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Feb 29, 2024 0 1 0 4 2.5
Feb 27, 2024 0 0 0 1
Feb 24, 2024 0 1 2 4 4
Feb 22, 2024 0 0 -2 4 -2
Feb 21, 2024 0 0 -1 5 -1

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2023 130.56.9 19 28 47 -2 19:20
2022 102.53.9 26 10 36 -10 18:02
2021 97.54.2 23 20 43 -24 16:40
3y Avg. 72.254 18 10 28 -11 16:58
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Slides assist in loss

    Caufield logged an assist and four shots on net in Saturday's 4-3 loss to New Jersey. Caufield fired a cross-ice pass to a streaking Nick Suzuki, who beat Nico Daws short-side to put Montreal up, 2-1, midway through the second period. The assist snapped a three-game point drought for Caufield, who has a career-high 27 helpers over 58 games.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Snaps scoreless run

    Caufield scored two goals, one on the power play, on six shots and had two hits over 20:36 of ice time in Thursday's 7-4 loss to the Rangers. Caufield put a stop to a five-game run without a goal when he scored a power-play goal in the second period. His tip of a Mike Matheson shot went wide, but the puck bounced off the back boards then off the leg of Jonathan Quick. The 23-year-old Caufield then ended the game's scoring in the third period with his 19th of the season. Caufield has points in 13 of the last 14 contests, posting eight goals and 10 assists during that stretch.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Begins new streak

    Caufield had a power-play assist and eight shots on net over 20:20 of ice time in Tuesday's 5-0 win over Anaheim. Caufield, who saw his career-high 11-game point streak halted in Sunday's loss to the Blues, potentially began a new one with his power-play helper. He was part of a chaotic sequence in front of Lukas Dostal that resulted in Nick Suzuki feeding Juraj Slafkovsky for the Canadiens' fourth goal. Caufield has gone five games without a goal, but he's remained involved in scoring explosions from both of his linemates. Suzuki has seven tallies over the last six games, while Slafkovsky has five over the last five contests.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Points in 10 straight

    Caufield had an assist, four shots on net and one block over 15:58 of ice time in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Capitals. Caufield picked the pocket of Beck Malenstyn in the neutral zone then saucered a perfect feed to linemate Nick Suzuki to open the scoring seven minutes into the first period. The helper extended Caufield's point streak to 10 games, during which he has six goals and seven assists. The scoring slump that was an issue in mid-December is no longer a concern.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Career-best, nine-game streak

    Caufield picked up an assist Saturday in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Penguins. It extended his NHL career-long point streak to nine games (six goals, six assists). Caufield is four points from equaling his career mark (43), which he set over 67 games in 2021-22. His shooting percentage this season (9.6) is well below his career mark (12.7), so a few more goals should come as that rate levels up.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Stays hot in Thursday's win

    Caufield produced a goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Islanders. Only two of the seven goals in the game came at even strength, and Caufield had a hand in both of them, deking Semyon Varlamov out of his shorts in the first period before helping set up Sean Monahan for the game-winner late in the third. Caufield has gotten onto the scoresheet in eight straight games, piling up six goals and 11 points over that stretch, and the 23-year-old is just five points shy of tying his career high for a season with 43.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Point streak reaches seven

    Caufield had an assist, six shots on net and one hit over 19:34 of ice time in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Senators. Caufield and Nick Suzuki worked to dislodge the puck behind the Ottawa net before Caufield teed up Johnny Kovacevic for the Canadiens' lone tally. The assist extended Caufield's point streak to seven games. The forward had scored a goal in five straight before Tuesday's loss. His 36 points are second on the team behind linemate Suzuki's 39.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Among Habs greats already

    Caufield scored a power-play goal Saturday in a 9-4 loss to the Bruins. Caufield has a goal in each of his last five games. He became the fifth Montreal player in the last 50 years to have a five-game goal streak at age 23 or younger. The others were Andrei Kostitsyn (2008-09), John LeClair (1992-93), Steve Shutt (1974-75) and Guy Lafleur (1974-75), all of whom scored in five consecutive. Caufield is on a six-game, eight-point scoring streak, and he's up to 16 goals and 35 points in 46 games. He has a chance to extend his goal streak Tuesday at home against the Sens.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Goals in four straight

    Caufield scored a goal on four shots and had one hit over 18:17 of ice time in Thursday's 6-2 loss to the Senators. Caufield filled a lane and wristed a feed from Sean Monahan for his team-leading 15th goal of the season. It was the fourth consecutive game with a tally for Caufield, who's rediscovered his scoring touch with seven markers (17.1 shooting percentage) over the last 11 games.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Goal, assist in win

    Caufield tallied a goal and an assist in Monday's 4-3 victory over Colorado. Caufield set up Juraj Slafkovsky's power-play marker in the first period before putting Montreal ahead 3-2 early in the third, also on the man advantage, firing a wrist shot over the shoulder of Alexandar Georgiev. Caufield now has goals in back-to-back games and points in three straight contests. The 23-year-old winger is up to 31 points (13 goals, 18 assists), including 15 on the power play, through 43 games this season.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Opens scoring

