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Canadiens Daily: Canadiens Eyeing Top 10 Pick? Stanley Cup Playoffs

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Are the Montreal Canadiens pining to get another pick in the top 10 of the NHL Draft?

Montreal Canadiens prospect Joshua Roy is soaking in some playoff hockey with the Laval Rocket.

That, NHL trade rumors, Stanley Cup Playoffs news and more in your MHN Canadiens Daily:

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Could the Montreal Canadiens wind up picking twice in the top ten at the 2022 NHL Entry Draft. According to my partner-in-scribe at MHN, Marco D’Amico, the Habs appear to be eyeing a prospect slated to go in the latter half of the top ten picks.

Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price is using PRP injections on his injured knee to hopefully get him back on the ice this summer and ready for next season.

Former Montreal Canadiens centre Phil Danault has no regrets about leaving the team he grew up cheering for and loved playing for.

Montreal Canadiens prospect Joshua Roy is soaking it all in with the Laval Rocket at the Eastern Conference Final in the Calder Trophy Playoffs.

National Hockey Now

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PGH: Should the Pittsburgh Penguins bring back P.O. Joseph or let him walk for nothing?

WSH: Who could the Washington Capitals target at the 2022 NHL Draft?

DET: Are there comparisons to be drawn between Connor McDavid and Red Wings greats like Steve Yzerman and Sergei Fedorov?

COL: The Colorado Avalanche are one win away from their first Stanley Cup Final since Ray Bourque one his first with them in 2001.

SJS: Other than a boneheaded boarding penalty Saturday night in Game 3 of the Wester Conference Final, former San Jose Sharks winger Evander Kane has been money for the Edmonton Oilers. If that continues, it bodes well for the Sharks.

NHL

Here’s your results from testing at the first day of the 2022 NHL Combine in Buffalo.

The New York Rangers keep finding ways to win and that’s why they’re in Tampa Bay up 2-0 on the defending Stanley Cup Champions.

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