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    Canadiens' Lars Eller: Has he found fit with Galchenyuk, Semin?

    Eller scored two goals, including the game winner, in Saturday's 4-2 domination of the Bruins.The Habs had the Bs crying 'uncle' most of the night, and Eller helped lead the way. He, Alex Galchenyuk and Alexander Semin seem to have real chemistry and the trio accounted for seven points Saturday night. He's a worthy activation if they continue to be combustible together.

  • Habs' Eller Breaks Through In Game 4

    News: Lars Eller generated an assist and put six shots on net in Thursday's 6-2 massacre of the Bolts.
    Analysis: Lars Eller's outputs in Game 4 exceeded the entirety of his production from the first three games of the series, when he managed only five shot attempts while failing to score or dish out an assist. The 25-year-old has shown flashes of offensive brilliance for various stretches of his career, and if Thursday's performance is able to ignite him, the Habs might have a fighting chance to overcome a 3-1 series deficit.
  • Habs' Eller Scores Shortie

    News: Lars Eller scored a short-handed goal in Wednesday night's 4-3 win over Ottawa in Game 1 of their playoff series.
    Analysis: The goal came when Montreal was down a man for five minutes, courtesy of a P.K. Subban slashing major. Ottawa scored twice during its power play, so the Lars Eller goal was a stabilizer at a time when the game could have swung the Senators' way. Eller was Montreal's postseason scoring leader in 2014.
  • Habs' Eller Heating Up

    News: Lars Eller scored the overtime game-winner in Thursday night's 4-3 win over Detroit. He has four goals and an assist in his last six games.
    Analysis: Lars Eller is heating up in time for the postseason. If you recall, he was Montreal's leading scorer in the playoffs last season.
  • Habs' Eller Scores

    News: Lars Eller scored his 12th goal of the season in Saturday night's 3-2 overtime win over Florida. The goal was his first point in five games.
    Analysis: It hasn't showed up in the box score, but Lars Eller's played some good hockey lately, helping his line generate some offensive zone pressure.
  • Habs' Eller On Mini Run

    News: Lars Eller had an assist in Tuesday night's 3-2 win over Florida. He has points in three of the past four games.
    Analysis: It's a rare night when the Canadiens get production out of a line other than the top trio, but Lars Eller and his third-line mates were the difference against the Panthers. He's a streaky producer, so now's the time to catch him.
  • Habs' Eller: Four Points In Last Four Games

    News: Lars Eller scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's win over the Islanders. He now has four points (two goals, two assists) in his last four games.
    Analysis: The goal came into an empty net, but points are points. He's not exactly a fantasy must-own, but he could provide short-term value.
  • Habs' Eller: First Goal in 15 Games

    News: Lars Eller snapped a 14-game goal drought when he potted the game-winning goal in Saturday's victory over Arizona. It was his 10th goal of the season.
    Analysis: It's been a tough slog for Lars Eller who has struggled to take his game to the next level. He did manage 30 points in 26 games during the lockout-shortened season, but right now, he has a mere 18 in 61 contests. There's still time for him to grow into his game a bit, but our expectations have been sufficiently lowered. The speedy forward may simply be a great third-line guy with awkward finish.
  • Habs' Eller Dropped To Third Line

    News: Lars Eller was dropped to the third line for Thursday night's win over Columbus, Hockey Inside Out reports. He had one shot on goal, one hit and finished plus-1 in 12:33 of ice time.
    Analysis: Newcomer Devante Smith-Pelly was given a coveted spot as a top-six forward on the second line, forcing Lars Eller to skate with Brandon Prust and rookie Jacob De La Rose.
  • Habs' Eller On Trade Block

    News: The Canadiens have been shopping Lars Eller "for weeks, if not months," according to TSN's Bob McKenzie, the Montreal Gazette reports.
    Analysis: Expectations were high for Lars Eller this season coming off his breakthrough performance in the playoffs last spring, but he's been a disappointment. He's scored just one goal since Dec. 29.