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Nick Suzuki haunts Golden Knights with Game 5 performance

The Golden Knights had visions of what Nick Suzuki could do at T-Mobile Arena when he stood onstage wearing the team’s white jersey and black hat June 23, 2017, at Chicago’s United Center. Those dreams turned into nightmares Tuesday. Suzuki, whom the Knights selected 13th overall in the 2017 NHL...
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Nick Suzuki showed the Golden Knights what could have been

Before the series began, Nick Suzuki admitted he didn’t remember much of his time with the Vegas Golden Knights. Find a 21-year-old more inclined to make you think revenge hasn’t been on his mind. Suzuki, the former No. 13 overall pick from Vegas in 2017, recorded a goal and two...
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Helpers in consecutive games

Suzuki recorded an assist, three shots on goal, seven hits and two PIM in Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Golden Knights in Game 4. Suzuki took a hooking penalty in the second period, but he atoned for it by setting up Paul Byron's tally shortly after exiting the penalty box. The 21-year-old Suzuki has been fairly consistent with four goals and six helpers through 15 playoff contests. He's added a physical edge with 43 hits and 14 blocked shots while filling a top-six role.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Picks up assist Friday

Suzuki notched an assist, four shots on goal, four blocked shots and two hits in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over the Golden Knights in Game 3. Suzuki sprung Cole Caufield for a breakaway goal in the second period. The 21-year-old Suzuki had been held off the scoresheet in the first two games of the Stanley Cup Semifinals. He's collected nine points, 31 shots, 36 hits, 14 blocked shots and a minus-2 rating in 14 playoff outings. The Ontario native is likely to get decent chances to contribute while filling a top-six role.
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Nick Suzuki is the Montreal Canadiens’ Next Superstar

When the Montreal Canadiens’ season started in January, Nick Suzuki didn’t really have a specific spot in the lineup and kept being moved up and down the lineup with Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Phillip Danault. Now, since the beginning of the playoffs, Suzuki has been the first-line center for the Canadiens,...
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Dishes pair of assists

Suzuki recorded two assists and two hits in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Jets in Game 4. Suzuki set up Erik Gustafsson's power-play goal in the first period. In overtime, Suzuki won the puck along the boards in the offensive zone and found Cole Caufield, who set up Tyler Toffoli for the series-clinching goal. The 21-year-old Suzuki amassed two goals and two helpers in the four-game sweep of the Jets. He's picked up eight points, 21 shots on net, 24 hits and an even plus-minus rating in 11 playoff contests.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Scores on power play

Suzuki scored a power-play goal on three shots and blocked two shots in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Jets in Game 3. Suzuki got a piece of a centering pass from Cole Caufield to score at 8:52 of the third period. The 21-year-old Suzuki has collected four goals, two assists, 20 shots on net and 22 hits through 10 playoff contests. He continues to provide solid all-around play in a top-six role.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Nifty goal in Game 1 win

Suzuki scored a goal in Wednesday night's 5-3 win over the Jets in Game 1. Suzuki helped the Habs take a commanding 3-1 lead near the end of the first period on a silky wrap around goal on Connor Hellebuyck. The Ontario native is currently riding a four game point streak and has points in five of six playoff games. The 21-year-old had 41 points in 56 games this regular season.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Sets up decisive goal

Suzuki registered a power-play assist, three hits and four blocked shots in Monday's 3-1 win over the Maple Leafs in Game 7. Suzuki played a key role in the Canadiens' comeback from a 3-1 series deficit. He picked up a game-winning goal and two helpers in the last three contests. The 21-year-old has four points, 15 shots on net, 21 hits and seven blocked shots through seven playoff games overall. Suzuki could play a big role in the top six and on the power play, which will give him a fair amount of appeal in DFS.
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TORONTO (AP) — Nick Suzuki scored 59 seconds into overtime and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 on Thursday night, rebounding after blowing a three-goal lead to force Game 6 in the Original Six first-round matchup.

Cole Caufield intercepted Alex Galchenyuk's pass in Montreal’s zone and moved in with Suzuki on a 2-on-0. Suzuki made a pass to Caufield after crossing into Toronto’s zone, got the puck back from his rookie teammate and beat Jack Campbell to the blocker side. “Sometimes those 2-on-0s are a little...
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Nabs only goal in Game 3 loss

Suzuki scored a goal on three shots and added a pair of hits Monday in a 2-1 loss to Toronto in Game 3. Suzuki reached the scoresheet for the first time in the series, beating Jack Campbell blocker-side from the right circle to make it a 1-1 game 13:56 into the second period. The 21-year-old Suzuki had produced just one shot on goal over the first two games after a 15-goal, 41-point regular season.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Pots pair of goals

Suzuki scored twice, including once shorthanded, in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Oilers. He also had four shots, four PIM, two blocks and two hits. Suzuki filled up the scoresheet for the Canadiens, highlighted by his short-handed tally midway through the first period and a game-tying strike in the final frame. The 21-year-old sophomore has found a new level offensively since late April, finding the scoresheet in nine of his last 11 games (seven goals, seven assists). Suzuki will be a hot name heading into next year's fantasy drafts, especially if he can build on this late run with a strong playoff showing.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Back on scoresheet

Suzuki scored a goal on four shots with two hits and two blocked shots in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Maple Leafs. Suzuki found his way back to the scoresheet after having a seven-game point streak snapped Thursday. His late-season scoring surge -- 12 points in the last nine games -- puts him at 39 points over 54 games, two points shy of the 41 he had in 71 games during his rookie 2020 season.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Extends point streak

Suzuki had an assist, seven shots on net and three hits in Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Senators. Suzuki kept up his frantic scoring pace, posting at least one point in seven consecutive games. The second-line center has four goals and seven assists during the point streak.
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: In giving mood Wednesday

Suzuki dished out three assists and added two shots with two hits in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over Toronto. Suzuki figured in on all three Montreal goals for his second three-point effort in the last three games. The 23-year-old has been red hot over the last eight days, piling up four goals and six assists during a six-game points streak.
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Nick Suzuki scores twice for Canadiens in win over Jets

MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens were buoyed by scoring more than four goals in a game for the first time in over a month, while the Winnipeg Jets continued to leak confidence Friday. Nick Suzuki's second goal was the game-winner in a 5-3 win over the visiting Jets, who lost...
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Canadiens' Nick Suzuki: Points in two straight

Suzuki had an assist, one shot on net and two hits in Monday's 2-1 win over Calgary. Suzuki provided the secondary helper on Tyler Toffoli's game-winning goal late in the second period of a game the Canadiens needed to put distance between them and the Flames for the fourth and final playoff spot in the Scotia North. It was the second point in as many games for Suzuki, who scored in Saturday's loss. He's one of several Montreal forwards enduring a goal-scoring drought and has just two markers in the last 16 contests.