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Habs Eyes On The Prize Oct 20, 2017
[Highlight] Paul Byron pulls the Canadiens within two

[Highlight] Paul Byron pulls the Canadiens within two

The Habs have life in the second. After a poor first period, the Canadiens came out determined to have a better performance in the second period, and Paul Byron ensured that was the case.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Oct 18, 2017
[Highlight] Paul Byron dives to knock in a loose puck

[Highlight] Paul Byron dives to knock in a loose puck

The Habs have been getting around the net, and get a goal as a result. The Habs are playing well tonight, and Paul Byron ensured their efforts in the first din’t go to waste. Lord Byron puts the Habs up 1-0! pic.twitter.com/aQJrpBrNzP— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) October 19, 2017
[Highlight] Brendan Gallagher breathes some life into the Habs with a short-handed goal

[Highlight] Brendan Gallagher breathes some life into the Habs with a short-handed goal

The Habs get one back on the penalty kill. The game looked over after the first, but Paul Byron and Brendan Gallagher say “not so fast.” Paul Byron hustles to a loose puck, sets up Brendan Gallagher for the shorthanded goal pic.twitter.com/XywCXAUMFu— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) October 8, 2017
Daniel Carr and Peter Holland clear waivers, will report to the AHL’s Laval Rocket

Daniel Carr and Peter Holland clear waivers, will report to the AHL’s Laval Rocket

No Montreal Canadiens players were placed on waivers today. After being placed on waivers at noon on Saturday, Daniel Carr and Peter Holland have gone unclaimed and will report to the Laval Rocket of the AHL. With no one placed on waivers today, there are still 28 players remaining with the Montreal Canadiens. The roster needs to be reduced to 23 by Tuesday, but David Schlemko will be exempt from the total should he start the year on the Injured Reserve list. The 28 players still remaining at training camp are: Karl Alzner (D, NHL) Jordie Benn (D, NHL) Paul Byron (F, NHL) Phillip...
FOX Sports Sep 29, 2017
Paul Byron scores twice, Canadiens beat Panthers 3-1

Paul Byron scores twice, Canadiens beat Panthers 3-1

MONTREAL (AP) Paul Byron scored twice and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Florida Panthers 3-1 on Friday night after losing their first six preseason games.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Sep 29, 2017
Canadiens vs. Panthers Top Six Minutes: A win!

Canadiens vs. Panthers Top Six Minutes: A win!

The Montreal Canadiens get their first win of the pre-season. First Period There was a good amount of complaining regarding Alex Galchenyuk’s ‘demotion’ before the game, but that line is looking great so far. Charles Hudon and Artturi Lehkonen continue to amaze me with their offensive skills - they feed off of one another so well. This has definitely been the Habs’ best start this pre-season. Charlie Lindgren is looking extra sharp tonight, he definitely deserved an extra look. The visible chemistry between Andrew Shaw and Paul Byron so far has been uplifting to say the...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Sep 29, 2017
[Highlight] Andrew Shaw does his best Paul Byron impression to make it 3-1

[Highlight] Andrew Shaw does his best Paul Byron impression to make it 3-1

After seeing Paul Byron notch two earlier in the game, Andrew Shaw scores on a breakway, thanks to a great pass from Jordie Benn. Jordie Benn with a perfect stretch pass, Shaw finishes with a great backhand. Habs lead 3-1 pic.twitter.com/PqVCnwXBy5— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) September 30, 2017
Habs Eyes On The Prize Sep 29, 2017
[Highlight] Paul Byron gets in alone and scores his second goal of the game

[Highlight] Paul Byron gets in alone and scores his second goal of the game

Paul Byron once again gets in tight on goal and dekes Roberto Luongo for his second of the game. Andreas Martinsen with the sweet feed to Paul Byron who scores his second of the night pic.twitter.com/8Vhoh6rVex— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) September 30, 2017
Habs Eyes On The Prize Sep 24, 2017
Montreal Canadiens cut three more players from training camp

Montreal Canadiens cut three more players from training camp

The Habs reduce their roster to 34. The Montreal Canadiens released three more players this morning, after four were sent to Laval Rocket training camp after last night’s game. The players are: Zachary Fucale (G, AHL/ECHL) Martin Réway (F, AHL) Nikita Scherbak (F, AHL) None of these players were able to stand out in training camp. They will now head to AHL camp and attempt to take a roster spot with the Rocket in the team’s inaugural season. The 34 players still remaining at training camp are: Karl Alzner (D, NHL) Jordie Benn (D, NHL) Paul Byron (F, NHL) Daniel Carr (F,...

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