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Eyes On The Prize Oct 10, 2019
[Highlight] Joel Armia cannot be stopped

[Highlight] Joel Armia cannot be stopped

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via That’s three goals in the past four periods. With very little going there way, it was a Joel Armia who got Montreal on the board, shooting the puck back the way it came.
A Winning Habit Oct 9, 2019

Montreal Canadiens Joel Armia Dominates Buffalo Sabres In Overtime Loss

The Montreal Canadiens took on the Buffalo Sabres for the first time this season. It was yet another back and forth battle for the Habs who are becoming the comeback Canadiens. The Montreal Canadiens took on the Buffalo Sabres in their third contest of the season. The Canadiens first two games delivered plenty of excitement […] Montreal Canadiens Joel Armia Dominates Buffalo Sabres In Overtime Loss - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Oct 9, 2019
[Highlight] Jesperi Kotkaniemi whips a shot to the top of the net

[Highlight] Jesperi Kotkaniemi whips a shot to the top of the net

Photo by Nicholas T. LoVerde/ Joel Armia gets yet another point on the play. The Canadiens went down another goal early the second, but a good breakout from Mike Reilly, deft zone entry from Jonathan Drouin, and fortuitous play from Joel Armia behind the net set up Jesperi Kotkaniemi to get it right back.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 9, 2019
[Highlight] Joel Armia scores his second goal of the period

[Highlight] Joel Armia scores his second goal of the period

Photo by Bill Wippert/NHLI via He already had a short-handed goal, now Armia has a power-play goal as well. They fell down 1-0 with a power-play goal by the Sabres, but the Canadiens used special teams to get themselves back in the lead, with Joel Armia netting both. The second was a power-play goal after he was, once again, left all alone in front.
Sportsnet.ca Oct 9, 2019
Armia sneaks past Sabres’ power play unit for short-handed goal

Armia sneaks past Sabres’ power play unit for short-handed goal

Watch as Joel Armia takes a feed from Nate Thompson while short-handed to beat Carter Hutton and put the Canadiens on the board. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 9, 2019
[Highlight] Joel Armia ties it up with a short-handed goal

[Highlight] Joel Armia ties it up with a short-handed goal

Photo by Richard A. Whittaker/Icon Sportswire via The Finn showed some good hands as he deposited the puck in the net. A turnover at centre ice created a chance to get the puck deep in the Sabres’ zone on the penalty kill. Nate Thompson and Joel Armia did much better than that, connecting for the game-tying goal.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 9, 2019
Links: A winning attitude to start off the season

Links: A winning attitude to start off the season

Photo by Vaughn Ridley/ In today’s links, the Canadiens have shown a lot of fight so far, Jeff Petry has changed tremendously since his arrival, and Cole Caufield heads the list of must-watch players in the NCAA this year. Montreal Canadiens news and notes The Canadiens are showing a winning attitude to start the season. [Montreal Gazette] Jesperi Kotkaniemi talks about how Joel Armia has become one of his mentors in Montreal. [Montreal Canadiens] How Ben Chiarot is planning to adjust to the Habs’ style of play. [Sportsnet] The Jeff Petry we’re see now is nothing like the Jeff...

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