After some time off the Montreal Canadiens were back on the ice on Tuesday morning for practice at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard. 

Despite their win against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, the Canadiens are still struggling lately and having some trouble creating offense. 

That's why we saw Tomas Tatar in the press box on Saturday and general manager Marc Bergevin confirmed it was to send a message to the forward for his disappointing play. 

At practice, Tatar found himself back in the lineup as head coach Claude Julien had Tatar skating with Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Joel Armia. 

The Nick Suzuki line with Jonathan Drouin and Josh Anderson stayed in place while Tyler Toffoli continued to skate with Phillip Danault and Brendan Gallagher. 

The fourth line was made up of Artturi Lehkonen, Jake Evans and Corey Perry while Paul Byron was the extra forward and Brett Kulak was the extra defenseman as the pairs stayed in place from Saturday. 

What do you think of Julien's change?

Toffoli-Danault-Gallagher;
Drouin-Suzuki-Anderson;
Tatar-Kotkaniemi-Armia;
Lehkonen-Evans-Perry.
Byron.

Chiarot-Weber;
Edmundson-Petry;
Mete-Romanov;
Kulak.

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