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Canadiens' Jake Allen: Done for season
Allen will miss the remainder of the campaign with a groin injury.
Although Allen is done for the year, he's expected to make a full recovery in time for next season's training camp. For now, it appears as though Carey Price (knee) will play in 2022-23, but it remains to be seen if he'll still be with the Canadiens or perhaps playing elsewhere in search of a Stanley Cup. If Price is with Montreal, it's safe to assume Allen's workload will be significantly reduced next year. However, if Price is suiting up for a different team, Allen should have a similar workload to what he took on in 2021-22. Allen will finish the season having gone 9-20-4 with a 3.30 GAA and .905 save percentage through 35 appearances.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Long-term outlook uncertain
Allen (lower body) won't be available against Winnipeg on Monday, and his recovery timeline remains undetermined, John Lu of TSN.ca reports.
Allen had appeared in 11 of the team's last 12 contests in which he went 4-4-2 with a 3.61 GAA and .911 save percentage. With Carey Price (knee) still working his way back and Allen sidelined, Sam Montembeault will step into the starting role versus the Jets and possibly beyond.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Will not return Saturday
Allen suffered a lower-body injury in Saturday's game versus the Maple Leafs, and he will not return.
Allen was injured on the first goal of the game. He stopped 14 of 15 shots before the injury. Depending on the severity, Sam Montembeault may be pressed into a starter's workload if Allen is forced to miss time.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Exits in first period
Allen (undisclosed) left Saturday's game in the first period.
Allen immediately went to the locker room after Auston Matthews tallied the opening goal, though the reason for his exit is unknown. Sam Montembeault took over in goal. More information on Allen's status should surface after the contest.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Starting in Toronto
Allen will guard the road cage during Saturday's matchup with the Maple Leafs, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Allen was a little shaky in his last start Thursday against the Devils, allowing four goals on 37 shots, but he was still able to come away with a win thanks to fantastic goal support from his teammates. He'll attempt to secure a second straight victory in a tough road matchup with a Toronto team that's averaging 3.65 goals per game at home this season, sixth in the NHL.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Keeps mates in game to get win
Allen made 33 saves in a 7-4 win over the Devils on Thursday.
Allen was dialed in Thursday, especially in the second period when the Devils were buzzing the net. And he kept his teammates in the game until they forced Andrew Hammond from the New Jersey net early in the third and ultimately took the win. But for the strong work Thursday, fantasy managers need to use caution with Allen in the net. He has allowed four or more goals in eight of his last 13 starts.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Guarding cage Thursday
Allen will get the starting nod in New Jersey on Thursday, per NHL.com.
Allen coughed up five goals on 31 shots in Tuesday's loss to the Senators. The veteran netminder has dropped three of his last four starts, allowing a combined 18 goals on 160 shots during that span. He's fallen to 8-20-4 with a 3.27 GAA and a .905 save percentage through 33 games this season.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Takes loss at home
Allen stopped 26 of 31 shots and took the loss in Tuesday's 6-3 defeat at the hands of Ottawa.
After seeing an average of 41 shots over the past six games, Allen was given a slight break Tuesday. Unfortunately, he needed more support from the troops, who racked up 28 PIM which led to two power-play goals and another tally scored on a delayed penalty call. The Canadiens next play Thursday in New Jersey.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Gets starting nod
Allen will defend the blue paint during Tuesday's home game versus Ottawa, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Allen was decent in his last start Saturday versus Tampa Bay, surrendering four goals on 41 shots en route to a 5-4 shootout victory. He'll try to snag a second straight win in a home matchup with a Senators squad that's averaging 2.70 goals per game on the road this season, 23rd in the NHL.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Busy man in shootout win
Allen made 37 saves in a 5-4 shootout win over Tampa Bay on Saturday.
