Sven Andrighetto

#42 RW / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 1YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 187 lb Age: 22 College: None

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Practices on top line

    Andrighetto skated on Montreal's top line along with Max Pacioretty and David Desharnais in practice Thursday, Hockey Inside Out reports. Andrighetto's averaging 12:30 TOI in 21 games, but should get healthy bump in playing time Friday against the Sabres if he remains a top-six forward throughout the entire game. He has some offensive skill and now has an opportunity to generate scoring chances and/or offensive-zone possession.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Second shootout winner

    Andrighetto recorded his second shootout-winning goal in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Hurricanes. The Canadiens have yanked Andrighetto around a bit, but he's shown a bit of a scoring touch while skating with the club's bottom six forwards. The Habs could certainly use guys capable of generating offense, and Andrighetto is deserving of a spot on the active roster every night.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Active for Wednesday's loss

    Andrighetto was in the active lineup for Wednesday night's 4-2 loss to Buffalo. He had 12:27 TOI and one shot on goal in the loss. Andrighetto has some scoring ability and could see his role grow over the final months of the season, particularly if the Canadiens' season continues on its current path. Montreal has lost four in a row, are 1-8-1 in the last 10, and are sitting in the 12th position in the Eastern Conference.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Rejoins Habs

    Andrighetto was recalled by the Canadiens on Sunday, Arpon Basu of LNH.com reports. Andrighetto lost his spot with the Canadiens earlier in the month, but will rejoin the club following the All-Star break. The 22-year-old winger has seen some success in limited action with the parent team this season, notching five points (four goals) in 17 games. He probably won't see consistent action in his return to the Habs, serving as a borderline member of the lineup on a nightly basis.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Sent to minors

    Andrighetto has been sent to AHL St. John's, Amanda Stein of TSN 690 reports. Montreal is struggling to put goals on the board, lighting the lamp just 12 times through five games in 2016. Thus, a shakeup was in store. Daniel Carr joins Andrighetto in moving to the minors while the club has promoted Jacob De La Rose, who played in 33 games with the Habs last season.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Activated Wednesday

    Andrighetto was on the active roster for Wednesday night's 2-1 win over New Jersey. The recently called up Andrighetto got on the ice ahead of Tomas Fleischmann, who was a healthy scratch for the first time this season. Andrighetto skated on a line with Alex Galchenyuk and Daniel Carr. That's a new combination, which combined for five shot attempts (three on goal, two missed).

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Recalled by Canadiens on Saturday

    Andrighetto was recalled by the Canadiens on Saturday. With Dale Weise (upper body) expected to miss the Habs' next 5-to-10 games, Montreal is in need of additional depth at forward. Andrighetto, who has tallied five points (four goals, one assist) in 14 games with the Canadiens this season, will provide Montreal with added insurance up front. At this juncture it isn't clear what kind of role Andrighetto will occupy upon his return to the big club.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Sent down to minors

    Andrighetto has been demoted to St. John's of the AHL, and reporter Amanda Stein of TSN 690, wonders if this means that Brendan Gallagher (finger) will return soon. Even if the Habs are paving the way for a Gallagher return, it's worth noting that Andrighetto's playing time has not entirely been linked to Gallagher's status, as the Swiss skater was a healthy scratch for four games around Christmas break. However, Gallagher is a mainstay in the lineup whenever healthy, and someone had to be sent down. Andrighetto is a rookie who should benefit from more development time in the minors, though he showed flashes of offensive potential by posting four goals and an assist in 14 games with the parent club in 2015.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Will be activated Monday

    Andrighetto, who's been a healthy scratch the last four games, will be active for Monday night's game against Tampa Bay, the Montreal Gazette reports. In a corresponding move, head coach Michel Therrien will healthy-scratch Devante Smith-Pelly. With Montreal generating little offense during its recent 2-10-1 stretch, Andrighetto brings a better scoring touch to the ice than Smith-Pelly.

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    Canadiens' Sven Andrighetto: Ice time drops, but scoring continues

    Andrighetto scored his fourth goal in nine games Thursday, but skated only 8:45, taking two shots and dishing three hits. Coach Michel Therrien made note of Andrighetto's chemistry with Charles Hudon, who took a brilliant shot that generated a juicy rebound, which Andrighetto poked home. That's two goals in the last three games for Andrighetto, but his stint on the top line turned out to be rather short-lived. Still, it'll be hard for Therrien to limit the rookie's minutes if he keeps skating hard and putting pucks in the net.

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