Alexander Galchenyuk, who scored the overtime winner Thursday night, is beginning to look more at home on a line with Tomas Plekanec and Brian Gionta.
Alex Galchenyuk played hero for Montreal Thursday as he was credited with the overtime winner in the Canadiens' 3-2 overtime win over the Rangers.
Canadiens coach Michel Therrien expects Alex Galchenyuk to improve as the Eastern Conference Final progresses.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) was back in Montreal's lineup for Game 2 against the New York Rangers.
It doesn't sound like a green light to add him to your playoff team right this moment, but the Montreal Canadiens are at least leaving the door open for Alex Galchenyuk to play in Game 2 on Monday.
Although he has been cleared for contract, Alex Galchenyuk will need practice time to get into game shape before he will be a roster consideration.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) has been cleared for contact.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) was on the ice again on Wednesday.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) skated by himself on Sunday.
It looks as if Aex Galchenyuk will not be ready to play at the start of the second round of the playoffs.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) hasn't skated since he was injured on April 9.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) may have to wait for the Canadiens to win another round in the playoffs before he can return to the lineup.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) won't play in the first round of the playoffs.
Alex Galchenyuk sustained a lower-body injury in Wednesday's overtime loss to Chicago.