Daniel Briere News Archive
Briere was moved to the fourth line for Monday night's game against New Jersey, Hockey Inside Out reports. He skated just nine shifts and 7:45 of ice time due to a matchup decision.
Briere scored Montreal's first goal in Friday's 3-2 shootout loss to Washington. He has three goals in the past five games.
Briere scored a power-play goal which stood up as the game-winner as the Canadiens beat the Capitals, 3-2 on Friday.
Briere was moved up from the fourth line to replace Rene Bourque (lower body) and scored a goal in Tuesday night's 6-2 win over Minnesota.
Briere scored a goal in his first game back from a concussion Tuesday, but it was the Habs' lone tally in a shootout loss to Tampa.
Briere, out since mid-October due to a concussion, will return to action Tuesday against the Lightning, according to CBC Sports.
Briere (concussion) could return to the lineup as early as Tuesday night against the Lightning, the Montreal Gazette reports. A decision will be made following Tuesday morning's skate.
Briere (concussion) participated in a full-contact practice Saturday, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Briere skated with the team during Thursday's practice.
Briere will travel to Ottawa and practice with the team for the first time since suffering a concussion Oct. 19, the Montreal Gazette reports.