Montreal Canadiens vs San Jose Sharks Online: How to Watch Live Stream

The Montreal Canadiens vs San Jose Sharks match is up for 10:30 PM EST later today. The game will be happening at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.

How to watch Montreal Canadiens vs San Jose Sharks:

Date and Time: October 17th, 2017 10:30 PM EST

Venue: SAP Center, San Jose, California

TV: NBCSN (US)

Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)

The Montreal Canadiens have a 1-3-1 score so far with 3 points. The San Jose Sharks have 2 points with a 1-3-0 score. The Canadiens have poorer stats to show against the Sharks. However, we expect that either team can win this game. No team has the definite upper hand here.

Montreal Canadiens Team News

Jonathan Drouin leads the team in points (3) while Alex Galchenyuk leads the team in goals (1). As for the assists, Karl Alzner leads the team with a score of 2.

The Canadiens only won their opener against Buffalo. After that, it has just been losses. The Montreal Canadiens are on a four-game losing streak.

Montreal’s worries are more. Carey Price was expected to perform really well after such a handsome extension. Price has a save percentage of .885, which is not at all what we had in mind for the season’s start from Price.

San Jose Sharks Team News

The Sharks have won 8 out of the 9 last meetings with the Montreal Canadiens. So although they haven’t had a good start to the season, they still have hope for a comfortable win. Based on past history, that is.

SAP Center also speaks in favor of the Sharks. They currently have a 10-game win streak against the Canadiens since 2000. Their last defeat was an overtime loss in the 1999 season.

The Sharks will probably have a tough defense ready to soak up the shooting attempts from the Montreal Canadiens. Kevin Labanc leads the team in points and goals (scores of 4 and 3, respectively). Mikkel Boedker leads the team in assists (2). This is going to be the fifth and last game of the home games row for the Sharks. They better make it count.

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