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Canadiens' Desharnais misses Game 2 vs. Lightning with flu



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MONTREAL (AP) — Montreal center David Desharnais was scratched from the lineup Sunday night for Game 2 of the Canadiens' playoff series against Tampa Bay because of the flu.

He was replaced by Brian Flynn, who sat out the previous two games.

Desharnais has no goals and two assists in seven playoff games this season.

The Lightning won Game 1 in double overtime Friday night.

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