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Five Montreal Canadiens that have the most to prove at training camp.

Canadiens prospect Owen Beck is looking to take the next step in his development.

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

Montreal Canadiens

The Canadiens will have a very competitive training camp this September, but there are five players in particular that have the most to prove going into camp.

Canadiens prospect Owen Beck is looking to take the next step in his development this season by diversifying his offence.

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VAN: The current situation in Russia has invoked some meaningful responses from Vancouver Canucks fans over the last few days.

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NYI: Which New York Islanders forwards should be lining up next to franchise player Matt Barzal this season?

PGH: Lose. Get high draft picks. Win. The Pittsburgh Penguins have done it twice. It should be that simple for all NHL teams, but as history and the current Metropolitan Division shows, it clearly is not.

FLA: The Florida Panthers are set to have an advantageous first month of the 2022-2023 season, and they should take full advantage of it.

DET: The NHL Network finally has a reason to like the resurging Detroit Red Wings next season.

PHI: Philadelphia Flyers signed a late-blooming right-winger and are set to open up training camp on September 22.

WSH: Ea Sports offers a first look at Washington Capitals star Alexander Ovechkin in NHL 23, and it’s… interesting.

COL: Speculating on what the next contract for Colorado Avalanche star centre Nathan MacKinnon could look like.

VGK: Vegas Golden Knights change their minds again and acquire goaltender Adin Hill for a fourth round pick.

SJS: San Jose Sharks take advantage of Golden Knights’ goalie crunch by trading goaltender Adin Hill for a draft pick.

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