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Canadiens Daily: Allen Injury, Drouin Done For Season; Struble Update



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The Montreal Canadiens are now facing a conundrum thanks to Jake Allen’s latest injury.

Jonathan Drouin’s 2021-22 season is over after wrist surgery.

Jayden Struble’s status should be known this week.

That and more in the latest Canadiens Daily:

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What does Jake Allen’s latest injury mean for the Montreal Canadiens and more specifically Carey Price?

Speaking of injuries, Jonathan Drouin is offcially done for the season after successful wrist surgery.

As reported here first by my partner-in-scribe, Marco D’Amico, all signs continue to point towards Montreal Canadiens prospect Jayden Struble returning to Northeastern for his senior season.

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BOS: Are the Boston Bruins ready for the Stanley Cup Playoffs?

NYI: Former Boston Bruins and Providence Bruins and current Bridgeport Sound Tigers forward Austin Czarnik was Cave’s former roommate and during that aforementioned ceremony he was able to see and hug Cave’s wife for the first time since Colby passed away.

Pitt: After losing their cool towards the end of another mistake-filled loss to the Washington Capitals, the Pittsburgh Penguins were self-critical and a bit angry on Saturday.

Philly: Will Denver University forward and new National Champion, Bobby Brink, sign with the Philadelphia Flyers?

Wash: Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is facing criticism for punching Washington Capitals forward Nic Dowd in frustration Saturday.

Florida: Florida Panthers and former Boston College goalie Spencer Knight has found his game after a slow start this season.

Detroit: Some Detroit Red Wings prospects can now call themselves National Champions.


Also in the latest 32 Thoughts, will Arizona Coyotes assistant general manager John Ferguson Jr. become the next GM of the San Jose Sharks?

The Toronto Maple Leafs clinched a ticket to the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs with a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens Saturday.

Speaking of the Leafs, is Auston Matthews the greatest American-born player? Hall of fame puck scribe Larry Brooks says not just yet, but he will be.



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