The Rangers lead the best of seven series 2-0.
Montreal is desperately looking for ways to score on Rangers’ netminder Henrik Lundqvist, who has thus far stymied the Habs offence and allowed only three goals in two games.
Struggling Habs forward Thomas Vanek practised on the fourth line yesterday, something of a demotion for the regular season star who hasn’t performed as expected.
Patience is not an option for coach Michel Therrien. However, he cautioned reporters not to read too much into the changes in tonight’s line-up.
Game 3 of the Habs-Rangers series starts at 8 p.m. You can stream it live at CBC.ca/sports.
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