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Friday Habs Headlines: Alex Galchenyuk is producing well under Claude Julien

Friday Habs Headlines: Alex Galchenyuk is producing well under Claude Julien

Here are your daily links, including Galchenyuk’s production, the risks and rewards of signing Alexander Radulov long term, and Paul Byron is the team’s Masterton Trophy nominee Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Marc Dumont joined Habs Breakfast and discussed Alex Galchenyuk’s production under Claude Julien. [TSN 690] Galchenyuk on the wing didn’t help Montreal’s face off percentage, finishing under 40 per cent. Dans un rare match sans Galchenyuk au centre, le CH termine la rencontre à 35% au cercle des mises en jeu.— J-F Chaumont (@JFChaumontJDM) March 24, 2017 Signing...
Paul Byron is Canadiens’ nominee for Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Paul Byron is Canadiens’ nominee for Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

STU COWAN Paul Byron is the Canadiens’ nominee this season for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, which is presented annually to the NHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. The Florida Panthers’ Jaromir Jagr […]
Montreal Gazette Mar 23, 2017
Cowan: Canadiens' Paul Byron a perfect candidate for Masterton Trophy

Cowan: Canadiens' Paul Byron a perfect candidate for Masterton Trophy

When you're only 5-foot-9 and 160 pounds and you score 20 goals in the NHL, perseverance and dedication are two very good words to describe the journey.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Mar 21, 2017
Canadiens vs. Red Wings: Game Thread, rosters, lines and how to watch

Canadiens vs. Red Wings: Game Thread, rosters, lines and how to watch

Habs look to increase lead in the Atlantic as the Red Wings come to town With only 10 regular season games left for the Habs, it’s getting down to the wire in the Atlantic Division. A successful home & home sweep of the Senators this past weekend allowed the Habs to earn some breathing room atop the division, but they’re are only 4 points ahead of Ottawa for the division lead. They need to keep the momentum rolling in order to finish the season off strong. The Habs’ offence is clicking right now, and goals seem to be coming from various sources. Paul Byron scored his 20th of the...
Montreal Gazette Mar 19, 2017
Byron scores 20th in front of family

Byron scores 20th in front of family

Paul Byron said it was "something special" to receive a standing ovation after he was named the first star in the Canadiens' 4-1 win Sunday.
About last night … Canadiens edge Senators 4-3

About last night … Canadiens edge Senators 4-3

Never in doubt, right? Shootout heroics by Paul Byron and Alexander Radulov secured a 4-3 win in Kanata Saturday night, setting up what should be a dandy rematch at the Bell Centre on Sunday. It was a terrific game that […]
Habs Eyes On The Prize Mar 15, 2017
Anatomy of a Goal: Gallagher’s effort pays off for Byron

Anatomy of a Goal: Gallagher’s effort pays off for Byron

The Habs’ speedster shows his wily side and ties it up in Edmonton After being held scoreless through 40 minutes in Edmonton last Sunday evening, the Canadiens hadn’t scored in 5 straight periods. They had been dominated by the Calgary Flames in a 5-0 loss on Thursday, and found themselves trailing 1-0 entering the third period at Rogers Place. The Habs desperately needed a goal to tie the game, and give themselves a chance to regain the Atlantic Division lead over the Ottawa Senators. With under 6 minutes to go in regulation, Paul Byron gave them just what they needed. Byron’s...
Montreal Gazette Mar 12, 2017
In the Habs' Room: Byron shakes off flu to spark team with 3-point night

In the Habs' Room: Byron shakes off flu to spark team with 3-point night

Canadiens' Paul Byron shakes off flu to spark team with three-point night
The Globe and Mail Mar 12, 2017

Paul Byron’s two goals power Canadiens past Oilers

Max Pacioretty also scored twice for the Habs, who have won seven of their last eight games
Montreal Gazette Mar 9, 2017
Stu Cowan: Paul Byron has been standing tall recently for Canadiens

