Max Pacioretty RUMORS & NEWS

  • Pacioretty ready for Game 1 vs. Rangers

    TSN "Max Pacioretty joined the Habs for an optional morning skate on Wednesday at Complexe Sportif Bell as expected, showed no ill effects from a high-stick which caused him to leave practice one day earlier with a facial injury. Canadiens coach Claude Julien said Tuesday the Habs’ doctors were..." April 12

  • Pacioretty leaves Habs' practice early

    TSN "The Montreal Canadiens got a scare on the eve of their opening playoff game against the New York Rangers after captain Max Pacioretty left Tuesday's practice after taking a stick to the face from teammate Michael McCarron. The incident happened at the start of the skate at their practice facility..." April 11

  • Canadiens’ Max Pacioretty expects NHLers to go to 2018 Olympics

    Sportsnet "Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty has joined the chorus of players speaking out about the possibility the NHL won’t participate in the 2018 Olympics. “People want to see us go, we want to go,” said Pacioretty, who represented the United States at the 2014 Sochi Games. “I think it helps..." March 22

  • Canadiens’ Max Pacioretty helped off ice in morning skate

    Sportsnet "Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty had to be helped off the ice during the morning skate at the Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday. Pacioretty reportedly took a Shea Weber shot off his right foot. He was unable to put any weight on that leg as he was helped to the dressing room." January 03

  • Pacioretty played with broken foot through November

    Sportsnet "It’s fair to say Montreal’s four-time 30-goal scorer Max Pacioretty has gotten off to a slow start to the season. Through his first 23 games, Pacioretty had just five goals after scoring a combined 106 over the past three seasons. Naturally, this led many people to criticize the captain’s play —..." December 09

  • It sounds like there’s friction between Canadiens captain Pacioretty and coach Therrien

    Pro Hockey Talk "After an incredible start to the season, the Canadiens have cooled off a little bit, but they still own an impressive 16-6-2 record. One of the reasons they’ve hit a rough patch, is because some of their top forwards can’t seem to find the back of the net. Alex Galchenyuk and Alexander..." December 04