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MHN Puck Links: Zegras Pulls ‘The Michigan’ On Habs, Kane To Oilers

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The Montreal Canadiens got tricked by ‘The Michigan’ and Trevor Zegras Thursday at the Bell Centre.

While no one will likely remember, Montreal Canadiens forward Jake Evans scored a heck of a highlight reel goal himself Thursday.

The Montreal Canadiens likely aren’t in the running for Vancouver Canucks forward J.T. Miller but he is a buzz-name on the NHL trade market right now.

That and more in the latest MHN Puck Links:

Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens will now be part of highlight reels for all the wrong reasons. (MHN)

While they’re the butt-end of a classic highlight reel, the Montreal Canadiens, in the midst of a nightmare season, continue to show resilience and almost came back for the win in a 5-4 loss to the Anaheim Ducks. (MHN)

National Hockey Now

The Philadelphia Flyers have set the table for a Claude Giroux trade before the March 21 NHL Trade Deadline. (Philly Hockey Now)

Our man in Pitt, Dan Kingerski, breaks down a shocking 2-1 loss for the Pittsburgh Penguins to the Seattle Kraken. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Evander Kane chose the Edmonton Oilers over the Washington Capitals. (Washington Hockey Now)

The promise and future of Florida Panthers goalie Spencer Knight became the present Thursday. (Florida Hockey Now)

The Detroit Red Wings appear to be on the right path. Why? Stevie Y, that’s why! (Detroit Hockey Now)

In a sign that Nathan MacKinnon could be out for at least a few games, the Colorado Avalanche called up Dylan Sikura. (Colorado Hockey Now)

New Edmonton Oilers winger and former San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane is apparently tone-deaf to reality. (San Jose Hockey Now)

Former Vancouver Canucks winger Jake Virtanen maintained his innocence after being formally charged with sexual assault on Thursday. (Vancouver Hockey Now)

The Calgary Flames were victim to some arguably expected payback by the St. Louis Blues on Thursday. (Calgary Hockey Now)

NHL

According to TSN Insider Pierre LeBrun, any NHL team interested in acquiring Canucks forward J. T. Miller on the NHL trade market should act soon or the Canucks may just end up keeping Miller. (TSN)

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