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Last Word on Hockey Nov 8, 2018
Montreal Canadiens Joel Armia Suffers Knee Injury

Montreal Canadiens Joel Armia Suffers Knee Injury

The Montreal Canadiens announced that winger Joel Armia is sidelined for six to eight weeks with a knee injury. The team made the announcement via their twitter account. Earlier in the day, head coach Claude Julien indicated that Armia had undergone an MRI and the team was waiting on the results. MEDICAL UPDATE Joel Armia suffered a right knee injury on November 6 at NY Rangers. His recovery period is expected to be 6-8 weeks. — Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) November 9, 2018 Joel Armia Injured Armia was tripped and made knee to knee contact with New York Rangers defensemen...
Sportsnet.ca Nov 8, 2018
Canadiens’ Joel Armia out 6-8 weeks with right knee injury

Canadiens’ Joel Armia out 6-8 weeks with right knee injury

Montreal Canadiens forward Joel Armia will miss the next six-to-eight weeks with a right knee injury, the team announced Thursday. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Nov 8, 2018
Joel Armia out six to eight weeks with a knee injury

Joel Armia out six to eight weeks with a knee injury

Bad news for part of the Canadiens’ Finnish contingent. The Montreal Canadiens’ injury woes aren’t getting any better in the early going of this season. With Shea Weber and Tomas Plekanec out to start, they’ve already lost Paul Byron for a few weeks. Then comes another blow to their top nine, with Joel Armia now sidelined for the next two months. MEDICAL UPDATEJoel Armia suffered a right knee injury on November 6 at NY Rangers. His recovery period is expected to be 6-8 weeks.— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) November 9, 2018 Armia took the brunt of a knee-on-knee hit by...
Eyes On The Prize Nov 8, 2018
Habs lines at morning skate: Shaw promoted, Juulsen out

Habs lines at morning skate: Shaw promoted, Juulsen out

Claude Julien shakes up the lineup ahead of tonight’s game. The Montreal Canadiens return to the Bell Centre tonight after a mini two-game road trip, and Claude Julien has decided to make some changes to the lineup ahead of their game tonight against the Buffalo Sabres. Canadiens lines:Tatar-Danault-GallagherDrouin-Domi-ShawAgostino-Kotkaniemi-LehkonenDeslauriers-Peca-HudonBenn-PetryAlzner-ReillyOuellet-MeteJuulsen appears to be out.— Аrpon Basu (@ArponBasu) November 8, 2018 Some changes, like Kenny Agostino entering the lineup for an injured Joel Armia, was necessary. But there...
A Winning Habit Nov 8, 2018

Montreal Canadiens: Calling up Kenny Agostino over Nikita Scherbak was the right move

The Montreal Canadiens took another hit injury-wise with Joel Armia allowing Kenny Agostino to get the call over Nikita Scherbak. There are similarities and differences between this Montreal Canadiens team and last year’s. For starters, they’re winning. The Habs still have hold of the first wild-card spot with an 8-5-2 record (18 points). Goaltending has […] Montreal Canadiens: Calling up Kenny Agostino over Nikita Scherbak was the right move - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sportsnet.ca Nov 6, 2018
Canadiens’ Joel Armia leaves game vs. Rangers with lower-body injury

Canadiens’ Joel Armia leaves game vs. Rangers with lower-body injury

Montreal Canadiens forward Joel Armia left Tuesday’s game against the New York Rangers with a lower-body injury and will not return, the team has announced. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Nov 6, 2018
[Injury Report] Joel Armia leaves the game after knee-on-knee hit

[Injury Report] Joel Armia leaves the game after knee-on-knee hit

After trying to work through it, Armia was forced to exit the game with an injury. With the Canadiens on a power play, Joel Armia tried to go around Brendan Smith, who made contact with Armia’s knee in the process. He tried to work through it at the bench during a team timeout, but had to leave for the dressing room shortly after, unable to continue. Yeahhhhh, you can't do that Brendan Smith pic.twitter.com/n5KalNnwBK— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) November 7, 2018
Montreal Gazette Nov 6, 2018

Canadiens Game Day: Players get to sleep in before facing Rangers

Finns Antti Niemi and Joel Armia were the keys to the shootout win over the Islanders on Monday night.
Eyes On The Prize Nov 6, 2018
Recap: Habs complete comeback to start road trip

Recap: Habs complete comeback to start road trip

A shootout win gets the team two points. Joel Armia scored in his first career NHL shootout attempt to seal a 4-3 Montreal Canadiens victory over the New York Islanders on Monday night at the Barclays Center. NaturalStatTrick.com Armia fired a wrist shot past Islanders goaltender Thomas Greiss in the fifth round of the shootout to end the game after either team failed to score in the previous attempts. It capped a Canadiens comeback after falling behind 3-1 in the first period. The Islanders opened the scoring in bizarre fashion when Casey Cizikas pounced on a loose...
Montreal Gazette Nov 5, 2018

Armia makes it count in shootout as Habs beat Islanders

Joel Armia might have seemed an unlikely choice for a shootout, but Canadiens coach Claude Julien said he was the right man at the right time.
Montreal Gazette Nov 5, 2018

About last night … Canadiens comeback ends in 4-3 Shootout win

It was a fight to the Finnish: • Brilliant goaltending, after a shaky first-period, by Antti Niemi. • A tying goal – his first since the season opener – by Artturi Lehkonen. • The Shootout winner by Joel Armia, of all people. • Another solid outing for the youngest player in the NHL. And this […]
Montreal Gazette Nov 5, 2018

Canadiens overcome 3-1 deficit, overtime penalty kill to beat Islanders in shootout

Joel Armia scored in the fifth round of a shootout to give the Canadiens a 4-3 win over the Islanders Monday night at Barclays Center.
Montreal Gazette Nov 5, 2018

Liveblog: Canadiens beat Islanders 4-3 in Shootout

Joel Armia, of all people, won the game with the only goal of the Shootout. Artturi Lehkonen finally got a goal, tying the game eight minutes into the third Max Domi’s power-play goal, late in the second period, set up a fun third. The home team dominated early in the game, and Casey Cizikas beat […]
Eyes On The Prize Nov 2, 2018
Recap: Jesperi Kotkaniemi steals the show in comeback effort

Recap: Jesperi Kotkaniemi steals the show in comeback effort

He opened the score and tied if back up again late to announce his arrival to the NHL. The Montreal Canadiens changed their lines up for Thursday’s game versus the Washington Capitals. Paul Byron’s absence had players shuffling around to make new trios as the coaching staff looked to make up for the loss of offensive talent. The players needed no time to find chemistry with new linemates. Opening shifts saw prime scoring chances for Tomas Tatar and Charles Hudon, but it was a shift from the newly formed Finnish Line of Artturi Lehkonen and Joel Armia flanking Jesperi Kotkaniemi that...
Eyes On The Prize Nov 1, 2018
Canadiens set NHL record for fastest two goals

Canadiens set NHL record for fastest two goals

Max Domi and Joel Armia combined for a bit of history. The Joel Armia empty-net goal proved to be a bit of history for the storied Montreal Canadiens franchise. Happening just two seconds of game time after Max Domi’s eventual game-winner, the span was the shortest between goals in NHL history. #Habs set NHL record by scoring 2 goals in 2 seconds \19:38 3rd: Max Domi 19:40 3rd: Joel Armia— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) November 2, 2018

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