The game roster will stay basically the same tonight against the Canadiens and we've got all the line-up details you need before the 7:30 game start in Montreal.
"Chabot's out," shared head coach Guy Boucher about his line-up. "And the twelve forwards that we've got are all in."
With Thomas Chabot expected to be the lone scratch tonight, let's take a look at the Sens projected line-up versus the Canadiens...
Given what we've seen during the team's last two skates, it looks like Matt Duchene will start tonight's game flanked by Mike Hoffman and Mark Stone. Duchene has skated in 8 games for the Senators since being acquired from the Avalanche on November 5th and is becoming increasingly more comfortable with his new squad.
"We're really starting to figure him out and he's starting to figure us out," the coach said of his top centre. "Right now, we've got the opportunity to build with a bit more of a free mind to be honest with you."
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Mike Condon (1-0-3) gets the nod in net against his former club.
"We decided that Condon was going to play this one," Boucher said earlier today. "We promised ourselves when the season was starting that it didn't matter if we were winning or losing and that we have to spread it out well."
Condon has yet to lose a game in regulation this season but has also failed to pick up a victory in his last 4 starts.