Posts Tagged ‘ lars eller ’

STRENGTH DOWN THE MIDDLE- The Canadiens at Centre

May 1st, 2012 | By

Depth of talent is a Canadiens issue on both left and to a lesser extent on right wing. It is not a glaring problem at centre ice. where Desharnais, Plekanec and Eller hold the top three spots and there is large group of centremen who are in the wings waiting for their chance.



SIX CANADIENS AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Apr 30th, 2012 | By

The Canadiens. led by Tomas Plekanec, will have six players participating in the World hockey championships starting next weekend at Stockholm and Helskinki. Plekanec will be representing the Czech Republic for the fifth time.



CANADIENS WEEK – Plekanec, Spacek, Price, Cole & More

Oct 31st, 2011 | By

The Canadiens played four games in six days last week, winning the last three against Conference rivals Philadelphia and Boston. It was a week that saw the dismissal of Perry Pearn from the coaching staff, the end of a six game losing streak.



MARTIN JUGGLES CANADIENS LINES-Changes Power Play

Oct 14th, 2011 | By

With only six goals in three games a revamping of the Canadiens lineup was inevitable. Tomorrow night against the Colorado Avalanche there will be a new look not only in the even-strength lines, but also the power play units, which to date have produced one goal in thirteen opportunities.



CAMMALLERI/SPACEK OUT TWO WEEKS – ELLER RETURNS THURSDAY

Oct 11th, 2011 | By

In today’s NHL, they come and they go. In two games the Canadiens have lost three players and gained one. Michael Cammallleri and Jaroslav Spacek have joined Chris Campoli on the sidelines. Lars Eller will return to the lineup Thursday night in the home opener against Calgary.
It could have been worse. Cammalleri has a deep laceration is his right leg and will miss ten days to two weeks. Spacek has a probable rib injury which will keep him out three weeks.



THE CANADIENS GAME-ONE HANGOVER-Campoli, Cole, Eller and more.

Oct 7th, 2011 | By

The Canadiens returned to Montreal after last night’s loss in Toronto. The team practiced at their Brossard facility this morning. Tomorrow they head for Winnipeg for Sunday’s meeting with the Jets. Among off-day talking points, Lars Eller, Erik Cole, Chris Campoli, Joe Callahan and too-many-men-on-the-ice,



HABS INJURY UPDATE-Gomez Returns/Desharnais Out

Sep 22nd, 2011 | By

Scott Gomez is ready to play, David Desharnais has suffered a ‘lower body’ injury, Lars Eller will be back to full practice next week while Andrei Markov continues to skate alone. Part of Jacques Martin’s post-practice injury update Thursday.



MATHIEU DARCHE UNDERGOES SURGERY

May 18th, 2011 | By

RDS reports that Mathieu Darche has undergone abdominable surgery which will keep him away from any training for four to six weeks. Darche probably suffered the injury in February. He missed fifteen of seventeen games between February 10th and March 24th and then returned to play in the final eight games of the season and all seven playoff games.



LARS ELLER UNDERGOES SHOULDER SURGERY

May 15th, 2011 | By

Canadiens forward Lars Eller suffered a dislocated shoulder early in game six of the Boston-Montreal series. Although he played throught he injury, it was serious enough that it required surgery on Friday. Recuperation time will be between four to six months.



SORTING OUT CANADIENS FREE AGENT FORWARDS

May 1st, 2011 | By

Everybody seems to have an opinion about what Canadiens GM Pierre Gauthier should do in order to upgrade his team’s offense. It runs the gamut from sending the unproductive Scott Gomez and the remaining three years of his contract to the Hamilton Bulldogs to signing, and then trading Andrei Kostitsyn.
Gauthier doesn’t telegraph his punches a la Brian Burke, so like everyone else, we can only guess the direction he’ll take. .



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