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Game Day: Canadiens’ Phillip Danault sick, misses morning skate

Game Day: Canadiens’ Phillip Danault sick, misses morning skate

STU COWAN With Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais already out for 6-8 weeks with knee injuries, the Canadiens were also missing Phillip Danault when they hit the ice in Brossard for their morning skate Thursday. The Canadiens announced that Danault […]
Canadiens announce Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais are both out for 6-8 weeks

Canadiens announce Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais are both out for 6-8 weeks

STU COWAN After all the guessing and speculation last season about how long Carey Price would be out with his “lower-body” injury, the Canadiens came clean Wednesday afternoon, announcing that Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais will both be sidelined for […]
About last night … Blues rally, edge Canadiens 3-2 in OT

About last night … Blues rally, edge Canadiens 3-2 in OT

Who are the haters going to rag on now that David Desharnais is injured? DD was a third-period casualty of the Canadiens’ 3-2 Overtime loss in St. Louis Tuesday night. Desharnais left the game after attempting his FIRST bodycheck of the […]
Habs Eyes On The Prize Nov 27, 2016

Sunday Habs Headlines: Max Pacioretty explains post-game “controversy”

Here are your daily links, including Pacioretty’s apologies, what’s wrong with Desharnais, and looking at some NHL stats. Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Max Pacioretty explained his side of what happened after the game versus Carolina. [La Presse] What is going on with David Desharnais? [RDS] Sean Campbell shared hit thoughts on Montreal’s recent games, while the crew on The Scrum debate whether Max Pacioretty has been treated fairly by fans. [TSN 690 | Campbell | The Scrum] Andrei Markov is an ageless wonder: Andrei Markov: 38 years old and almost a point-a-game.— James...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Nov 22, 2016

Habs lineup news: Daniel Carr in for Charles Hudon

One young Habs forward takes the place of another The Montreal Canadiens announced one lineup change ahead of their game against the Ottawa Senators today. Daniel Carr prendra la place de Charles Hudon face aux Sénateurs. / Daniel Carr will take Charles Hudon's spot against the Sens. #GoHabsGo— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) November 22, 2016 Yesterday, Hudon practiced with David Desharnais and Chris Terry, so that is likely where Carr will line up. Hudon had an opportunity starting last game with Tomas Plekanec and Brendan Gallagher but found himself demoted as the game went...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Nov 17, 2016

Habs lines at practice, November 17: Alexander Radulov missing again

How the Canadiens lined up before their flight to Carolina The Montreal Canadiens held their last practice before flying to North Carolina to face the Carolina Hurricanes tomorrow night. When the team took the ice, it quickly became apparent that Alexander Radulov would not be participating and is not expected to make the trip to Carolina. #canadiens Alexander Radulov not on the ice at practice. #lavoiedubé— Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) November 17, 2016 As for the lines, they were the same as what finished the game against Florida, with David Desharnais on the left of Tomas...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Nov 12, 2016

Saturday Habs Headlines: Alex Radulov becoming a leader for the Canadiens

Your daily links, including Radulov’s leadership and chemistry with Galchenyuk, Marc Bergevin’s latest moves paying off, and more Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Alexander Radulov has been impressive so far this season. We knew he was talented, but it’s his leadership which has won hearts of Habs fans early on. [Sportsnet] The chemistry between Radulov and new linemate Alex Galchenyuk is palpable, almost defying odds. [TVA Sports] David Desharnais was a healthy scratch on Thursday, and Marc Bergevin may soon need to solve his lineup of centres. [Journal de Montréal] If and when...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Nov 10, 2016

Habs lineup vs Kings: David Desharnais, Greg Pateryn out

Sven Andrighetto and Joel Hanley to make their NHL season debuts The Montreal Canadiens held an optional skate this morning but that didn’t mean there wasn’t news about how the Habs will lineup against the Kings tonight. Michel Therrien confirmed that David Desharnais and Greg Pateryn will be out of the lineup tonight and will be replaced by Sven Andrighetto and Joel Hanley. Both Andrighetto and Hanley will be making their season debuts in the NHL. #canadiens David Desharnais, Greg Pateryn out, Sven Andrighetto, Joel Hanley in vs #kings #lavoiedubé— Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva)...
Rotoworld Nov 10, 2016

David Desharnais knows he has to be better - David Desharnais (C) Montreal Canadiens

David Desharnais has gone nine straight games without scoring a point.

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