Three potential trade candidates that could fill a need for the Montreal Canadiens.
The Habs reveal their new retro jerseys.
Martin St. Louis praises his penalty kill, but the goaltenders deserve most of the credit.
That, more Montreal Canadiens, NHL news, and NHL trade rumours in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
The Montreal Canadiens are still on the hunt for a veteran right-shot defenceman on the NHL trade market, and here are some of the options available to them.
Martin St. Louis is right in saying that the team’s penalty kill has been excellent thus far this year, but the goaltenders deserve a large part of the praise:
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CGY: The Calgary Flames have locked down what could be the best goaltending tandem in the NHL.
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NYI: The New York Islanders‘ backend has been heavily active on the rush and in the offensive zone, which has helped them create way more offence.
BOS: The Boston Bruins will have a new look to their lineup coming off giving up seven goals in a Tuesday night loss to the Ottawa Senators.
PGH: The ill-fated robo-pigeon logo will return this season as the Pittsburgh Penguins reverse retro jersey.
PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers unveiled their reverse retro jerseys Thursday, and they will be worn for eight games during the 2022-23 season.
WSH: After signing with the Seattle Kraken following his lengthy tenure with the Washington Capitals organization, defenseman Michal Kempny will become a free agent once again, pending waivers.
FLA: Eric Staal has a spot in the Florida Panthers locker room and was on the ice with them on Thursday morning. Yet Staal is not a member of the team. At least not officially. So what’s going on?
DET: The Detroit Red Wings’ brain trust didn’t need long to decide who to recall to replace missing players Tyler Bertuzzi and Jakub Vrana.
VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights’ retro reverse jersey was leaked back in September, and it looks like the leaks were true.
SJS: If San Jose Sharks head coach David Quinn doesn’t like young players, Adam Fox and Ryan Lindgren sure didn’t get the memo.
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?