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Nick Suzuki named ambassador for the Asista Foundation

MONTREAL - As an elite athlete, Nick Suzuki knows the value of training. That's why he's the perfect ambassador for the Asista Foundation, which focuses on rescuing dogs from difficult situations and giving them a new lease on life by training them to be service dogs. In turn, those service...
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The future is bright with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield

MONTREAL -- With the Canadiens' season coming to an end, there was a certain sense of renewal in the air among both fans and players. When the team gathered following a 10-2 win to close out the year, Samuel Montembeault and Brendan Gallagher were greeted by a constant chorus of cheers as they held court at center ice to thank fans for their loyal support.
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Nick Suzuki wins the Canadiens' Molson Cup Player of the Year

MONTREAL - Montreal Canadiens forward Nick Suzuki has been named the winner of the Molson Cup Player of the Year for the 2021-22 season. The first-time recipient earned the monthly award outright in November and, uniquely, was named co-winner of the trophy in March, alongside Cole Caufield. The trophy is...
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Slides assist in win

Suzuki had an assist, one shot on net, one hit and two penalty minutes in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Rangers. Suzuki set up Mike Hoffman midway through the third period to give Montreal a 3-2 lead. The Canadiens' difficult season has not held Suzuki back. The top-line center, who's on a point-per-game pace over the last 32 contests, notched his 60th point of the season.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Closes gap

Suzuki scored a goal on one shot in Sunday's 5-3 loss to Boston. Michael Pezzetta and Mathieu Perreault did the heavy lifting in the corner before Suzuki was open in the slot for a goal that made it a 4-3 game midway through the third period. It was Suzuki's 21st of the season. The top-line center has 31 points over the last 31 games, never going more than one contest without hitting the scoresheet.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Tallies in loss

Suzuki had a goal on five shots and blocked one shot in Saturday's 8-4 loss to Washington. The tally was both meaningless and a milestone for the 22-year-old Suzuki. The goal with five minutes left in the third period made it a 7-4 game, but it was also Suzuki's 20th marker of the season, his first such accomplishment in three NHL seasons. In what was been a difficult season for the organization and its players, Suzuki has managed to turn around a slow start with 38 points over his last 39 games.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Runs point streak to four

Suzuki had a power-play assist, one shot on net and one blocked shot in Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Blue Jackets. Nine seconds into the power play, Suzuki's wrist shot was redirected by Ryan Poehling for Montreal's lone offense. The assist gives Suzuki a team-high 20 power-play points. It was the fourth consecutive game with a point for Suzuki, who has gone no more than one game without a point over the last 25 contests.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Generates assist in loss

Suzuki notched an assist and a minus-2 rating in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Jets. Suzuki won a faceoff back to Jeff Petry, who took a shot that went in off Josh Anderson's knee. The 22-year-old Suzuki is still running hot -- the assist was his 12th point in the last 13 games. The center has 19 tallies, 36 helpers, 172 shots on net, 86 hits and a minus-25 rating while logging top-line minutes through 73 contests this year.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Ignites scoring spree

Suzuki scored a goal on two shots and assisted on another in Thursday's 7-4 win over New Jersey. He added one hit and one blocked shot while finishing plus-1 over 17:41 of ice time. Suzuki started Montreal's scoring binge in the first period when his wrist shot beat Andrew Hammond...
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Cole Caufield and Nick Suzuki earn Molson Cup for March

MONTREAL - Forwards Cole Caufield and Nick Suzuki are the Molson Cup recipients for the month of March. Caufield and Suzuki both led the team with seven goals, eight power play points and 44 shots in 15 games in March. They finished ahead of teammate Jake Allen. Caufield, who also...
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Sets up pair in win

Suzuki had a pair of assists, one on the power play, along with three shots and four hits in Saturday's 4-2 win over Toronto. Suzuki picked up secondary helpers on goals by David Savard and Cole Caufield. Suzuki and Caufield represent Montreal's future, and the youth brigade has performed well since interim head coach Martin St. Louis ascended the bench. Suzuki has 22 points (nine on the power play) in 20 games under the new coach. His 49 points leads the Canadiens by a wide margin, 17 more than Caufield's 32.
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