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Weekly overview

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

Monday Nov. 16

Canucks7 - 6 - 5

3rd Pacific div. — 8th Western conf.

Bell Centre – 7:30 pm EST


This year vs. Canucks: 0-1-0

Arriving in Montreal on a two-game losing streak, the struggling Canucks have just one win in their last six games. The Canucks, who will head to Winnipeg following Monday night’s game against Montreal, are currently 1-3-1 on their 7-game road trip.

Player to watch: Henrik Sedin: The Canucks’ captain heads to the Bell Centre with nine points in his last nine games. The Habs will have to keep their eye on Sedin who has 18 points in 23 career games against the Canadiens.

Thursday Nov. 19

Coyotes9 - 7 - 1

2nd Pacific div. — 7th Western conf.

Bell Centre - 7:30 p.m.  EST


In 2014-15 vs Coyotes: 2-0-0

The Coyotes had their three-game win streak snapped by the Columbus Blue Jackets in their most recent game Saturday night. One of the surprise teams this season, the Coyotes find themselves sitting in 2nd place in the Pacific division.

Player to watch: Oliver Ekman-Larsson: The Coyotes’ defenseman is simply on fire as the young rearguard heads into this week riding a 5-game point streak.

Friday Nov. 20

Islanders9 - 6 - 3

4th Metropolitan div. — 5th Eastern conf.

Barclays Center, NY - 7:30 p.m.  EST


In 2015-16 vs. Islanders : 1-0-0

The Canadiens head to the Barclays Center for the first game in a home-and-away series against the New York Islanders. The two teams will travel back to Montreal where they will face off at the Bell Centre Sunday night.

Player to watch: Kyle Okposo: The St. Paul, Minnesota native scored the Islanders lone goal against the Habs on November 5, 2015 and has collected points in four of his last five games.

Sunday Nov. 22

Islanders9 - 6 - 3

4th Metropolitan div. — 5th Eastern conf.

Bell Centre - 7:00 p.m.  EST


In 2015-16 vs. Islanders : 1-0-0

The Islanders presently sit in 5th place in the Eastern Conference despite losing six of their previous nine games, including a 4-1 loss to the Canadiens on November 5, 2015.

Player to watch: John Tavares: The Islanders’ captain has 14 points in 15 games this season, including a string of three points in his last three games.

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