The Montreal Canadiens are in St. Louis tonight as they take on the Blues at the Enterprise Center. 

The team is looking for a bit of a spark as the team's first line has been pretty cold over the last month. 

Head coach Claude Julien mentioned that he's considering splitting up Max Domi and Jonathan Drouin. 

Domi hasn't scored in 14 games and Drouin has just three goals in his last 16 games. 

"We feel that duo has done well, but lately they haven’t been doing as well and I have to consider if doesn’t get better down the road we’re going to separate them," said Julien. '"That’s not out of the question. Nobody said they’d be together all year. I think if they want to stay together, they have to be more productive as a line, not necessarily as a duo but as a line."

Sounds like Julien could keep the line in tact for tonight, but if things don't get going they could be separated during the game. 

We'll see if Julien makes any changes at practice today. 


Source: Montreal Gazette
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