What is needed for a trade between the Montreal Canadiens and Washington Capitals to happen?
How Nick Suzuki’s new contract already looking like a great investment.
Likeliest candidates for Canadiens to move if a trade does materialize in the coming days.
That, more Montreal Canadiens, NHL news, and NHL trade rumours in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
Both the Canadiens and Capitals are over $10M over the salary cap, so a trade between the two will be tricky.
Nick Suzuki is quickly providing excellent value in the early stages of his new eight-year contract.
General manager Kent Hughes is looking to make a move, but who are the likeliest candidates to move if a trade does materialize in the coming days?
Cole Caufield has become one of the best 5v5 goal scorers in the league, but there’s a lot more to his game than just goals.
Canada Hockey Now
CGY: Calgary Flames head coach calls the recent play of his team ‘concerning’ amid their losing skid.
National Hockey Now
NYI: The New York Islanders are racking up the wins, and Brock Nelson has been a huge reason why.
BOS: The Boston Bruins have signed former Arizona Coyotes draft pick and former controversial USHL star defenseman Mitchell Miller to an entry-level contract.
PGH: Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jake Guentzel nearing a return, but the delay is becoming worrisome.
PHI: Former Philadelphia Flyers forward Claude Giroux has done a lot in his career, but he’s about to reach another milestone at age 34.
WSH: The Washington Capitals aren’t panicking just yet, but that hasn’t stopped Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes from reaching out to the club.
FLA: Paul Maurice said after Tuesday night’s loss in Arizona that this was the first time his Florida Panthers lost a game due to its play in the third period, and they almost did it again.
DET: Ville Husso’s consistently strong play is making the case that he should be the Detroit Red Wings’ No. 1 goaltender.
VGK: Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the trade that brought Jack Eichel to the Vegas Golden Knights.
SJS: San Jose Sharks defenceman Erik Karlsson set a new scoring record for the team, but it wasn’t enough to get them the win.
DAL: Miro Heiskanen once again proving his the most valuable skater for the Dallas Stars.