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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Suiting up in finale

    Michael Frolik ascended from the taxi squad and will play Wednesday’s game against the Oilers, Arpon Basu of The Athletic reports.Frolik has yet to record a point in seven games this season, but he’ll get another look with the team resting a slew of regulars ahead of the postseason. He’ll center the fourth line.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Placed on taxi squad

    Michael Frolik was assigned to the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly.Frolik went without a point in the last five games while filling in for Tomas Tatar (lower body). With Tatar healthy, Frolik was no longer needed on the active roster.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Plays fourth-line minutes

    Michael Frolik recorded one assist and one hit over 10:04 of ice time in Wednesday’s 4-1 loss to Toronto.Frolik was added to the active roster as a fill-in for the injured Tomas Tatar (lower body). In just his third game played this season, he skated on the fourth line.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Bumps to active roster

    Michael Frolik was assigned to the active roster for Wednesday’s game against Toronto, per CapFriendly.With both Tomas Tatar (undisclosed) and Paul Byron (lower body) set to miss the contest, the team elected to recall Frolik and Alexander Romanov as reinforcements. Frolik has suited up twice for the big club this season, recording no points and three shots across 11:39 of average ice time. Look for the veteran to handle a bottom-six role for Wednesday’s contest.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Returns to taxi squad

    Michael Frolik was assigned to the taxi squad Saturday, per CapFriendly.Frolik made his first two appearances for the Montreal Canadiens in their last two games, but he didn’t record a point. The 33-year-old winger can provide a defensive impact if he gets back in the lineup.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Makes season debut

    Michael Frolik had one shot and three hits over 11:46 of ice time in Tuesday’s 4-0 win over Edmonton.Frolik made his season debut for Montreal, skating on the fourth line with Jake Evans and Corey Perry. The Montreal Canadiens are currently without Joel Armia (COVID-19) and Tyler Toffoli (lower body), so Frolik could have a multi-game run on the active roster.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Will make season debut

    Michael Frolik will be in the lineup Tuesday against the Oilers, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports.Frolik enters the lineup for what will be his season debut. He’s filling in while the Montreal Canadiens are short two forwards — Tyler Toffoli is still recovering from a lower-body injury and Joel Armia remains in the NHL’s COVID-related absence list. Frolik will skate on the fourth line with Jake Evans and Corey Perry.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Descends to taxi squad

    Michael Frolik was designated for the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly.Frolik has yet to play an NHL game this season. Nevertheless, the 33-year-old could be an option when the Montreal Canadiens eventually return to the ice if Joel Armia and Jesperi Kotkaniemi are still in COVID-19 protocol.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Joins active roster

    Michael Frolik was promoted from the taxi squad for Monday’s game against the Oilers, Luc Gelinas of RDS reports.With some Montreal forwards injured or on the COVID-19 list, the 33-year-old is expected to make his season debut Monday. Frolik had four points in 19 games with the Sabres last year and should fill a bottom-line role while he’s in the lineup.

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    Canadiens’ Michael Frolik: Promoted to taxi squad

    Michael Frolik was added to Montreal’s taxi squad Saturday.Frolik has yet to crack the Montreal Canadiens’ lineup this season and isn’t expected to have a regular NHL role this year. He picked up 14 points in 57 games split between the Flames and Sabres last campaign.

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