Petry contributed an assist in Tuesday's 6-1 win over Florida.
Petry picked up a secondary assist on Tomas Tatar's first of two goals and also led all Canadiens skaters with 23:10 of ice time in the win. Since Feb. 23, he's found the scoresheet just three times, so Montreal certainly needs Petry to ramp up his offensive game from here on out. The assist Tuesday gives him 43 points in 77 appearances.
Petry scored a power-play goal and added an assist in a 6-3 loss to the Maple Leafs on Saturday.
With the two points, Petry snapped his five-game pointless streak. Despite the drought, though, Petry has three goals and 11 points in the last 19 games. Overall, he's very close to career highs in each scoring category with 11 goals and 40 points in 62 games.
Petry had an assist, one shot, one blocked shot and three hits in Wednesday's 2-1 win over Arizona.
Petry moved in from the point to corral a loose puck, circled the net, then found a wide-open Mike Reilly, who scored the game-winning goal early in the third period. It was the 35th point for Petry, who is well within striking distance of eclipsing the career-high 42 points he had last season.
Petry scored an overtime goal and added an assist in Monday's win over the Bruins.
Petry fired a shot in the first period that was clearly going wide of the net, but Brendan Gallagher redirected the puck back on target and past Tuukka Rask for the Habs first goal. Petry then played hero in overtime, swatting the puck out of midair and into the back of the net for the team's third win in the last four games. Petry is a true utility man, as he leads the team with 127 hits and ranks second with 70 blocked shots while marking the most points on the blue line (33).
Petry recorded a power-play assist in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Blues.
The Habs' second-best blueliner behind Shea Weber has recorded assists in consecutive contests, and for the season, now has 22 helpers to go along with nine goals. Petry, through 45 games, is averaging 0.69 points per game which is the highest mark of his career. If he continues on this pace, the 31-year-old will wind up finishing 2018-19 with career highs across the board.
Petry scored a goal, blocked three shots and had one hit over 21:27 of ice time in Tuesday's 3-2 win over Detroit.
Petry played a normal allotment of minutes Tuesday, as Shea Weber was able to play despite getting injured Monday. He was the goat Monday when his turnover led to the lone goal in a 1-0 loss to the Wild, but Petry erased that memory by scoring the game-winner early in the third period. It was his ninth goal in 44 games, putting him within striking distance of the career-high 12 he scored in 82 games last season.
Petry had six shots and four hits over a team-high 27:08 of ice time in Monday's 1-0 loss to the Wild.
Petry moved up the blue-line pecking order during the first period when Shea Weber left the game after getting hit in the face by a puck. He hadn't seen this level of TOI since Nov. 24, a time when Weber was still rehabbing from knee surgery. Weber was on the team's charter to Detroit, so he could suit up for Tuesday's meeting with the Red Wings. If he's not ready to go, Petry -- even though he had a major gaffe that hung goaltender Carey Price out to dry in Monday's loss -- will once again move up to the top pair while Karl Alzner replaces Weber in the lineup.
Petry provided the game-winning goal in overtime Monday in a 3-2 win over Dallas.
Petry's overtime dagger served as a complement to three hits and three blocked shots through 21:30 of ice time. He's enjoyed plenty of success in the attacking zone this season, with the 6-foot-3, 208-pound defenseman on pace for 16 goals and 43 assists through 82 games. At this rate, he'll blow away his previous career highs in the aforementioned categories.
Petry had the primary assist on a power-play goal in Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the Avalanche. He also contributed one shot, one blocked shot and four hits over 23:45 of ice time.
Petry has continued to put up points since being dropped to the second pair, having registered five goals and four assists over the last nine games. He remains a cog on the power play, but with just one of those nine points coming in that special teams situation, Petry has been an even-strength offensive force.
Petry scored two goals in Thursday's 6-4 win over the Hurricanes.
Petry's second goal came with Carolina's net empty and clinched the victory for the Canadiens, who have won four of their last five games. The veteran blueliner has produced consistent offense even with the return of the team's captain and defensive workhorse, Shea Weber. In addition his two markers, the 31-year-old Petry also led Montreal with seven shots on goal.
Petry scored his team's only goal in Tuesday's 7-1 loss to the Wild.
Early in the third, with his team trailing 6-0, Petry took a pass from Michael Chaput and beat Devan Dubnyk with a slap shot to break the goalie's shutout bid. Apart from that, it was a forgettable night for the Canadiens, but individually it's been an impressive season for the 31-year-old blueliner, who's now up to five goals and 22 points in 31 games. Including Tuesday's effort, Petry has three goals and five points over his last five games.
