Forward Hudon out indefinitely with fractured sternum

Forward Hudon out indefinitely with fractured sternum
Offensive expectations: The Canadiens are beating their projections through the first quarter
Montreal Canadiens Charles Hudon Has Fractured SternumA Winning Habit

UNDATED (AP) – The Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators gave Canada a sweep of Thursday's NHL games. The Canadiens bounced back from their first regulation home loss as Max Pacioretty scored the tiebreaking goal 14 seconds into the third
The Montreal Canadiens announced on Saturday morning that rookie forward Charles Hudon is going to be sidelined indefinitely with a fractured sternum. Hudon played 10 minutes in the Canadiens' 2-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday. . Two assists in three games isn't too shabby, but it admittedly may not be anything to write home about. Unfortunately for the Montreal Canadiens, one goal in 21 games isn't either, unless it's to work through some deep-seated issues as to just how hard …

Offensive expectations: The Canadiens are beating their projections through the first quarter

Which players are most responsible for Montreal's surprising offence after a quarter of the season? by Miprid Nov 26, 2016, 10:00am EST. tweet · share · pin · Rec. Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports. After the Montreal Canadiens had played 20 games (a sample. Hudon (upper body) is dealing with a fractured sternum, according to a team source, Eric Engels of Sportsnet reports. A return timetable has yet to be set for the rookie winger, and this is a tough pill for the Habs to swallow as the 2012 fifth-round … . For the first time ever, the Montreal Canadiens-affiliated St. John's IceCaps will host the Providence Bruins at Mile One Centre. The IceCaps return home after a six-game road trip, in which the team posted three wins and three loses. St. John's now …

Is Charles Hudon Good Enough?

The Montreal Canadiens will have Artturi Lehkonen back in the lineup tonight after missing nine games with injury. The winger is going to need to score more than he did before the injury if he wants to remain in the NHL lineup. The Montreal Canadiens. Calgary Flames' Alex Chiasson (39) celebrates his goal during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Boston Bruins in Boston, Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer). Chad Johnson makes 35 saves, Flames beat Bruins 2-1. Michael
Rookie Charles Hudon has suffered a broken sternum and will be out of action for an indefinite period of time, the Montreal Canadiens announced on Saturday. Hudon did not accompany the team to Detroit, where they will be play the Red Wings on Saturday
The Montreal Canadiens will be without impressive young winger Charles Hudon for the foreseeable future as he suffered a broken sternum in practice. The Montreal Canadiens announced this morning that Charles Hudon is out with a broken sternum.

The Montreal Canadiens have fortunately been healthy throughout the first quarter of the season. However, the Canadiens have been without Forward Artturi Lehkonen and Defensemen Zach Redmond due to injury. The good news is that they should both be. Hudon (upper body) won't travel with the Canadiens on Friday for the start of the team's upcoming five-game road trip. Hudon reportedly sustained the injury during Friday's morning skate, and isn't travelling with his teammates as a precautionary measure.

Update: Charles Hudon's injury is worse than feared, as he suffered a broken sternum and is out indefinitely. Artturi Lehkonen has made the trip and will be reinserted into the lineup while Chris Terry will be a healthy scratch: Hudon out indefinitely …

After the win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night, the Montreal Canadiens offered some information on their injured players. Zach Redmond, who has been out of action since the pre-season, will be sent to St. John's for a conditioning stint … . MONTREAL — The Habs took off for Detroit on Friday afternoon, for what will be the team's longest road trip of the season. The club will be away from Montreal for a total of 12 days, playing five games across three states and three different time zones.

Habs F Lehkonen to rejoin team for trip

The Montreal Canadiens do not appear to be on the verge of completing a trade to bolster their roster, but GM Marc Bergevin and his staff are keep tabs on the marketplace. It has been widely reported that the Habs would like to add a top-four …

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