5 Lineup Changes the Montreal Canadiens Should Consider

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5 Lineup Changes the Montreal Canadiens Should Consider
Montreal Canadiens defenseman Nathan Beaulieu.

The Montreal Canadiens appear to be back on track.

After starting the season at 5-2, the Habs went through a mini 1-3 slump. That in part prompted several lineup changes; including the much-anticipated call-up of 2009 first-round pick Louis Leblanc and the insertion of injured defenseman Douglas Murray back into the lineup.

While neither has particularly impressed in their two games with the Habs (Leblanc has zero points, while Murray has two interference penalties…and zero points), the team as a whole has seemingly turned it around with consecutive victories, on back-to-back nights no less.

Nonetheless, there is room for improvement, as the Habs find themselves in only third place in the Atlantic Division heading into Wednesday night’s action. Here are five lineup changes the Habs should consider moving forward to help move themselves up in time for the playoffs:

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