An injury update on the goaltender.
The goaltender was left unprotected by the Canadiens.
The culprit is the same foot/ankle injury that forced him to miss time last season.
The defenceman missed the last game, and would replace Jon Merrill.
The winger left the game in the first period.
The forward will be away for the team for personal reasons.
The report after the game was that Tatar had been dealing with an ailment coming into Saturday’s contest.
After Montreal has made a goalie switch to start the second period, it will be another extended absence.
It’s a familiar report for the right-winger.
The Canadiens defender underwent surgery for a broken hand.
The defenceman appeared to hurt his hand in a fight.
The forward went down heavily after a slewfoot in the first period.
The Canucks defenceman will not be suspended for his hit on Joel Armia.
The defenceman was assessed a major and a match penalty for a hit to the head on the play.
The news gets worse for the Canadiens forward.
The forward’s mouth was bloodied in a missed cross-check from Matt Niskanen in the final minutes.
The Canadiens forward may have to leave the bubble which would rule him out of Game 6.
The forward was playing his first NHL post-season game.
The forward’s head hit the boards early in the second period.
The Habs have been hit by the virus just ahead of the start of Phase 3.
It seems his spleen injury is too much to recover from in the short term.
The centre is returning to Montreal for further evaluations.
He returned late in the first, but has been ruled out of the remainder of the game.
The defenceman played 51 games this year.