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2023 57.59.6 6 3 9 9 16:32
2022 63.7521.3 3 12 15 3 17:25
2021 1.50.4 1 10:45
3y Avg. 35.2517.6 2 6 8 2 16:53
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Can't finish contest

    Kovacevic sustained an undisclosed injury Saturday versus the Lightning, Eric Engels of Sportsnet reports. Kovacevic left the game in the third period and did not return. It's unclear what is the nature of his injury or if he'll be available to play Tuesday versus the Predators. With Jayden Struble (lower body) also questionable for Tuesday, the Canadiens may need to make a roster move to have a full complement of defensemen.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Lone tally in loss

    Kovacevic scored a goal on three shots and had two hits over 15:15 of ice time in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to Ottawa. Kovacevic gave the listless Canadiens life in third period with his sixth goal of the season, but that was all Montreal could muster in its third straight defeat, two coming at the hands of the last-place Senators. Head coach Martin St. Louis rejiggered the blue line, calling up Arber Xhekaj and inserting Kovacevic, who was a healthy scratch in eight of the last 14 games, in place of Jordan Harris.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Scratched Thursday

    Kovacevic was a healthy scratch Thursday against Carolina. Jordan Harris returned from a lower-body injury, and it was Kovacevic taking a seat instead of Jayden Struble, who skated with Harris on the same pair versus the Hurricanes.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Sets up blue line partner

    Kovacevic logged an assist, one shot on net, one blocked shot, one hit and two PIM over 20:50 of ice time in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win over Buffalo. Kovacevic and blue line partner Jayden Struble combined to produce Montreal's first goal. Struble passed to Kovacevic in the neutral zone and continued toward the net, where he was in position to redirect Kovacevic's return feed past Devon Levi midway through the second period. The helper was the first of the season for Kovacevic, who also has four goals. He's logged all five points in the last 11 games, as Montreal's blueliners continue to be a significant source of offense.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Bright spot in loss

    Kovacevic scored a goal on one shot in Thursday's 5-1 loss to Florida. He added one blocked shot and two hits to his line over 16:48 of ice time. Kovacevic moved in from the point to spoil Sergei Bobrovsky's shutout bid in the third period for his fourth goal of the season. The tally established a new career high for the defenseman, who scored three times in 77 games last year. All four goals have come in the last seven games, after Kovacevic began this season without finding the scoresheet over the first 16 contests. Montreal's blue line is responsible for 28 percent of the team's offense -- 18 of 64 goals scored.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Scores back-to-back

    Kovacevic scored a goal on two shots in Saturday's 5-2 loss to Boston. He also had one hit and six PIM over 16:33 of ice time. Kovacevic took a feed from Christian Dvorak in the slot and had a couple of whacks at the puck before putting it behind Jeremy Swayman for Montreal's second goal. It was the second straight game with a goal for the blueliner, who scored in similar fashion Thursday. Saturday's game was a mixed bag for Kovacevic, however, as he was in the box when the Bruins scored their first goal. The 26-year-old has two points (both goals) and 10 PIM over 18 games.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Logs first point

    Kovacevic had a goal on one shot and blocked one shot over 21:27 of ice time in Thursday's 6-5 loss to the Golden Knights. Kovacevic filled space in the slot and was in position to take advantage of a blocked shot to rifle his first goal. In fact, it was his first point since a tally Apr. 8 of last season. The stay-at-home blueliner is typically not involved on offense -- he has 16 points over 98 career games in the NHL.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Finishes on top pair

    Kovacevic blocked two shots and recorded a hit over 22:52 of ice time in Thursday's 4-3 overtime win against Columbus. Kovacevic began the game on the second pair -- his usual role -- but was elevated to the top pair to play with Mike Matheson at the start of the third period. Kovacevic, a third-year blueliner, logged a season-high TOI and was entrusted to kill off a Brendan Gallagher penalty late in regulation that spilled into OT. Kovacevic is considered a defensively responsible partner that may be a better fit with Matheson than Justin Barron. With David Savard (hand) slated to be out until early December, Montreal head coach Martin St. Louis is looking for an appropriate partner for Matheson. He first tried the similarly skilled Barron but eventually landed on Kovacevic.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Logs assist in loss

