Max Pacioretty

#67 LW / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 219 lb Age: 27 College: Michigan

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      Canadiens' Max Pacioretty: Runs point streak to five games

      Pacioretty added his ninth goal of the season in Monday's win over the Canucks. Pacioretty has now recorded a point in each of the last five games, coinciding with an uptick in his shot totals, as he launched a season-high eight on net Monday. The winger keeps ticking along and is well on his way to another 60-point campaign.

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      Canadiens' Max Pacioretty: Plays assistant in Thursday's win

      Pacioretty snapped out of a funk Thursday, notching a pair of assists in a 4-1 win over the Islanders. He added two PIM and a plus-1 rating. One of the helpers was on an empty-netter, but after five straight games without a point, he'll take 'em how he can get 'em. He certainly deserved the first one, firing a hard shot that Brendan Gallagher was able to deflect past Jaroslav Halak. Next up, a game with the rival Bruins, against whom Pacioretty's got a terrific track record.

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      Canadiens' Max Pacioretty: Scores goal in Tuesday's win

      Pacioretty scored and had a game-high seven shots in Tuesday's 3-0 win over the Blues. Pacioretty continues to find the back of the net, scoring his fifth goal of the season, deflecting Tomas Plekanec's shot from the right point past Jake Allen to open the scoring. He also added a team-high four hits in 16:56 of ice time. Pacioretty is well on his way to another 30-goal season.

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      Canadiens' Max Pacioretty: Gets second empty-net point

      Pacioretty had a team-high five shots and assisted on an empty-net goal in Saturday night's 4-2 win over the Bruins. Pacioretty's padded his stats to start the season with two of his three points coming on empty-net situations. That's not to diminish Pacioretty's offensive bona fides -- he's a gifted scorer with a goalie in net or in equal strength situations. But over the course of the year, Pacioretty can build up his numbers on the power play and deployment in late-game situations.

    • Finds twine twice in opener

      News: Max Pacioretty wasted no time Wednesday in the season opener, potting a pair of goals in a 3-1 win over the Leafs.
      Analysis: The newly-minted Habs captain also fired five shots on goal and skated to a plus-2 rating, leading the charge in what was a dominant road game in Toronto. Max Pacioretty looks no worse for wear after breaking his leg in July and seems poised to pace Montreal's offense again in 2015-16.
    • Leads Habs forwards in ice time

      News: Max Pacioretty had four shots on net and a goal in Saturday night's preseason finale against Ottawa. He led all Habs forwards with 19:05 of ice time.
      Analysis: Max Pacioretty -- who missed the first part of training camp with a leg injury -- played the final two games of the preseason and will be ready to go Wednesday when the regular season opens in Toronto.
    • Makes preseason debut

      News: Max Pacioretty (leg) made his preseason debut Thursday night, getting an assist in 15:29 of ice time in a loss to the Senators.
      Analysis: Max Pacioretty wore a brace and skated a team-high 23 shifts. His timing was off, but he'll play again Saturday in the preseason finale as the Canadiens prepare for the season opener next Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.
    • Playing Thursday

      News: Max Pacioretty (leg) will be in the lineup Thursday when the Canadiens host the Senators, Hockey Inside Out reports.
      Analysis: Max Pacioretty, who will skate with Tomas Plekanec and Brendan Gallagher, is returning to game action sooner than expected. The Habs have one more preseason game on the schedule -- Saturday in Ottawa -- and Pacioretty is hoping to play that game as well before the regular season drops next Wednesday.
    • Joins team for Wednesday's practice

      News: Max Pacioretty (leg) is warming up for practice with the entire Canadiens team Wednesday, Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette reports.
      Analysis: More concrete details of Max Pacioretty's injury status should be revealed following the practice. It's a situation worth monitoring, as the smooth-skating goal producer looks for a hot start following a campaign in which he registered 37 goals and 30 assists for the Habs.
    • Montreal's Pacioretty Has Full Practice

      News: Max Pacioretty (leg) participated in a full practice Sunday, but still isn't ready for contact, the Montreal Gazette reports.
      Analysis: Max Pacioretty, who fractured his tibia in July, has been skating since Sept. 9 and is slowly adding more activity to his workouts. His availability for the season opener against Toronto is still up in the air, but there's growing optimism that Montreal's leading goal scorer will be ready to go within a couple of weeks.
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