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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: First NHL hat trick

    Slafkovsky netted his first NHL hat trick Tuesday in a 9-3 win over the Flyers. The first goal was a gift -- Mike Matheson's one-timer from the top of the slot went in off his skate in the first. Slafkovsky pushed the score to 2-0 in the second on a one-timer from the edge of the crease and completed the hat trick a couple minutes later on a breakaway to push the score to 4-0. Slafkovsky is the sixth Canadiens player ever to score a hat trick at age 20 or younger. Since March 9, the winger has been held off the scoresheet just twice in 15 games (six goals, 11 assists). File his name away for draft day 2024. The sophomore winger has 19 goals and 48 points with 147 shots in 78 games this season.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Sets up power-play goal in loss

    Slafkovsky had a power-play assist, one shot on net and five hits in Saturday's 4-2 loss to Toronto. Slafkovsky slid a no-look, backhand pass to Nick Suzuki, who buried a one-timer for Montreal's first goal. Slafkovsky is burnishing a breakout season with 14 points over the last 13 games. He needs five points over the final six games for a 50-point season.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: One of each in loss

    Slafkovsky had a goal on six shots, an assist and a hit in Thursday's 7-4 loss to the Lightning. Both points came in the third period when Montreal attempted to mount a comeback. The recently turned 20-year-old Slafkovsky is finishing the season strong with 13 points over the last 12 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Streak rolls to eight

    Slafkovsky had an assist, two shots on net, three blocked shots and two hits in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Avalanche. Slafkovsky directed the puck to the boards where Nick Suzuki won the battle and scored the first of Montreal's two opening-period tallies. The assist extended Slafkovsky's point streak to eight games -- his second eight-game streak this season -- during which he has two goals and seven assists.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Point streak at seven games

    Slafkovsky had an assist and two PIM in Sunday's 5-1 win over Seattle. The assist puts Slafkovsky's point streak at seven games, a stretch in which he's posted two goals and eight points. He's getting big minutes and power-play time, but he's also had one or fewer shots in four of those games. There's been value in his game lately, but with the low shot totals, he'll need to either get more pucks on net or keep the helpers coming to push the streak forward.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Streaks to five games

    Slafkovsky had an assist, two shots on net, three hits and two penalty minutes in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Oilers. Slafkovsky picked up a primary assist when his pass deflected off Nick Suzuki's skate and into the net. It was the fifth consecutive game with a point for the 19-year-old Slafkovsky, who has a goal and five assists during that stretch. He's bounced back nicely from an eight-game stretch in which he had just one point, which is a sign of Slafkovsky's growth and confidence in his second NHL season.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Runs streak to four games

    Slafkovsky had an assist, three shots, one blocked shot, one hit and two penalty minutes in Saturday's 5-2 loss to Calgary. Slafkovsky picked up the secondary assist on Cole Caufield's second-period strike and extended his point streak to four games. The 19-year-old forward has 14 goals and 22 assists through 67 games.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Records assist in OT loss

    Slafkovsky had an assist, a blocked shot and a hit in Thursday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Bruins. Slafkovsky corralled a loose puck in front of Linus Ullmark and found Suzuki at the side of the net for a first-period equalizer. The assist extended a point streak to three consecutive games and upped his season total to 35. The streak comes after the 19-year-old went eight games with just one point.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Logs three hits

    Slafkovsky logged one shot on goal and three hits in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Predators. After being a game-time decision due to an undisclosed injury, Slafkovsky was in his regular spot on the first line being centered by Nick Suzuki. The 2022 first overall pick continues to show flashes of his potential but consistency remains a concern. He generates some scoring chances, but fantasy managers might need to be patient and hope he can start translating those chances into more points before adding him as a starting forward.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Two points in loss

    Slafkovsky scored a goal on two shots over 19:59 of ice time in Thursday's 7-4 loss to the Rangers. Slafkovsky fired a laser past Jonathan Quick late in the second period to extend his point streak to seven games, setting the franchise record for most consecutive games with a point by a teenager. Slafkovsky later assisted on a Cole Caufield tally. Slafkovsky has 11 points during his streak and five in the last two contests.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Lights lamp in win

    Slafkovsky had a goal and an assist on the power play and added an even-strength assist in Tuesday's 5-0 win over Anaheim. He added three shots and two hits to his line over 20:51 of ice time. Montreal's top line remained blisteringly hot, as Slafkovsky and Nick Suzuki accounted for three of the team's five tallies. The goal was the fifth in the last five games for Slafkovsky, who has points (nine) in six straight contests, including five on the power play.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Extends goal streak

