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Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
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Shots On Goal
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Jan 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 28, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 26, 2023 0 0 1 0 1
Jan 24, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 21, 2023 0 0 -1 0 -1

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Time On Ice
2022 33.533.5 1 10 11 -6 18:25
2021 1010 1 1 3 16:16
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Contributes power-play helper

    Harris had a power-play assist, three hits and one blocked shot over 17:43 of ice time in Friday's 4-2 loss to Dallas. With less than five seconds remaining on Montreal's man advantage, Harris and Michael Pezzetta helped on Jake Evans' goal. It was the first power-play point of the season for all three. The Canadiens entered the contest 1-for-30 on the power play over the previous nine contests. It was just the eighth time in 30 games with power-play TOI for Harris, who averages just four seconds per game on that special teams unit.
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Logs assist in loss

    Harris had an assist and two hits over 18:05 of ice time in Thursday's 5-2 loss to Anaheim. Harris and Johnny Kovacevic teamed up on Cole Caufield's second goal on the game early in the third period. It was the fifth assist in the last six games for Harris, who had been in and out of the lineup as a healthy scratch prior to David Savard (upper body) and Mike Matheson (lower body) going down with injuries. The 22-year-old blueliner is up to 10 points through 26 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Picks up assist in win

    Harris had an assist, two shots on goal, three hits and three blocked shots over 19:11 of ice time in Monday's 2-1 shootout win over the Flames. Harris intercepted a pass in the neutral zone and carried the play into the Calgary end before Juraj Slafkovsky set up Josh Anderson for the Canadiens' lone non-shootout tally. It was the fourth assist in the last four games for Harris, who is benefiting from injuries to Mike Matheson (undisclosed) and David Savard (upper body).
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Sets up Caufield

    Harris had an assist, one shot on goal, three hits and one blocked shot over 16:14 of ice time in Saturday's 4-2 loss to Los Angeles. Harris fed Cole Caufield in the neutral zone then watched the forward take it the rest of the way for Montreal's second goal. The defenseman has three assists over the last three games, giving Harris eight points over 23 contests. He was a healthy scratch for four games after Mike Matheson (undisclosed) joined the active roster a couple weeks ago, but Harris is needed with both Matheson and David Savard (upper body) nursing injuries.
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Dishes pair of assists

    Harris recorded two assists in Monday's 7-6 overtime loss to the Canucks. Harris set up goals by Cole Caufield and Michael Pezzetta in the first period. This was Harris' fourth appearance in Montreal's last eight games -- the team is carrying eight defensemen, with many of the younger players rotating in and out of the lineup. With David Savard (upper body) hurt, that could allow Harris a more stable role in the short term. Harris has a goal, six assists, 28 shots on net, 35 blocked shots, 10 PIM and an even plus-minus rating through 21 outings.
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Scores first goal of 2022-23

    Harris found the back of the net in the Canadiens' 6-4 loss to Columbus on Thursday. It was Harris' first goal and fifth point in 17 games in 2022-23. He averaged 20:47 of ice time over his first 12 contests this season, but that dipped to an average of 16:57 in his four games prior to Thursday's action. His role continued to decline Thursday with him logging 16:44 and none of that was on the power play. The 22-year-old defenseman might fit into the Canadiens long-term plans, but not too much should be expected of him for now.
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Active at both ends

    Harris had four shots on net, two hits and three blocked shots in Friday's 3-0 loss to the Red Wings. Harris, who played the 12th game of his NHL career, is one of several young defensemen playing significant roles on Montreal's blue line due to injuries to Joel Edmundson (lower body) and Mike Matheson (abdomen). He had an assist in Wednesday's season-opening win over Toronto and is second on the team with eight shots, behind only Cole Caufield (nine). Harris has averaged 20:35 TOI while skating on the second pair with Johnny Kovacevic.
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Nets first NHL goal

    Harris scored a goal in Friday's 10-2 win over the Panthers. It was his first NHL goal. Harris has played in 10 games since turning pro after his senior season at Northeastern (NCAA) and has already looked comfortable defensively in the NHL, at least for a 21-year-old.
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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Returns to lineup

    Harris had two hits and one blocked shot in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Jets. Harris, who was a healthy scratch last Thursday, has appeared in the two games since. He showed off some deft moves during the game, such as eluding a defender by passing to himself off the boards, a move not typically associated with someone that's played just four NHL games. The rookie defenseman, who signed with Montreal after finishing his career at Northeastern University in Boston (Mass.), has four shots on goal, seven hits, six blocked shots, two penalty minutes and an even plus/minus rating while averaging 16:05 TOI.
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