The Montreal Canadiens are still looking for a right-shot defenceman on the trade market.
The plans for Filip Mesar with the Kitchener Rangers
Kaiden Guhle continues to earn the favour of Martin St. Louis.
That, more Montreal Canadiens, NHL news, and NHL trade rumours in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
Filip Mesar is confirmed to be making his OHL debut with the Kitchener Rangers on Friday, and they have big plans for the youngster for this season.
Few Canadiens defencemen have earned their coach’s trust as quickly as Kaiden Guhle, but that shouldn’t come as a surprise.
The growing list of injuries for the Florida Panthers this early in the season could ultimately benefit the Montreal Canadiens’ rebuild.
Kent Hughes is still actively looking to acquire another right-shot defenceman to bolster his team’s defensive depth.
Canada Hockey Now
CGY: The Legend of Michael Stone is growing. Whether you compare him to a fine wine or Benjamin Button, the Calgary Flames defenceman seems to get better with age.
National Hockey Now
NYI: Another game, another electric performance from New York Islanders right winger Oliver Wahlstrom. What’s his secret?
BOS: Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery promised that the B’s would be a more offensive team, but…
PGH: There will be a few clunkers, but whose hot start is sustainable, and should the Pittsburgh Penguins have any worries?
PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers claimed 6-foot, 205-pound center Lukas Sedlak off waivers from Colorado on Wednesday.
WSH: What will the Washington Capitals‘ lineup look like with Connor Brown out long-term with an injury?
FLA: Just three games into the 2022-23 season, the Florida Panthers find themselves without star defenseman Aaron Ekblad for a third straight season.
DET: Oskar Sundqvist is all jokes, teasing and tomfoolery until he pulls on the Detroit Red Wings jersey. Then he becomes the symbol of blue-collar work ethic.
VGK: Six penalties in the second period alone sunk the Vegas Golden Knight’s chances of starting the season off 4-0.
SJS: David Quinn’s message to the San Jose Sharks at the beginning of practice was clear, the team needs to believe in themselves.
DAL:The Dallas Stars are 3-0. They have dominated three divisional games and currently lead the NHL in points and goal differential. Is it too early to really judge them? Or are these new Stars for real?