Conversely, Harvey-Pinard had to leave the game in the second period due to a lower body injury. Following the loss, the club recalled Joshua Roy from the Laval Rocket and announced that Jake Allen would be in charge of defending the Montreal cage on Sunday.
3. Just like the Bleu-blanc-rouge, the Blues were in action near Buffalo yesterday afternoon. They won 3-1 against the Sabers in their first matchup since the All-Star break. Jake Neighbors was active in the offensive zone twice, while Joel Hofer closed the door 34 times and led Drew Bannister's team to its sixth win in the last ten games. In Montreal, St-Louis will embark on a three-game trip to the North American East for the second time, followed by a series of four games at home.
4. For the second day in a row, the Bell Center will vibrate to the rhythm of Family Weekend celebrations presented by Voisin in collaboration with Tim Hortons. On Sunday, two lucky people will join the players on the ice for the playing of the national anthems, while a young person alongside Michel Lacroix will have the chance to announce the starting lineup! In addition, Voisin will hand out pillowcases to the first 5,000 children to walk through the doors of the amphitheater, while Tim Hortons will serve hot chocolate and coffee outside the Bell Center before the game. Petit Lem – which will operate a pop-up store in Section 113 – is encouraging fans to wear pajamas to the Sunday afternoon game.
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