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‘I was a Wild guy at heart’: Ryan Poehling on coming home

We all know how big of a deal hockey is in Minnesota, and how many players from here eventually make their way to the NHL. One player that has done exactly that, coming out of Lakeville, Minn., is Montreal Canadiens forward Ryan Poehling as he gets to face his boyhood team for the first time on Monday.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Snaps lengthy goal skid

Poehling scored a power-play goal, had two shots on net and delivered one hit in Monday's 5-2 loss to Arizona. Poehling positioned himself in front of the net where he deflected home a blast from Jonathan Drouin for his fifth goal of the season. The tally snapped a 12-game goal drought.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Serves two hits

Poehling finished with two hits in a 5-1 loss to the Bruins on Wednesday. Poehling has struggled to contribute offensively thus far. The second-year center has four goals and two assists through 21 games this season. He has at least recorded a hit in four straight.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Slides assist in loss

Poehling had an assist in Saturday's 4-1 loss to St. Louis. Poehling was involved in a puck battle to the left of Blues goalie Charlie Lindgren and managed to pass it out to a closing Alexander Romanov, who beat the goalie over his left shoulder. Poehling provided an initial shot of offense when first called up from AHL Laval, but the center has just two points over the last nine contests. Due to injuries, he's moved up to the second line, although an in-game adjustment Saturday moved him back to the third line when the goal was scored.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Nets lone goal in loss

Poehling scored a goal on three shots in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Canucks. Poehling tied the game at 1-1 at 18:39 of the first period. The 22-year-old forward has been sharp since becoming a regular in the Canadiens' lineup, picking up four goals in 10 contests. He's been limited to fourth-line duties, but he could be due for a move up the lineup. He's added 14 shots on net, a plus-1 rating and five hits.
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Ryan Poehling nets two goals in 37 seconds as Canadiens roll

2021-11-21 03:53:50 GMT+00:00 - Ryan Poehling scored twice in a 37-second span as the host Montreal Canadiens overcame Matt Duchene's hat trick in a 6-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Saturday. Tyler Toffoli collected a goal and two assists, Artturi Lehkonen had one of each and Christian Dvorak and...
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: 37 seconds of glory

Poehing scored two goals 37 seconds apart in a 6-3 win over Nashville on Saturday. He fired a wrister over Jusse Saros' glove from the left face-off dot and then one-time a shot from the top of the slot to drive Saros from the net. Poehling is a big-bodied center with scoring upside. Montreal is struggling this season and it might suppress his output. But Saturday was a good night for the 22 year old. Poehling now has three goals in his last five games.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Nets first of season

Poehling scored a goal on one shot and delivered one hit over 12:35 of ice time in Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to Detroit. Poehling, who was called up from AHL Laval earlier this week, served as the fourth-line center for a second straight game and was given four more minutes of TOI. His Laval line got Montreal on the scoreboard early in the first period. Fellow callup Michael Pezzetta carried the puck into the Red Wings' zone, spun around and fed Poehling, who used Marc Staal as a screen to fire a shot past Alex Nedeljkovic. It was his first NHL goal since Jan. 13, 2020. A first-round draft pick in 2017, Poehling has looked good in first two games while winning seven of 11 faceoffs.
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Ryan Poehling called up from Laval

MONTREAL - The Canadiens called up forward Ryan Poehling from the AHL's Laval Rocket on Wednesday. Assigned to the Rocket on Oct. 13, Poehling has registered six points (3 goals, 3 assists) in seven games with Laval since then - including a second-period tally on Wednesday. The former 25th overall...
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Habs recall Ryan Poehling and Mattias Norlinder

HabsWorld.net -- With the Habs being banged up right now, recalls were expected. They came right after Laval’s game on Wednesday as the team announced that Ryan Poehling and Mattias Norlinder were recalled from the Rocket. Norlinder’s was no surprise as he was on a three-game conditioning stint as he...
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Makes season debut

Poehling had two shots on goal, one hit and won five of seven draws over 8:12 of ice time in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Flames. Poehling was called up from AHL Laval and made his season debut Thursday after Montreal placed Cedric Paquette (undisclosed) on injured reserve. He centered the fourth line and was effective in the faceoff circle, an early weakness for the Canadiens -- who rank 29th with a 46.5 winning percentage at the dot.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Up from minors

Poehling was recalled from AHL Laval on Wednesday. With Cedric Paquette (undisclosed) going to injured reserve, the Canadiens were in need of another forward. Poehling will likely be limited to a depth role while with the big club -- he should not be expected to play above the third line.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Back in action with AHL Laval

Poehling recorded a goal and three assists in his last two games for AHL Laval since returning from a head injury. Poehling missed about two weeks with the injury, but he's back in action for the Canadiens' minor-league affiliate. The 22-year-old could eventually be an option to play with the big club if they need extra forwards later in the season. He's collected five points in 28 career NHL contests.
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Montreal Canadiens: Ryan Poehling Has Successful Return to Laval Lineup

Montreal Canadiens prospect centre Ryan Poehling was expected by many fans to grab an NHL roster spot in training camp. There was an opening down the middle of the ice as the departures of Phillip Danault, Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Eric Staal left the team looking for centre help. They did add Christian Dvorak who would take on a big role and Cedric Paquette who could play further down the lineup.
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Canadiens' Ryan Poehling: Being evaluated

Poehling sustained a head injury during an AHL game Saturday and is being evaluated for a concussion, Arpon Basu and Marc Antoine Godin of The Athletic report. Poehling was among several players battling for a puck behind the net and took an elbow from an opponent and went immediately down to the ice. The sequence of events happed midway through the first period, and he did not return to the game. A concussion is suspected; it would be the second such injury suffered by Poehling, who had one during 2019 training camp.
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