Max Pacioretty

#67 LW / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 213 lb Age: 29 College: Michigan

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  • Pacioretty recorded three shots and two hits -- but no points -- during Saturday's 10-1 blowout victory over the Red Wings. Pacioretty saw a three-game point streak snapped and was the lone Montreal forward not to register a point during the stunning victory for the Habs. The 29-year-old winger will look to get back on track Tuesday against the Blues.

  • Pacioretty netted his eighth goal of the season and added a helper in Thursday's win over the Red Wings. Pacioretty is now riding a three-game point streak in which he's fired at least three shots on goal in each of the contests. The 29-year-old is starting to heat up after a frustrating stretch where he went six consecutive games without getting on the scoresheet. Pacioretty has had his slumps this year, but there's still some fantasy value in his 16 points through 27 contests. Now that Carey Price is back and the team is turning things around, look for Pacioretty to start producing more consistently. The talent is there for him to be a fantasy ace.

  • Pacioretty skated on a line with Phillip Danault and Andrew Shaw during Friday's practice, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. In reuniting Pacioretty with Danault heading into Saturday night's game against Buffalo, coach Claude Julien ended an experiment that had Montreal's captain skating on a line with Jonathan Drouin and Alex Galchenyuk, unable to explain why three of the team's best forwards didn't mesh. "Sometimes you don't have those answers. You try it and you hope that it will work," said the coach. Pacioretty's been productive in the past when on a line with Danault. Julien has shaken up his lines often this season, which seems perfectly normal for the league's 31st-ranked offense (2.30 goals per game).

  • Canadiens' Max Pacioretty: Will play Saturday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Pacioretty (illness) will be back in the lineup to face the Maple Leafs on Saturday, John Lu of reports. Pacioretty, Jonathan Drouin and Jordie Benn all missed Friday's practice due to the flu, but each of them will be available to face the visitors in this next contest. The Habs captain has been quite inconsistent this season, as he's connected on only 7.4 percent of his 94 shots and registered a mere 12 points (seven goals, five assists) through 20 games.

  • Pacioretty missed Friday's practice with the flu. The Habs have a home game against the Maple Leafs scheduled for Saturday, but Pacioretty, Jonathan Drouin and defenseman Jordie Benn are all currently sick. This is certainly a situation worth monitoring as we head into another busy weekend of hockey.

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