Paul Byron

#41 LW / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 11YRS Height: 5-9 Weight: 158 lb Age: 32 College: None

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Moves to LTIR

    Paul Byron (hip) was placed on long-term injured reserve on Thursday, per CapFriendly.Byron is expected to be out until the end of December as he recovers from hip surgery, so this is simply a procedural move to earn the Montreal Canadiens more cap space. The 32-year-old will likely return to a bottom-six role once he's healthy again.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Skates with staff

    Paul Byron (hip) skated with a member of the Montreal Canadiens' training staff Monday, Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette reports.Byron was on ice for a 15-minute stretch, his first such activity since undergoing hip surgery in July. He'll be on the injured list for the first few months of the season and could return by the end of 2021. Byron is a speedy forward that is part of the penalty-kill unit and a member of the team's leadership group.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Out five months after hip surgery

    Paul Byron is expected to miss five months after undergoing hip surgery.Byron's expected to be out until the tail end of 2021, so he likely won't see any game action until some point in 2022. The veteran winger was a spark plug for Montreal's bottom six in the postseason, but the Montreal Canadiens have the forward depth to overcome this injury without much trouble. Byron will likely be placed on LTIR.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Riding four-game point streak

    Paul Byron notched an assist, two PIM and two blocked shots in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Golden Knights in Game 5.Byron helped out on Jesperi Kotkaniemi's opening tally in the first period. In his last four games, Byron has two goals and two helpers. That's a solid run for the defensive winger, who is up to six points, 14 shots on net, 44 hits and a minus-1 rating through 16 playoff outings overall.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Scores lone goal in loss

    Paul Byron scored a goal in Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Golden Knights in Game 4.Shortly after the Montreal Canadiens killed a penalty, Nick Suzuki set up Byron for a partial breakaway that resulted in the opening tally late in the second period. Byron has gotten on the scoresheet in three straight games (two goals, one helper), and he's up to five points through 15 playoff contests overall. He's still more of a defensive forward, but the Ottawa native has supplied some depth scoring in the Stanley Cup Semifinals.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Helps out in overtime

    Paul Byron notched an assist and a game-high nine hits in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over the Golden Knights in Game 3.A Jesperi Kotkaniemi pass eventually ended up with Byron, who then set up Josh Anderson for a tap-in at 12:53 of overtime. Playing in a bottom-six role, Byron hasn't made much of a scoring contribution with four points in 14 playoff games. He's added 42 hits, 12 shots on net and a minus-1 rating while often serving as a reliable defensive presence.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Tallies game-winning goal

    Paul Byron scored a goal on two shots and added a pair of hits in Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Golden Knights in Game 2.Byron extended the Montreal Canadiens' lead to 3-0 with his goal at 17:45 of the second period. That tally proved to be just enough for the win, which in turn tied the series at one game apiece. The 32-year-old winger has been limited to three points, 12 shots on net and 33 hits through 13 playoff contests. Byron is a solid defensive forward, but he's unlikely to add much on the scoresheet.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Sets up overtime winner

    Paul Byron notched an assist and three hits in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Maple Leafs in Game 6.Byron recovered the puck after a turnover by Maple Leafs defenseman Travis Dermott. The 32-year-old Byron then set up Jesperi Kotkaniemi's game-winning goal. Through six playoff outings, Byron has two points, but he's factored in on game-winners in Games 1 and 6. He's added 20 hits, six shots on goal and a minus-2 rating from a fourth-line role.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Heroic effort for game-winning goal

    Paul Byron scored a shorthanded goal on two shots and added seven hits in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Maple Leafs in Game 1.Joel Armia cleared a puck on a penalty kill in the third period, and Byron turned the harmless-looking play into an opportunity. He beat a Maple Leafs defenseman to the puck, fell to the ice and maintained enough control for a shot that beat Jack Campbell for the decisive tally. The brilliant individual effort was Byron's third playoff goal in his career. The 32-year-old winger had 16 points, 116 hits and a plus-5 rating in 46 regular-season contests as a bottom-six forward.

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    Canadiens' Paul Byron: Makes impactful return

    Paul Byron (lower body) potted a goal and an assist with two shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to Edmonton. He also contributed four hits and a season-best plus-3 rating.Playing in his first game since April 23, Byron was all over the scoresheet after having gone six straight games without a point leading up to his injury. He and linemates Jake Evans and Artturi Lehkonen were a formidable fourth line, accounting for all three Montreal goals. Byron assisted on Evans' goal to open the scoring midway through the first period, then he pulled the Montreal Canadiens even at 2-2 in the middle frame with his fifth goal of the year. The 31-year-old Byron has 16 points in 45 games this season.

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