Laval Rocket come to a perfect compromise with former Montreal Canadiens prospect.
Jonathan Drouin is coming into camp to prove that he belongs in management’s plans.
That, Montreal Canadiens news and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
The Laval Rocket signed former Canadiens prospect Brett Stapley to an AHL contract, proving to be a perfect compromise for both parties.
Canadiens winger Jonathan Drouin is healthy and ready to prove that he belongs in the long-term plans for the rebuilding club.
Canada Hockey Now
CAL: The Calgary Flames have added some offensive firepower to their AHL affiliate, the Calgary Wranglers.
VAN: The perfect defensive unit for the Vancouver Canucks is seemingly within reach.
National Hockey Now
NYI: With many of the club’s top prospects likely to suit with the New York Islanders‘ AHL affiliate, the Bridgeport Islanders, head coach Brent Thompson has a critical year ahead of him.
PGH: The Pittsburgh Penguins extended head coach Mike Sullivan for another three years; Sullivan points to strong relationships and hard conversations as reasons for his longevity as coach.
FLA: While the Florida Panthers have not confirmed as of yet, the start of training camp should be somewhere around Sept. 22.
DET: Albin Grewe recognizes that his opportunity to grow into a role with the Detroit Red Wings is now or never. The sands of time are running out on his NHL dream.
PHI: Philadelphia Flyers forward Scott Laughton believes the Flyers need a demanding coach like Tortorella to get to the next level.
WSH: The Washington Capitals will have several new names at training camp looking to to secure their spot in the team’s core group. One of those players is Connor Brown.
COL: Speculating on what the next contract for Colorado Avalanche star centre Nathan MacKinnon could look like.
VGK: New Vegas Golden Knights goaltender, Adin Hill, excited to share the net with childhood friend, Logan Thompson.
SJS: Why the Adin Hill trade between the San Jose Sharks and the Vegas Golden Knights is a win-win for both teams.