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Jan 15, 2023 0 1 0 2
Jan 14, 2023 0 0 0 1
Jan 12, 2023 0 0 0 2
Jan 9, 2023 0 0 -1 1
Jan 7, 2023 2 0 1 2

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2022 144.7 3 4 7 -7 15:02
2021 25.54.3 6 8 14 -15 13:43
2020 50.57.2 7 7 14 10 14:40
3y Avg. 60.256 10 10 19 0 15:15
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Timeline clarified

    Armia (upper body) will be sidelined until the All-Star break. Armia will be on the shelf until Feb. 11 against the Islanders at a minimum. The 29-year-old winger has tallied only seven points through 32 contests this season, so his absence will likely go unnoticed in most fantasy circles.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Placed on injured reserve

    Armia was designated for injured reserve Tuesday due to an upper-body injury. Armia was currently stuck in a four-game goal drought during which he recorded just six shots and one assist. With the veteran winger on the shelf, several candidates could be in line to step into his first-line role, including Mike Hoffman, Josh Anderson or Evgenii Dadonov. Even once cleared to play, Armia's hold on a top-line spot should be considered tenuous at best, as he has played throughout the lineup from the first to the fourth line all season.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Joins top line

    Armia had an assist, two shots on goal, two hits, one blocked shot and two penalty minutes over a season-high 18:25 of ice time in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Rangers. Jake Evans' lower-body injury, sustained in Saturday's loss to the Islanders, prompted line changes. Kirby Dach dropped to second-line center while Armia logged TOI with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield on the top line. The trio combined for Caufield's game-winning tally midway through the third period. The 29-year-old forward has just seven points over 32 games, but four have come in the last six contests.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Three goals in last two games

    Armia scored two goals Saturday in a 5-4 win over the Blues. His first came early in the second period when he circled back in the left corner and wired a wrister from the bottom of the face-off circle. He then scored stick side from the left side in the third to knot the game 4-4. Armia, who was a healthy scratch Tuesday, has put in three goals in two games since his return. He had failed to score in his first 26 contests this season.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Pots first goal

    Armia scored a goal on three shots in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Rangers. He added two hits and two penalty minutes over 15:30 of ice time. Armia scored his first goal of the season -- in his 27th game -- batting home a deflected puck to beat former Canadien Jaroslav Halak. He had been a healthy scratch in the previous game, but a Brendan Gallagher lower-body injury opened an opportunity for the struggling Armia.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Scratched Tuesday

    Armia was a healthy scratch for Tuesday's game in Nashville, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. Armia has yet to score in 26 games, and head coach Martin St. Louis has had enough. Prior to Montreal losing its sixth straight Tuesday, St. Louis said patience has an expiration date, which apparently included patience with the 29-year-old forward. The coach used Armia as a top-six forward at times during the Canadiens' now-completed seven-game road trip, but the move did not unlock his scoring touch.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Remains on top line

    Armia had one shot on goal, one hit and one blocked shot over 13:46 of ice time in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Lightning. For a second straight game, Armia skated on the top line and didn't have much to show for it. He joined Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield, Montreal's best offensive producers, in an effort to unlock the struggling winger. Armia has just three points (all assists) over 24 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Logs TOI on first line

    Armia was deployed on the first line in Friday's 4-2 loss to Dallas. He had one shot on goal, two hits and one blocked shot over 13:37 of ice time. Coach Martin St. Louis juggled the lines and put struggling wingers Armia and Jonathan Drouin on a line with top center Nick Suzuki. The trio did not contribute on either of the Canadiens' goals, and Armia remains stuck at three points over 23 games.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Lends hand in loss

    Armia had an assist over 11:16 of ice time in Wednesday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Avalanche. Armia and Jake Evans dug the puck out of the Montreal zone, leading to Anthony Richard's first NHL goal less than two minutes into the first period. It was Armia's first point in eight games and just his third overall in 22 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Plucks apple Monday

    Armia notched an assist, two hits, two shots on goal and two PIM in Monday's 7-6 overtime loss to the Canucks. Armia had no points in his first 12 outings of the season, but he's now logged assists in consecutive games. He helped out on a Christian Dvorak tally in the third period Monday. Armia typically adds a little offense with a physical playing style -- he had 14 points and 104 hits in 60 games last year. He often struggles to stay healthy. With two assists, 29 shots on net, six hits, nine blocked shots and a minus-4 rating in 14 outings this season, there are more productive depth wingers available on most waiver wires.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Logs first point

    Armia had an assist, three shots on goal, one hit and one blocked shot over 13:47 of ice time in Saturday's 5-3 loss to Edmonton. An Armia shot produced a rebound that Evgenii Dadonov sent past Stuart Skinner to bring Montreal within a goal at 3-2. It was the first point in 13 games for the 29-year-old forward.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Good to go

    Armia (upper body) will return to the lineup Tuesday against Buffalo. Armia is slated to play alongside Michael Pezzetta and Jake Evans on the fourth line after missing the past three games. He is still looking for his first point of the 2022-23 season. Armia has been credited with 13 shots on goal, three blocks and two hits in seven appearances this year.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Could return in 7-10 days

    Armia (upper body) could be available to play in 7-10 days, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Armia took to the ice Monday in a non-contact jersey with his teammates. He hasn't played since Nov. 12.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: No update

    There was no update on the status of Armia (upper body) following Saturday's morning skate, Eric Engels of Sportsnet reports. It remains unclear when Armia will be available to return. He is expected to miss a third consecutive contest Saturday against Philadelphia. Armia has been credited with 13 shots on goal, three blocks and two hits in seven appearances this season.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Won't travel for road game

    Armia (upper body) won't make the trip to Columbus for Thursday's game against the Blue Jackets. Armia will remain in Montreal to continue his rehabilitation. The 29-year-old winger has yet to pick up a point through seven games this campaign, so his absence will undoubtedly go unnoticed in most fantasy circles.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Will miss Tuesday's game

    Armia won't play Tuesday versus the Devils due to an upper-body injury. Armia has no points in seven games this season while averaging 14:39 of ice time. His absence might present an opportunity for Michael Pezzetta to play Tuesday.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Slated to debut Saturday

    Armia (upper body) is expected to make his season debut Saturday against St. Louis, RDS.ca reports. Armia sat out the first eight games of the 2022-23 season. He is not listed on injured reserve, per the NHL media site. Armia had six goals, eight assists, 103 shots on net and 104 hits in 60 games last year.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Joining road trip

    Armia (upper body) will travel with the club for its upcoming four-game road trip, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports Tuesday. Armia is far from guaranteed to get into a game during the trip but it's certainly a step in the right direction. In order to clear space for Armia under the 23-man roster limit, the Habs would need to make a corresponding move, which could see Michael Pezzetta or Juraj Slafkovsky (upper body) sent down to the minors. Whenever Armia does return to action, he should be in the mix for power-play minutes even if he doesn't get a top-six role.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: Wears non-contact jersey

    Armia (upper body) wore a non-contact jersey at Monday's practice, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. Armia missed the first six games of the season and is headed for more, but that he's practicing with the team is hopeful sign. The Canadiens had given him a one-to-two week timeline for return two weeks ago.
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  • Canadiens' Joel Armia: No timetable for return

    Armia (upper body) has skated on his own for the last five days. On Oct. 10, Montreal projected Armia would need 1-2 weeks to recover, but the Canadiens no longer have a timetable for his return. He had six goals and 14 points in 60 games last season. He's expected to serve in a bottom-six role once he's healthy.
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