USA Hockey will have a Montreal Canadiens flavor on their roster when they head to Finland for the 2022 IIHF World Championships.
Montreal general manager Kent Hughes has been hard at work preparing for the 2022 NHL Entry Draft in July in Montreal.
Who will be the starting goalie for the Montreal Canadiens next season?
That and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
Montreal Canadiens rookie defenceman Jordan Harris and Habs prospect Sean Farrell are both headed to Finland to represent USA Hockey at the 2022 IIHF World Championships.
Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes is back from the Under-18 World Hockey Championships in Germany and ready to finalize plans for the 2022 NHL Entry Draft in July.
So who would be the No. 1 goalie for the Montreal Canadiens next season if Carey Price can’t play or is traded?
Really cool moment tweeted by the Montreal Canadiens Thursday with Habs legend and hall of famer Yvan Cournoyer and Cole Caufield catching up, and ‘The Road Runner’ calling Caufield ‘The New Roadrunner’
— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) May 5, 2022
National Hockey Now
BOS: The Boston Bruins are switching to Jeremy Swayman in goal for Game 3 against the Carolina Hurricanes.
NYI: New York Islanders prospect Aatu Räty is adjusting to North American hockey and life with the Bridgeport Islanders in the AHL.
Philly: Philadelphia Flyers defenceman Samuel Morin has been forced to retire thanks to injuries.
Wash: The Washington Capitals were without forward Tom Wilson for Game 2 against the Florida Panthers.
Detroit: Detroit Red Wings prospect Riley Barber is headed to the World Championships for USA Hockey.
Colorado: Colorado Avalanche forward Andrew Cogliano was our for Game 2 against the Nashville Predators.
Vegas: Who won’t be back with the Vegas Golden Knights next season?
Canada Hockey Now
Calgary: Will the Dallas Stars actually go after Calgary Flames defenceman Rasmus Andersson in Game 2?
Shane Wright was still No. 1 in the NHL’s Central Scouting Bureau final rankings for the 2022 NHL Entry draft Thursday.
Is Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid playing the best hockey of his career right now?