Evans gathered two assists, two shots on net, two hits and one blocked shot over 16:49 of ice time in Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Senators. Evans jumped on a loose puck, beating slow-to-react Ottawa defenders to set up Rem Pitlick's first-period goal. Later, he hit Joel Edmundson perfectly in stride for the Canadiens' third goal. Evans extended his point streak to three games, during which he has two goals and two assists. The middle-six forward has 12 goals, 27 points, 118 shots, 87 hits and 20 PIM over 69 contests. A three-year deal signed prior to the season means Evans is expected to return in a similar role in 2022-23, but the Canadiens also figure to remodel the roster during the offseason.
Evans (undisclosed) will be in the lineup against the Flyers on Thursday. Evans is back after missing just one game due to his undisclosed problem. The 25-year-old winger set career bests this past season in games played (67), goals (11) and assists (13). Even with his return to action, Evans will be hard-pressed to break into the top six.
Evans is dealing with an undisclosed injury and won't play against Minnesota on Tuesday, John Lu of TSN.ca reports. Evans has put together a decent campaign with career bests in goals (11), assists (13) and games played (67). While the 25-year-old Toronto native is unlikely to ever be a 40-point producer for the Habs, he should be capable of offering some fantasy value in a middle-six role.
Evans scored a goal on three shots and had one hit in Thursday's 7-4 win over the Devils. Evans patiently waited at the point while mates dislodged the puck from the corner. Corey Schueneman fed the forward who gripped-and-ripped a slapshot over Andrew Hammond's left shoulder for the Canadiens' second goal and his 10th of the season. Evans stopped a six-game goal drought with the tally and now has points in two straight. The 25-year-old center has 23 points, 110 shots, 82 hits, 33 blocked shots and 20 PIM while averaging 15:39 of ice time over 62 games.
Evans had three shots on net over 16:19 of ice time in Thursday's 4-0 loss to the Hurricanes. Evans was removed from Montreal's previous game due to an upper-body injury, but he was back on ice Thursday. He skated on the third line with Rem Pitlick and Mike Hoffman.
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