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Nicholas Suzuki tallied his 11th assist of the season in the Canadiens loss to the Capitals.
Suzuki now has 15 points in 21 games and has been a bright spot for Montreal. This was his first point in his last five games, but is still worth a look if you need depth on your roster.
Nick Suzuki scored what proved to be the game-winning goal halfway through the third period en route to Montreal's 4-2 victory.
He now has 14 points in 15 games while kicking in 15 hits. Five of his points have come in power-play opportunities. Currently a top 50 player, if he's available in your league, grab him.
Suzuki scored a goal and kicked in a power-play assist to participate in both goals Montreal managed en route to losing 6-2.
The 22-year-old is living all over the scoresheet so far this season. He has scored in his last two games and has steadily increased his power play time on ice as well. While Montreal isn't the first team to consider stacking, their top three forwards are beginning to gel and be productive.
Nicholas Suzuki scored his first goal of the season vs the Red Wings to open the first period.
Suzuki is usually the type of player that once he heats up, nothing can stop him. Let's hope this is the case and this gets things going for him.
Nick Suzuki scored the Habs only goal in Saturday night's 2-1 overtime loss to the Winnipeg Jets.
The goal was just Suzuki's second point in his last eight contests. The Habs have been struggling as of late, and they desperately need Suzuki to get going like he was at the beginning of the season. The 21-year-old has 14 points in 20 games.