Byron (wrist) will not play on Saturday.
Source: John Lu 04/6/19, 12:11 pm EST
Byron (upper-body) will return to the Canadiens lineup on Tuesday.
Byron was involved in a scary situation in which he had to be helped off of the ice after a fight with MacKenzie Weegar on March 26th. Byron will draw back into the lineup on the Canadiens fourth line with Nate Thompson and Jesperi Kotkaniemi.
Byron (upper-body) did not travel to Columbus for Thursday’s game.
Byron (illness) will be a game-time decision for Friday's game against the Rangers.
The Canadiens have activated Paul Byron from IR.
Byron was listed as a game-time decision for Tuesday’s game and activating him from IR confirms that he will return to the lineup. Dale Weise was sent to Laval (AHL) to clear a roster spot for Byron.
Byron (arm) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Byron has missed the last six games but was on the ice for the morning skate and could return Tuesday vs. the Blue Jackets. Byron has 10 goals and nine assists (19 points) in 36 games this season.
Source: Arpon Basu 02/19/19, 1:23 pm EST
Byron was suspended for three games for charging Panthers defenseman MacKenzie Weegar.
Byron’s suspension means that he will not play Friday in Columbus, Saturday vs. the Flyers or next Wednesday vs. the Coyotes. Charles Hudon and/or Matthew Peca will likely replace Byron on Friday.
Source: Stu Cowan 01/17/19, 12:58 pm EST
Byron (lower-body) is expected to be back on Saturday.
Byron has been out since October 30th but took line rushes on Thursday morning and will likely make his return to the lineup on Saturday. To make room for Byron, Victor Mete was sent to Laval (AHL).
Byron is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Byron has been out since October 30th and is expected to miss a couple more weeks after the Canadiens called him “week-to-week.” With Byron out, Andrew Shaw has taken on a larger role.
Source: Arpon Basu 11/8/18, 12:25 pm EST
Byron remains day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Source: Stu Cowan 11/3/18, 12:49 pm EST
Byron is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Byron was forced to leave Tuesday’s game vs. the Stars with a lower-body injury. Byron played just 8:41 TOI before leaving the contest and is not expected to play Thursday vs. the Capitals.
Source: Stu Cowan 10/31/18, 1:48 pm EST
The Canadiens signed Paul Byron to a four-year extension worth $13.6 million ($3.4M AAV).
Byron has enjoyed the best seasons of his career during his last two years in Montreal. The 29-year-old winger has registered back-to-back 20 goals seasons while averaging 39 points during that span. Byron is a versatile forward, who is capable of playing up and down the Canadiens’ lineup.
Byron (upper-body) is expected to play Thursday in Carolina.
Byron (illness) will play on Sunday.
Byron (upper-body) will return to the Canadiens lineup on Monday.
Byron missed Saturday’s game in Toronto with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Wednesday. Byron, who has 12 goals and 11 assists (23 points) in 39 games will replace Daniel Carr vs. the Capitals.
Byron will make his Canadiens debut on Thursday.
Bryon has sat out the first 10 games of the season, but will make his Habs’ debut tonight vs. the Oilers. Byron had 19 points (6G / 13A) in 57 games with the Flames last season.
Byron will not make his Canadiens’ debut on Wednesday.
Byron was claimed off of waivers on Tuesday, but will be held out of the lineup for the season opener vs. the Maple Leafs.
The Canadiens have claimed Paul Byron off of waivers from Calgary.
Byron, 26, has been a nice depth piece for the Flames over the last few seasons, but after Zack Kassian was suspended indefinitely on Monday, the Habs claimed Byron from Calgary. Byron had six goals and 13 assists (19 points) in 57 games with the Flames last season.
The Flames and Paul Byron avoided arbitration by agreeing on a one-year contract.
The Flames have placed Paul Byron (lower-body) on IR.
Byron has missed the last two games and will likely miss a few more games after being moved to IR this afternoon. His movement to IR created a roster spot for the Flames to recall Michael Ferland from Adirondack (AHL).