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Jan 14, 2017
Rotoworld
Paul Byron capped off a frenetic minute of scoring in the third as the Canadiens beat the Rangers 5-4 Saturday night.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Jan 15, 2017
Habs lines at practice: De la Rose called up, McCarron extra forward

Habs lines at practice: De la Rose called up, McCarron extra forward

A new face joins the fray, while a familiar one is at risk of sitting out There’s no rest for the wicked! The Canadiens were back at it this morning, practicing in Brossard ahead of their Monday afternoon game versus the Detroit Red Wings. Here’s what the forward lineup looked like: #Habs lines at practice, McCarron looking like extra forward vs. DET with Carr taking first rotation on the 4th line: #TSN690 pic.twitter.com/YN0UQ09dsN— Amanda Stein (@amandacstein) January 15, 2017 Once again Max Pacioretty is practicing alongside Alex Galchenyuk and Alex Radulov. Paul Byron remains...
FOX Sports Jan 14, 2017
Canadiens rally with 3 goals in 62 seconds to beat Rangers

Canadiens rally with 3 goals in 62 seconds to beat Rangers

MONTREAL (AP) Alexei Emelin, Max Pacioretty and Paul Byron scored in a 62-second span of the third period to lift the Montreal Canadiens over the New York Rangers 5-4 on Saturday night.
Rotoworld Jan 14, 2017

Paul Byron caps off flurry against Rangers - Paul Byron (W) Montreal Canadiens

Paul Byron capped off a frenetic minute of scoring in the third as the Canadiens beat the Rangers 5-4 Saturday night.
Game Day: Paul Byron will return to Canadiens lineup vs. Capitals

Game Day: Paul Byron will return to Canadiens lineup vs. Capitals

Paul Byron will return to the Canadiens lineup Monday night at the Bell Centre against the Washington Capitals (7:30 p.m., SNE, RDS, TSN Radio 690) after missing last Saturday’s game in Toronto with an upper-body injury. Byron will take Daniel […]
Injury Updates: Paul Byron and Andrew Shaw skating again

Injury Updates: Paul Byron and Andrew Shaw skating again

The division-leading Canadiens are about to get some players back after a spate of injuries. The Canadiens have dealt with a difficult injury situation very well, with a 6-2-2 record in the last 10 games and currently riding a three-game win streak. The injuries have allowed the club to evaluate the progress of some of their young prospects, and last night the rookies showed their skills. Those on the injured list are slowly approaching a return to restore the Canadiens to the NHL club that started the season. After Alex Galchenyuk and Andrei Markov practised with the team earlier in the...
Alex Galchenyuk and Andrei Markov to rejoin Canadiens in Toronto

Alex Galchenyuk and Andrei Markov to rejoin Canadiens in Toronto

The Canadiens finally receive some good news on the injury front After losing Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron last night in a win against the Dallas Stars, the Montreal Canadiens have finally received some good news on the injury front: Alex Galchenyuk and Andrei Markov are both scheduled to join the Habs in Toronto today to practice with the team tomorrow. In regards to Galchenyuk, this is huge news as the team currently is without five forwards. The St. John’s IceCaps are also struggling with injuries so things were looking desperate. He has been skating since Christmas break ended...
IceCaps Make Roster Moves Amidst Habs’ Injury Epidemic

IceCaps Make Roster Moves Amidst Habs’ Injury Epidemic

Three players signed to PTOs During Wednesday night’s games, the Montreal Canadiens and St. John’s IceCaps suffered numerous injuries to their forward corps. For the Canadiens it was Paul Byron and Brendan Gallagher who were felled. For the IceCaps Nikita Scherbak was potentially lost to injury. These names are added to an already populous list of injured forwards that includes Alex Galchenyuk (knee), David Desharnais (knee), Andrew Shaw (concussion), Charles Hudon (ankle), Max Friberg (flu), and Connor Crisp. Scherbak was hit blindside to the head, but returned towards the end of the...
FOX Sports Jan 5, 2017
Montreal Canadiens: Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron Hurt vs Stars

Montreal Canadiens: Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron Hurt vs Stars

The Montreal Canadiens win over the Dallas Stars proved costly, as the team lost Forwards, Brendan Gallagher, and Paul Byron to injury.The Montreal Canadiens won another thriller in overtime against the Dallas Stars. The Canadiens have gone to overtime in five straight games, and have won their la...

