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Eyes On The Prize Nov 9, 2019
[Highlight] Nate Thompson scores the Habs’ second goal in 15 seconds

[Highlight] Nate Thompson scores the Habs’ second goal in 15 seconds

Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/ The Habs didn’t let up after taking the lead. Just seconds after taking the lead on the power play, Artturi Lehkonen received the puck below the goal line, looked up, and saw an open Nate Thompson at the opposte side of the net. Lehkonen whipped a pass across, and Thompson just had to connect for the 2-0 lead. Two goals in 15 seconds. 2-0 #Habs pic.twitter.com/avN2YpNcoL— Jared Book (@jaredbook) November 10, 2019
Eyes On The Prize Nov 5, 2019
[Highlight] Paul Byron’s speed creates his first goal of the season

[Highlight] Paul Byron’s speed creates his first goal of the season

Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via The goal only happened because he able to beat the puck to the blue line. Artturi Lehkonen has gained the zone, but the puck was slowly working its way back out to the neutral zone. Paul Byron raced on to it just as it was on the verge of crossing the line to keep it in, and he beat Rask at the end of the rush to put Montreal up 3-1. Paul Byron with a great save on the blue line then scores one through Rask's five hole to make it 3-1. pic.twitter.com/8nVIk5Pg5n— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) November 6, 2019
Eyes On The Prize Nov 5, 2019
Canadiens vs. Bruins: Game thread

Canadiens vs. Bruins: Game thread

Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via The Canadiens look to prove their mettle versus one of the NHL’s top teams. Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins How to watch Start time: 7:30 PM EST / 4:30 PM PSTIn the Canadiens region: TSN2, TSN Direct (English), RDS, RDS Direct (French)In the US: NBCSNStreaming: NHL.tv/ NHL Live Called up a few days after Jesperi Kotkaniemi was placed on the Injured Reserve list, it appears Ryan Poehling will be thrown right into the middle of the action tonight, slotting into the centre of the third line with Paul Byron on his right and Artturi Lehkonen on his...
Eyes On The Prize Nov 2, 2019
[Highlight] Nick Suzuki’s no-look pass sets up Artturi Lehkonen’s goal

[Highlight] Nick Suzuki’s no-look pass sets up Artturi Lehkonen’s goal

Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports The Canadiens may not win, but they did break Ben Bishop’s shutout bid. After giving up an empty-net goal to go down 4-0, Artturi Lehkonen gives the Habs at least a chance at a comeback.
Montreal Gazette Oct 22, 2019

Canadiens Notebook: Joel Armia misses practice with injury

Rookie Nick Suzuki gets promoted to the second line with Max Domi and Artturi Lehkonen.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 22, 2019
Canadiens lines at practice: Suzuki promoted among a minor shakeup

Canadiens lines at practice: Suzuki promoted among a minor shakeup

Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/ Claude Julien makes some minor tweaks. The Montreal Canadiens were back to practice on Tuesday, and there were some changes to the forward lines. #Habs #CHSelon les chandails à l’entraînement :Tatar-Danault-GallagherLehkonen-Domi-SuzukiDrouin-KK-CousinsByron-Thompson-WealArmia absentTous les défenseurs y sont.— Alexandre Gascon (@GasconAlexandre) October 22, 2019 Nick Suzuki was once again with Artturi Lehkonen and Max Domi as his play continues to improve and he is getting rewarded for it. Nick Cousins was also moved up to play with Jesperi...
Eyes On The Prize Oct 16, 2019
Recap: Two golden minutes are enough for Tampa

Recap: Two golden minutes are enough for Tampa

Vasilevskiy and poor execution see Montreal lose by two. The Montreal Canadiens suited up for action again on Tuesday night, moving on from the win against the reigning Stanley Cup champions by facing the Tampa Bay Lightning. Nick Suzuki continued on the fourth line with Nate Thompson and Paul Byron, while Jordan Weal took his place on the second with Max Domi and Artturi Lehkonen. On the back end Ben Chiarot and Christian Folin started on the third pairing with Brett Kulak taking the spot next to Jeff Petry. The Lightning started off controlling the game, with the Canadiens focusing in on...

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