10:01 PM EDT, Thu October 17, 2019
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Nick Suzuki scores first career goal for Montreal Canadiens

Nick Suzuki scores first career goal for Montreal Canadiens

Nick Suzuki scores his first career NHL goal for the Montreal Canadiens, it comes on the backhand after a shot hits a man in front and lands on the forward’s stick, putting his team up by three goals over the Minnesota Wild. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize 2 hours ago
[Highlight] Nick Suzuki scores his first NHL goal

[Highlight] Nick Suzuki scores his first NHL goal

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via It’s a night of firsts in Montreal. Nick Suzuki settled down a puck all alone at the side of the net, then calmly slid it along the goal line from a sharp angle to net his first in the NHL. BIGNICKENERGY pic.twitter.com/RoePOvym3F— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) October 17, 2019
Montreal Gazette Oct 16, 2019

Stu Cowan: Habs' Claude Julien makes effort to shelter Nick Suzuki

Brendan Gallagher says he was "pretty lucky" as a rookie to have former Canadiens coach Michel Therrien protect him until he was ready.
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...
Eyes On The Prize Oct 16, 2019
Links: Revisiting the Drouin-Sergachev trade

Links: Revisiting the Drouin-Sergachev trade

Photo by Mark LoMoglio/Icon Sportswire via In today’s links, looking at the trade that brought Jonathan Drouin back to his home province, wondering what the future has in store for the Habs’ youth, and a sit-down with Pavel Bure. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Two years after the trade, both Jonathan Drouin and Mikhail Sergachev are searching for consistency. [Sportsnet] Things can change quickly in the NHL ... what are the roles for the kids on the Canadiens? [La Presse] Claude Julien is making an effort to shelter Nick Suzuki. [Montreal Gazette] Cole Caufield’s first week...
A Winning Habit Oct 15, 2019

Montreal Canadiens: What do the stats say of Nick Suzuki and Cale Fleury?

Nick Suzuki and Cale Fleury have seemed to the depths of the Montreal Canadiens priority list, and their numbers can provide insight on how that can change. The Montreal Canadiens are entering their second week of full NHL duties, and two aspects of the team are truly different. Ahead of the season opener, the fan […] Montreal Canadiens: What do the stats say of Nick Suzuki and Cale Fleury? - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Oct 15, 2019
Links: Promising Prospects

Links: Promising Prospects

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Cole Caufield is setting records, Suzuki and Fleury are learning the NHL ropes, the Habs’ PK gets some work, injury news, and more in today's links Montreal Canadiens News and Notes It only took Cole Caufield two games to get his name in the record books. [Canadiens] No matter where they are in the lineup, Nick Suzuki and Cale Fleury are gaining important experience. [Sportsnet] It's only been a few games worth of struggle, but Claude Julien is hoping to nip any budding penalty kill woes in the bud before they have a chance to spiral. [The...
Eyes On The Prize Oct 14, 2019
Habs lineup news: Nick Cousins takes Nick Suzuki’s place

Habs lineup news: Nick Cousins takes Nick Suzuki’s place

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Cousins could play his first game of the season on Tuesday. The Montreal Canadiens held a practice on Monday morning, with most of the alignment staying the same from the win over the St. Louis Blues. The only change was Nick Suzuki coming off the fourth line, with Nick Cousins skating in his place. Canadiens lines at practice:Tatar-Danault-GallagherLehkonen-Domi-WealDrouin-Kotkaniemi-ArmiaByron-Thompson-CousinsSuzuki (rotating in at C with Kotkaniemi)Mete-WeberKulak-PetryChiarot-FolinReilly-Fleury— Аrpon Basu (@ArponBasu) October 14,...
Eyes On The Prize Oct 12, 2019
Canadiens vs. Blues: Game thread

Canadiens vs. Blues: Game thread

Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports Montreal looks for a bounce-back performance on home ice. Montreal Canadiens vs. St. Louis Blues How to watch Start time: 7:00 PM EDT / 4:00 PM PDTIn Canada: CityTV, Sportsnet Now (English), TVA Sports (French)In the US: NHL NetworkIn the Blues region: Fox Sports MidwestStreaming: NHL.tv / NHL Live A bad night in the home-opener has led Claude Julien to tinker with his lineup. Tonight, we’ll see one of the tweaks the coach has employed in-game at various points, as Nick Suzuki will start on the fourth line with Paul Byron and Nate Thompson, swapping...
Eyes On The Prize Oct 12, 2019
Links: Montreal’s defence remains a question mark

Links: Montreal’s defence remains a question mark

Photo by Nicholas T. LoVerde/ In today’s links, the questions surrounding the Canadiens’ blue line, what to do with Nick Suzuki, and history was made in the WHL. Montreal Canadiens news and notes The Montreal Canadiens’ defence has been a cause for concern through the first four games. [Sportsnet] The Canadiens need to start getting on the board first, if they hope to get more than four points over their next few games. [Radio-Canada] Claude Julien clarified the comments he made regarding Nick Suzuki. [Le Journal De Montreal] Speaking of Suzuki, Pierre McGuire believes he needs...
Montreal Gazette Oct 11, 2019

Canadiens Notebook: Defenceman Noah Juulsen assigned to Laval Rocket

Coach Claude Julien says he regrets making comments about rookie Nick Suzuki's compete level because they were "blown out of proportion"
Montreal Gazette Oct 11, 2019

What the Puck: Canadiens still have torch, but not a winning culture

It's been a rough start for the Canadiens. Hot prospect Nick Suzuki has underwhelmed, the defence looks horrific and the top two lines have been middling at best.
Montreal Gazette Oct 11, 2019

Canadiens rookie Nick Suzuki has the tools to succeed | HI/O Bonus

If he features regularly on the power play, Nick Suzuki might exceed Jesperi Kotkaniemi's rookie points total.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 11, 2019
Links: Gustav Olofsson wants to justify the Canadiens’ faith in him

Links: Gustav Olofsson wants to justify the Canadiens’ faith in him

Photo by Stephane Dube / In today’s links, Olofsson is looking forward to getting back on the ice, Noah Juulsen is on the mend, and should the Calgary Flames start regretting the Lucic-Neal trade? Montreal Canadiens news and notes Finally healthy, Gustav Olofsson wants to prove that the Habs were right to re-sign him this offseason. [RDS | Google Translate] Noah Juulsen is on the mend. [La Presse] One observation about each Canadian NHL team. [The Athletic] The top 50 drafted prospects. [The Prospect Network] ICYMI: Nick Suzuki is learning the responsibilities that come with being...
Eyes On The Prize Oct 10, 2019
Micro Analysis: Nick Suzuki learning the harsh duties of an NHL winger

Micro Analysis: Nick Suzuki learning the harsh duties of an NHL winger

Photo by Kevin Sousa/NHLI via It’s a steep learning curve for the rookie, while Mikey Reilly is showing that he can be an effective defenceman. Nick Suzuki and winger-led breakouts The extra half-second players get in the pre-season is gone. Nick Suzuki is discovering it. Usually, the season slowly ramps up toward its rapid pace, but with the hungry teams Montreal has faced in these first few games, the change has been quite drastic. There are high demands on the rookie; nothing his young career has prepared him for. The winger role at the Junior and NHL levels are very different....

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