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Nov 12, 2022 0 1 0 2
Nov 9, 2022 0 1 0 1
Nov 8, 2022 0 0 -1 0
Nov 5, 2022 0 0 1 1
Nov 3, 2022 0 0 0 3

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2022 40.3 4 4 -4 13:26
2021 42.757.1 6 14 20 -9 17:05
2020 4522.5 2 21 23 -8 16:04
3y Avg. 40.758.2 5 14 19 -7 16:18
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Lands on IR

    Drouin (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Drouin is expected to be sidelined for 4-6 weeks with his upper-body injury, so this move was expected. The 27-year-old forward has been limited to 12 games this campaign due to injury, picking up four points over that span.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Set for long-term absence

    Drouin (upper body) will miss 4-6 weeks. Drouin has been dealing with the injury since Nov. 5. He was able to play through it for a bit, but he'll now be on the shelf for an extended time. It would not be surprising to see him placed on injured reserve in the coming days to clear a roster spot.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Ruled out Tuesday

    Drouin will miss Tuesday's game against New Jersey because of an upper-body injury. Drouin has four assists in 12 games this season. He's only been averaging 13:27 of ice time, but that has included a solid 2:20 on the power play. His absence might open the door to Juraj Slafkovsky drawing into the lineup and even getting some power-play ice time.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Records power-play assist

    Drouin had a power-play assist and two shots on net over 10:39 of ice time in Saturday's 5-4 win over the Penguins in overtime. Drouin's drive from the blue line created a rebound for Sean Monahan who was in perfect position to capitalize on it. It was the second straight game with a power-play assist for Drouin. He was dropped to the fourth line Saturday, but the winger remains part of the Canadiens' top power-play unit. Drouin has just four points (all assists) through 12 games.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Snaps drought

    Drouin had a power-play assist and one shot on net over 14:08 of ice time in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Canucks. Drouin, working as the quarterback on the power play, fed Nick Suzuki at the right circle for the game's first goal at the 55-second mark of the first period. The assist snapped a seven-game run without a point for Drouin, who has just three points in 11 games and was a healthy scratch three times. The 27-year-old winger was looking for a larger role in the final year of his contract. He skates on the third line when it's even strength but still maintains a role on the top power-play unit.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Returning to lineup Tuesday

    Drouin will return to the lineup Tuesday against the Wild after being a healthy scratch for Saturday's 7-4 win over the Blues, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. Drouin was a healthy scratch for the third time in nine games but gets the call Tuesday along with Rem Pitlick. Mike Hoffman and Michael Pezzetta will not be in the lineup. Drouin, who has two assists and four shots over six games, is pointless in his last three contests.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Logs assist in win

    Drouin had one assist, two shots on net and one hit over 12:48 of ice time in Thursday's 6-2 win over the Coyotes. Drouin and Kirby Dach each had shots rebuffed by Connor Ingram before linemate Josh Anderson got the Canadiens on the board early in the first period. After a two-game healthy scratch to begin the season, Drouin has been active three straight contests and logged assists in each of the last two games. What appeared to be a lost season for Drouin has taken on a rosier outlook.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Logs first point

    Drouin had an assist, one shot on net and one hit over 13:06 of ice time in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Penguins. Drouin's pretty pass set up Cole Caufield for the goal that sent the game into overtime. It was also a reminder of his offensive skill, after the veteran logged two healthy scratches to start the season. The 27-year-old forward moved up to the third line, replacing rookie Juraj Slafkovsky at left wing as one of several lineup tweaks implemented by Montreal head coach Martin St. Louis. He then found himself on the ice with top-liners Caufield and Nick Suzuki late in the game, when the Canadiens trailed 2-1 with under three minutes left. In other words, when the Habs needed a score, St. Louis put his most offensively gifted talent on the ice. After the first two contests, it looked like Drouin might be a spare part on a rebuilding team; however, he's been active the last two games, moving from the fourth line to the third line while also appearing on the power play.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Makes season debut

    Drouin was active for the first time and had 12:16 of ice time in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Capitals. Drouin made his season debut after being a healthy scratch Wednesday and Friday, taking over for Rem Pitlick on the fourth line. The fourth-line role does not bolster his fantasy prospects, but Drouin was part of the second power-play unit (2:12 PP TOI). There are some moving parts early in the season, which could lead to Drouin playing a greater role or being an expensive spare part. The Canadiens are evaluating No. 1 overall pick Juraj Slafkovsky, who could be sent down to AHL Laval, which would benefit Drouin. However, the Habs expect forward Joel Armia (upper body) to return soon, adding a 15th forward that could squeeze Drouin's playing time. On top of it all is a club whose objective is more about finding pieces for next year's roster than giving Drouin, and his expiring contract, ice time that could be spent more wisely on the development of younger talent.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Another scratch Friday

