CANADIENS (3-7-1) at SENATORS (5-1-5)
7:30 p.m. ET; RDS, TSN2, TSN5, NHL.TV
The Ottawa Senators will try to extend their point streak to six games when they face the Montreal Canadiens at Canadian Tire Centre on Monday.
The Senators are 2-0-3 in their past five games. They have one regulation loss in 11 games this season.
Senators center Kyle Turris will miss a third game with a viral infection. Coach Guy Boucher said he is hopeful Turris will be able to play against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday.
Goalie Craig Anderson will start for the Senators.
Video: PHI@OTT: Anderson stretches across to stuff Couturier
Goalie Al Montoya will get his second start of the season for the Canadiens. Montoya made 37 saves in a 5-1 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Oct. 18.
The Canadiens are 2-1-0 since ending a seven-game losing streak (0-6-1) and are coming off a 5-4 win against the New York Rangers on Saturday. However, they've lost five straight on the road after an opening-night 3-2 shootout win at the Buffalo Sabres.
Players to watch
Canadiens forward Phillip Danault had four points (two goals, two assists) against the Rangers on Saturday.
Senators forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau has a goal and four assists in a three-game point streak and was named the NHL's Third Star for the week ending Oct. 29.
Video: NYR@MTL: Danault nets rebound to pad Canadiens' lead
They said it
"It's a tough game any time we come in here. It's always intense. It's always physical." -- Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher
"It doesn't matter who's in or who's out. We're playing really well as a unit of five of the ice." -- Senators forward Derick Brassard
Canadiens projected lineup
Artturi Lehkonen -- Jonathan Drouin -- Paul Byron
Max Pacioretty -- Phillip Danault -- Andrew Shaw
Charles Hudon -- Tomas Plekanec -- Brendan Gallagher
Alex Galchenyuk -- Michael McCarron -- Torrey Mitchell
Victor Mete -- Shea Weber
Karl Alzner -- Jordie Benn
Brandon Davidson -- Jeff Petry
Scratched: Jacob De La Rose, Joe Morrow
Injured: David Schlemko (hand), Ales Hemsky (upper body), Nikita Scherbak (knee)
Senators projected lineup
Ryan Dzingel -- Derick Brassard -- Mark Stone
Mike Hoffman -- Jean-Gabriel Pageau -- Christopher DiDomenico
Alexandre Burrows -- Zack Smith -- Tom Pyatt
Nate Thompson -- Jack Rodewald
Johnny Oduya -- Erik Karlsson
Dion Phaneuf -- Cody Ceci
Fredrik Claesson -- Chris Wideman
Scratched: Max McCormick
Injured: Kyle Turris (viral infection), Bobby Ryan (fractured finger)
Scherbak is expected to miss six weeks after having right knee surgery Monday. ... Canadiens coach Claude Julien said Montoya is starting because Price played three games in five days. … Boucher will use 11 forwards and seven defensemen with Wideman returning after missing one game because of a neck injury.
Stone has six points (four goals, two assists) in his past four games. … Karlsson has nine assists in his past five games. … Montoya is 2-3-1 with a 2.81 goals-against average and .904 save percentage against the Senators.