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Weekly overview

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

Tuesday, Jan. 5

Flyers 15 - 15 - 7

7th Metropolitan Division — 13th Eastern Conference

Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia,
                                  7:30 p.m. EST


2014-15 Record: 3-0-0

The struggling Philadelphia Flyers – currently riding a three-game losing streak - kick off the week with a Tuesday night matchup against the Canadiens at the Wells Fargo Center.

Player to watch: Jakub Voracek: The Kladno, Czech Republic native seems to have found his groove after a disappointing start to the season, picking up 10 points in his last eight games.

Wednesday, Jan. 6

Devils 20 - 14 - 5

4th Metropolitan Division — 7th Eastern Conference

Bell Center, Montreal,
                                  7:00 p.m. EST


2015-16 Record: 1-0-1

Currently sitting in 7th place in the Eastern Conference, the Devils head into this week with three consecutive victories coming against the Hurricanes, Senators and Stars.

Player to watch: Michael Cammalleri: New Jersey might be without their leading scorer Wednesday in Montreal, as Cammalleri (day-to-day) missed Saturday’s game against the Stars with an upper body injury.

Saturday, Jan. 9

Penguins 19 - 15 - 4

5th Metropolitan Division — 7th Eastern Conference

Bell Center, Montreal,
                                  7:00 p.m. EST


2015-16 Record: 1-0-1

Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins returned to their goal scoring ways, scoring five goals in back-to-back victories over both the Red Wings and Islanders. 

Player to watch: Sidney Crosby: With 10 points in his last seven games the Penguins captain is back to being one of the NHL’s most lethal scorers, lighting the lamp five times in his last five games.  

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