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Canadiens Daily: Trade Chatter, Gainey Honoured, Hutson Scores

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Montreal Canadiens and Philadelphia Flyers make for logical trade partners.

Lane Hutson is off to a great start to his NCAA career

Interview with Canadiens’ prospect Sean Farrell

Bob Gainey honoured by the Dallas Stars

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

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Sean Farrell is focused on a national championship in the NCAA, but remains excited about a potential future in Montreal.

Cole Caufield is being compared to Brian Savage, in a good way.

Canadiens Prospect Watch: Lane Hutson is off to a great start to his NCAA career

The Philadelphia Flyers‘ growing injury list could provide the Montreal Canadiens with an opportunity to solve their logjam at forward.

Canada Hockey Now

CGY:The crappy jokes are flying after Calgary Flames head coach Darryl Sutter dropped a bomb in his post-game press conference on Saturday night.

National Hockey Now

NYI: The New York Islanders have seemingly turned it around in short order, winning their last three games following a shaky start to the season, But how?

BOS: The Boston Bruins and star winger David Pastrnak share a mutual desire for Pastrnak to wear the Spoked B for at least another eight seasons after this one.

PGH: A week ago, the Pittsburgh Penguins still had not lost a game in regulation, and looked fully capable of competing for the Stanley Cup, but lately, something’s been missing.

PHI: Sean Couturier underwent another back surgery Thursday, the Philadelphia Flyers announced Saturday, and it’s fair to wonder if his career is in jeopardy.

WSH: The Washington Capitals may have beaten the Nashville Predators, but they still suffered a setback in Music City as they saw T.J. Oshie and John Carlson go down with injuries.

FLA: The Florida Panthers wanted their top line to shoot the puck more and they have answered in a big way the past two games.

DET: The Detroit Red Wings have seen their depth challenged before they could even hit the 10-game mark of the season, and they’re somehow still afloat.

VGK: William Karlsson has looked like a different player this season for the Vegas Golden Knights, and the original Knight looks like he’s just getting started.

SJS: At the begining of the season, San Jose Sharks defenceman Erik Karlsson still believed he was among the elite in the NHL, and he’s been showing it lately.

DAL: If the Hockey World had a one-word summary to describe former Dallas Stars general manager Bob Gainey, in bold type, that word would be RESPECT.

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