Petry posted a power-play assist, four shots on goal and a plus-3 rating in Thursday's 7-3 win over the Canucks.
Petry kept his point streak alive late with the primary helper on Ben Chiarot's third-period marker. That gives Petry four goals and three helpers in five games, a spectacular start to the season for the 33-year-old blueliner. He's added a plus-6 rating, 13 shots on net and eight blocked shots to round out his play.
Petry notched an assist, two hits and a pair of blocked shots in Wednesday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Canucks.
With four goals and two assists through four contests, Petry is one of 10 players at six points so far this season. The 33-year-old defenseman leads all NHL blueliners in points, although he's far from a lock to keep up this pace much longer. Petry also has 10 shots on net, eight blocked shots, seven hits and a plus-3 rating in 2020-21 -- even when his scoring cools off, his non-scoring production could help him maintain a high floor for fantasy value.
Petry posted a shorthanded assist in Monday's 3-1 win over the Oilers.
Petry has been a frequent name on the scoresheet with five points through the Canadiens' first three contests. The veteran defenseman has gotten it done in all situations, with two power-play points and now one while shorthanded. In non-scoring numbers, he has eight shots on net, six blocked shots and five hits. While this level of production is unsustainable, Petry's posted at least 40 points in each of the last three seasons and should reach the 30-point mark in a shortened 2020-21 campaign.
Petry scored twice in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Oilers.
The first came on the power play; the second came on a long shot from the blue line that hit an Oilers defender and bounced into the net. Petry has a remarkable four points (two goals, two assists) in his first two games. If he does this for a couple more games, you should find a way to trade him to another manager -- Petry has had three straight seasons of at least 40 points, but this is unsustainable.
Petry picked up two assists, one on the power play, in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Maple Leafs.
Both helpers came in the first period as Montreal grabbed a 2-1 lead, but Petry and the rest of the team's blue line wasn't able to contain Toronto's high-flying offense over the final 40 minutes. The veteran defenseman has recorded double-digit goals and 40-plus points in three straight seasons, and he's off to a good start to extend his streak to four at least in the latter category.
Petry agreed to terms on a four-year, $25 million contract extension with Montreal on Friday.
Petry ended the season bogged down in a seven-game pointless streak as the Habs were bounced from the playoffs. The 31-year-old blueliner is coming off his third straight 40-point campaign, and he also reached the 10-goal mark while logging over 23 minutes of ice time per night. This deal will keep Petry under contract through the 2024-25 season.
Petry scored a goal on three shots in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Penguins in Game 3.
Petry has become Mr. Clutch for the Canadiens in the playoffs -- he's tallied the winner in Games 1 and 3 while adding an assist in a Game 2 loss. The 32-year-old defenseman should continue to see top-four usage given his recent success on the scoresheet.
Petry notched an assist, four hits and two blocked shots in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Penguins in Game 2.
Petry picked up his second point in as many games with a helper on Jesperi Kotkaniemi's third-period tally. The 32-year-old Petry has added 10 hits and three blocks through two games in the series. With his third consecutive 40-point campaign under his belt, the blueliner produces a strong mix of offense and physical play.
Petry scored a goal in overtime to secure Saturday's 3-2 win over Pittsburgh.
It was the only shot of the game for Petry despite him logging 30:56 of ice time, including 1:57 with the man advantage. The blueliner did dish out a team-high six hits and should continue to dole out punishment in Monday's Game 2.
Petry has 11 goals, 29 assists and 12 power-play points over 71 games in 2019-20.
Petry increased his offensive production over the last three seasons, hitting the 40-point mark in each one. His contributions have been useful, particularly as injuries hit No. 1 defenseman Shea Weber over the previous two seasons and the team struggled to score goals. Petry has done this while maintaining defensive responsibility, leading Montreal with 177 hits this season. Including the partial season stats from 2019-20, Petry's averaged 178 hits and 113 blocked shots over the last three seasons. He has one year remaining on his deal before becoming an unrestricted free agent following the 2020-21 season.
