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MONTREAL (AP) — Montreal Canadiens forward Phillip Danault was released from a hospital Sunday after tests for a head injury.

Danault was hit in the head by Boston defenseman Zdeno Chara’s slap shot Saturday night and taken off the ice on a stretcher.

“Phillip Danault was released from the hospital earlier today and is now resting at home,” the Canadiens said Sunday on Twitter.

The rising shot in the second period looked to hit Danault on the side of the head. He was down on the ice for several minutes but was moving and appeared to be speaking to medical staff before leaving the ice to an ovation from the Bell Centre crowd.

“It’s stuff that happens in hockey and it’s scary,” defenseman Jordie Benn said after practice Sunday. “But Phil’s doing well.”

It wasn’t immediately clear when Danault might return to the lineup.

“We’ve just got to wait and hopefully he can get healthy pretty quick,” Benn said.

The 24-year-old Danault, from Victoriaville, has seven goals and 15 assists in 43 games this season.

Officials opted to play the final 1:37 of the second after intermission.

Marchand also scored in regulation, helping the Bruins improve to 9-0-3 in their last 12 games. Jake DeBrusk and David Krejci had the other goals for Boston, and Tuukka Rask made 27 saves.

“It’s different, but this was just another game,” said Marchand, who also scored in regulation. “We did a good job and look forward to the next one.”

Alex Galchenyuk, Max Pacioretty and Nicolas Deslauriers scored for Montreal, and Carey Price had 29 stops. It was Galchenyuk’s 100th career goal.

Claude Julien coached against Boston for the first time since he was fired by the Bruins last February and hired by the Canadiens a week later.

Montreal jumped in front 3:22 into the first when Pacioretty scored for the third straight game. Victor Mete, playing his first game back after helping Canada win world junior championship gold, picked up an assist when the rebound of his point shot was tucked inside the post by the captain of the Canadiens.

Marchand responded with a power-play goal at 17:11. He was left alone in front to take a feed from Patrice Bergeron and score his 18th of the season.

DeBrusk was sent in alone by Charlie McAvoy to beat Price with a high shot 2:55 into the second. Deslauriers picked up a loose puck at the Boston blue line and beat Rask with a low shot from the slot at 5:45.

Galchenyuk put the Canadiens in front again with a power-play wrist shot under the crossbar at 8:51. It was his 11th goal of the season.

But the Bruins tied it again with 2:18 left in the second. Jakub Jerabek swiped at and missed a bouncing puck and Krejci pounced on it and beat Price from close range.

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Canadiens winger Max Pacioretty

Canadiens winger Max Pacioretty

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 opportunity,” Pacioretty said. “I’m trying to hold it more and create opportunities for myself and the chances haven’t been there as much as I would like, but this is a completely different way to try to produce offence.”

Pacioretty has a reputation for being a perimeter player, but one of the ironies in his current slump is that most of the goals he has scored this season have come from close range.

“Almost all my goals have been a certain distance from the net,” Pacioretty said. “We have to find ways to create. By holding on to the puck longer, you want to tire out the defence and wait for them to make mistakes. I’ve always been able to score from distance, that’s my specialty, but I have to get in a position where I have chances.”

Pacioretty said he would like to emulate Radulov.

“Radu is one of the best puck possessors and he wore down the defence,” Pacioretty said. “He would tire them out and get a step and someone would have to come over to help out and then a player was open.”

While Pacioretty said he wasn’t happy with his numbers, he said he was pleased with the way the team was trending and he would help in whatever way he could.

Coach Claude Julien said he wasn’t overly concerned about the slump.

“He’s strong on the forecheck behind the net, he’s playing on the penalty kill,” Julien said. “I know you look at goal scorers and because they have x-amount of goals, that’s what we’re looking at. But Max is doing a lot of good things other than what we’re talking abut now. He’s also a guy when the pucks start going in for him, they come in bunches. I would expect that to happen as well.”

Speaking of which, it should be noted that, at this time last season, Pacioretty had eight goals. He started the push for his 35-goal season on Dec. 10 when he scored four goals against the Colorado Avalanche.

In other news, Jonathan Drouin is ready to rejoin the team as soon as he shakes off a flu bug that has kept him off the ice the past two days. He could face Calgary, but the more likely scenario is Saturday against Edmonton.

And Victor Mete was not among the 32 players invited to the national junior team training camp on Wednesday. There were no NHL players invited to the camp but he may still added to the squad.

Julien said no decision has been made on making Mete available for the world junior championships, but he said the Canadiens would do what was best for Mete and the team.

Canadiens’ prospect Will Bitten was not among the invited players. He was at the summer camp, but has struggled this season with the Hamilton Bulldogs.

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Who are these guys?

And what have they done with the early-season Montreal Canadiens?

In wins over the Rangers on Saturday and Ottawa Monday night, the Canadiens scored 13 goals – equalling their total through the first eight games of 2017-’18.

Despite falling behind 1-0 on Tom Pyatt’s goal 21 seconds into the game, the Canadiens rallied to chase Craig Anderson and rout the home team.

How bad were the Senators?

Erik Karlsson finished the game minus-6. And the perennial Norris Trophy candidate had a grand total of ZERO shots on Al Montoya.

While the home-ice Senators were sucking, the Canadiens got balanced excellence from all four forward lines.

Thirteen Canadiens – including Montoya – made the scoresheet.

Charles Hudon, finally cracking his NHL nut, and the indefatigable Artturi Lehkonen each scored twice.

Alex Galchenyuk played less than 11 minutes … and scored again.

Shea Weber had three assists and finished the game plus-4.

Big Mike McCarron had four hits.

And when the game was still a game, the surprise starter made big stops.

The ludicrous final score notwithstanding, the Canadiens did not play a perfect game. Pucks in the Canadiens’ zone continue to be an adventure, and a better team than Ottawa might have taken greater advantage of the jitters we saw from the Canadiens’ D core.

The rest of the road trip – Minnesota Thursday night, then a Winnipeg-Chicago back-to-back on the weekend – presents greater challenges than the Senators were able to muster in their own barn.

On L’Antichambre, Gaston Therrien said the Canadiens continue to give attacking opponents too many good looks. This will have to be tightened up as the season progresses, and some might argue that the current D corps is substandard.

There were encouraging signs. Victor Mete bounced back with a solid game after a couple of tough outings. Jeff Petry had four hits and continued to bounce back from a subpar start to his season.

I’m not sold on the Karl Alzner-Jordie Benn pairing. With about $9 million to spend, general manager Marc Bergevin has to think about shoring up his back end.

Through the wretched start of the Canadiens’ season, it looked like Bergevin had to go shopping for a forward.

The last two games suggest that might not be a problem … especially if Galchenyuk continues to play his way off the fourth line.

Two Ws in a row, peeps.

Pick out your spots for the parade.