The NHL trade market for goalies could open again soon and the Montreal Canadiens could benefit.
That and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
Obviously the status of Carey Price will play a major role in doing so, but if the situation presented itself, Marco D’Amico makes a valid case for the Montreal Canadiens to move Jake Allen on the NHL trade market before the season starts.
Former Montreal Canadiens defenceman Josh Brook has been invited to Calgary Flames training camp on a professional tryout.
Canada Hockey Now
CAL: Did the Calgary Flames pay too much on the in salary (and on the NHL trade market) and give too much term for forward Jonathan Huberdeau? I’ve said this all along but what does my colleague Steve Macfarlane think?
VAN: How is the wing depth of the Vancouver Canucks looking a month before training camp? Do they need to hit the NHL trade market to improve it?
National Hockey Now
BOS: The Boston Bruins are in a 48-hour buyout window from the Pavel Zacha signing this past Monday, but don’t expect the likes of a Nick Foligno or Craig Smith to be bought out.
NYI: How did Anders Lee become captain of the New York Islanders?
PGH: Moving Marc-Andre Fleury on the NHL trade market or in an expansion draft tends to haunt teams eh?
PHI: Philadelphia Flyers goalie prospect Ivan Fedotov has a trial date set for Sept. 20 as he tries to beat charges he tried to evade serving for the Russian Navy in the unjust war on Ukraine.
WSH: Sammi Silber says the Washington Capitals should not have former Montreal Canadiens forward Lars Eller on the NHL trade market right now.
FLA: Paul Maurice has finalized the coaching staff for the Florida Panthers.
COL: Once again, the Colorado Avalanche are the toughest and most expensive ticket to get in Denver.
Mason McTavish is ripping it up for Hockey Canada at the World Juniors.
The hockey sexual assault scandals in Canada continue to surface. The latest involves an alleged police cover up and the victim being ignored after she was allegedly gang-raped in Quebec City by members of the 2014 Gatineau Olympiques. if true, those cops should be charged. Absolutely disgraceful! (QMJHL).
New: Quebec City police have opened an internal investigation to re-examine 2014 sexual assault allegations involving four Gatineau Olympiques players, Bloc MP Sebastien Lemire told me.@seblemire
— Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) August 11, 2022