Montreal Canadiens Open Preseason Schedule Against Boston Bruins

Francois GendronSenior Writer ISeptember 22, 2010

TORONTO - OCTOBER 7:  Tomas Piekanec #35 of the Montreal Canadiens skates before the game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre on October 7, 2006 in Toronto, Ontario. The Canadiens beat the Leafs 3-2 in a shootout.(Photo By Dave Sandford/Getty Images)
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Tonight, the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens will entertain the hockey fans at the Bell centre in Montreal for the first time of this new upcoming season.

Both teams will line up an interesting mix of prospects and veterans in this game.

On Montreal's side, Andrew Conboy, Louis Leblanc, Gabriel Dumont, Ben Maxwell, and Aaron Palushaj will be playing with veteran forwards Tomas Plekanec, Mike Cammalleri, and Jeff Halpern.

Jared Tinordi, Yannick Weber, and Frederic St-Denis will try to proove their potential on defense. Veterans like Hal Gill, Josh Gorges, and Jaroslav Spacek will complete the defensive lineup.

Some of the new players mentioned earlier will not make the team this year but it will be interesting to see how they can handle real game situations on both ends of the rink.

I will enjoy my first hockey game of this new season.

A happy 2010-2011 season to every hockey fan!

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