Canadiens' Ryder Returns: Michael Ryder returned to the Montreal lineup after missing one game due to an upper body injury. He had an assist and skated 18 shifts for 16:06 of ice time in Montreal's 3-2 win over Tampa Bay. (Updated 4/19/13)
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Michael Ryder has been productive since joining the Canadiens in a trade from the Stars, but hasn't scored a goal in his last five games. (Updated 4/19/13).
05/03/2013 22:10 Price sharp in net as Canadiens tie series with Sens
Ryan White started a three-goal second period and goalie Carey Price was back in top form with 29 saves and the Montreal Canadiens downed the Ottawa Senators 3-1 to even their playoff series on Friday.
Michael Ryder proved to be a bargain last season, racking up 35 goals in his first season with the Stars. Twenty-eight of his 35 tallies came at even-strength, so it's not like he did all his scoring with the team up a man. Hell play alongside either Jamie Benn or Derek Roy on one of two scoring lines for the Stars, though a small step back to the 25-goal, 50-point level wouldn't come as a surprise. (Updated 8/14/12)