Murray & Parros practicing with the team (no contact) Oct. 25
Briere - concussion (Oct 19) - out indefinitely
Prust - right shoulder (Oct 19) - out 4 weeks
Drewiske - shoulder surgery (Oct 16) - out 5-6 months
Pacioretty - left hamstring (Oct 15) - out 3 weeks
Parros - concussion (Oct 1) - DTD - first practice with team Oct. 24 (no contact)
Murray - upper body (Sept 30) - out 4-6 weeks - first practice with team Oct. 25 (no contact)
Emelin - knee surgery (Apr 6) - projected return in November/December - skating regularly, not practicing
Originally Posted by Hockey Inside Out
Joining Prust and Max Pacioretty on the Canadiens’ injured list is Daniel Briere, who is out indefinitely with a concussion suffered in Saturday’s loss to Nashville.
Originally Posted by CTV.ca
MONTREAL -- Montreal Canadiens winger Brandon Prust will be sidelined four weeks with a right shoulder injury.
The team made the announcement Monday via Twitter.
Originally Posted by NHL.com
The Montreal Canadiens announced Wednesday that defenseman Davis Drewiske underwent shoulder surgery Wednesday morning in Montreal.
Recovery time is expected to take 5-6 months.
Originally Posted by PyrettaBlaze
Left hamstring strain for Pacioretty. Out for 3 weeks only!
Originally Posted by EveryDay
Ready for some good news?????
Luc Gelinas @LucGelinasRDS 18 min
Après avoir patiné avec Murray et Emelin, George Parros demeure sur la patinoire pour l'entraînement régulier. #RDS
Parros back with the team!!!!!!!!
Canadiens Montréal @CanadiensMTL 29m
Douglas Murray est sur la glace avec ses coéquipiers pour une première fois./ Douglas Murray is on the ice with his teammates.
Canadiens Montréal @CanadiensMTL 2m
Blessure au haut du corps pour Douglas Murray.Absence de 4 à 6 semaines/Murray has an upper-body injury and will be out 4 to 6 weeks
Arpon Basu @ArponBasu 23h
#Habs Michel Therrien said none of the injured players skating - Emelin, Murray, Parros - are expected back "in the short term"
Last edited by hototogisu: 10-25-2013 at 10:27 AM.
As much as I LOVE Tinordi, I'd expect that Murray is still a better player in his role than Tinordi is. Unless Murray hurts this team, which is very unliky at this point, I don't mind Tinordi being behind Murray at the depth chart.
Besides, I don't think Murray is Tinordi's competition anyways, it's Boullion.
Last edited by Gary320: 09-19-2013 at 07:38 AM.
Reason: Removed original quote
I don't know about Murray being better than Tinordi at this point. He's certainly more physical and has more experience, but better? Tinordi looked pretty good at the end of last season and has been a force in camp and in the exhibitions. Good gap control, active stick, a good physical balance, improved passing, better anticipation.
I don't know about Murray being better than Tinordi at this point. He's certainly more physical and has more experience, but better? Tinordi looked pretty good at the end of last season and has been a force in camp and in the exhibitions.
For sure, I like Tinordi a lot. I have hopes that he will become Subban's partner on the top pairing for years. Nevertheless, he did receive protected minutes last year,and it was in only a handful of games. And while he has been good so far in pre-season games, it's still only pre-season.
Murray may not be what he used to be, but I would give them both numerous games this year before saying that the rookie is better than the still fairly good bottom pairing D in my opinion, especially one as experiences as Murray.
I like Tinordi a lot, yet, because of our depth on D this year, I'd like to see how Tinordi performs in the AHL this year. Yet, our need for another big defencemen (who happens to be good) may force our hand.
Nothing major. They said it's absolutely not dangerous that he missed the opening game. Probably just a groin pull like 90% of the injuries in training camp.
A few here are way too optimistic on Tinordi as soon as this season. People forget how young he is. I don't want his physical game to stop developing there, at this point. And I still want him to get PK1 minutes wherever he plays. An additional game in the AHL might not be that bad for him. Plus, in the Boston game, he actually looked way less efficient than in the Buffalo game. Even Therrien mentionned it in the post-game interview.