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Canadiens Daily: Mailloux, Slafkovsky; NHL Trade Rumours

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The Montreal Canadiens remained quiet on the NHL trade and free agent markets this past week but there’s still some Montreal Canadiens news and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:

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As my partner Marco D’Amico pointed out, Montreal Canadiens prospect Logan Mailloux hanging out with teammates this weekend at the Lasso Country Music festival in Montreal shows how much the team is trying to integrate him into the their culture.

Montreal Canadiens prospect, and 2022 NHL Draft first pick overall, Juraj Slafkovsky continues to receive high praise from hall of famers.

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VAN: Will J.T. Miller‘s recent comments about wanting to stay with the Vancouver Canucks past this upcoming season affect his NHL Trade value?

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BOS: The Milan Lucic back to the Boston Bruins NHL trade rumours are heating up again.

PGH: In the eyes of our man in Pitt, Elvis should never leave the building and former Pittsburgh Penguins announcer Mike Lange should be honored by the team with a retired banner and/or a statue outside PPG Paints Arena.

PHI: Some of the Philadelphia Flyers prospects are shining at the World Junior Championships.

WSH: So what’s the strangest autograph request that Washington Capitals winger Tom Wilson has received?

DET: How are some of the Detroit Red Wings prospects doing at the World Juniors?

VGK: While the Vegas Golden Knights scour the NHL trade market for a goalie, could they also hit the free agent market for a winger?

SJS: The injury woes continue for San Jose Sharks defenceman Nikolai Knyzhov as the team has announced that he is out for the season thanks to tearing his right Achilles tendon recently.

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Hockey Canada romped again at the 2022 World Junior Championships beating Czechia 5-1 on Saturday.

The success of the 2022-23 New York Rangers will hinge on their youth.

 

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