    Kovacevic had an assist and two blocked shots over 16:19 of ice time in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Senators. Kovacevic jumped on an Ottawa turnover in his own end and perfectly fed Nick Suzuki for a breakaway goal. The rookie blueliner has points in three straight games (one goal, two assists) and is up to 10 points through 54 contests. Montreal's defensemen have picked up the scoring pace in the last week, potting five goals and dishing seven assists over the last three games.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Adds assist in win

    Kovacevic had an assist, two hits and one blocked shot over 19:57 of ice time in Friday's 5-2 win over the Flyers. Kovacevic picked up the secondary helper on newcomer Chris Tierney's goal with five seconds remaining in the first period. It was the second consecutive game with a point for Kovacevic, who has nine over 53 contests.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Snares assist in win

    Kovacevic had an assist, two shots on goal and one blocked shot over 18:23 of ice time in Sunday's 6-2 win over Edmonton. Kovacevic helped out on the first of Jordan Harris' two goals. It was his first point in 11 games and just the seventh of the season. He and rest of the blueline crew received extra TOI due to Arber Xhekaj (undisclosed) leaving the game.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Pots first NHL goal

    Kovacevic scored a goal on two shots and blocked two shots in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Kraken. Kovacevic's first NHL tally opened the scoring at 12:56 of the first period. He wouldn't be the only player in the game to achieve that milestone, as Shane Wright responded less than three minutes later. Kovacevic now has a goal, three assists, 33 shots on net, a plus-5 rating, 26 hits and 24 blocked shots in 23 appearances this season. He'll likely continue to see bottom-four minutes, though it seems he's mostly solidified a place in the lineup.
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  • Canadiens' Johnny Kovacevic: Generates assist in loss

    Kovacevic had an assist, one shot on goal and three hits over 18:06 of ice time in Saturday's 5-3 loss to Edmonton. Kovacevic was the secondary helper on Evgenii Dadonov's second-period goal. It was the third assist of the season for the blueliner, who skates on the third pair.
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  • Jets' Johnny Kovacevic: Recalled by Winnipeg

    Kovacevic was recalled from AHL Manitoba on Monday. Kovacevic was one of four players recalled Monday, three of whom were defensemen. The Jets are dealing with injuries and a COVID-19 outbreak, so Kovacevic could have an opportunity to make his fourth NHL appearance Tuesday against the Wild. He's still in search of his first NHL point.
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  • Jets' Johnny Kovacevic: Joins AHL Manitoba

    Kovacevic was demoted from the active roster to AHL Manitoba on Wednesday. Kovacevic will rejoin AHL Manitoba, where he has recorded seven goals and seven assists over 32 games this season. The 24-year-old has averaged 11:24 of ice time and been held without a point over the last three NHL games.
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  • Jets' Johnny Kovacevic: Recalled, in lineup

    Kovacevic was promoted to the active roster and will play Tuesday versus the Flyers, Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site reports. Kovacevic will start the game in a third-pairing role alongside Josh Morrissey, who is returning from COVID-19 protocols. The 24-year-old Kovacevic has yet to record a point in two appearances this season.
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  • Jets' Johnny Kovacevic: On active roster

    Kovacevic was recalled from the taxi squad to the active roster Saturday. Kovacevic skated for 10:21 and was held without a point in his NHL debut Thursday. He is a candidate to see semi-regular NHL opportunities while Dylan Samberg (upper body) and Dylan DeMelo (lower body) remain on injured reserve.
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  • Jets' Johnny Kovacevic: Assigned to active roster

    Kovacevic was elevated from the taxi squad to the active roster Thursday. Kovacevic could make his NHL debut as soon as Thursday's game against Vancouver. The 24-year-old has logged 14 points over 32 appearances this season for AHL Manitoba.
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  • Jets' Johnny Kovacevic: Joins big club

    Kovacevic was promoted from the taxi squad for Tuesday's tilt with Florida. Kovacevic has 14 points through 32 games with AHL Manitoba this season. He hasn't made his NHL debut yet and will likely be a healthy scratch Tuesday.
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  • Jets' Johnny Kovacevic: Joins taxi squad

    Kovacevic was added to the Jets' taxi squad Tuesday. Kovacevic has spent the past three seasons playing in the minors for AHL Manitoba for which he has registered seven goals and seven helpers in 32 games this year. Selected by the organization in the third round of the 2017 NHL Draft, the 24-year-old blueliner would be making his NHL debut if added to the active roster prior to puck drop of Tuesday's clash with Florida.
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