Stu Cowan: Paul Byron has been standing tall recently for Canadiens

Heading into Thursday game in Calgary, the 5-foot-9 forward's 21.1 shooting percentage was best on the team.
Eyes on the Price: Basic Instinct — Goalie duel in Vancouver

Eyes on the Price: Basic Instinct — Goalie duel in Vancouver

Ryan Miller’s stellar effort in Vancouver wasn't enough to overcome Carey Price and the Canadiens Six Straight and Counting Rogers Centre in Vancouver was bedecked in red on Tuesday evening, and the Canadiens treated the Western Canadian faithful to yet another exciting overtime win, defeating the Canucks 2-1 on Paul Byron’s overtime goal. Torrey Mitchell opened the scoring early in the first period with a deflection past Ryan Miller, but that was all the Habs could manage in regulation. The Canucks, playing what seemed like a road game, battled their way to a 1-1 tie behind the...
Canadiens vs. Rangers: Game preview, start time, Tale of the Tape, and how to watch

Canadiens vs. Rangers: Game preview, start time, Tale of the Tape, and how to watch

Can the Habs keep their streak alive as they travel to Madison Square Garden? After limping through the month of February without a single victory in regulation, the Montreal Canadiens didn’t wait long to win their first in March. Taking on the Nashville Predators on Thursday night, it was a regulation win that almost wasn’t, as Paul Byron netted the game-winning goal with just eight seconds remaining in the third. Tonight, the Habs look to win back-to-back regulation games for the first time since December 20th. While it would be nice to see that 73-day stretch halted tonight in New...
Montreal Gazette Mar 3, 2017
In the Habs' Room: Byron, Gallagher end droughts with goals against Predators

In the Habs' Room: Byron, Gallagher end droughts with goals against Predators

The Canadiens have been looking for secondary scoring and they found it Thursday night as they eked out a 2-1 win over the Nashville Predators at the Bell Centre. Paul Byron and Brendan Gallagher ended double-digit point droughts as they provided the goals in a third-period comeback, which stretched Montreal’s current winning streak to four […]
About last night … Canadiens edge Predators 2-1

About last night … Canadiens edge Predators 2-1

Let’s hope that wasn’t a preview of the Stanley Cup final … unless, of course, Paul Byron scores the winner with nine seconds left in the seventh game. Until late-game heroics by Byron and Brendan Gallagher, the Canadiens – and […]
FOX Sports Mar 2, 2017
Byron scores with 9 seconds left, Habs spoil Subban's return

Byron scores with 9 seconds left, Habs spoil Subban's return

MONTREAL (AP) Paul Byron scored the tiebreaking goal with nine seconds left and Montreal edged the Nashville Predators 2-1 on Thursday night in P.K. Subban's first game against the Canadiens since they traded him last summer.

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Canadiens Player News

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    Carey Price

    Game Day: Carey Price gets start vs. Hurricanes; Nathan Beaulieu a healthy scratch

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    Al Montoya

    Stu Cowan: Mother of Canadiens goalie Al Montoya is his No. 1 fan

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    Nathan Beaulieu

    Game Day: Carey Price gets start vs. Hurricanes; Nathan Beaulieu a healthy scratch

  • Paul Byron

    Friday Habs Headlines: Alex Galchenyuk is producing well under Claude Julien

  • Steve Ott

    Canadiens vs. Red Wings game recap: Habs salvage a point

  • Jordie Benn

    Stu Cowan: Jordie Benn's journey through hockey's bushes to Canadiens

  • Brandon Davidson

    Canadiens vs. Senators game recap: Once More with Feeling

  • Alex Galchenyuk

    Friday Habs Headlines: Alex Galchenyuk is producing well under Claude Julien

  • Max Pacioretty

    Thursday Habs Headlines: Max Pacioretty wants NHL participation at Olympics

  • Andrew Shaw

    Stempniak scores twice, Hurricanes down Canadiens 4-1 The Associated Press