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Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
Time On Ice
2023 37.7512.6 3 4 7 1 15:52
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  • Canadiens' Jayden Struble: Unavailable Saturday

    Struble (lower body) won't play Saturday against New Jersey, according to Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports. Struble will miss at least one game after being injured in Thursday's 4-1 loss to Pittsburgh. He has registered seven points, 39 PIM and 73 hits in 39 games this season. Johnny Kovacevic will replace Struble in the lineup versus the Devils.
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  • Canadiens' Jayden Struble: Hurt in Thursday's game

    Struble (lower body) was injured in the third period of Thursday's game versus the Penguins, Dan Kingerski of Pittsburgh Hockey Now reports. Struble needed assistance getting to the locker room. There were no additional details available regarding Struble's injury after the game. If he can't play Saturday versus the Devils, Johnny Kovacevic will likely enter the lineup.
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  • Canadiens' Jayden Struble: Posts assist in win

    Struble logged an assist, one shot on net, one block, two hits and 12 penalty minutes over 17:28 of ice time in Tuesday's 5-0 win over the Ducks. Struble's pass off the boards generated a two-on-one break with Juraj Slafkovsky feeding Nick Suzuki for Montreal's second goal. The helper was the second assist in as many games for Struble, who has shown an offensive sense at times during his first taste of hockey at the NHL level.
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  • Canadiens' Jayden Struble: Logs first point of new year

    Struble had an assist, one shot on net, one block, two hits and 12 PIM in Sunday's 7-2 loss to St. Louis. Struble had the secondary helper on Joel Armia's third-period tally. It was the first point since Dec. 28 -- a span of 17 games -- for Struble, who has two goals and three assists in 34 contests. The assist probably didn't offset the defenseman's mistakes earlier in the game. Alexei Toropchenko deked around him 25 seconds into the game for St. Louis' first goal; later in the period, the defenseman was assessed a hooking penalty, on which the Blues needed just six seconds to capitalize when Jordan Kyrou scored the first of three St. Louis power-play goals and made it a 3-1 game.
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  • Canadiens' Jayden Struble: Logs assist in loss

    Struble had an assist, two shots on net, five blocked shots, two hits and two penalty minutes over 16:38 of ice time in Thursday's 5-3 loss to Carolina. Struble sent a puck toward the net that eventually found its way onto the stick of Mitchell Stephens, who potted the Canadiens' first goal. The assist gives Struble four points through 16 games. It's notable that Struble remained on the active roster while Johnny Kovacevic was a healthy scratch and Jordan Harris returned from a lower-body injury. Struble and Harris, reunited after their days together at Northeastern University, made up one of Montreal's defensive pairings versus the Hurricanes.
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  • Canadiens' Jayden Struble: Strikes again

    Struble scored a goal on three shots in Wednesday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Penguins. He added one blocked shot and three hits over 13:58 of ice time. Struble showed off his offense for the second time in three games. He started the sequence behind the Montreal net, skated through center ice, made a nice zone-entry pass, then went directly to the net where he cleaned up a loose puck for the Canadiens' second goal. The rookie blueliner now has three points over his first 11 NHL games and is flashing offensive instincts that may help him stay at the NHL level.
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  • Canadiens' Jayden Struble: First NHL goal

    Struble scored his first NHL goal Saturday in a 3-2 shootout win over the Sabres. Struble drove the net on a 4-on-4 rush and redirected Johnny Kovacevic's slap-pass past Devon Levi at 12:59 of the second period. Struble is an electric skater, and he loves to use his body. And he has a great shot. It seems like it will be hard to send him back to Laval with strong play like we've seen in his nine games.
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