The Montreal Canadiens are finally on the ice tonight for an NHL game. 

It'll be the team's first game since they played the Florida Panthers on January 1. 

The team had a massive COVID outbreak and has been shut down since. 

While not everybody is back, the team at least has a somewhat NHL lineup and probably the closest that head coach Dominique Ducharme has had in months. 

Ducharme revealed his lineup for tonight's game against the Boston Bruins which will be headlined by Jake Allen's first start since December 14. 

Jake Evans and Alexander Romanov who entered COVID protocol in Florida and had to stay there joined the team for morning skate this morning but won't be in the lineup tonight, but could suit up tomorrow night against the Chicago Blackhawks. 

Check out Ducharme's full lineup below as the the team will take on the red hot Bruins who just pulled off two big wins against the Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning. 

Lehkonen - Suzuki - Hoffman
Drouin - Dvorak - Armia
Dauphin - Poehling - Caufield
Paquette - Vejdemo - Pezzetta

Chiarot - Savard
Kulak - Petry
Niku - Wideman

Allen