1. Canadiens vs. Lightning Game 4: Game thread, lines, and how to watch  Habs Eyes on the Prize
  2. Kotkaniemi a healthy scratch, Romanov and Kulak to draw in on D  TSN
  3. Canadiens scratch Kotkaniemi, juggle lineup for Game 4 vs. Lightning  Sportsnet.ca
  4. Montreal Canadiens shuffle lines ahead of Game 4  Habs Eyes on the Prize
  5. Montreal Canadiens scratch Jesperi Kotkaniemi; Tampa Bay Lightning's Alex Killorn ruled out again  ESPN
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The Canadiens skake things up in desperate need of a win.The Canadiens skake things up in desperate need of a win.

Canadiens vs. Lightning Game 4: Game thread, lines, and how to watch - Eyes On The Prize

With their season on the line, the Montreal Canadiens will make Jesperi Kotkaniemi a healthy scratch and swap a defence pairing for Monday's Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Montreal Canadiens Jesperi Kotkaniemi Stanley Cup Final - TSN.ca

Montreal Canadiens forward Jesperi Kotkaniemi is expected to be scratched for Game 4 of the team's Stanley Cup Final vs. the Tampa Bay Lightning, with Jake Evans appearing to be his replacement in the lineup.Montreal Canadiens forward Jesperi Kotkaniemi is expected to be scratched for Game 4 of the team's Stanley Cup Final vs. the Tampa Bay Lightning, with Jake Evans appearing to be his replacement in the lineup.

Canadiens scratch Kotkaniemi, juggle lineup for Game 4 vs. Lightning - Sportsnet.ca

The struggling Canadiens scratched Jesperi Kotkaniemi, while the Lightning's Alex Killorn was initially a game-time decision before being ruled out shortly before the puck dropped.The struggling Canadiens scratched Jesperi Kotkaniemi, while the Lightning's Alex Killorn was initially a game-time decision before being ruled out shortly before the puck dropped.

Montreal Canadiens scratch Jesperi Kotkaniemi; Tampa Bay Lightning's Alex Killorn ruled out again

Montreal Canadiens interim head coach Dominique Ducharme decided to go all-in on Monday, shuffling his roster from top to bottom ahead of Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final series against the Tampa Bay Lightning.Montreal Canadiens interim head coach Dominique Ducharme decided to go all-in on Monday, shuffling his roster from top to bottom ahead of Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final series against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Ducharme makes numerous changes; Kotkaniemi to be left out | CTV News

Trending News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & MoreThe Montreal Canadiens pulled out all the stops for their do-or-die Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday night.Head coach Dominique Ducharme scratched pivot Jesperi Kotkaniemi in favor of Jake Evans. Additionally, Alexander Romanov and Brett Kulak drew into the lineup on defense for Erik Gustafsson and Jon Merrill.The Canadiens also promoted Tyler Toffoli to the top line and bumped up Josh Anderson to the second line.Kotkaniemi, the 2018 third overall pick, has recorded five goals and three assists in 19 games this postseason. However, he's scored just once in his last 12 contests."It's nothing against (Kotkaniemi) or anything else, but we have depth and we have options," Ducharme said, according to TSN's John Lu."Again, it's not punishment ... sometimes as a hockey player you face these moments," Ducharme added. "He's a good team guy and understands the situation even though nobody wants to sit."Evans morphed into a lineup fixture until suffering a concussion on a hit by Mark Scheifele during Round 2. He's skated in just one game since then.Meanwhile, Romanov and Kulak have skated in two and 11 games, respectively, in these playoffs.

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Montreal Canadiens young centre Jesperi Kotkaniemi will sit as a healthy scratch in tonight's Game 4 but this is not the right call.The Montreal Canadiens find themselves in a tough situation. They have made an impressive run to the Stanley Cup Final but now their backs are against the ...

Canadiens: Scratching Jesperi Kotkaniemi Not The Right Decision

The 20-year-old will be watching Game 4 from the press box.The 20-year-old will be watching Game 4 from the press box.

Canadiens' Jesperi Kotkaniemi a healthy scratch for Stanley Cup Game 4 | Sporting News