Joe Morrow

#45 D / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 199 lb Age: 25 College: None

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  • Canadiens' Joe Morrow: Healthy scratch Saturday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Morrow was a healthy scratch for Saturday's game against Detroit. He was also scratched from Thursday's game, getting replaced by rookie Victor Mete. The switch came out of nowhere as Morrow was recently promoted to the second pairing and averaged 20:09 of ice time in six contests leading up to being scratched the last two games.

  • Canadiens' Joe Morrow: Promoted to second pair
    By RotoWire Staff

    Morrow had a season-high 21:14 of ice time and assisted on the team's lone goal in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Stars. He registered five shots and three blocks, both team highs. Morrow was bumped up to the second pair with Shea Weber (lower body) scratched, leading to his increased playing time Tuesday. He started the season as the seventh defenseman, but has worked his way into a regular gig while providing a modicum of offense (four points, 12 games).

  • Morrow scored a goal on four shots in Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Coyotes. Morrow's goal was his second in 10 games played thus far, setting a new career benchmark for the defenseman who had just two goals in 65 games over three seasons with the Bruins. He's not going to be a difference maker for fantasy teams, but Morrow's getting steady work on the third pairing.

  • Morrow scored his first goal of the season and added an assist in Sunday's win over Chicago. It was just the fifth game of the year for Morrow, who earned third-star honors in only 10:14 of ice time. The 24-year-old isn't known for his offense, but this impressive showing could keep him in the lineup for another game. Even when he's playing, Morrow doesn't offer much fantasy-wise outside of the very deepest of leagues.

  • Canadiens' Joe Morrow: Makes first start of season
    By RotoWire Staff

    Morrow had one shot, two hits, two penalty minutes and was minus-1 over 10:22 in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks. Morrow made his first start of the season, taking the spot of Jordie Benn, who was pointless and minus-1 through five games. Head coach Claude Julien, who has a relationship with Morrow stemming back to when both were in Boston the last three seasons, told Stu Cowan of Hockey Inside Out that Morrow moves the puck out of his own end as a skater or with a good first pass. Getting out of their own zone has been problematic for the Canadiens early in the season.

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