Canadiens’ Max Pacioretty aims to become ‘more multi-dimensional player’

Is Max Pacioretty in a slump or is he merely adjusting to the new reality of playing without Alex Radulov?  

Pacioretty has scored only one goal in the last 11 games and he has eight goals for the season heading into Thursday’s home game against the Calgary Flames (7:30 p.m., TSN2, RDS, TSN-690, Radio).

When asked whether he was happy with his production, Pacioretty replied: “Not at all, but I like my game, it’s just that the chances aren’t there. It’s a different game than I’m used to and I have to adjust. I think it will make me a more multi-dimensional player.”

When asked what was different from last season, Pacioretty cited the absence of Radulov, who moved to Dallas after he became a free agent in July.

I’m trying to hold on to the puck longer a lot more where at times in the past, I would cycle and give it to 47 (Radulov) and then get lost and look for a scoring…

Original published: 2017-12-07 01:30:54 Read the full Montreal News here


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