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2021 78.254.1 19 13 32 -25 17:13
2020 67.54 17 7 24 -10 16:24
3y Avg. 514.3 12 8 20 -13 16:44
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Full participant at practice

    Anderson (upper body) was a full participant at Friday's practice. Anderson was evidently sidelined due to a spider bite that caused one of his hands to swell up. The 28-year-old winger will likely be in the lineup for Saturday's preseason game versus the Senators.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Resumes skating

    Anderson (upper body) skated with his teammates in a non-contact jersey Thursday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. This is an encouraging development for Anderson, who has yet to appear in a preseason contest due to an upper-body injury. Check back for another update on the 28-year-old winger, who collected 19 goals and 32 points through 69 games last campaign, once he's cleared for contact.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Yet to begin skating

    Anderson (upper body) has not been seen skating yet, indicating a more serious injury than his day-to-day classification would indicate, per Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca on Tuesday. The fact that Anderson hasn't been seen on the ice doesn't bode well for him being available for the upcoming preseason matchups with Toronto and Winnipeg on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively. Until the Habs provide more clarity, fantasy players will have to take his day-to-day tag at face value but may want to prepare for the 28-year-old winger to be unavailable for Opening Night.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Dealing with injury

    Anderson (upper body) is day-to-day to begin training camp, Jon Still of TSN 690 reports. Anderson is dealing with an injury, though the severity is unknown. It's unclear if he'll be able to practice in the coming days or if he'll have to miss some preseason action, which makes his status for Opening Night cloudy as well.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Reaches 30 points

    Anderson had an assist and one hit in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Rangers. Anderson had a hand in the first of two goals by defenseman Jeff Petry, and the assist was his 30th point in 68 games. Since a hat trick March 1, the 27-year-old forward has just six points in 25 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Posts PPG

    Anderson scored a power-play goal on three shots to go along with five hits and four PIM in Sunday's 5-3 loss to Boston. Anderson snapped a six-game goal drought early in the second period. Hanging around the slot area, Anderson was well placed to take advantage of a Jeff Petry shot that caromed off Brendan Gallagher. It was Anderson's 19th marker of the season and second on the power play.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Nets 100th career goal

    Anderson scored a goal on two shots, levied four hits and blocked two shots in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Jets. Anderson's 100th career goal came in unconventional fashion, as a Jeff Petry shot redirected in off the winger's knee. They all count the same, though it took parts of eight seasons for Anderson to reach the three-digit milestone. The 27-year-old has been effective in a middle-six role this season with 28 points, 130 shots on net, 130 hits, 55 PIM and a minus-22 rating through 60 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Scores in comeback win

    Anderson scored a goal on two shots in Saturday's 5-4 shootout win over the Lightning. He added one hit and one blocked shot over 14:20 of ice time. Anderson was set free on a pass from Mike Hoffman, and he beat Brian Elliott five-hole. He completed the first of two Montreal comebacks in the game. It was the second goal in the last four games for Anderson, who was recently dropped from the first line to the second amid a nine-game goal drought during which he had just one assist.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Finds twine in shootout loss

    Anderson scored a goal on four shots, levied three hits, blocked two shots and added two PIM in Sunday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Devils. Anderson started the Canadiens' comeback in the second period with his first goal in 10 games since his March 1 hat trick. The 27-year-old winger had just one assist in that span and missed two contests with a lower-body injury. For the season, he's at 16 tallies, 26 points, 119 shots, 116 hits, 55 PIM and a minus-21 rating in 53 outings. Anderson is still seeing top-line time even though his offense has been missing in action.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Back in action

    Anderson (lower body) is in Saturday's lineup against Ottawa, John Lu of TSN.ca reports. Anderson missed the last two games with a lower-body injury but he'll be back in a top-line role Saturday. The 27-year-old has 24 points through 48 games this season. He's on a five-game scoring drought since pocketing a hat trick March 1.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Out Thursday, remains day-to-day

