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We (Mods) try to avoid this thread every year, but inevitably someone goes ahead and posts it regardless. I'll be the bad guy this upcoming season, but i'll try and soften the blow as much as possible. Here goes....

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Pacioretty: injured knee training yesterday. Out for 3 months. Going to be pretty close as to whether he can make it back for the start of the season and even then, he'll be behind in conditioning. Makes our LW extremely weak rif he misses any kind of time. The team absolutely has to move Galchenyuk to center and if it does that, it really emphasizes the need to acquire some help on the left side.

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looks like Galchenyuk is the new #1 left winger at least to start the season. this should be fun

Max may well be back to start the year, but just not in the best shape if he misses most or all of camp... the concern I have is what you just stated: that this may derail any plans to move Galchenyuk to center, simply because we have zero NHL-proven scoring left wingers with Max out. Zero.

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Habs I/O, posted today:

"Injured Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty spent nearly an hour on the ice in Brossard Monday morning as he continues to rehab his injured left leg.

He skated for about 45 minutes, doing a series intense of skating and shooting drills and looked to be pushing himself hard with the trainers."

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Bournival is suffering from post-concussion syndrome.

He had participated in a few exercises before failing his neurological exam. As a result, Bournival is now being held out indefinitely by team physicians.

Wasn't he also injured during last year's training camp? Tough luck.

Yeah and it seems like that concussion was affecting him for much of last year. He wouldnt tell anyone about it. :(

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Yeah and it seems like that concussion was affecting him for much of last year. He wouldnt tell anyone about it. :(

Is this the same concussion? If it is I don't think his hockey future is too bright.

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Defenceman Noah Juulsen, the Canadiens’ first-round pick in 2015 returned to practice Sunday after missing all of camp with a concussion.

Forward Nikita Scherbak, who was selected 26th overall by Montreal at the 2014 draft, also took part in practice Sunday after missing the last week with an ankle injury.

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