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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...
Montreal Gazette Oct 6, 2019

In the Habs' Room: Carey Price spectacular in shootout win over Leafs

Paul Byron scored on Montreal's first shot and Price ensured the victory as stared down a Murderers' Row of Leafs' shooters.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 6, 2019
Recap: It was 4-1

Recap: It was 4-1

Photo by Vaughn Ridley/ An instant classic in Toronto sees Montreal get the two points. The game between the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs that ended 6-5 in a shootout had everything. The only thing that the Saturday night classic at Scotiabank Arena was missing may have been Bob Cole. Paul Byron scored the lone shootout goal and Carey Price made all three saves against Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, and John Tavares (ho hum) to lead Montreal to their first win of the season. The third period really did have it all. The Maple Leafs actually extended their lead 5:16 into...
Sportsnet.ca Oct 5, 2019
Leafs blow three-goal third-period lead, lose to Canadiens in shootout

Leafs blow three-goal third-period lead, lose to Canadiens in shootout

Paul Byron scored in the shootout as the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-5 on Saturday for their first win of the season. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Montreal Gazette Oct 5, 2019

Canadiens roar back from 4-1 deficit to beat Leafs 6-5 in shootout

Paul Byron scored the winning goal in a wild-and-woolly game.
Eyes On The Prize Oct 3, 2019
[Highlight] The fourth line puts many first lines to shame with stellar goal

[Highlight] The fourth line puts many first lines to shame with stellar goal

Photo by Richard A. Whittaker/Icon Sportswire via In case you needed a reminder of the quality of Montrea;’s 2019-20 forward corps. They may be listed as the fourth line, but their display of skill on the 3-2 goal was anything but bottom-three level. Nate Thompson passed the puck to Paul Byron, and a backhand flip from the top fo the crease left Jordan Weal open for the cross-ice one-timer. Jordan Weal gets the goal, but Nate Thompson with a hell of an effort to make this play happen. pic.twitter.com/GOVSmOCquu— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) October 4, 2019
A Winning Habit Oct 1, 2019

Montreal Canadiens Could Strike Waiver Wire Gold Again

The Montreal Canadiens are still in the final stages of completing their roster for opening night. Could they add more depth by claiming a player off waivers? They have done it before with Paul Byron and should do it again today. The Montreal Canadiens, like any team in the National Hockey League, are always looking […] Montreal Canadiens Could Strike Waiver Wire Gold Again - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Montreal Gazette Sep 20, 2019

Canadiens Notebook: Ryan Poehling sidelined indefinitely with concussion

Joins Paul Byron on injured list, while Nick Suzuki moves from centre to right wing on a line with Phillip Danault and Tomas Tatar.
Eyes On The Prize Sep 20, 2019
Canadiens notes: Poehling out indefinitely with a concussion, Suzuki on right wing

Canadiens notes: Poehling out indefinitely with a concussion, Suzuki on right wing

Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Michael McCarron is out six weeks, Paul Byron added to the injured list The Montreal Canadiens announced today that Ryan Poehling is out indefinitely with a concussion. He likely suffered it on Wednesday when a hit from Florida Panther Dryden Hunt sent his head hard into the glass. Poehling continued the game and earned the game-winning assist shorthanded. Concussion symptoms can sometimes take time to appear. Paul Byron left Thursday’s game with an injury, and was on the injured list at practice. The team also announced that Michael McCarron is out six...
Eyes On The Prize Sep 19, 2019
[Injury Report] Paul Byron will not return

[Injury Report] Paul Byron will not return

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via The forward did not start the third period on Thursday’s game. Paul Byron will not return to tonight’s game after sustaining an injury. #Habs make it official: Paul Byron won't return for the rest of the game (injured).— Julian McKenzie (@jkamckenzie) September 20, 2019 Byron had been playing with the duo of Nick Suzuki and Jordan Weal in the game, but did not come back to the ice after the second intermission. He played just 56 games in 2018-19, recovering more quickly than expected from off-season surgery, but then dealing with...
Eyes On The Prize Sep 19, 2019
Canadiens lineup vs. Panthers: Nick Suzuki to play with Paul Byron

Canadiens lineup vs. Panthers: Nick Suzuki to play with Paul Byron

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via The Habs face Florida for the second straight night, this time in Montreal. After two pre-season games, you could argue that the lineup picture is even more muddled than it was a few days ago. So many players have stepped up in the two games that it has made separating from the pack impossible. Ahead of their game against the Florida Panthers on Thursday, the Canadiens had morning skate and revealed the lineup they will be using. Max Domi and Artturi Lehkonen will be in the lineup, and will be joined by Brendan Gallagher given Jonathan Drouin...

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