Ottawa Senators at Montreal Canadiens

November 20, 2007

NHL Hall of Fame defenseman Larry Robinson helped the Montreal Canadiens win a lot of games during his playing days. Tonight, he gets a chance to help the Habs win again — 15 years after his retirement.  

Before Monday night’s game against the Ottawa Senators, the Canadiens will honour Robinson by retiring his number, raising his No. 19 to the rafters of Montreal’s Bell Centre. In a ceremony that’s sure to inspire the current players, about 70 friends, family members and Canadiens legends, including former coach Scotty Bowman, will be in attendance for a ceremony that pays tribute to one of the best blue-liners in NHL history.

Robinson, now 56, scored 208 goals and tallied 958 points in 1,384 NHL games for the Canadiens and Los Angeles Kings from 1972 to 1992.

The Senators are 120-moneyline favorites at BetUS, and the over/under is 5.5

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