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Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
47-18-15 109
51-24-6 108
46-24-10 102
44-28-8 96
39-32-9 87
38-37-6 82
36-40-4 76
30-36-14 74

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2023 Stats

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Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
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Regular Season 11 14 -4 17:30 22

Top Jordan Harris News

  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Pots goal in loss

    Harris scored a goal on one shot, blocked four shots and delivered one hit in Thursday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Islanders.

    Harris' slapshot whizzed by a screened Semyon Varlamov to put the Canadiens up late in the first period. It was the third goal of the season for Harris, who was coming off a three-assist night against the Flyers on Tuesday. The 23-year-old defenseman, who has battled injuries this season, is up to 14 points over 54 games.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Supplies three helpers

    Harris registered three assists in a 9-3 win over Philadelphia on Tuesday.

    Harris snapped a seven-game scoring drought. He has two goals and 13 points in 53 outings in 2023-24. Although Harris came up big Tuesday, the 23-year-old blueliner isn't known for his offensive contributions and that's not projected to change.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Two points in win

    Harris had a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Arizona. He finished with four shots on net, two blocks and one hit.

    After blocking a shot at the point, Harris led a two-on-one break and, using Josh Anderson as a decoy, changed the angle to beat Connor Ingram to the far side. He later assisted on Tanner Pearson's game winner. The defenseman recorded his first points in four games since returning from an upper-body injury. Harris has two goals, six assists and 49 blocks through 35 contests.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Returns to action

    Harris returned to action for Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Sabres after missing three games due to a concussion, Herb Zurkowsky of the Montreal Gazette reports.

    Harris joined fellow Northeastern University alumni Jayden Struble on the third pairing Wednesday, logging 17 shifts and 15:28 of ice time. Harris has collected six points through 32 contests this campaign.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Good to go

    Harris (upper body) feels ready to rejoin the lineup, Sportsnet's Priyanta Emrith reports.

    Although Harris is now seemingly healthy enough to play, there's no guarantee he'll be in the lineup against Buffalo on Wednesday, as he's sat as a healthy scratch on occassion this season. Harris has collected six points through 31 contests this year.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Still out Saturday

    Harris (upper body) won't play Saturday versus the Capitals, Arpon Basu of The Athletic reports.

    Harris will miss his third straight game with the injury. The 23-year-old defenseman is still considered day-to-day, but it's unclear when he might be ready to play again. The Canadiens' next game is Wednesday versus the Sabres.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Out Thursday

    Harris (upper body) won't play Thursday against the Rangers, per the NHL media site.

    Harris, who also missed Tuesday's 5-0 win over Anaheim, has a goal and six points in 31 outings in 2023-24. When he's ready to return, Harris might serve on the third pairing.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Considered day-to-day

    Harris (upper body) is not expected to play Tuesday against Anaheim.

    Harris is considered day-to-day after suffering an upper-body injury in Sunday's 7-2 loss to St. Louis. He has supplied six points and 47 blocked shots over 31 outings this season. Arber Xhekaj is projected to replace Harris in the lineup versus the Ducks.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Exits Sunday's game

    Harris (upper body) won't return to Sunday's contest versus the Blues.

    Harris logged just 1:34 of ice time prior to leaving the contest. If he can't play Tuesday against Anaheim, Arber Xhekaj will probably draw back into the lineup.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Healthy scratch

    Harris was a healthy scratch for Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Senators.

    Harris was shuffled to the press box as Johnny Kovacevic replaced him on the blue line. The Canadiens also had Arber Xhekaj in the lineup -- he replaced Justin Barron, who was demoted to the minors Monday.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Sets up game-winner

    Harris had an assist, one shot on net and one block over 17:28 of ice time in Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Devils.

    Harris' blast from the point was stopped by Nico Daws, but Sean Monahan and Cole Caufield were net front to take advantage of the rebound that led to Caufield's game-winner. The helper was the defenseman's fifth of the season and gave Harris six points through 27 games.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Two-point effort Tuesday

    Harris scored his first goal of the season and added an assist in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Stars.

    It's the first multi-point performance of the season for the 23-year-old blueliner. Harris scored the only tally of the second period by collecting the puck in his own end and then finishing a three-on-two rush by snapping a shot past Scott Wedgewood. The points were the first in four games for Harris since he returned from a lower-body injury, and on the season he has a modest five points in 20 contests.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Playing Thursday

    Harris (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Thursday.

    Harris has missed the last 15 games and 17 of the past 18 contests. He has only three assists in 16 games this season, along with 28 blocked shots. With Harris back in the lineup, Johnny Kovacevic is expected to head up to the press box as a healthy scratch.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Starting to skate

    Harris (lower body) will begin skating but is still 10-14 days away from returning to action, the team announced Tuesday.

    Based on his recovery timeline, Harris looks set to be on the shelf through the holiday break with Dec. 28 versus Carolina as a potential return date. The 23-year-old blueliner has missed 10 consecutive contests and figures to be sidelined for at least five more. When healthy, the Massachusetts native has managed just three assists in 16 games and is still searching for his first goal of the campaign.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Ruled out indefinitely

    Harris suffered a lower-body injury this week that will sidelined him indefinitely, the Habs announced Tuesday.

    Harris will almost certainly be placed on injured reserve in the coming days in order to free up a roster spot. The blueliner had just returned from an upper-body injury that cost him two games and now will likely be out long term. Looking at the Habs' minor-league affiliate, Brady Keeper or Nicolas Beaudin could be in line for a promotion in Harris' stead.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Shifts to IR

    Harris (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

    In a corresponding move, Mattias Norlinder was called up from AHL Laval. Harris is out indefinitely due to a lower-body issue. He has generated three assists, 12 shots on goal and 28 blocked shots in 16 games this season.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Ready to return Saturday

    Harris (upper body) will draw back into the lineup Saturday versus Boston, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports.

    Harris missed Montreal's previous two games because of the injury. He has three assists, eight PIM, nine shots, five hits and 27 blocks in 15 contests this season. Arber Xhekaj is unavailable Saturday due to an upper-body injury, so Harris will take his place on the blue line.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Ready to return

    Harris (upper body) has been medically cleared to return to the lineup and could play Saturday in Boston, per Jean-Francois Chaumont of Le Journal de Montreal.

    Harris has missed the last two games. He suffered the injury against the Bruins on Nov. 11 but managed to play the following night versus Vancouver before missing the last two contests. Harris has three assists and 27 blocked shots in 15 games this season.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Not expected to play Thursday

    Harris (upper body) isn't ready to return for Thursday's game against Vegas, freelance NHL writer Priyanta Emrith.

    It will be Montreal's second straight game without Harris. He has three assists, eight PIM, nine shots, five hits and 27 blocks in 15 contests this season. With Harris out, Gustav Lindstrom is likely to remain in the lineup for a second straight game.

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  • Canadiens' Jordan Harris: Not playing Tuesday

    Harris (upper body) won't play Tuesday against Calgary, according to Eric Engels of Sportsnet.

    Per Engels, Harris will be replaced in the lineup by Gustav Lindstrom. The 23-year-old Harris logged 20:00 of ice time in Sunday's 5-2 loss to Vancouver after suffering an upper-body injury in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over Boston. The injury may have caught up to him, which could be why he is considered day-to-day now. Harris has three assists and 27 blocked shots in 15 contests this campaign.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 179 lbs
Birthplace: Haverhill, MA
Age: 23
Experience: 2