Suzuki had an assist and one shot on goal in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.
Suzuki was the primary feeder on the first of Corey Perry's two goals and extended his point streak to three games. It gave him four assists during the scoring run. The Canadiens' lines were reconfigured in the wake of Brendan Gallagher's thumb injury, which landed him on long term injured reserve. Suzuki centered what should be considered Montreal's top unit, skating between Perry (18:18 TOI) and Josh Anderson (17:04).
Suzuki collected a pair of assists to go with five hits and two shots in Saturday's 6-3 loss to Ottawa.
Suzuki enjoyed his first multi-point night since early February, garnering assists on goals by Tyler Toffoli (PP) and Josh Anderson. The 21-year-old Suzuki has seven goals and 22 points in 34 games as a sophomore.
Suzuki was promoted to the active roster Sunday, CapFriendly reports.
Suzuki will be in the lineup Tuesday against the Oilers. He's scored 20 points in 31 games this season.
Suzuki was assigned to the taxi squad Saturday, per CapFriendly.
This is simply a paper move -- there's no reason to think Suzuki would exit the lineup when the Canadiens resume their season Tuesday versus the Senators.
Suzuki scored a power-play goal on two shots and added three blocks in Saturday's 5-4 shootout win over Vancouver. He also went 9-5 (64.3 percent) on faceoffs.
Suzuki opened the scoring 6:26 into the game, roofing a wrist shot past Braden Holtby from the right faceoff circle. It was Suzuki's second straight game with a power-play strike, giving the 21-year-old sophomore seven goals and 20 points in 31 games this season.
Suzuki scored a power-play goal and had four shots on net in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to Vancouver.
Suzuki, who snapped a 10-game scoring slump, and the Canadiens took advantage of a late Canucks penalty to send the game into overtime. With under a minute left in regulation and the goalie pulled to create a 6-on-4, Suzuki accepted Jeff Petry's pass and fired a pellet from the top right circle past Thatcher Demko. It was Suzuki's second goal and sixth point on the power play. He's registered two points on the man advantage in three games this week after going 23 contests without one.
Suzuki notched a power-play assist, three shots on goal and two PIM in Monday's 4-2 win over the Jets.
Suzuki had the secondary helper on Josh Anderson's tally in the second period. The assist snapped Suzuki's four-game point drought. The 21-year-old center has collected five goals, 13 helpers, 45 shots, 14 PIM and a plus-4 rating through 28 contests in his second NHL campaign.
Suzuki was activated from the taxi squad and played in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Flames.
Suzuki had a minus-1 rating in the contest. The 21-year-old has 17 points, 42 shots on net, 41 hits and a plus-3 rating in a top-six role for the Canadiens this year.
Suzuki was demoted to the taxi squad Friday, CapFriendly reports.
This is simply a paper move by the Canadiens and Suzuki will be recalled before Saturday's game against Calgary. The second-year forward has five goals and 17 points through 26 games this season.
Suzuki had an assist, three shots on net and five hits in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Jets.
Suzuki was the first in line of two caroms that led to Montreal's second goal. Jonathan Drouin's wrist shot from the point bounced off Suzuki's leg and then Tyler Toffoli's skate to even the score at two goals apiece. It was the third consecutive game with a point for Suzuki, who ranks third on the team with 16 points (five goals, 11 assists).
Suzuki scored a goal on two shots and added three hits in Saturday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Jets.
Suzuki's second-period tally tied the game at 1-1, but the Canadiens weren't able to convert on their 40 other shots on net. The 21-year-old center is up to five goals, 14 points, 35 shots and 30 hits through 20 contests. He's a solid producer in a top-six role, so Suzuki carries plenty of fantasy appeal.
Suzuki was promoted from the taxi squad to the active roster ahead of Thursday's game versus the Jets, per CapFriendly.
This standard roster shuffling shouldn't deter fantasy players, as Suzuki has been and will continue to be a staple in the Canadiens' lineup. The 21-year-old has recorded four goals and 13 points over 18 games this year while averaging 18:25 of ice time.
Suzuki was placed on the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly.
Suzuki is in no danger of sitting out games, so expect him back on the active roster for Thursday's contest in Winnipeg. The 21-year-old has 13 points, 32 shots on net and 27 hits through 18 appearances.
Suzuki scored a goal on his lone shot in Sunday's 3-2 overtime loss to Ottawa. He also had two PIM and won 12 of 19 faceoffs (63.2 percent).
Suzuki lit the lamp for the first time in eight games when he opened the scoring just 77 seconds into the contest. His snipe on an odd-man rush was his fourth goal of the season and first since Feb. 1. The 21-year-old sophomore has 13 points through 17 games.
Suzuki was promoted from the taxi squad Saturday, CapFriendly reports.
Suzuki may shuffle up and down this year, but he'll be a lineup fixture regardless. The 21-year-old has been superb this season, recording 12 points -- four on the power play -- through 14 games. Expect Suzuki to man a top-six role in Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs.
Suzuki was designated for the taxi squad Friday, CBS Sports reports.
This is simply roster shuffling, as Suzuki will be in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs. The 21-year-old center has been fantastic this year, racking up 12 points, 28 shots on net and 20 hits over 14 games.
Suzuki was brought up from the taxi squad to the Canadiens' active roster Tuesday, per CBS Sports.
The news comes as no surprise ahead of Montreal's game against the visiting Maple Leafs on Wednesday. Suzuki has 12 points in 12 games this season and has been a mainstay on the power play, where he's averaged a whopping 3:19 of ice time. He should be expected to resume his role as the team's second-line center.
Suzuki was assigned to the taxi squad Monday, CBS Sports reports.
This is a temporary designation, as Suzuki will certainly be back with the big club for Wednesday's game against the Maple Leafs. The 21-year-old has been a stud through 12 games, racking up 12 points and firing 22 shots on net.
Suzuki had an assist, one shot on net and two blocked shots over 19:57 of ice time in Saturday's 2-1 win over Ottawa.
Each member of Suzuki's line had a role in Josh Anderson's goal. Jonathan Drouin's shot was stopped by the Senators' Matt Murray, who then stopped Suzuki's missive off the rebound, but the goalie couldn't make the third save in the sequence. Both Suzuki and Drouin lead Montreal with nine assists, which is natural given that Anderson's notched eight goals.
Suzuki picked up two assists with one hit and a plus-3 rating during Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Canucks.
The 21-year-old continues to be an incredibly consistent offensive force for the Canadiens. Suzuki has at least one point in nine of Montreal's first 10 games this season, piling up three goals and eight helpers during that stretch, and the second-year phenom is well on his way to a breakout campaign.
|Last 7 Games|
|04/10||vs WPG||L 0-5||0||0||0||0||14:44|
|04/08||vs WPG||L 2-4||0||0||0||-1||19:43|
|04/07||@ TOR||L 2-3||0||1||1||+1||19:36|
|04/05||vs EDM||W 3-2 (OT)||0||1||1||+1||15:14|
|04/03||vs OTT||L 3-6||0||2||2||+1||16:54|
|04/01||@ OTT||W 4-1||0||0||0||0||18:22|
|03/30||vs EDM||W 4-0||0||0||0||0||17:53|
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