Steven Stamkos beat him at 8:57 of the first period with a chip in from close range. Anthony Cirelli made it 2-0 with a shortie. Nikita Kucherov scored on the power play in the second to make it 3-1 and Brayden Point put in a power-play snipe at the end of the second to push the score to 4-3. Allen is 2-3-1 in his last six starts and it was the sixth straight game that he faced at least 41 shots.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Taking on Tampa Bay
Allen will patrol the crease during Saturday's road game versus the Lightning, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Allen played well in his last start Thursday against the Hurricanes, turning aside 40 of 43 shots, but he ultimately came away with a loss due to a complete lack of goal support from his teammates. The 31-year-old netminder will try to snap his personal two-game losing streak in a road matchup with a hot Tampa Bay team that's won four straight contests.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Massive performance just not enough
Allen made 40 saves Thursday in a 4-0 loss to the Hurricanes. He allowed three goals.
The ice was tilted hard at him all night long, especially in the second period when the Canes fired a season-high 26 shots. The poor guy was drinking from the proverbial fire hose. But Allen gave his team a shot. The Habs have come back to earth after playing above their heads just after Marty St. Louis took over behind the bench. They have lost nine of their past 12 games, which means Allen or any replacement will be hard pressed to earn quality points from the blue paint.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Defending cage against Canes
Allen will patrol the blue paint for Thursday's road matchup with Carolina.
Allen has been inconsistent since returning from injury, having posted a 2-2-2 record and .920 save percentage while also allowing four or more goals on three occasions. With upcoming games against Carolina and Tampa Bay, the 31-year-old netminder will likely face significant rubber and will be hard-pressed to pick up wins against two of the top five teams in the NHL standings.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Overwhelmed by Florida's offense
Allen allowed six goals on 45 shots in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to the Panthers.
Allen was under siege all night in what's become a common theme of late -- he's faced at least 42 shots in each of his last four starts. The Canadiens were able to dig out of a 4-1 second-period hole and tied it heading into the third, but a fresh onslaught from the Panthers resulted in two more goals against Allen and an empty-netter to seal it. Working behind a porous defense, Allen should continue to see a heavy workload whenever he mans the crease moving forward.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Starting in Florida
Allen will defend the road goal during Tuesday's matchup with the Panthers.
Allen was fantastic in his last start Saturday against Toronto, turning aside 49 of 51 shots en route to a 4-2 win. He'll try to secure a second straight victory in a brutal road matchup with a Florida team that's 26-6-0 at home this year.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Makes Leafs wilt
Allen made 49 saves in a 4-2 win over Toronto on Saturday.
Allen settled down after surrendering a goal to Auston Matthews just 36 seconds into the game. Toronto dominated offensive-zone time and possession from the outset, but it was Allen who was the difference maker. The shot totals were 51-18 for the Leafs. It was Allen's fifth straight start, and he should continue to see a heavy workload while he's locked in.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Gets starting nod against Leafs
Allen will be between the pipes at home versus Toronto on Saturday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Allen will be making his fifth straight start since returning from injury. In his previous four outings, the veteran netminder went 1-1-2 with a 2.99 GAA. Unless Carey Price (knee) is cleared to return this year, Allen figures to see the bulk of the workload the rest of the way.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Regroups after shaky start
Allen made 38 saves in a 4-2 loss to Florida on Thursday.
Like Spencer Knight in the other net, Allen got off to a shaky start. Nick Suzuki beat Knight 29 seconds into the game only to see Aleksander Barkov wire a shot from the left face-off dot past a stunned Allen. He regrouped, but didn't stand much of a chance on goals that came on deflection or power play. Allen is now 1-1-2 in four starts since his return from injury.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Facing Florida
Allen will guard the home goal during Thursday's matchup with the Panthers.
Allen played well in his last start Monday versus Boston, stopping 43 of 46 shots, but he ultimately suffered an overtime loss due to insufficient goal support from his teammates. He'll try to get back in the win column in a home matchup with a Florida team that's 16-8-6 on the road this year.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Jake Allen: Falls to Boston in OT
Allen made 43 saves in Monday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Bruins.
He was the main reason Montreal even got a point out of the game, as the Bruins out-shot the Canadiens 46-28, but Allen did get deked out of his pads on Brad Marchand's OT winner. The 31-year-old netminder has yet to take a regulation loss in three starts since returning from a lower-body injury, going 1-0-2 with a 2.60 GAA and .928 save percentage, and with the trade deadline now past Allen should be locked in as the Habs' No. 1 goalie as long as he can stay healthy.... See More ... See Less
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