CANADIENS (18-14-6) at PANTHERS (19-13-5)
7 p.m. ET; SN, FS-F, RDS, NHL.TV
Max Domi will look to extend his goal streak to five games when the Montreal Canadiens face the Florida Panthers at BB&T Center on Sunday.
Domi, who has four goals and an assist during the streak, has seven points (four goals, three assists) in a five-game point streak.
Montreal, which lost 5-4 to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday, is 6-3-0 in its past nine games.
The Panthers will look for their fifth victory in six games after defeating the Detroit Red Wings 5-4 on Saturday.
Players to watch
Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher had two assists in each of his past two games and has 13 points (five goals, eight assists) over his past 11 games.
Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau has three goals and nine assists during his current five-game point streak.
They said it
"What we were doing really well in that last stretch was playing good defense and that kind of slipped away from us (against Tampa Bay)." -- Canadiens defenseman Jeff Petry
"It's a big game. Obviously tonight going into the third period we had a one-goal lead. We wanted to try and ride some momentum into tomorrow night and I thought the guys did a good job kind of shutting it down and playing the way we wanted in the third period. Hopefully it can translate to the way we start tomorrow." -- Panthers forward Mike Hoffman after the 5-4 victory against the Red Wings on Saturday
Canadiens projected lineup
Tomas Tatar -- Phillip Danault -- Brendan Gallagher
Artturi Lehkonen -- Max Domi -- Nick Suzuki
Nick Cousins -- Jesperi Kotkaniemi -- Jordan Weal
Ryan Poehling -- Nate Thompson -- Riley Barber
Ben Chiarot -- Shea Weber
Brett Kulak -- Jeff Petry
Victor Mete -- Cale Fleury
Scratched: Lukas Vejdemo, Christian Folin, Mike Reilly
Injured: Paul Byron (upper body), Joel Armia (hand), Jonathan Drouin (wrist), Matthew Peca (knee)
Panthers projected lineup
Jonathan Huberdeau -- Aleksander Barkov -- Evgenii Dadonov
Brett Connolly -- Vincent Trocheck -- Noel Acciari
Frank Vatrano -- Brian Boyle -- Mike Hoffman
Colton Sceviour -- Dominic Toninato -- Jayce Hawryluk
Keith Yandle -- Mark Pysyk
Riley Stillman -- Anton Stralman
Mike Matheson -- Josh Brown
Scratched: Denis Malgin
Injured: Aaron Ekblad (upper body), MacKenzie Weegar (upper body)
Neither team had a morning skate. … Lindgren likely will make his season debut for Montreal unless coach Claude Julien decides to use Price twice in a back-to-back set for the second time in nine instances this season. … Hawryluk has not played since Oct. 30, but could replace Malgin, who played 7:15 against Detroit. … Ekblad and Weegar each is expected to miss his second consecutive game.
The Canadiens and Panthers will play each other for the 100th time in the regular season. Florida is 46-36-11 with six ties. … Bobrovsky has a .943 save percentage in seven starts at BB&T Center since Dec. 7. … Montreal is 5-for-9 on the power play in its past five games. … Florida is 7-for-19 on the power play in its past five games.