    Drouin will be a healthy scratch for Friday's game against the Red Wings, Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette reports. Drouin follows up an opening-night healthy scratch with another night in the press box. The 27-year-old could be headed for a season as an expensive spare part, but as a skilled player in the final year of a contract, Drouin could eventually be traded to a team that needs a forward and can swallow a $5.5 million salary. As for the immediate future with the present organization, a potential path to ice time could be if the Canadiens decide to send rookie Juraj Slafkovsky down to AHL Laval. The 2022 No. 1 overall pick will play as long as he makes progress and learns from mistakes.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Healthy scratch Wednesday

    Drouin was a healthy scratch and did not play in Wednesday's season-opening 4-3 win over the Maple Leafs, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. This is an unforeseen development. The Canadiens have 14 forwards on the NHL roster, and Drouin was not considered one of the top 12. The forward reported no injury issues during the preseason, so a healthy Drouin may not play a major role this season, which is the final year of his contract.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Scores lone goal in loss

    Drouin scored a power-play goal on his lone shot of the night and had a minor penalty over 15:41 of ice time in Monday's 5-1 preseason loss to Toronto. Drouin found the scoring touch in his second preseason appearance, batting the puck home during a scramble in front of the net. The forward returned to action recently after rehabbing from wrist surgery, his third such procedure over the last three years. Drouin, who will be a top-six forward this season, skated on the second line Monday along with Sean Monahan and Josh Anderson.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Knocks off rust

    Drouin had one shot and one blocked shot while posting a minus-1 rating over 16:27 of ice time in Saturday's 5-4 preseason overtime loss to Ottawa. Drouin played in a game for the first time since March 21 after undergoing April wrist surgery. He's expected to fill a top-six role in the final year of his contract.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Confirmed to play Saturday

    Drouin (wrist) is in the lineup for Saturday's game versus the Senators. Drouin hasn't played since March 21 of last season, and he's underwent wrist surgery. The 27-year-old has the potential to play a top-six role this year, but it's always been a question of health more than talent for the Quebec native, who has missed double-digit games in each of the last three campaigns.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Preseason debut Saturday

    Drouin (wrist) was expected to play Wednesday's 3-0 preseason loss to Toronto but was sidelined due to illness, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. He also missed Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Jets. At last report, the target date for Drouin's return to game action was around the season opener, but instead, he'll play Saturday in Ottawa. The 27-year-old forward, who hasn't played a full season since 2018-19, was limited to 34 games last year before undergoing wrist surgery but had his best scoring pace (20 points in 34 games) since joining Montreal. Drouin enters the final year of a six-year deal and should be motivated by pending free agency.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: On track for Opening Night

    Drouin (wrist) should be ready for game action on or shortly after Opening Night, John Lu of TSN.ca reports. Drouin was limited to just 34 games last season due to a wrist injury, but he was pretty productive when healthy, picking up six goals and 20 points over that span. The 27-year-old forward has been plagued by health issues over the past three campaigns, but if he's able to avoid the injury bug in 2022-23, he could threaten the double-digit goal and 40-point marks.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Moves to LTIR

    Drouin (wrist) was placed on long-term injured reserve Tuesday, per PuckPedia. This move frees up the cap space for the Canadiens to activate Carey Price (knee) from LTIR. Drouin has already been ruled out for the year after undergoing surgery, and he's expected to be ready for training camp in September.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Officially out for season

    Drouin underwent wrist surgery Friday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Surgery was on the table to address Drouin's injury, and he opted to undergo the operation. The winger is expected to be ready for training camp in the fall.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Seeking second opinion

    Drouin (wrist) will seek a second opinion regarding his wrist injury, Arpon Basu of The Athletic Drouin was initially reported to be undergoing surgery, but he'll seek a further opinion before making his decision. That medical consultation will happen after Drouin clears the COVID-19 protocols, having recently been designated a close contact.
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  • Canadiens' Jonathan Drouin: Undergoing season-ending surgery

    Drouin (wrist) will undergo season-ending surgery, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. This is the same wrist injury that kept Drouin out of action for nearly two months. He tried to play through it, but his season is now over. The 26-year-old posted 20 points and 62 shots on net in 34 games -- he has missed at least 10 games in each of the last three campaigns, though he's expected to be ready for training camp ahead of the 2022-23 season.
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