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3/15/16 Panthers vs. Canadiens

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Montoya, Trocheck help Panthers defeat Canadiens

Goaltender makes 27 saves; Florida has won three of four

by Sean Farrell / Correspondent

MONTREAL -- A visit to the dentist was a bigger priority than postgame interviews for Florida Panthers center Vincent Trocheck, who let his hot stick do his talking Tuesday. 

Trocheck had a goal and an assist, and Jiri Hudler, Nick Bjugstad and Aleksander Barkov scored to power Florida to a 4-1 victory against the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre.

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Subban remains out for Canadiens

Montreal gets Matteau back; Florida could be without Gudbranson

by Sean Farrell / Correspondent

PANTHERS (38-22-9) at CANADIENS (32-31-6)

TV: 7:30 p.m. ET; RDS, SN, FS-F, NHL.TV

MONTREAL -- Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban did not take part in the optional morning skate prior to the game against the Florida Panthers at Bell Centre on Tuesday.


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Pacioretty tries to paint a pretty picture

Stubbs: Montreal captain hoping new faces develop into future Canadiens

by Dave Stubbs @dave_stubbs / Columnist

MONTREAL -- Surely it was the largest Montreal Canadiens team photo ever taken -- 31 players, 53 people including ownership, management, coaches and team support staff.

In the early autumn, when the Canadiens assembled on Bell Centre ice for the season's marketing-use group photo, 23 players took their places with 22 others.

"Hopefully, they didn't get a deal on frames. They've got to get some bigger ones for [the picture Monday]," Max Pacioretty joked after practice, the Canadiens captain having taken his place front row center.

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Canadiens' Subban out two more games

Montreal defenseman sustained neck injury March 10

by Sean Farrell / Correspondent

MONTREAL -- Defenseman P.K. Subban will miss at least two more games, Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien said Monday.

Subban has not played since sustaining a neck injury against the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday. He was hit by teammate Alexei Emelin and had to be removed from the ice on a stretcher. He was taken to Montreal General Hospital but released later that night.

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