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Projected lineups for Canadiens, Flames

Thursday, 10.13.2011 / 1:02 PM

By Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com / At the Rink blog

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Projected lineups for Canadiens, Flames
Here are the lines for tonight's game between the Canadiens and Flames tonight in Montreal, based on this morning practices.

CANADIENS
Max Pacioretty - Scott Gomez - Brian Gionta
Travis Moen - Tomas Plekanec - Erik Cole
Mathieu Darche - David Desharnais - Andrei Kostitsyn
Lars Eller - Andreas Engqvist - Aaron Palushaj

Hal Gill - P.K. Subban
Josh Gorges - Raphael Diaz
Alexei Emelin - Yannick Weber

Carey Price will start in goal, with Peter Budaj backing him up.

Injured and sitting out tonight are forwards Michael Cammalleri and Ryan White, and defensemen Chris Campoli, Jaroslav Spacek and Andrei Markov

FLAMES
Alex Tanguay - David Moss - Jarome Iginla
Curtis Glencross - Olli Jokinen - Lee Stempniak
Tim Jackman - Roman Horak - Rene Bourque
Niklas Hagman - Matt Stajan - Tom Kostopoulos

Mark Giordano - Scott Hannan
Chris Butler - Jay Bouwmeester
Derek Smith - Cory Sarich

Miikka Kiprusoff will start in goal, with Henrik Karlsson serving as the backup.

Forwards Brendan Morrison and Mikael Backlund are injured and will not play. Healthy but sitting out are forward Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond and defenseman Anton Babchuk
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