Hudon is expected to be in the Canadiens lineup on Saturday.
Hudon has been a healthy scratch for the last five games but is expected to replace Matthew Peca on Saturday. Hudon has had a quiet year, scoring just three goals with one assist in 24 games.
Source: John Lu 01/19/19, 5:27 pm EST
Hudon will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Hudon was in the Canadiens lineup for Tuesday’s game in Detroit but will be replaced by Nicolas Deslauriers on Thursday.
Hudon will draw into the Canadiens lineup on Tuesday.
Hudon has been a healthy scratch for the last seven games but will replace Nicolas Deslauriers on Tuesday. Hudon has just three gaols and one assist in 23 games this season.
Hudon will draw back into the Canadiens lineup on Saturday.
Hudon will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Source: Arpon Basu 11/23/18, 1:53 pm EST
Hudon will be back in the Canadiens lineup on Saturday.
Hudon has not played during the last three games but will return to the lineup in Boston. There’s no word on who Hudon will replace, but he returns with two goals and one assist in six games this season.
Hudon (hand) will not play vs. the Islanders on Friday.
Hudon took a shot off of the hand on Wednesday and has some difficulty shooting, so he will come out of the lineup on Friday. With Hudon out, Daniel Carr will draw back into the Montreal lineup. Hudon is day-to-day.
The Canadiens have sent Charles Hudon to St. John's (AHL).
Hudon appeared in three games with the Canadiens in mid-November before suffering an upper-body injury that forced him to miss the last five games. He returns to St. John’s where he has collected 14 points (9G / 5A) in 15 games.
Hudon is out indefinitely with a broken sternum.
Source: Pat Hickey 11/26/16, 8:50 am EST
Hudon (upper-body) will not play Saturday in Detroit.
Hudon was injured in a practice session on Friday and did not travel to Detroit with the team for Saturday’s game. Hudon has collected two assists in three games this season and is expected to be replaced by Daniel Carr in the lineup.
The Canadiens have recalled Charles Hudon from St. John’s (AHL).
Source: Stu Cowan 03/12/16, 5:49 am EST