Though he’s turning second for the Montreal Canadiens these days, Christian Dvorak is struggling in offense and remains in search of a first point this season.
The contract holder, who rakes in $4.45 million a year on his team’s payroll, was actually erased during the Habs’ first seven clashes.
He teamed alongside Brendan Gallagher and Evgenii Dadonov in a 3-1 loss to the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday. He made 19 appearances on the ice, playing about fifteen minutes in total.
However, Dvorak found offensive success in late 2021-2022. He completed the last regular game schedule by registering in at least five straight games; In fact, he has one goal and six assists in that series.
The former Arizona Coyotes’ troubles mirror the dry breakdown of the Montreal attack. On Tuesday she scored just once against Marc-André Fleury, who started the game with 5.25 goals against the average.
In four games, the Bleu Blanc Rouge have scored twice or fewer. With 2.43 goals scored per game, he has the fourth-lowest average in the National League.
Cole Caufield (five) and Nick Suzuki (three) have scored nearly half of their squad’s 17 goals so far. They are also the club’s top two goalscorers.
The Canadian visits the Buffalo Sabers on Thursday.
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