Kirby Dach Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 212 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/21/2001 (23)
Kirby Dach Last 10 Games
Kirby Dach News
Montreal Canadiens center Kirby Dach has been ruled out for the season because of a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee. The 22-year-old was hurt in only the second game of the season against Chicago last week. It's an awful blow for Dach, who already sat out a big chunk of last season. He had started the 2023-24 campaign superbly, dishing out two assists in Montreal's season opener against Toronto. Alex Newhook has replaced Dach as the second-line center, while Tanner Pearson also joined the line in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to Minnesota.
Montreal Canadiens center Kirby Dach (lower body) suffered a significant lower-body injury in Saturday's game against the Chicago Blackhawks and is expected to be out indefinitely. This is unfortunate news for the Canadiens, Dach, and his fantasy managers, as Dach was off to a strong start as the Habs second-line center, posting two assists, three shots on goal, and three hits in his first two games of the season. Alex Newhook will replace Dach on the second line and provides some upside for those looking to replace Dach.
Montreal Canadiens center Kirby Dach had his night cut short by a lower-body injury on Saturday versus the Blackhawks. Dach lasted less than five minutes against his former team, getting hurt when a hit from Chicago defenseman Jarred Tinordi sent him flying to the Blackhawks bench. The severity of the issue is unknown and it's not clear he will be in the lineup next time out against the Wild on Tuesday. Dach has started the season on the second line next to Alex Newhook and Juraj Slafkovsky, and he kicked off the campaign in style on Wednesday by notching two assists against Toronto.
Montreal Canadiens forward Kirby Dach (upper body) has been ruled out for at least one week of action. He's been dealing with health issues all year and it's limited Dach to only 58 appearances. The 22-year-old only recently returned from a lower-body issue and was able to play just four times before going down with another injury. Despite the injury problems, Dach has enjoyed a career year in Montreal, logging 14 goals and 38 points. Jesse Ylonen has replaced Dach among the top six. He's been held off the score sheet just once in his last seven appearances, which should definitely draw some attention from fantasy managers.