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Canadiens Daily: Former Hab On Captaincy, Drouin, Price



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Montreal Canadiens Jonathan Drouin ready for a fresh start with number change

Former Montreal Canadien gives his take on who should be the next captain.

That, more Montreal Canadiens and NHL news, as well as NHL trade rumours.

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After five years, Montreal Canadiens forward Jonathan Drouin has finally made the switch back to number No. 27, signifying a fresh start for the forward in a contract year.

Former Montreal Canadiens forward Mathieu Perreault gives his take on who the new captain should be for the Montreal Canadiens.

Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price took to Instagram to thank his fans for all their support over the years.

Canada Hockey Now

CGY: Calgary Flames‘ forward Nazem Kadri makes $1M donation to hometown surgical centre.

VAN: New assistant coach Mike Yeo brings some interesting facets to the Vancouver Canucks‘ coaching staff.

National Hockey Now

NYI: New information has come out concerning the New York Islanders Fisherman Reverse Retro jersey

BOS: Can Boston Bruins winger Nick Foligno rebound from a bad first season in a two-year, $7.6 million contract with a $3.8 million AAV?

PGH: Former 1st-round picks highlight the ‘underdog’ Pittsburgh Penguins coming to training camp this fall.

WSH: Washington Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin joins Capitals’ informal skate, officially back in North America

PHI: For the first time in his career, Philadelphia Flyers right winger Owen Tippett goes into a training camp with a job that looks extremely secure.

DET: Detroit Red Wings general manager Steve Yzerman believes that, in today’s NHL, two goalies are better than one.

VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights revealed their 2022 rookie camp roster Thursday, with Brendan Brisson, Kaedan Korczak, and Lukas Cormier highlighting the bunch.

SJS: Is San Jose Sharks‘ prospect Thomas Bordeleau had an impressive showing at the world juniors, but is he NHL-ready yet?


Kevin Cheveldayoff is the only general manager of the Winnipeg Jets since they were reborn with the relocation of the Atlanta Thrashers. Could the Jets be moving on to their second general manager after this season?


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Fred Harrison

Number 27 should be retired in the rafters in honour of a former Hab Assistant Captain , major reason for 2 Stanley Cup wins and an All Time Great –THE BIG M …

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