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The Montreal Canadiens begin their trip to California tonight with a visit to the Anaheim Ducks looking to snap a four-game losing streak.
Martin St-Louis’ side continue their five-game away streak after losing 5-2 to Boston Bruinslast Saturday.
John Gibson will be the starting goaltender for the Ducks, while Samuel Montembeault will guard the CH cage.
Defenseman Jayden Struble will play his first NHL game tonight. He will be next to Gustav Lindstrom on the third pair of defenders.
The head coach decided to shuffle the cards for the first matchup of the week on the American West Coast. Brendan Gallagher he will be transferred to the first trio along the flank Nick Suzuki AND Alex Newhook.
On the local side, the Ducks confirmed that the Quebec defender Tristan Luneau will be training. The 19-year-old rookie has played two games this season and so far has not collected a single point. Luneau will be used with Cam Fowler to the first pair of defenders.
Anaheim will be able to count on the young center Leo Carlsson for tonight’s game. The second pick in the last draft collected eight points, including six goals, in 12 games.
Anaheim will also try to get back to winning ways after losing their last three matches.
Among the injured, CH announced during the week that Rafaël Harvey-Pinard will be out for six to eight weeks. Defender Jordan Harris was placed on injured reserve Tuesday with a lower-body injury.
A possible settlement of the Canadians