Pacioretty (illness) will be a game-time decision against the Blackhawks on Thursday.
Pacioretty was scratched with an illness on Tuesday.
Pacioretty (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Pacioretty has been absolutely red-hot as of late, scoring eight goals with three assists (11 points) in his last eight games. Pacioretty is fighting a sickness and is officially listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s game vs. the Capitals. Keep an eye on his status as the Golden Knights hit the ice for warmups at 9:30 pm.
Pacioretty (upper-body) is expected to play Tuesday vs. the Maple Leafs.
Pacioretty has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury that he suffered vs.the Lightning on October 26th. Pacioretty will be back on a line with Erik Haula and Alex Tuch. He has just two goals in 10 games, but it is not for a lack of trying—the winger has 26 shots on goal, so that 7.7 SH% should improve closer to his career mark of 11.0%.
Source: Luke Fox 11/6/18, 12:20 pm EST
Pacioretty (upper-body) practiced on Monday but remains questionable for Tuesday.
Pacioretty has been sidelined for the last four games, but could play Tuesday in Toronto. Pacioretty has had a slow start to the season, scoring just two goals on 26 shots in 10 games before getting hurt. Monitor his status during Tuesday’s morning skate.
Pacioretty took part in Saturday’s morning skate but won’t play vs. the Hurricanes.
Pacioretty (upper-body) did not travel on the Golden Knights two-game road-trip.
Pacioretty will mis at least the next two games so the next chance he’ll have to play is at home vs. the Hurricanes on Saturday. With Pacioretty still out, Tomas Hyka will skate on the second line again.
Pacioretty (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
Pacioretty is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Source: Sheng Peng 10/27/18, 3:31 pm EST
The Golden Knights signed Max Pacioretty to a four-year, $28M ($7.0M AAV) extension.
The Golden Knights have acquired Max Pacioretty from the Canadiens for Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki and a 2019 2nd Round Pick.
Pacioretty is entering the final season of a six-year, $27M contract that he signed back in 2012. Despite a down-year in 2018, Pacioretty has been one of the NHL’s most consistent goal-scorers in recent years, scoring 30-plus goals in five of the last six (full 82 game) seasons. Since 2011-12, Pacioretty ranks ninth in the NHL in goals (206) and 25th in points (399). A career-worst 8.0 shooting percentage can be to blame for last year’s drop in production. Expect Pacioretty to thrive on a powerful Vegas offence and return to 30-goals in 2019.
Pacioretty is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a knee injury.
Pacioretty suffered the injury against the Islanders on March 2nd and will be out until at least early-April. Pacioretty’s 2017-18 season could potentially be over with 17 goals and 20 assists (37 points) in 64 games.
Pacioretty (lower-body) has returned to Montreal; will not play on Saturday.
Pacioretty left late in last night’s win over the Islanders and will have to come out of the lineup tonight in Boston. With the season all but over for the Canadiens, there’s no need to force Pacioretty into any games down the stretch. He has returned to Montreal to be re-evaluated.
Source: Arpon Basu 03/3/18, 4:08 pm EST
Pacioretty (face) will be in the lineup for Game 1.
Source: John Lu 04/12/17, 8:01 am EST
Pacioretty (rest) did not travel to Detroit.
Pacioretty (illness) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. the Blues.
Pacioretty (illness) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Pacioretty missed the Canadiens' morning skate because of an illness, but he is listed as a game-time decision. Brian Flynn was a placeholder for Pacioretty this morning, so expect their lines to be shuffled if Pacioretty cannot play tonight.
Source: John Lu 02/11/17, 6:45 am EST
Pacioretty (foot) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. Nashville.
Source: Arpon Basu 01/3/17, 2:33 pm EST
Pacioretty (foot) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Pacioretty left the morning skate after being hit in the foot by Shea Weber shot. Pacioretty was reportedly unable to put any weight on his foot as he hobbled off of the ice and we all know how hard Weber can fire the puck, so the Canadiens’ doctors will keep a close eye on Pacioretty’s foot in the hopes that it doesn’t swell up so he can be available tonight.
Pacioretty left Tuesday's game with a face injury and did not return.
Source: John Lu 01/26/16, 4:54 pm EST