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Canadiens Daily: Price’s Health, Hughes’ Plan, Mesar’s Future



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Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes outlines what he believes a successful season would looks like.

Carey Price breaks down why it’s looking unlikely that he’ll ever play again

Filip Mesar’s immediate future is still to be decided.

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

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The Canadiens would prefer to see Filip Mesar play in the OHL this season, but negotiations are ongoing, as there are other options to choose from.

Kent Hughes isn’t afraid to send young players to Laval. He made it clear this year is about development, and doing what’s best for top prospects.

Carey Price‘s return to play seems to be more and more unlikely, as he breaks down all the obstacles impeding him from returning.

Canada Hockey Now

CGY: The Calgary Flames aren’t going into the season with a captain this year, and the reason is rather interesting.

National Hockey Now

NYI: After a difficult 2021-2022 season, New York Islanders defenceman Ryan Pulock is looking to bounce back and get back to his offensive ways.

BOS: It probably was too far-fetched to even be a goal for him, so it wasn’t surprising to see the wonder in Boston Bruins rookie Jakub Lauko’s eyes as he talked about making his NHL debut.

PGH: Superior skating was a key element in the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Stanley Cup runs in 2016 and 2017, and they need to get back to it quickly.

PHI: Dave Scott, chairman of the Philadelphia Flyers’ parent company, Comcast Spectacor, is the eternal optimist; and he believes the Flyers are bound for a bounceback season.

WSH: On Monday afternoon, Aliaksei Protas saw his name on the Washington Capitals main roster. The 21-year-old, in shock, called his wife and parents, who are still in Belarus, to share the news and celebrate.

FLA: The Florida Panthers are the latest team to include advertising on their jerseys, signing South Florida-based auto magnate AutoNation to a three-year deal.

DET: Detroit Red Wings defenceman Jake Walman was a player that general manager Steve Yzerman and his staff watched for some time; and he’s almost ready to show what he can do.

VGK: Vegas Golden Knights captain Mark Stone was dominant in the club’s season-opening game against the Kings; a sign of things to come?

SJS: Top San Jose Sharks prospect William Eklund looking to be “the guy” with the Barracuda in the AHL, earn a call-up.

DAL: When Dallas Stars head coach Pete DeBoer was asked about his potential leadership group during training camp, he said he had started to have conversations with a few players.

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