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ICYMI: Tuesday, Oct. 27

by Staff

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Canadiens visit Canucks, go for 10th straight win
The Montreal Canadiens look to extend their perfect start to 10-0-0 against the Vancouver Canucks in the first game of a Western Canada swing. The Canadiens are attempting to become the third team in NHL history to win their first 10 games and Vancouver is trying to avoid the longest winless start to a season on home ice in franchise history.

Bruins' Beleskey back; Coyotes' Hanzal game-time call
Boston Bruins forward Matt Beleskey will return to the lineup against the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday at TD Garden, according to coach Claude Julien. Arizona, meanwhile, could be without center Martin Hanzal after he left a 4-3 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday with a lower-body injury. Hanzal, who leads the NHL with 10 assists, is a game-time decision according to coach Dave Tippett.

Blues to get Fabbri, Upshall back against Lightning
Tampa Bay likely will play final game of a four-game trip Tuesday against the St. Louis Blues without forward Cedric Paquette, while the Blues will get a boost as rookie left wing Robby Fabbri (concussion) returns after missing the past six games. St. Louis native Ben Bishop will start in goal for the Lightning against the team that selected him in 2005 NHL Draft.

Raffl will play for Flyers against Sabres 
Sam Reinhart and Jack Eichel are the future of the Buffalo Sabres and Tuesday against the Philadelphia Flyers they'll start on the same line. Forward Michael Raffl will be in the Flyers lineup after collapsing on the bench during a game Saturday.

Blue Jackets try to build off first win under Tortorella
The Columbus Blue Jackets seek their second straight when they play the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday at Prudential Center on Tuesday. The Devils, who placed forward Tuomo Ruutu on IR Tuesday, are seeking a fifth straight win after opening the season 0-3-1.

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