On this day in hockey history 2002 – Former Canadiens goaltender, Patrick Roy, became the NHL career leader in minutes played. He passed Terry Sawchuk at 43,696 minutes, on route to a lose 4-2 Avalanche to the Dallas Stars.
 Matchup
Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | November 15, 7:00 PM ET | TV: NHLN-US, TVA, SN, CSN-PH
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CANADIENS FLYERS
25 Points / 2nd NHL  Points/Position 16 Points / 22nd NHL
12-4-1 Record 7-6-2
7-2-0 Home 5-2-2
5-2-1 Road 2-4-0
6-3-1 Last 10 6-4-0
2.41 G/G 3.20
2.53 GA/G 3.00
8.5 PP% 25.0
85.1 PK% 75.5
 Projected Line Combinations and Goaltenders (subject to change)
Forwards
Pacioretty – Desharnais – Parenteau
Galchenyuk – Plekanec – Gallagher
Sekac – Eller – Prust
Beaulieu – Malhotra – Weise
Expected scratches: Bowman
Simmonds – Giroux – Voracek
Umberger – Couturier – Read
Schenn – Lecavalier – Akeson
Rinaldo – Bellemare – VandeVelde
Defensemen
Markov – Subban
Emelin – Weaver
Gonchar – Gilbert
Expected scratches:  
Grossman – Streit
Coburn – Colaiacovo
Del Zotto – Schultz
Goalies
Carey Price (Confirmed) Ray Emery (Probable)
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 10-3-1
GAA: 2.45
Sv%: .920
SO: 1
Alternate: Dustin Tokarski
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 4-1-1
GAA: 2.74
Sv%: .915
SO: 0
Alternate: Steve Mason
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