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Cole made his debut with Dallas on Thursday and went minus-2 with one shot on goal in 14:58 of ice time in a 5-1 loss to the Oilers.
Cole, acquired Tuesday from the Canadiens, is expected to make his team debut Thursday against the Oilers, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Cole scored a goal and assisted on another Saturday night in Montreal's 3-0 win over the Rangers. He skated on a new line with Lars Eller and Alex Galchenyuk, which produced all three Montreal goals.
Cole scored a goal Tuesday night in Montreal's 4-3 win over Winnipeg. It was the first goal of the season for Cole, who led the Canadiens with 35 in 2011-12.
Cole registered his first point of the season Thursday night, assisting on Andrei Markov's power play goal in Montreal's win over Washington.
Cole backed off comments he made last week, suggesting that he might retire at the end of the season, the Montreal Gazette reports. "It's just after the season we had last year and then being injured all summer and then having the lockout, it just kind of took my heart out of it a little bit," Cole said. "But being back here with the guys is obviously gets you excited again about playing."
Cole said he is considering retirement and will review his situation at the end of the season, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Cole, who had a lingering lower-body injury from April through October, is healthy and will hit training camp in full form, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Cole (lower body) will meet with the Canadiens' team doctor Friday and expects to receive a clean bill of health, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Cole is currently rehabbing a lower body injury, the Montreal Gazette's Dave Stubbs reports.
Cole capped a career season by scoring on a breakaway in the third period of Montreal's 4-1 win over the Maple Leafs on Saturday night.
Cole scored two more goals -- one on the power play -- in Wednesday's win over Tampa Bay, extending his career-high total to 34.
Cole scored his career-best 31st goal of the season Tuesday night in Montreal's 3-2 shootout loss to Florida.
Cole posted a goal and an assist in Monday's loss to Buffalo, giving him three goals in the last two games.
Cole scored twice, including the game-winner, in Montreal's 4-1 win at Vancouver on Saturday. He fired six shots and finished the night plus-2.
Cole snagged one of Montreal's three goals in Monday's loss to Carolina, giving him points in three straight games.
Cole scored a goal and assisted on another while skating a forward-high 21:53 in Friday night's shootout loss to the Penguins.
Cole tallied three assists Sunday against the New York Rangers, giving him 16 helpers on the season.
Cole stretched his point streak (four goals, three assists) to five games Saturday when he scored a third-period power-play goal to clinch Montreal's 3-1 over Tampa Bay.
Canadiens interim head coach Randy Cunneyworth double-shifted Cole during Montreal's 7-3 win over Winnipeg and may continue that practice in Saturday's game against Tampa Bay, the Montreal Gazette reports. Cole played 27 minutes (3:48 on powerr play) and had two assists against the Jets.
Cole's goal Saturday stretched his goal streak to three games. He has three goals in that span.
Cole potted a goal while adding an assist in Tuesday's win over Ottawa, ending a two-game pointless drought.
Cole potted one of Montreal's two goals in its 3-2 loss to Boston, his fourth goal in the last five games.
According to the team's official site, Jacques Martin has been relieved of his duties as head coach on Saturday.
Cole scored a goal for the fourth consecutive game on Thursday in Montreal's 4-3 loss to Philadelphia.
Cole scored a goal in his third consecutive game Tuesday night in Montreal's 5-3 win over the Islanders.
Cole notched a goal and an assist in Thursday's shootout loss to Vancouver, giving him six points in the last six games.
Cole grabbed a power-play goal and added an assist in Monday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Sabres.
Cole played awfully well Tuesday night against the Oilers, only to get stymied at the net by Nikolai Khabibulin.