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Paul Byron: Ends playing career
Byron (hip) announced his retirement Wednesday.
Byron, who hasn't played since April 19, 2022, attempted to come back from his hip injury, but after going through rehab and talking with different doctors, he's reached the conclusion that he can no longer continue to play. The 34-year-old recorded 98 goals, 208 points and 917 hits in 521 career NHL games with Montreal, Calgary and Buffalo. He also provided 11 points in 38 playoff contests, including three goals and three assists in 22 outings during Montreal's 2021 run to the Stanley Cup Finals.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Still hasn't started skating
Byron (hip) has yet to resume skating.
Although Byron has reportedly made some progress in his recovery over the past few weeks, the fact that he has yet to skate in any capacity this season seems to suggest he may be in danger of missing the entirety of the campaign. Either way, the 33-year-old vet only picked up seven points through 27 games last season, so there's no reason for fantasy managers to track his status.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Bound for long-term injured reserve
Byron (hip) has yet to begin skating and is expected to be placed on long-term injured reserve to start the season, Marc Antoine Godin of The Athletic reports Wednesday.
Byron continues to deal with the lingering hip problem for which he underwent surgery in July of 2021. At this point, there is some concern that the problem will end the 33-year-old center's career entirely. If that's the case, Byron would eventually retire having played in 521 NHL games over 12 seasons with the Sabres, Flames and Canadiens in which he tallied 98 goals and 110 assists.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Still sidelined with hip problem
Byron continues to battle a lingering hip injury and could be placed on long-term injured reserve to start the season, Marc Antoine Godin of The Athletic reports.
Byron hasn't gotten into any preseason action yet, with the Canadiens scheduled for just two more exhibition matches. The 33-year-old was limited to 27 games last season, and it seems like he's trending toward missing more time to begin 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Shouldn't miss much game action
Byron (lower body) is expected to be ready to return at some point within the first two weeks of the regular season, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Byron will likely end up missing a handful of regular-season games, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him back in action before the end of October. The 33-year-old forward tallied seven points while averaging 12:36 of ice time through 27 contests last campaign.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: In doubt for camp
Byron (lower body) may not be cleared in time for the start of training camp, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports Thursday.
Byron was limited to a mere 27 games this season due to injury which saw him post his lowest point total since 2012-13 when he was with the Flames. If he can get healthy this year, the 33-year-old Ontario native could get back to challenging for the 20-goal mark in 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Unavailable Friday
Byron (lower body) will not play Friday against Florida, per the NHL's media site.
Bryon will end the 2021-22 campaign having missed the final five games. He appeared in just 27 contests this season, averaging 12:36 of ice time with 66 hits and seven points.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Sidelined with lower-body issue
Byron (lower body) won't play Thursday against Philadelphia.
Byron will miss at least one game with the lower-body injury he suffered during Tuesday's loss to Minnesota. He's picked up only seven points through 27 games this campaign, so most fantasy managers shouldn't need to keep tabs on his status.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Suffers lower-body injury
Byron (lower body) won't return to Tuesday's game versus the Wild.
Byron was injured in the first period, and he did not join the Canadiens' bench for the second. The 32-year-old has battled various injuries throughout the season. His status should be updated prior to Thursday's game versus the Flyers.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: In action Monday
Byron (undisclosed) will be in the lineup versus Winnipeg on Monday, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Byron will suit up for the first time since April 5 against the Senators, just two games on the shelf due to his undisclosed injury. Prior to his absence, the veteran center was stuck in a five-game pointless streak during which he registered nine hits, seven shots and three blocks. With just seven points in 23 games this year, Byron will almost certainly miss the 20-point threshold for the third straight year.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Remains sidelined
Byron (undisclosed) won't play Saturday versus the Maple Leafs, Jean-Francois Chaumont of Le Journal de Montreal reports.
Byron will miss his second game with the injury. The 32-year-old forward has missed time with three separate injuries this season, and there's no timeline for him to return from his current one. The Canadiens' next game is Monday versus the Jets.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Not going on trip
Byron (undisclosed) won't travel for Montreal's upcoming two-game road trip.
With Byron sidelined with an undisclosed injury, look for Tyler Pitlick, Laurent Dauphin or Mathieu Perreault to jump into the lineup Thursday versus the Devils. At this point it isn't clear how long Byron, who's picked up seven points through 23 contests this season, will be on the shelf.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Four-game point streak
Byron scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 4-2 win over Toronto.
Byron broke in on the right wing on a 2-on-1, faked a pass and wired the puck through Erik Kallgren at 17:32 of the third. It stood as the winner. His assist came on an empty netter that sealed the 4-3 win. Byron is on a four-game, five-point streak that includes three goals.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Runs point streak to three
Byron scored a goal on one shot on net in Thursday's 4-3 loss to Florida. He added two hits and one blocked shot over 12:00 of ice time.
Byron finished a feed from Christian Dvorak while the Canadiens had pulled the goalie for an extra attacker. The 32-year-old forward has points (two goals, one assist) in each of the last three games. He was moved up to the third line as a result of the juggling needed to accommodate for the unavailable Jonathan Drouin (not injury related). Byron has five points, 21 shots, 46 hits and two blocked shots while averaging 12:22 over 17 games.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Nets game-winner
Byron scored a goal on one shot and had five hits in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Senators.
Byron managed to sneak away from defenders who were focused on a bouncing-puck entry into the zone and finished a feed from Michael Pezzetta for the game-winning marker. It was his first point since returning from an upper-body injury March 9 and his second goal of the season.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Rejoins mates
Byron had one hit and one blocked shot over 9:14 of ice time in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Canucks.
Byron, who missed the first four games of Montreal's road trip with an upper-body injury, joined his teammates for Wednesday's finale. He skated on the fourth line with Joel Armia and Ryan Poehling.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Playing Wednesday
Byron (upper body) was activated off injured reserve and will participate in Wednesday's game against Vancouver.
Byron has missed the last four games while dealing with an upper-body injury. The 32-year-old has averaged 12:21 of ice time and logged two points over nine appearances in 2021-22.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Set to rejoin practice
Byron (upper body) is expected to join the Canadiens in a non-contact sweater for practice prior to Wednesday's game in Vancouver, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Byron's return from injury shouldn't be considered imminent, but this will be his first return to the ice in a team environment since he suffered the injury. It's unclear how many practice sessions he'll need before he can get back into game action.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: Lands on injured reserve
Byron (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly.
Byron left Wednesday's game after a hard hit, and he's considered to be out indefinitely. The 32-year-old moved to injured reserve to allow the Canadiens to activate Mathieu Perreault (lower body).... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Paul Byron: No timeline for return
Byron (upper body) is considered out indefinitely.
The Canadiens have yet to establish a concrete timetable for Byron's return, but it's probably safe to assume the 32-year-old forward will miss a handful of contests at a minimum. Cedric Paquette will likely get the first shot at replacing Byron in the lineup Saturday versus the Senators.... See More ... See Less
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