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|Habs' Galchenyuk To Play Center |
|(9/19/14) Alex Galchenyuk will open training camp playing center, the Montreal Gazette reports. Groomed as a center at the junior level, Galchenyuk's played primarily at left wing in his first two NHL seasons.|
|Habs' Galchenyuk Notches Two Points |
|(5/28/14) Alex Galchenyuk scored his second goal of the playoffs -- a power-play tally -- and picked up his first postseason assist in Tuesday's Game 5 win over the Rangers.|
|Habs' Galchenyuk Pots Game 3 OT Winner |
|(5/22/14) Alex Galchenyuk was credited with his first playoff goal Thursday -- the winning tally 1:12 into overtime in Game 3 against the Rangers.|
|Habs' Galchenyuk Will Play Monday |
|(5/19/14) Alex Galchenyuk (knee) will play Monday, Renaud Lavoie of Journal de Montreal reports.|
|Habs' Galchenyuk Expected To Play Monday |
|(5/19/14) Alex Galchenyuk (knee) is expected to play in Monday's Game 2 against the Rangers, Arpon Basu of NHL.com reports.|
Habs' Galchenyuk To Play Center
Galchenyuk will open training camp playing center, the Montreal Gazette reports. Groomed as a center man at the junior level, Galchenyuk's played primarily at left wing in his first two NHL seasons.The Canadiens are still deep at the center position, so we expect Galchenyuk to move back to wing by the time the regular season opens. It appears having him play center in training camp is planting the seed for an eventual move to the position.
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|Alex Galchenyuk suffered a couple of injuries in 2013-14 and was limited to 65 games. We were looking for some growth out of him coming off a promising rookie season, but he continued to make young-player mistakes, have lapses in his own end, and experienced a scoring drop off after a strong start to the season. There's a ton of offensive talent wrapped up in the 21-year-old, so the Canadiens will be patient as he learns to be a more consistent contributor. There's been talk of a move to his natural center position, but the Habs are deep up the middle. The loss of Brian Gionta opens up a wing spot on the second line and Galchenyuk is an obvious choice to replace him, but coach Michel Therrien is not about to hand him the position. (Updated 8/13/14) |