For the first time in awhile now, the Canadiens Daily won’t have a strong flavour of Pierre-Luc Dubois to the Montreal Canadiens NHL Trade rumours.
For now, it’s status quo on that but there’s plenty to talk about around the NHL in the latest Canadiens Daily:
.The Montreal Canadiens thankfully have a plethora of strong defenceman in their prospect system. When some of those young defenceman are mentioned in NHL Trade Rumours amongst media and fans, Northeastern University senior defenceman Jayden Struble isn’t usually in the conversation. According to ome NHL amateur scout though, Struble is very noticeable.
After learning what accountability is all about playing for the Montreal Canadiens, former Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty was surprised at the close to Club Med atmosphere within the Vegas Golden Knights organization.
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BOS: The Boston Bruins waived goodbye to another young prospect as forward Anton Blidh signed a one-year deal with the Colorado Avalanche. Truth be told, the Bruins, according to multiple NHL sources, tried to move Blidh more than once over the last two years. Maybe it’s not on the team in this one.
NYI: How would the lineup look for the New Islanders if Nazem Kadri signs with them?
PGH: Don’t expect the Pittsburgh Penguins to have a fully loaded rookie squad when they face the Montreal Canadiens and two other NHL rookie squads at the Buffalo Sabres rookie showcase Sept. 15-19 at LECOM Harborcenter in Buffalo.
WSH: What Washington Capitals prospects will be at the continuation of the 2022 World Juniors?
FLA: Good listen from our brothers in southern Florida, George Richards and Colby Guy on he latest Florida Hockey Now Podcast.
DET: Former Detroit Red Wings forward and two-time Stanley Cup champion Mike Knuble is loving coaching in his hometown as an assistant coach for the Grand Rapids Griffins in the AHL.
COL: Here’s more on the Anton Blidh signing by the Colorado Avalanche over at Colorado Hockey Now.
VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights may have missed the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs but thwy return for the 2022-23 season with one of the strongest cores up the middle, led by Jack Eichel.
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CAL: Can the Calgary Flames actually convince someone to stay there and lock up newly acquired winger Jonathan Huberdeau? Or will they need to save face and eventually move him on the NHL trade market?
VAN: The Vancouver Canucks will have a preseason full of rival hatred,