leads” the league, one goal less then Arizona.


Vegas Looks to Bounce Back

Las Vegas comes into this game looking to extend their lead in the Pacific Division, and while they are still leading the division, they have been going through a little bit of a rough patch as of late. They have the advantage of definitely being the healthier team, with Montreal having multiple players questionable coming into Thursday’s game.


Montreal Canadians vs Vegas Golden Knights Predictions

In the last week alone, Montreal has added six players to their list of key injured players, limiting the depth that Montreal can produce. Although, depth is really the biggest thing they are missing, while Vegas may have less players effected currently by injury, but they find themselves without their second leading goal scorer in Pacioretty.


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