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Game 1 - Habs @ Leafs - Thursday Oct 6th 2011 - 19:00 EST - 2-0 Win

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Frattin - Grabovski - Kulemin
Lupul - Bozak - Kessel
Steckel - Dupuis - Armstrong
Rosehill - Lombardi - Brown

Gunarsson - Phaneuf
Liles - Schenn
Gardiner - Komisarek


Kostitsyn - Plekanec - Cammalleri
Pacioretty - Gomez - Gionta
Darche - Desharnais - Cole
Moen - Engqvist - Weber

Campoli - Gorges
Gill - Subban
Spacek - Diaz


Toronto Injuries:
Nazem Kadri - torn ligament in knee - on IR
Mikhail Grabovski - foot - questionable for this game
Tim Connolly - upper body - doubtful for this game
Clarke MacArthur - undisclosed - undisclosed
Leafs fans - head - too early to tell the significant of this injury

Montreal Injuries:
Brendon Nash - shoulder surgery - out indefintely
Max Pacioretty - fractured vertebra - questionable for this game
Lars Eller - right shoulder surgery - doubtful for this game
Andrei Markov - right knee inflammation - out indefinitely
Chris Campoli - head - questionable for this game
Travis Moen - undisclosed - questionable for this game
Ryan White - groin - on IR
Toronto News: David Steckel joined his new teammates at practice on Wednesday, centering a line with Phillipe Dupuis and Colby Armstrong. Tim Connolly took part in practice for the second consecutive day (upper-body injury), but did not play alongside projected linemates Joffrey Lupul and Phil Kessel and appears highly doubtful to play against the Habs on Thursday. He was joined by the suspended Clarke MacArthur and Colton Orr on an extra line. Matthew Lombardi is ready to play his first regular season game in nearly a year against his hometown Canadiens, and is expected to start on the fourth line. - TSN

Montreal News: Aaron Palushaj, Michael Blunden, Andreas Engqvist and Ian Schultz were assigned to the AHL's Hamilton Bulldogs on Wednesday. The club will also place Jeff Woytwitka on waivers for the purpose of assigning him to Hamilton. - TSN

All info/lines comes from TSN Ice Chips and this opening post will be updated if the lines change leading upto game time.

GO LEAFS GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111


This is a big game. The Habs are one of those teams that the Leafs have to finish higher than if they want to make a playoff spot.

It will be exciting to finally see a game that counts again.

Oh whoa is me.  Trying so hard to be realistic.  Predicting they won't make the playoffs.  But then as the season gets closer, I just can't get over the image of the Leafs attacking the league like a bunch of raiding vikings.  Then in the first 10 games there will be that one loss that crushes my spirit and true reality does sets in.   But until it does, attack the Habs, take no prisoners, show no mercy!


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