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Sharks at Canadiens: Lines, how to watch & open thread

All of the information for game no. 25.

Kevin Labanc #62 of the San Jose Sharks shoots on goal against the Montreal Canadiens during the second period at SAP Center on October 28, 2021 in San Jose, California. Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

San Jose Sharks

STATS

Record: 7-13-4
Streak: L3
Goals Leader: Timo Meier (12 G, 10 A)
Assists Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 21 A)
Power Play: 21.3%
Penalty Kill: 90.3%
Goals For/60: 2.91
Goals Against/60: 3.43
Shots For/60: 29.57
Shots Against/60: 30.14

LINES

Timo Meier — Tomas Hertl — Kevin Labanc
Matt Nieto — Logan Couture — Alexander Barabanov
Noah Gregor — Nick Bonino — Luke Kunin
Oskar Lindblom — Steven Lorentz — Evgeny Svechnikov

Jaycob Megna — Erik Karlsson
Marc-Edouard Vlasic — Matt Benning
Radim Simek — Nick Cicek

Kaapo Kahkonen
Aaron Dell

Expected Scratches: Jeffrey Viel, Jonah Gadjovich, Scott Harrington

Injured Reserve: James Reimer (lower body), Nico Sturm (upper body), Markus Nutivaara (lower body), Mario Ferraro (lower body)

Montreal Canadiens

STATS

Record: 11-9-1
Streak: W2
Goals Leader: Nick Suzuki (12 G, 12 A)
Assists Leader: Kirby Dach (4 G, 13 A)
Power Play: 16.4%
Penalty Kill: 80.0%
Goals For/60: 2.90
Goals Against/60: 3.42
Shots For/60: 29.88
Shots Against/60: 32.74

LINES

Cole Caufield — Nick Suzuki — Kirby Dach
Joel Armia — Sean Monahan — Josh Anderson
Evgenii Dadonov — Christian Dvorak — Brendan Gallagher
Michael Pezzetta — Jake Evans — Juraj Slafkovsky

Mike Matheson — David Savard
Joel Edmundson — Kaiden Guhle
Jordan Harris — Johnathan Kovacevic

Jake Allen
Sam Montembeault

Expected Scratches: Arber Xhekaj, Chris Wideman

Injured Reserve: Jonathan Drouin (upper body), Mike Hoffman (lower body)

How to Watch

Tonight’s game will be broadcast regionally on NBCSCA, TSN2 and RDS. Streaming is available with a subscription to ESPN+ (blackout restrictions may apply). The radio call will be streamed through the Sharks Audio Network. Puck drop is at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET at Bell Centre in Quebec, Montreal.

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