The NHL matches usually work tight like this in the season introduction. Now we are throwing over the match between Montreal Canadiens and form-fired Chicago Blackhawks.
Guests have embarked on the season in a brilliant manner and have two really heavy wins in the luggage, 10-1 against Pittsburgh Penguins and 5-1 against Columbus Blue Jackets. Lastly, towards Toronto Maple Leafs, it was lost after a lost lead. Anyway, it seems like Blackhawks has something going on.
It has been so promising that it has not been for Montreal Canadiens who, after the penalty shootout against Buffalo Sabers in the Premiership, has two heavy losses away from Washington Capitals and New York Rangers. Now the next heavyweight is waiting and the question is whether the Canadians can resist the introduction? Set over 60 minutes, they have a good opportunity to get up in what will be the team’s first home match for the season.
Intensive introduction to wait
There are some damages to take into consideration for the guest’s part. Michal Rozsival misses because of his concussion, which will keep him away until further notice. Jordin Tootoo also has injury concerns that hold him indefinable for an indefinite period. Nick Schmaltz is unsure of play, while Marian Hossa is known for the rest of the season due to a skin disease.
David Schlemko is the only player likely to miss the match for the home team, so in this respect, Montreal Canadiens has an advantage over this match.
Looking at the latest matches between teams can undoubtedly require such an advantage. Chicago Blackhawks has won seven straight matches against Montreal Canadiens and given the fine season’s introduction there is every reason to fear this Blackhawks. In all matches, the team has gone out of stone and we think so too. Does Montreal Canadians stand up at the very beginning?