    Caufield found the back of the net in a 2-1 overtime loss to Edmonton on Saturday. After producing only one point in the past four games, Caufield came out firing early and scored less than two minutes in on the power play. He led his team with seven shots on net and added one hit in 19:24 TOI. The 23-year-old winger is on pace for 60 points, which would shatter his previous high of 43. The Canadiens play Colorado at home on Monday.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Game-winner on PP

    Caufield scored a power-play goal and had two shots on net over 18:11 of ice time in Tuesday's 4-3 win over Dallas. Caufield finished off a pretty passing sequence to give Montreal what looked like a comfortable 4-1 third-period lead, but it turned out to be the game-winner when the Stars mounted a late comeback. It was the third consecutive game with a goal for the forward, who has points in seven of the last eight. Caufield has four power-play goals, a team-high five game-winning tallies and 11 markers overall through 37 games.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Strikes again in loss

    Caufield scored a goal on four shots and blocked a shot over 23:11 of ice time in Sunday's 4-3 loss to Tampa Bay. Nick Suzuki and Caufield hounded Steven Stamkos in the Lightning zone, forcing a turnover that Caufield converted into an unassisted goal to open the scoring. It was the second consecutive game with a goal for Caufield, who has 10 tallies in 36 games.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Helps on game winner

    Caufield had a power-play assist and one hit over 20:46 of ice time in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over Winnipeg. The Canadiens began their traditional holiday road trip in style when Caufield and Nick Suzuki combined to set up Justin Barron's winner in OT. It was the second straight game with a point for Caufield, who snapped a seven-game goal drought in Saturday's win over the Islanders.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Snaps drought in win

    Caufield scored a goal on four shots and blocked one shot over 18:57 of ice time in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Islanders. Montreal's top line pressed behind the New York goal with Juraj Slafkovsky forcing a turnover that led to Nick Suzuki feeding Caufield alone in the slot. The tally, Caufield's first in eight games, was part of a second-period explosion that saw the offensively challenged Canadiens score four times. Caufield appears to have heeded the call of head coach Martin St. Louis, who said the forward needs to get to the net more to snap a scoring slump. Caufield has eight goals and 13 assists over 30 games.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Dealing with scoring slump

    Montreal head coach Martin St. Louis suggested Caufield needs to get closer to the net as a way to break the forward's scoring slump, Herb Zurkowsky of the Montreal Gazette reports. "Like the rest of our group, he's got to get on the inside. That's it," St. Louis said. "To me, you've got to find ways to get on the inside, with or without the puck." Caufield hasn't found the back of a net in six games and hsa scored just three goals over 21 tilts since an overtime winner against the Blue Jackets on Oct. 26. Four of his six goals have come on the power play (one) or in overtime (three). The report talks about the right-shooting forward's preference for positioning on the left side of the ice to target the short side and high, suggesting that goalies may have figured that out. The goal slump is not from lack of trying -- Caufield leads Montreal by a wide margin with 104 shots.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Helps on power play

    Caufield had a power-play assist, three shots on net and one hit over 17:21 of ice time in Monday's 4-2 win over the Kraken. Caufield and Nick Suzuki played a game of catch along the side wall before Suzuki set up Sean Monahan for the Canadiens' third score. The assist snapped a 10-game drought without a power-play point for Caufield, who has nine points on the man-advantage unit through 25 games.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Back on top line

    Caufield had four shots on net over 20:24 of ice time in Saturday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Red Wings. Caufield was reunited with Nick Suzuki on the top line, as head coach Martin St. Louis adjusted in the wake of Alex Newhook's ankle injury, which is expected to sideline him for 10-to-12 weeks. The first line opened with Caufield, Suzuki and Sean Monahan, but Montreal finished the game with Joel Armia in Monahan's spot.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Lights lamp in win

    Caufield scored a goal on three shots over 14:37 of ice time in Wednesday's 4-2 win over Columbus. Caufield beat three Blue Jackets to a loose puck in front of Elvis Merzlikins and batted home Montreal's second goal, helping the Canadiens end a five-game road trip on a positive note. There were some down moments during the trip -- lackluster efforts against Boston and LA stand out -- but there were positives to take away. The top three lines produced goals Wednesday, and Caufield found his scoring touch with two tallies on 10 shots over the final three games of the trip. The forward had lit the lamp just once over 12 games before scoring in wins over San Jose on Friday and the Jackets on Wednesday.
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  • Canadiens' Cole Caufield: Rejoins top line

    Caufield had three shots on goal and one hit over 15:30 of ice time in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Bruins. Caufield and Nick Suzuki had been broken up the last several games, but Montreal's top two forwards were reunited Saturday. Head coach Martin St. Louis needs to find a way to unlock Caufield's scoring, as the Wisconsin native has just one goal over the last 11 games. Saturday's game was the second straight in which Caufield logged fewer then 16 minutes of ice time.
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