While neither team wants to look too far ahead, its no secret that the Canadiens and Lightning are headed on a collision course to meet in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. With just two points separating the two clubs, tonights match-up in Tampa Bay wont be just a playoff preview, but also play a factor in which team will have home ice. Montreal has the chance to secure a playoff berth if they defeat the Lightning in any fashion or if they get one point against the Lightning and the Capitals lose to the Stars in any fashion or if the Capitals lose to the Stars in regulation and the Devils lose to the Sabres in any fashion. The Lightning, who hold a game in hand on Montreal, would clinch a playoff spot if they defeat the Canadiens in any fashion and the Capitals lose to the Stars in regulation and the Devils lose to the Sabres in any fashion. Got all that? This will be the first time the Canadiens face Steven Stamkos this year. He missed the prior three games, which were all settled beyond regulation. Tampa Bay has won two of the three games. The Lightning are 4-0-3 in their past seven games at home, and kick off a six-game homestand tonight, but Montreal has won its past three games in Tampa Bay.? Carey Price and Ben Bishop have played in all three games of the season series and share identical .962 save percentage numbers against each other. Neither team has scored a power play goal against each other this year, both going 0-10. Valterri Filppula has the hot stick for the Lighting, riding a 12-game point streak (5-11-16pts), while Daniel Briere has scored twice against Tampa. His next goal will be his 300th NHL marker. The Habs have juggled the forward lines for tonight, moving Lars Eller on the third line wing position. 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Seager had another triple, a home run and a double in a rare feat not seen in more than 40 years, leading Felix Hernandez and the Seattle Mariners past the New York Yankees 10-2. "It was a weird play," Seager said of the triple in the fourth inning.The surging Montreal Canadiens will try to complete a home-and-home sweep when they visit the New Jersey Devils for Wednesdays rematch at Prudential Center. Watch it live tonight on TSN at 7pm et/4pm pt. You can also listen to the game live on TSN Radio Montreal 690 and TSN.ca/Montreal. The Canadiens notched a 3-2 regulation win over the visiting Devils on Monday, giving Montreal a 6-0-1 record over its past seven contests. The recent hot stretch has pushed the Habs into a tie for second place in the Atlantic Division, three points behind first-place Boston. Montreal will be without forward Rene Bourque, who did not make the trip to New Jersey after sustaining an upper-body injury in Monday nights win. Peter Budaj will get the call in goal. Cory Schneider will get the call for New Jersey tonight after Martin Brodeur yielded three goals on 17 shots in Mondays setback. Schneider has never faced the Canadiens. Montreal won its second game in a row in Mondays close decision against New Jersey. Alex Galchenyuk scored the game-winner for the Habs when he gave the hosts a 3-2 edge with 10:26 left in the third period. After being benched for the third period for an undisciplined penalty in Saturdays victory over Toronto, Galchenyuk earned a bit of redemption with his game-winner on Monday. Alexei Emelin missed the net on a shot from the middle, but Galchenyuk was there to steer the puck into the net on a broken play to give the Canadiens the lead for good. "I wasnt feeling low on Saturday, it happens, its part of the game. I put it behind me. I was definitely excited about this game. I wanted to play good annd was happy with that goal," said Galchenyuk.dddddddddddd Bourque tallied a goal and an assist in the win, while David Desharnais contributed two helpers. Max Pacioretty provided the other goal for Montreal and Carey Price turned aside 27-of-29 shots to record the victory. Price was particularly sharp in the opening period, when he held the Devils to just one goal on 11 shots. "We werent ready to play in the first period. It could have been 4-0 for the Devils, but Carey kept us in the game. We owe it to our goalies to step up when they bail us out," said Pacioretty. Price improved his career record against the Devils to 8-9-1 and he expects to get the start again in Wednesdays finale. He has a solid 2.39 goals against average and .916 save percentage in 18 career games versus New Jersey. Steve Bernier and Michael Ryder lit the lamp on Monday for New Jersey, which had a two-game winning streak snapped in the opener of this two-game series. "We played well at the start. We missed a couple of open-netters. Their defensemen made a couple of good plays and at the end that is what made the difference," said Brodeur after Mondays loss. Devils forward Adam Henrique left the opener of the home-and-home set with a lower-body injury and is questionable for Wednesdays clash. Henrique is tied for second on New Jersey with six goals this season. The Canadiens have won three of the past four meetings against New Jersey overall, but the Devils have claimed two of the past three encounters in Newark. Montreal has a 7-4-1 road record this season, while the Devils are 5-4-2 as the host. ' ' '