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Canadiens Daily: Hughes Wants Lightning Culture; Chiarot Return?

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The Montreal Canadiens want to follow the Tampa Bay Lightning model to success.

Could Martin St. Louis finally become head coach of the Montreal Canadiens by next week?

That and all your Stanley Cup Playoffs news in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:

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Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes is hoping to build a culture similar to that of the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Could the Montreal Canadiens bring defenceman Ben Chiarot back via free agency?

Per Hughes, we can expect Martin St. Louis to shed the interim tag next week and officially become head coach of the Montreal Canadiens.

Montreal Canadiens prospect Kaiden Guhle is ripping it up in the WHL Playoffs.

National Hockey Now

NYI: The New York Islanders have signed prospect center Ruslan Iskhakov to an entry-level contract.

PGH: As my colleague in Pittsburgh wrote Wednesday, the time has come for the NHL to actually really try to ban hits to the head.

PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers have reportedly interviewed Barry Trotz and John Tortorella for their head coaching jobs but is there a under the radar fit there for the Flyers?

WASH: Tom Wilson thanked Washington Capitals fans for their support after he underwent ACL surgery.

FLA: Joe Thornton left his future up in the air when talking to the media Wednesday. 

DET: Could Rick Tocchet be the next head coach of the Detroit Red Wings?

COL: The Colorado Avalanche let the St. Louis Blues off the mat in Game 5.

VGK: What were the best moments of the 2021-22 season for a Vegas Golden Knights team that missed the playoffs?

SJS: Who could the San Jose Sharks pick with the 11th overall pick at the 2022 NHL Entry Draft?

Canada Hockey Now

CAL: It’s do-or-die for the Calgary Flames in Game 5 against the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night.

VAN: Vancouver Canucks President of Hockey Operations Jim Rutherford said that the team can afford to keep forward Brock Boeser

NHL

I’m sorry but too little, too late for St. Louis Blues head coach Craig Berube to try and denounce the racial and death threats Nazem Kadri had to endure. Oh, by the way, he was Ok with the death threats?!

 

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