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Most Added Players
Player% ±
1Evgeni Nabokov, TB, G1
2Chris Phillips, OTT, D1
3Alexander Radulov, NSH, RW1
4Josh Leivo, TOR, LW1
5Mark Fraser, NJ, D1
6Vernon Fiddler, DAL, C1
7Ivan Vishnevskiy, CHI, D1
8Miikka Kiprusoff, CGY, G1
9Patrice Cormier, WPG, C1
10Kyle Beach, CHI, LW1
Most Dropped Players
Player% ±
1Curtis Glencross, WAS, LW-2
2Mikael Granlund, MIN, C-2
3David Pastrnak, BOS, RW-2
4Valeri Nichushkin, DAL, RW-2
5Marc Staal, NYR, D-2
6Olli Maatta, PIT, D-2
7Elias Lindholm, CAR, C-2
8Sam Bennett, CGY, C-2
9Rasmus Ristolainen, BUF, D-2
10Alex Chiasson, OTT, RW-2
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P.K. Subban
Habs' Subban Scores In Game Win
P.K. Subban, D, MON
12:45 PM
News: P.K. Subban blasted home his first goal of the playoffs in Friday's Game 2 win over Ottawa.
Analysis: A monster outing from P.K. Subban, who also finished with five shots on goal. After getting kicked out of Game 1 for a slash on Mark Stone, Subban ditched the rough stuff in Game 2 and led with his offense. When he's on top of his game, the 25-year-old is one of the best offensive defenseman around.

Alex Galchenyuk
Hab's Galchenyuk Is Game 2 Overtime Hero
Alex Galchenyuk, C, MON
12:41 PM
News: Alex Galchenyuk scored the overtime-winning goal in Game 2 against Ottawa on Friday.
Analysis: Alex Galchenyuk's off to a great start in these playoffs recording two points and seven shots on goal in his first two games. Skating on the top line, the 21-year-old is likely to be a key difference maker for the Habs during their postseason run.

Max Pacioretty
Habs' Pacioretty Scores In Return
Max Pacioretty, LW, MON
12:34 PM
News: Max Pacioretty returned to the lineup in Game 2, scoring a goal and firing three shots on goal in Friday's win over Ottawa.
Analysis: A great return for Max Pacioretty, who had been out of the lineup since April. 5 with an upper-body injury. While Pacioretty hasn't been a huge playoff performer in his career, the 26-year-old appears to be in full health and will play a large role in determining how far the Habs make it this postseason.

David Desharnais
Habs' Desharnais Collects Two Assists In Game 2
David Desharnais, C, MON
12:28 PM
News: David Desharnais collected two assists in Friday's Game 2 win over Ottawa.
Analysis: A dominant effort from David Desharnais, who saw 18:40 of ice time in the victory. With the return of Max Pacioretty, Desharnais saw his ice time from Game 1 increase by a whopping six minutes in Game 2. While he's only scored twice in 29 career playoff games, Desharnais, skating on the second line with Pacioretty, can be a difference maker in a playoff series.

Mark Stone
Sens' Stone Grabs Two Assists In Game 2
Mark Stone, RW, OTT
12:19 PM
News: Mark Stone picked up two helpers in Friday's Game 2 overtime loss to the Canadiens.
Analysis: While Mark Stone is currently dealing with a wrist injury, he still managed to be very effective for the Sens in the loss. It's worth noting, however, that the 22-year-old sniper didn't record a shot on goal for just the first time in nine games. While the wrist fracture is likely to hurt his overall production, Stone should still be able to pile up points in a top-six role for the Sens.

Andrew Hammond
Sens' Hammond Makes 39 Saves In Game 2 Loss
Andrew Hammond, G, OTT
12:12 PM
News: Andrew Hammond made 39 saves on 42 shots in Friday's Game 2 overtime loss to Montreal.
Analysis: While it was a good performance from Andrew Hammond, the overtime winner is one he will likely want back. After going on a crazy 20-1-2 run in the regular season, the 27-year-old has come back down to earth in his first two career NHL playoff games. Considering he got the Sens into the playoffs, Ottawa is likely to keep Hammond rolling despite the fact they're now trailing Montreal 2-0 in their best-of-seven round one series. Don't be shocked, however, if the team decides to turn to veteran Craig Anderson for Sunday's Game 3 in Ottawa.

Carey Price
Habs' Price Makes 29 Saves In Game 2 Win
Carey Price, G, MON
12:03 PM
News: Carey Price turned away 29 of 31 shots in Friday's Game 2 win over the Senators.
Analysis: That's back-to-back wins for Carey Price, who has helped the Canadiens grab a 2-0 series lead over Ottawa. The Habs will continue to ride him in the playoffs, so make sure he's in your lineup whenever Montreal is in action.

P.A. Parenteau
Habs' Parenteau (Upper Body) Out For Game 2
P.A. Parenteau, RW, MON
12:05 AM
News: P.A. Parenteau (upper body) will not play in Game 2 Friday against the Senators, Jessica Rusnak of TSN 690 in Montreal reports.
Analysis: P.A. Parenteau did not take part in practice Thursday after playing 12:13 in Wednesday's Game 1 victory over the Senators. His injury is unknown at this time, but look for an update on his status prior to Game 3 on Sunday.

Justin Fontaine
Wild's Fontaine Picks Up Assist In Game 1
Justin Fontaine, RW, MIN
12:02 AM
News: Justin Fontaine gathered an assist in the Wild's Game 1 victory over the Blues on Thursday.
Analysis: Justin Fontaine received a spot on the Wild's fourth line ahead of the likes of Ryan Carter, Erik Haula, and Jordan Schroeder for the postseason opener, and seemed to take advantage of the opportunity. He set up Jason Zucker's wraparound goal to stake the Wild to an early 1-0 advantage.

Kevin Bieksa
Canucks' Bieksa A Game-Time Call
Kevin Bieksa, D, VAN
12:02 AM
News: Kevin Bieksa is listed as a game-time call for Friday's Game 2 because of an illness, Irfaan Gaffar of Sportsnet reports.
Analysis: Kevin Bieksa was held out of Thursday's practice due to the illness, but it doesn't look to be anything serious, as he has a chance to be active for Game 2. His status should be updated at some point before the opening face-off Friday.

 
 
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