Habs send Gallagher back to Montreal with apparent hand injury

Paul Byron also left Wednesdays game with an injury.
Canadiens vs. Stars: game thread, rosters, start time, lines, and how to watch

Canadiens vs. Stars: game thread, rosters, start time, lines, and how to watch

The Habs continue their road trip with a clash with the Stars Coming off of a win last night in Nashville, the Canadiens are in action tonight visiting the Dallas Stars. The story with the Canadiens has been their incredible resilience amidst all the injuries they’ve suffered. Their past four games have all been decided in extra time, with the Canadiens putting up more than 30 shots in three of those encounters. Alexander Radulov has led the charge offensively for Montreal with 5 points in the stretch, followed closely by Max Pacioretty (4), Paul Byron (4), and Shea Weber (3). On the...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Dec 30, 2016
Friday Habs Headlines: Zachary Fucale impresses at the Spengler Cup

Friday Habs Headlines: Zachary Fucale impresses at the Spengler Cup

Here are your daily links, including some good news for Fucale, Weber getting shredded by Tampa, and more Montreal Canadiens news and notes Zachary Fucale stopped 19 of 20 shots for Canada at the Spengler Cup, earning his country a semi-final berth. [RDS] Shea Weber’s lack of foot speed was in evidence against the Triplets on Wednesday night. [TSN 690] Despite playing very limited minutes, Mikhail Sergachev was named as the man of the match for Russia versus the USA. [Twitter] There were plenty of Al Montoya fans in Florida during Montreal’s visit. [Twitter] Paul Byron has no issue...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Dec 25, 2016
Sunday Habs Headlines: The Montreal Canadiens wish you a Merry Christmas

Sunday Habs Headlines: The Montreal Canadiens wish you a Merry Christmas

Here are your daily links, which mostly focus on the Christmas spirit, the World Junior Championship, and more Your Montreal Canadiens did their best to read The Night Before Christmas. Let’s just say Phillip Danault did the best job: They also tried to name all of Santa’s reindeer, and the results were...interesting: Andrew Shaw and Paul Byron went head-to-head in an ugly Christmas sweater challenge: Remember how P.K. Subban threw a Winter Wonderland party at the Montreal Children’s Hospital last year? He’s back to his old (amazing!) tricks: Here we go again with The Subban...

With Blue Jackets On Their Heels, Bobrovsky Delivers With His Toes

One of the better stretches of Sergei Bobrovsky’s career concluded Friday night with two of the better stretches you will see from the agile puck stopper. The Blue Jackets’ goaltender got his weary club into the Christmas break with a 2-1 victory over the Canadiens in Nationwide Arena to run its franchise-record winning streak to 12 games. He made 36 stops and none bigger than a pair of toe saves against Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron on which he went farther out on limbs than  Cossack dancers in his native Russia, “Those are huge plays,” captain Nick Foligno said.  “I think...
Orange County Register Dec 20, 2016
Final: Ducks look fatigued in 5-1 loss to Canadiens

Final: Ducks look fatigued in 5-1 loss to Canadiens

MONTREAL – Paul Byron, Tomas Plekanec and Jeff Petry provided goals for Montreal and the Canadiens erased an early deficit in handling the Ducks, 5-1, on Tuesday night. Max Pacioretty and Chris Terry also scored in the third for the Canadiens. The...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Dec 17, 2016
Saturday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher should start producing soon

Saturday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher should start producing soon

Your daily links, including why Gallagher is playing better than you think, Paul Byron is a well-kept secret weapon, lots of hot hands from big names, and much more! Montreal Canadiens News and Notes It’s too early to give up on Brendan Gallagher. [RDS] After being pulled and staring down the bench, Carey Price will be back in action soon. Carey Price will start against Caps tomorrow, per Therrien— Аrpon Basu (@ArponBasu) December 17, 2016 ICYMI, here’s the skate off the ice and into the dressing room for Price. [EOTP] Paul Byron has been the Canadiens’ secret weapon....

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    Michael McCarron

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  • Carey Price

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  • Max Pacioretty

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  • Shea Weber

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  • Brendan Gallagher

    Tuesday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher is staying positive despite tough year

  • Andrew Shaw

    Watch two NHL players get ejected for incredibly dumb plays

  • Al Montoya

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  • Alex Galchenyuk

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

  • Andrei Markov

    TONIGHT: Canadiens at Jets, 6:30 p.m. TV: Sportsnet, RDS Radio: TSN 1290

  • Paul Byron

    Paul Byron caps off flurry against Rangers - Paul Byron (W) Montreal Canadiens