The Montreal Canadiens will take the ice Wednesday in HSBC Arena with two key players back in their lineup as Mike Cammalleri and Marc-Andre Bergeron will return from extended absences. Neither has played since suffering knee injuries in early February.
And while the Habs have still played well, their power play has suffered in their absence. Montreal remains second in the NHL with the man-advantage but it just 5 for 37 since the Olympic break and went 0 for 5 in Monday's 2-0 loss to Ottawa.
Meanwhile, Habs winger Travis Moen will be out after suffering a 50-stitch cut to his forehead after taking a skate to the face in a scary scene Monday. He will replaced on the third line by former Sabres farmhand Mathieu Darche.
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