Petry scored a goal and assisted on another in Thursday's 5-2 win over Ottawa.
Petry fired a season-high six shots on goal Thursday. One of them wound up tickling twine, and the shots on goal alone are a sign that Petry is heavily involved offensively every time he's on the ice. He picked up his second point in the third period, assisting on Brendan Gallagher's insurance marker. While it may not seem like it, the 30-year-old blueliner is racking up points at a career-high rate in 2018-19, and he could be a solid sell-high candidate as the season moves forward.
Petry scored his third goal of the season in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Sharks.
With Sunday's snipe, Petry ended his five-game pointless streak, bringing him up to three goals and 18 points in 27 games. With Shea Weber back healthy, Petry will see his ice time scaled back and also will need to accept fewer opportunities with the man advantage, though the 30-year-old led Montreal with 2:15 of PP time in this one. Nonetheless, Weber's return to game action has undeniable consequences for Petry's fantasy value in that he's no longer Montreal's thoroughbred on the back end.
Petry had five shots, three hits and one blocked shot in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to Carolina. He logged 22:53 of ice time, two minutes less than his season average of 24:52.
Petry was dropped to the second pair because Montreal's top blueliner, Shea Weber, made his season debut following a lengthy rehab of a knee injury. He had been filling in for Weber on the top pair and first-unit power play while playing Weber-like minutes. The 30-year-old defenseman was also dropped to the second-unit power play, so there's a reasonable expectation for a reduction in scoring opportunities going forward. Last season, when Weber missed 26 games, Petry set a new career benchmark with 42 points and was on pace to break that this season.
Petry scored on the power play and fashioned a 5-on-5 assist in Monday's 5-4 overtime home loss to the Capitals.
Petry's only been held off the scoresheet in nine of 21 games, which is remarkable for a defenseman. Of course, he's no slouch in the Montreal zone, either, managing four hits and three blocked shots in Monday's tough-luck loss. Petry has a safe floor in fantasy games, especially since he's averaging a career high in ice time at a 24:50 clip.
Petry had an assist, four shots on net, five hits and a blocked shot in a game-high 27:49 of ice time in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Canucks.
Petry's stretch pass to Tomas Tatar, who got behind the Vancouver defense, set up Montreal's first goal. The assist was Petry's 14th and his 15th point, ranking him tied for eighth in scoring among defensemen. He continues to get a significant amount of ice time, which can help support scoring, but with Shea Weber nearing a return -- he's skating again and could beat a mid-December timetable -- Petry's ice time will take a hit.
Petry registered a pair of assists Tuesday in a 5-3 loss to the Rangers.
In addition to the two helpers, Petry logged a game-high 28:16 of ice time Tuesday but wound up posting a minus-3 rating in the process. As Shea Weber (foot) works his way back to full health, Petry continues to receive a heavy workload on Montreal's blue line, averaging 24:18 of ice time through 15 games. He'll enjoy a day off Wednesday before Montreal battles Buffalo on Thursday.
Petry recorded an assist Thursday but the Sabres prevailed 4-3.
Petry now has four points in his last three games and continues to admirably fill the void left by Shea Weber (foot). The Michigan native is averaging 23:32 of ice time through nine games, which leads all Montreal skaters.
Petry had a goal and an assist, both on the power play, along with three shots, two blocked shots, two minor penalties and two hits in Tuesday's 3-2 win over Calgary.
Petry finished at minus-2 but played better than that stat indicates and earned the game's third star. His second-period power-play goal ignited Montreal's offense, which had been stymied by Flames goalie David Rittich, who was coming off a 44-save effort in a win over the Rangers. The Canadiens peppered him with 40 shots Tuesday and enjoyed a 26-11 edge before Petry netted his first goal of the season. Less than two minutes later, he assisted on Brendan Gallagher's power-play strike. It was the third multi-point night in eight games for Petry.
Petry logged two assists, one on the power play, along with one shot and two hits over 25:33 of ice time in Saturday's shootout win over the Penguins.
Petry has four points this season, all assists, coming in the two games in which Montreal has triumphed over Pittsburgh. Through four games, Petry is averaging a point per game, 23:01 of ice time and a career-high 4:45 on the power play while remaining on the positive side of plus/minus (plus-1). He did a credible job of replacing Shea Weber's production last season and has continued in that same vein to open the 2018-19 season.
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