Petry scored a goal and had three hits in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Islanders.
Petry scored for the second straight game, running a point streak to three games. The mini-run of scoring puts him at 40 points, the third consecutive campaign he's hit the 40-point mark. He needs seven points over the final 14 games to establish a new career best in scoring.
Petry logged the game-winning goal on his lone shot of the night in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over Carolina. He added four hits and four blocked shots over a team-high 25:35 of ice time.
Montreal opened a 3-0 lead midway through the second period but watched the lead evaporate. It was the fourth straight home game in which the Canadiens had blown a multi-goal lead. Petry came to the rescue 52 seconds into the extra stanza and earned the number one star because of it. It was the second-pair stalwart's 10th goal, giving him three straight seasons of double-digit goals.
Petry had an assist, one shot, one blocked shot and a minor penalty in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Rangers.
Petry picked up the primary assist on Max Domi's first-period goal. It was just the third point in the last 10 games for Petry, whose 38 points leaves him two shy of a third consecutive 40-point season.
Petry posted a goal on four shots in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Red Wings.
Petry is on track for a career year at 32 years old, as he's stacked up nine goals and 36 points -- 10 shy of a personal best -- through 62 games. A large part of his success is how well he's performed on the power play with 12 points, but he hasn't lost his physicality, as he leads the team with 153 hits.
Petry had two points, including the game-winning goal, in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win against Anaheim.
With Shea Weber on injured reserve with a lower-body injury, Petry stepped up in a big way and scored the decisive goal Thursday night, his eighth goal of 2019-20. It was his second game-winning goal of the season. As long as Weber remains out of the lineup, Petry is going to see a ton of ice time and is more than capable of filling the box score on a nightly basis.
Petry notched four assists, including one on the power play, in Saturday's 4-0 win over the Panthers.
The blueliner was all over the scoresheet, adding four hits, two shots and a plus-3 rating to his ledger. It was Petry's first multi-point effort since Dec. 29, and on the season he now has 33 points (seven goals, 26 helpers) through 53 games.
Petry scored his seventh goal of the season during Monday's 4-2 loss to Washington.
The defenseman hadn't scored in his previous nine games before opening the scoring less than two minutes into Monday night's affair. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough. Petry has been a steady presence on Montreal's blue line this season, now with 29 points, and could be somebody who gets moved prior to the trade deadline. Regardless of what jersey he has on, Petry is a solid fantasy option on the back end.
Petry registered an assist, two shots on goal and two blocked shots in Monday's 2-0 win over the Flames.
Petry found Jordan Weal for the opening tally in the first period. The 32-year-old blueliner has assists in three straight outings. Petry is up to 28 points, 112 shots, 120 hits and 54 blocked shots in 47 games this season. He's topped 40 points in each of the last two campaigns and remains on track to make in three in a row in 2019-20.
Petry had a power-play assist, three shots, two hits and two blocked shots in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over Ottawa.
Petry was the primary helper on Nick Suzuki's first-period goal, giving him nine power-play points for the season, which ranks third on the team. It was the second straight game with a point for the defenseman, who has recorded 11 points over the last 11 games and stands at 27 points through 46 games.
Petry had one assist, three shots, two hits, one blocked shot and a minor penalty in Thursday's 4-2 loss to Edmonton.
Petry logged his 20th assist and 26th point in the loss. He brings up the rear among Montreal's defensemen at minus-9 over 45 games, but his offensive potential is too valuable for him to experience any drop in ice time. Petry's averaging 23:25 of playing time, the second-highest total in his career.
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|01/21||@ VAN||W 7-3||0||1||1||+3||22:18|
|01/20||@ VAN||L 5-6 (SO)||0||1||1||+1||23:21|
|01/18||@ EDM||W 3-1||0||1||1||0||21:36|
|01/16||@ EDM||W 5-1||2||0||2||+3||21:52|
|01/13||@ TOR||L 4-5 (OT)||0||2||2||0||23:43|
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