Cole Caufield

Cole Caufield

G
4
A
1
Pts
5
+/-
-1
PPP
0
SOG
30
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 7"/163 lbs
Born: Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Draft: 2019 1st round (15th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Canadiens come up short in first trip outside of Canada
    Associated Press

    Canadiens come up short in first trip outside of Canada

    The Montreal Canadiens left Canada for the first time in 15 months to discover the hard way how the game’s being played a little more intensely south of the border. What appeared apparent from afar in watching the Vegas Golden Knights wear down the President’s Trophy-winning Colorado Avalanche in six games of their West Division final series, became an up-close reality for the Canadiens in opening the Stanley Cup semifinals with a 4-1 loss on Monday night. “Yeah, they have their strengths for sure, but we have ours,” interim coach Dominique Ducharme said.

  • Canadiens take 4-1 loss to Vegas Golden Knights in Stanley Cup semifinal opener
    The Canadian Press

    Canadiens take 4-1 loss to Vegas Golden Knights in Stanley Cup semifinal opener

    LAS VEGAS — The uphill climb facing the Montreal Canadiens just got a little steeper. The only Canadian team with a shot at the Stanley Cup gave up a 4-1 loss Monday in their first of a best-of-seven semifinal battle against the top-seeded Vegas Golden Knights. It was Montreal's first game outside of Canada in 2021, and it came before a boisterous crowd of 17,884 — a far cry from what COVID-19 restrictions have allowed north of the border all season. It was also against an imposing and powerful

  • Vegas opens Stanley Cup semifinal with 4-1 win over Montreal
    Associated Press

    Vegas opens Stanley Cup semifinal with 4-1 win over Montreal

    The Montreal Canadiens’ rich history didn’t mean much when it came to facing upstart Vegas Golden Knights on Monday night. Shea Theodore had a goal and an assist, Marc-Andre Fleury made 28 saves and the Golden Knights beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-1 in the first game of the Stanley Cup semifinal. Vegas’ fifth-straight victory in the playoffs ended Montreal’s postseason win streak at seven.