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A Winning Habit Apr 19, 2018

Montreal Canadiens: Paul Byron’s injury was another kept secret

The Montreal Canadiens announced Wednesday that Paul Byron received successful surgery in New York, however, that makes another secret kept from the fans. When the Montreal Canadiens announced the completion of Paul Byron‘s surgery, the fanbase went through a rapid wave of emotion. At first, shock, relief, and finally confusion. At what point did Byron […] Montreal Canadiens: Paul Byron’s injury was another kept secret - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Apr 19, 2018
Bitten and Verbeek still battling for a Memorial Cup berth

Bitten and Verbeek still battling for a Memorial Cup berth

Here are your daily links, including Habs prospects in the OHL playoffs, a six-month recovery for Paul Byron, rule consistency in the playoffs, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Keep an eye on Habs prospects Will Bitten and Hayden Verbeek as they face off in the OHL’s Eastern Conference Finals. [Canadiens] Paul Byron will miss six months after undergoing shoulder surgery. [EOTP] No one expected Nicolas Deslauriers to be as much of a contributor as he turned out to be this season. [The Athletic] With the head coaching position open in Laval, which candidates would be the best...
Montreal Gazette Apr 18, 2018

Stu Cowan: Canadiens likely to start next season without Paul Byron

Forward has surgery on right shoulder that was likely injured during Jan. 30 game in St. Louis and expected recovery period is six months.
Last Word on Hockey Apr 18, 2018
Montreal Canadiens Paul Byron Undergoes Shoulder Surgery

Montreal Canadiens Paul Byron Undergoes Shoulder Surgery

The Montreal Canadiens announced on Wednesday that winger Paul Byron has undergone right shoulder surgery. The surgery was performed in New York City on Tuesday by Dr. William Levine. Byron is expected to need about six months to recover. This would put him out for a short stint at the start of the regular season in 2018-19. Paul Byron underwent shoulder surgery today in New York. His recovery period is expected to be six months. DETAILS ➡ https://t.co/Hz1xLCmM0P. — Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) April 18, 2018 Paul Byron Undergoes Shoulder Surgery, May Miss Start of 2018-19...
Eyes On The Prize Apr 18, 2018
Paul Byron undergoes shoulder surgery, out six months

Paul Byron undergoes shoulder surgery, out six months

The Canadiens forward has the start of his season in jeopardy The Montreal Canadiens announced that forward Paul Byron will be out for the next six months after undergoing successful right shoulder surgery on Wednesday. Paul Byron underwent shoulder surgery today in New York. His recovery period is expected to be six months.DETAILS ➡️ https://t.co/Hz1xLCmM0P.— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) April 18, 2018 The 28-year-old scored 20 goals this past season, in addition to 35 points. It is the second consecutive season he has hit the 20 goal plateau. The Canadiens acquired...
A Winning Habit Apr 5, 2018

Montreal Canadiens: Enemy’s Insight – A rejuvenated Carey Price

Seeing Carey Price play so well for the Montreal Canadiens as of late in combination with his milestone on Tuesday is a positive sign towards a rebound year. Despite the losses, there have been some things to be happy for when it comes to the Montreal Canadiens. Paul Byron and Alex Galchenyuk have joined Brendan […] Montreal Canadiens: Enemy’s Insight – A rejuvenated Carey Price - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Montreal Gazette Apr 4, 2018

Canadiens Notebook: Nikita Scherbak joins injury list with concussion

Paul Byron misses practice for a therapy day but is expected to be in the lineup Saturday night in Detroit.
Montreal Gazette Apr 3, 2018

In the Habs' Room: Paul Byron, Carey Price find silver lining on dark season

Byron records second straight 20-goal season, while Price passes Jacques Plante for most games played by a Canadiens goaltender.
Eyes On The Prize Apr 3, 2018
Byron scores his 20th goal of the season

Byron scores his 20th goal of the season

The castaway now has back-to-back 20-goal seasons for the Canadiens. It took a few games and a few near misses, but Paul Byron now has his 20th goal of the year. Jonathan Drouin with the slick pass from behind the net, and Paul Byron has his 20th goal of the season. pic.twitter.com/14TZJToze0— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) April 4, 2018
Montreal Gazette Apr 3, 2018

Canadiens honour Paul Byron and Brendan Gallagher

Byron wins Jacques Beauchamp-Molson Trophy, while Gallagher is named Molson Cup Player of the Year.
Sportsnet.ca Apr 3, 2018
Gallagher, Byron take team awards as rare lights in dim season

Gallagher, Byron take team awards as rare lights in dim season

Not much went right for the Montreal Canadiens this season, except perhaps the play of forwards Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron.
Eyes On The Prize Apr 1, 2018
Separating the wheat from the chaff after a poor season

Separating the wheat from the chaff after a poor season

In today’s links, making evaluations after a disappointing year all around, Byron comments on his team’s effort level, Tavares’ future, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes The challenge for the Canadiens’ coaching and management staffs will be sifting through a rough season to determine those players with more to give, and those whose true abilities were exposed. [Montreal Gazette] Paul Byron isn’t happy with the effort of some of his teammates down the final stretch. [Journal de Montreal] The eight realistic destinations for John Tavares this summer. [TVA Sports] The...
Montreal Gazette Mar 31, 2018

Game Day Notebook: Canadiens' Paul Byron frustrated with team's effort

"Our contract stipulates that we must play 82 games," Byron says ahead of Saturday's game vs. Penguins in Pittsburgh. "Not 75, not 76."
A Winning Habit Mar 31, 2018

Montreal Canadiens: Paul Byron’s frustration with the team’s effort level

The Montreal Canadiens have had Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron as their most hard-working players all season, but the effort has dwindled from others. There have been many moments where the Montreal Canadiens looked like they didn’t have any juice in their systems. Defensive miscues and breakdowns are one thing, but there’s nothing that drives […] Montreal Canadiens: Paul Byron’s frustration with the team’s effort level - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Mar 29, 2018
Montreal could be the top choice for Tavares

Montreal could be the top choice for Tavares

Here are your daily links, including the possibility of John Tavares signing in Montreal, Paul Byron’s underrated season, iron man streaks, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Gord Miller believes that John Tavares is most likely to choose Montreal if he opts to leave the Islanders. [TSN 690] Habs’ prospect Will Bitten is facing off against his brother Sam in the opening round of the OHL playoffs. [CBC] After he spent this season making an impact all over the lineup, Paul Byron’s value should not be discounted. [Montreal Gazette] Having wrapped up his last junior season as...

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