Former Montreal Canadiens goalie Patrick Roy paid his former club a visit at Brossard on Monday.
The Canadiens made a fourth wave of cuts at training camp, including 2022 1st-round pick Filip Mesar
Who should play with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield this season?
That, more Montreal Canadiens, NHL news, and NHL trade rumours in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
The Canadiens make their fourth round of cuts, trimming the roster by 7 players, including prospects Filip Mesar & Mattias Norlinder.
Former Montreal Canadiens goaltender Patrick Roy was in Brossard on Monday morning to be around the team and meet with the team’s management group.
Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield finished first and second in team scoring last season, respectively, but the question remains, who will complete the trio?
Canada Hockey Now
CGY: Under Darryl Sutter, the Calgary Flames were historically a lines-in-a-blender team, but he’s begun building sustainable lines through the creation of duos.
National Hockey Now
NYI: Following Tuesday’s morning skate, Mat Barzal elaborated on all the reasons for deciding to spend the next eight years with the New York Islanders.
BOS: The final roster for the Boston Bruins is beginning to take shape with more cuts from training camp, including Swedish winger Oskar Steen being placed on waivers to be sent down to the Providence Bruins.
PGH: Could former Pittsburgh Penguins legend Jaromir Jagr finally be calling it a career?
PHI: After practice Tuesday morning in Voorhees, demanding Philadelphia Flyers coach John Tortorella was asked about defenseman Cam York’s training-camp performance, his answer was interesting.
WSH: The Washington Capitals will see several of their regulars draw in for Wednesday’s tilt against the Detroit Red Wings, but there are also fringe players that are suiting up as well.
FLA: It has been more than five years since Jaromir Jagr played for the Florida Panthers but his impact on the team continues to this day.
DET: Only three seasons ago, Dominik Kubalik netted 30 goals and appeared to be a goal-scoring prodigy for the Chicago Blackhawks. Three years later, he’s with the Detroit Red Wings. And he’s off to a solid start.
VGK: Vegas Golden Knights forward Mark Stone had a “little piece of crap” seemingly removed from his back during surgery.
SJS: There were some big surprises when the San Jose Sharks announced their European road trip roster yesterday.
DAL: The Rangers may not have seen Nils Lundkvist blossoming in the Big Apple, but so far in his time with the Dallas Stars, that is exactly what he has done.