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Canadiens Daily: Roster Changes, Guhle, Waivers

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Key details in Nicolas Beaudin’s contract that Montreal Canadiens management needs to monitor.

Canadiens rookies are about to face their biggest test yet.

Kaiden Guhle and Brendan Gallagher secure win for Canadiens against Sabres.

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

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Canadiens rookies Kaiden Guhle, Jordan Harris and Arber Xhekaj are set to face their first big challenge of the season as the club embarks on an extended road trip.

Newly acquired defenceman Nicolas Beaudin will be looking to turn over a new leaf with the Canadiens, but some details will be important for management to monitor before he gets a shot on the main club.

The Montreal Canadiens started their four-game road trip on the right foot thanks in large part to Kaiden Guhle, beating the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 at the KeyBank Centre.

Canada Hockey Now

CGY: If there was a sense of relief when Jonathan Huberdeau scored the first goal of his debut season with the Calgary Flames, it might have been so he didn’t have to talk about it again

National Hockey Now

NYI: With Kieffer Bellows now no longer a part of the New York Islanders organization, the Islanders have some new cap space to play with.

BOS: Boston Bruins star winger Brad Marchand is confirmed to be coming back sooner than expected, fooled journalists all along.

PGH: Pittsburgh Penguins winger Jake Guentzel could be making a return to the lineup as soon as tomorrow, but there are still a few things to work out.

PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers claimed Kieffer Bellows on waivers from the Islanders and here’s why.

WSH: The Washington Capitals veteran Lars Eller had some wise words of advice for struggling youngster Connor McMichael.

FLA: Florida Panthers goaltender Spencer Knight made a bit of an adjustment to his skates during the offseason.

DET: A string of injuries is forcing the Detroit Red Wings to make some roster moves on the fly.

VGK: We’re almost ten games into the 2022-23 NHL season, and the Vegas Golden Knights look like a team transformed.

SJS: For one period, the supposedly lottery-bound San Jose Sharks were better than a Stanley Cup contender. Much better, in fact.

DAL: One of the biggest questions of the season for the Dallas Stars was whether or not 19-year-old Wyatt Johnston would stick with the team. We now have our answer.

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