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Canadiens Daily: Habs Roster Needs; Devils Trading 2nd Overall Pick?

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NHL Draft

Is there a way that the Montreal Canadiens could end up picking first and second overall at the 2022 NHL Entry Draft?

What are some glaring needs on the Montreal Canadiens roster?

That and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:

Montreal Canadiens

Could the Montreal Canadiens actually end up with the first and second overall picks at the 2022 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal July 7-8?

What should Montreal Canadiens executive vice president of hockey operations Jeff Gorton and general manager Kent Hughes be focused on with their current roster?

The Montreal Canadiens have some difficult decisions coming up with some of their prospects like Jack Gorniak and Brett Stapley.

National Hockey Now

BOS: Boston Bruins team President Cam Neely is not a happy man these days.

Pitt: Can the Pittsburgh Penguins still fit Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang under the salary cap with new contracts?

Philly: It appears that despite the Lehigh-Valley Phantoms, the AHL affiliate for the Philadelphia Flyers, missing the Calder Cup Playoffs, Phantoms head coach Ian Laperriere will be retained.

FLA: The Florida Panthers are now on the brink of being swept by the Tampa Bay Lightning in their second round series. 

DET: Former NHL defenceman Steven Kampfer is back from the KHL and has signed a contract with the Detroit Red Wings.

COL: Colorado Avalanche defenceman Jack Johnson will replace Samuel Girard in the lineup after Girard broke his sternum in Game 3 against the St. Louis Blues.

Vegas: Owen Krepps continues his look at coaching candidates for the Vegas Golden Knights.

Canada Hockey Now

Calgary: Calgary Flames winger Milan Lucic was tossed out of Game 3 late for a collision with Edmonton Oilers goalie Mike Smith in a 4-1 win for the Oilers.

VAN: The Vancouver Canucks will have some new assistant coaches this coming season. 

NHL

Good on New York Rangers head coach Gerard Gallant for calling out Tony DeAngelo and the Carolina Hurricanes for their unsportsmanlike “bulls!?t” at the end of a 3-1 Rangers win in Game 3.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have extended defenceman Mark Giordano with a two-year, $1.6 million contract with an average annual value of $800,000.

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