On this day in hockey history 1919 – The death of Montreal Canadiens’ star Joe Hall (during a flu epidemic) brought an end to the 1919 Stanley Cup Finals between Montreal and Seattle, with no winner declared.
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BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL. | April 5, 5:00 PM ET | TV: SN, FS-F, RDS

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PANTHERS CANADIENS
87 (20th) Points (NHL Position) 104 (4th)
36-28-15 Record 47-22-10
19-12-7 Home 25-9-6
17-16-8 Road 22-13-4
5-4-1 Last 10 4-3-3
2.40 G/G 2.57
2.60 GA/G 2.24
15.7 PP% 16.6
79.9 PK% 83.1
8.7 PIM/G 9.9
30.8 S/G 28.4
29.5 SA/G 30.3
48.4 FO% 52.3
51.2 CF% 48.3
51.0 FF% 48.7
Projected Line Combinations and Goaltenders (subject to change)
Forwards
Huberdeau – Barkov – Jagr
Pirri – Bolland – Boyes
Jokinen – Trocheck -Hayes
Kopecky – MacKenzie – Upshall
Pacioretty – Desharnais – Parenteau
Galchenyuk – Plekanec – Gallagher
Prust – Eller – Weise
De La Rose – Mitchell – Smith-Pelly
Expected scratches: Malhotra, Flynn
Defensemen
Campbell – Ekblad
Mitchell – Gudbransson
Kulikov – Petrovic
Markov – Subban
Emelin – Petry
Beaulieu – Gilbert
Expected scratches: Weaver, Gonchar, Pateryn
Goalies
Dan Ellis (Confirmed) Carey Price (Confirmed)
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 4-2-1
GAA: 2.11
Sv%: .922
SO: 1
Alternate: Roberto Luongo
2014-2015 Season:
Record: 41-16-6
GAA: 1.95
Sv%: .935
SO: 9
Alternate: Dustin Tokarski
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