    Slafkovsky had a goal on two shots, one block and two hits over 19:30 of ice time in Saturday's 3-2 loss to Dallas. Slafkovsky beat Jake Oettinger over the shoulder from a sharp angle to put the final touches on a wild second period. The tally extended Slafkovsky's goal streak to three games and point streak to four. Slafkovsky's move to the top line wasn't an immediate success -- he was held pointless in the first six games following the move -- but it eventually unlocked the 19-year-old's offense. The young Slovak forward has 16 points (eight goals, eight assists) over the last 22 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Scores accidentally

    Slafkovsky scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to Pittsburgh. He finished with five shots and two hits over 17:09 of ice time. Slafkovsky attempted a pass but it instead hit Ryan Graves and redirected into the net. It was Slafkovsky's seventh goal of the season and third over the last seven games. Four of his last five points have come on the power play.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Opens scoring in win

    Slafkovsky scored a goal on two shots and had two blocks over 17:29 of ice time in Wednesday's 3-2 win over New Jersey. It was a night for Montreal's young guns as the 19-year-old Slafkovsky opened the scoring midway through the first period. He hung out in the slot and was in good position to take advantage of a loose puck batted back to him by linemate Cole Caufield. The Canadiens also got goals from the 20-year-old Joshua Roy and the 23-year-old Caufield. Slafkovsky has goals in two straight games and 10 points over the last 15 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Garners helper

    Slafkovsky had an assist and four hits over 19:08 of ice time in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Flyers. Slafkovsky was originally awarded the goal but a review showed that David Savard's shot deflected off Philadelphia's Morgan Frost before going in. The 19-year-old Slafkovsky continues to shine since a move to Montreal's top line. Slafkovsky has eight points over the last 11 games, and he's third on the team overall with 63 hits through 40 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Finishes productive road trip

    Slafkovsky had an assist, one shot on net, one blocked shot and two hits over 19:14 of ice time in Tuesday's 4-3 win over Dallas. Slafkovsky hounded Esa Lindell behind the goal line and with the help of a pinching Jordan Harris won a puck battle to set up Nick Suzuki for the Canadiens' first goal. It was the second straight game with an assist for Slafkovsky, who may have turned a corner during Montreal's extended holiday road trip. The 19-year-old forward logged six points (two goals, four assists) during the Canadiens' seven-game trip.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Logs assist in loss

    Slafkovsky had an assist, one shot on net and one hit over 20:42 of ice time in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Lightning. Mike Matheson's shot toward the net bounced off Slafkovsky onto the stick of Nick Suzuki, who beat Jonas Johansson for Montreal's final goal. Slafkovsky's recently reaped the rewards of skating on the top line with Suzuki and Cole Caufield. The 19-year old forward has two goals and four assists over the last seven contests. Prior to this productive stretch, Slafkovsky had just seven points over his first 29 games.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Collects two points Friday

    Slafkovsky had a goal and an assist in Montreal's 5-2 win over Chicago on Friday. Slafkovsky earned his second straight multi-point game, bringing him up to four goals and 12 points in 33 contests this season. The 19-year-old sophomore has tremendous potential, so his current hot streak is a mere taste of what the future might have him store for him. As far as the 2023-24 campaign is concerned, though, Slafkovsky is likely to be an inconsistent offensive contributor and isn't a sure bet to even reach the 30-point mark.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Two points in OT loss

    Slafkovsky picked up a goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to Minnesota. Both of Slafkovsky's points came in the third period, setting up Nick Suzuki's power-play marker 1:09 into the frame before adding a goal with three minutes left in the contest, deflecting a David Savard shot to tie the game 3-3. The goal was Slafkovsky's first in 13 games -- he had just three assists in that span despite working on Montreal's first line and top power-play unit. Overall, the 19-year-old winger has three goals and 10 points through 32 games in his second NHL season.
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  • Canadiens' Juraj Slafkovsky: Moves to top line

    Slafkovsky had one shot and two hits over 17:14 of ice time in Monday's 4-2 win over Seattle. Slafkovsky was moved to the top line with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield after a tweak of the line combinations. While he didn't have a productive night at first glance, Slafkovsky is doing the things not seen in a box score, per Arpon Basu of The Athletic. "If you don't move your feet, it's hard to use your size," Montreal head coach Martin St. Louis said. "There's anticipation and understanding where the game's going, so I think he's anticipating really well and he gets there on time so he can use his body." St. Louis wanted to give the 19-year-old forward stable linemates this season to foster his development, but that luxury has not been available to the coach due to injuries. Slafkovsky has consistently skated in a top-six role with power-play time, and while his play has pleased Montreal's coaching staff, it hasn't yet paid fantasy dividends. Slafkovsky has two goals on 34 shots (5.9 shooting percentage) and five assists through 25 games.
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