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Eyes On The Prize Mar 19, 2019
Links: Jonathan Drouin's struggles continue

Links: Jonathan Drouin's struggles continue

Conflicting views on Drouin, Paul Byron's road to success, Charlie LIndgren's hopes for his alma mater, the Lightning, Austin Watson and more in today's links Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Jonathan Drouin's teammates aren't worried about his slump. They feel he's about to break out of it. [TSN] Jeff O'Neill thinks there's more to Drouin's struggles than your run-of-the-mill slump. [TSN] Travis Yost runs through the 31 teams and how they're doing post trade deadline. [TSN] They're in a tough spot at the moment, but Claude Julien says they are far from done. [TVA] The Canadiens need to...
Eyes On The Prize Mar 8, 2019
[Highlight] Paul Byron scores a crucial goal late in the first

[Highlight] Paul Byron scores a crucial goal late in the first

The Habs had just gone down 2-0, but Byron got his team right back in it. It was looking like a disastrous first period for Montreal going down 2-0 and showing little energy. But it wasn’t long before Paul Byron pounced on a rebound to put the puck behind John Gibson and make it a 2-1 game. Andrew Shaw cuts off Shea Weber's shot, and his rebound falls right to Paul Byron. 2-1 Ducks late in the first. pic.twitter.com/Ujd2UJ6cSO— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) March 9, 2019
Eyes On The Prize Mar 8, 2019
[Highlight] Byron gets a series of friendly deflections

[Highlight] Byron gets a series of friendly deflections

It’s not a pretty game in San jose, but at least it’s entertaining. Like the first goal of the game, there’s some debate about who actually scored the second one. Either way, some deflections along the path from Paul Byron’s stick through Andrew Shaw’s screen puts the Habs down by just a 3-2 score. Paul Byron gets credit for this goal, which took the scenic route past Martin Jones. pic.twitter.com/VYuA5jFvmb— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) March 8, 2019
Montreal Gazette Mar 1, 2019

Canadiens Notebook: Carey Price will start against Rangers Friday night

Coach doesn't rule out possibility of goalie also playing Saturday night at Bell Centre vs. Penguins as Paul Byron misses practice with flu.
A Winning Habit Feb 28, 2019

Injuries in the prospect pool for the Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens have had their number of injuries this season, and it’s extended to their prospect system with Joni Ikonen and Jacob Olofsson. Injuries are something that’s going to happen every season. The Montreal Canadiens were without Paul Byron and Andrew for some time during portions of the year. The same took place with […] Injuries in the prospect pool for the Montreal Canadiens - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Montreal Gazette Feb 25, 2019

Liveblog: Canadiens lose game they needed, 2-1 to New Jersey

Paul Byron’s shorthanded goal, 6:30 into the third period, made it a game. The Canadiens had a 14-6 shot advantage in the second period, but New Jersey scored the only goal. Kurtis Gabriel danced past Shea Weber and Victor Mete to make it 2-0 three minutes in. In the first period, Nathan Bastian beat Weber’s coverage […]
Sportsnet.ca Feb 25, 2019
Canadiens’ Byron blows by Devils for great short-handed goal

Canadiens’ Byron blows by Devils for great short-handed goal

Watch as Paul Byron shows off his speed blowing past the New Jersey Devils defence and roofing it by Cory Schneider to open scoring for Montreal. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Feb 25, 2019
[Highlight] Paul Byron makes it a game with a short-handed goal

[Highlight] Paul Byron makes it a game with a short-handed goal

Getting nothing on their own power plays, the Canadiens score on one of the Devils’. With plenty of pressure but few great chances, the Canadiens finally get a great opportunity while down a man, and Paul Byron converts it into a crucial short-handed goal. Paul Byron with an incredible effort for a shorthanded goal. pic.twitter.com/VwO5zt2LqW— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) February 26, 2019

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