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Canadiens Daily: Dadonov Trade Value; NHL Rumours; World Juniors



NHL Trade

Don’t be surprised to hear Montreal Canadiens forward Evgenii Dadonov’s name in NHL trade rumours during the 2022-23 season.

That, Montreal Canadiens news and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:

Montreal Canadiens

New Montreal Canadiens forward Evgenii Dadonov could turn out to be a valuable chip on the NHL trade market at some point during the 2022-23 season.

With the August 15 deadline to sign NCAA prospects now upon us, many believed the Montreal Canadiens would lose the rights to 2018 7th round pick, Brett Stapley, but a new rule in the NCAA may give them an extra year to make up their minds.

Canada Hockey Now

CAL: Calgary Flames forward Jonathan Huberdeau is donating his brain to Project Enlist Canada for research on brain injuries.

National Hockey Now

NYI: The New York Islanders had four prospects play at the World Juniors on Monday night when Canada faced Finland. Aatu Räty, Eetu Liukas, Matias Rajaniemi and Wiliam Dufour all suited up in the match.

PGH: The Pittsburgh Penguins didn’t have a third round pick at the 2022 NHL Entry Draft and that could turn out to be problematic considering their history of success drafting in the third round.

PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers are lacking in high end players and that could be the case for a while if GM Chuck Fletcher doesn’t get busy on the NHL trade market.

WSH: Washington Capitals centre Evgeny Kuznetsov didn’t make the cut for the top 20 centres list.

FLA: What are the latest NHL trade and free agent rumours surrounding the Florida Panthers? Ask Florida Hockey Now scribe George Richards.

DET: After getting moved prior to the March 21 NHL trade deadline, some former Detroit Red Wings are now having trouble finding work on the NHL free agent market.

VGK: Will the Vegas Golden Knights hit the NHL trade market for a goalie or will they let Logan Thompson handle the starter’s workload?

SJS: Tommy Wingels, and Luca Sbisa, are joining the San Jose Sharks as development coaches.


Hockey Canada remained undefeated at the 2022 World Junior Championships with a 6-3 win over Finland.



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