    Anderson (lower body) will not play Thursday against visiting Dallas. Anderson will miss his second contest with the injury and remain day-to-day heading into the team's next game Saturday against Ottawa. Aside from a hat trick in Winnipeg on March 1, the 27-year-old was otherwise held off the scoresheet in his last eight games.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Out Tuesday

    Anderson (lower body) will not be in Tuesday's lineup against Arizona. Anderson may have picked up the injury Sunday against the Flyers but it's unclear how severe it is at this stage. He has 15 goals and 24 points through 48 games on the year. An update on his status should be available before Thursday's tilt with Dallas.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Pots three in loss

    Anderson scored three goals, including one on the power play, on four shots in Tuesday's 8-4 loss to the Jets. He added one hit and four PIM over 19:32 of ice time. Anderson's first NHL hat trick helped the Canadiens overcome a 4-0 deficit, but Winnipeg kept coming and snapped Montreal's five-game win streak. The winger has found his scoring touch of late, posting six goals on 11 shots over the last five contests. He's skating on the Habs' top line, which also features Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield, which have been hot under interim head coach Martin St. Louis. Anderson leads the team with 15 goals, and Tuesday's power-play tally was his first of the season.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Returns to lineup

    Anderson had one hit over 19:23 of ice time in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Senators. Anderson left the Canadiens' previous game Wednesday during the second period after a puck caught him in the face. He was ready to skate Saturday while sporting a shiner and skated on the top line with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Ready to rock

    Anderson (face) will play Saturday versus the Senators. Anderson took a shot to the face during Wednesday's win over the Sabres, but he's evidently going to tough it out and suit up against Ottawa on Saturday. The 27-year-old winger has picked up 12 goals and 21 points while posting an ugly minus-18 rating through 41 games this campaign.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Takes shot to face

    Anderson (face) won't return to Wednesday's game versus the Sabres. Anderson was hit in the face late in the second period on a Casey Mittelstadt shot. He logged two blocked shots, a hit and a plus-1 rating in 10:13 of ice time before his exit. Anderson has clicked on the top line with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield lately, so the Canadiens will have to hope he's ready to go by Saturday's game versus the Senators.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Pots 10th goal of season

    Anderson scored his 10th goal of the season and added two shots, two hits, two PIM and a blocked shot in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Islanders. Taking a cross-ice pass from Nick Suzuki late in the second period, Anderson ripped the puck over Ilya Sorokin from a sharp angle to give Montreal a 2-1 lead. Anderson has struggled to build any momentum this season and has managed only three goals and five points over the last 13 games, but he has the skill -- and at the moment, the linemates -- to heat up at any time.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Moves to top line

    Anderson had four shots on net, one hit and a minor penalty in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blues. In Montreal's first game since trading Tyler Toffoli, it was Anderson who slipped into the Toffoli's spot on the top line with Cole Caufield and Ryan Suzuki. Anderson hasn't scored in six games, but the Canadiens have shown more jump under interim coach Martin St. Louis. That, plus lining up with the suddenly hot Caufield (four goals in four games) and the team's point leader in Suzuki (28 points), puts Anderson in position for a scoring lift.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Leads team in goals

    Anderson scored a goal on five shots and had one hit in Saturday's 7-2 loss to Edmonton. Anderson jostled for position in front of the net and batted home a rebound of a Ben Chiarot shot to put Montreal on the board in the second period. It was the ninth goal of the season for Anderson, who takes over the team lead in tallies. Anderson has three points in seven games since returning from an 11-game absence due to an upper-body injury.
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  • Canadiens' Josh Anderson: Hits scoresheet in loss

    Anderson had one assist, two hits and two blocked shots in Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Ducks. Anderson was part of the forecheck that kept the puck in the Anaheim end before Rem Pitlick set up Jake Evans for Montreal's first goal. It was his second point in six games since returning from an upper-body injury. The 27-year-old forward has eight goals, seven assists, 72 shots, 80 hits, 37 PIM and is minus-13 over 31 games.
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