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MHN Daily: Slafkovsky’s Usage, Boston’s PR Nightmare

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Montreal Canadiens rookie Juraj Slafkovsky proving he deserves more ice time and better usage.

Josh Anderson given a two-game suspension for dangerous hit.

St-Louis thrilled with Kirby Dach’s play on top line.

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Should the Canadiens burn a year of Juraj Slafkovsky‘s ELC and keep him in the NHL, or would he be better off in the AHL?

Josh Anderson has been given a two-game suspension by NHL Player Safety after boarding Alex Pietrangelo.

Montreal Canadiens head coach Martin St-Louis has been looking for someone to complete his top line for 50 games now, and even he’s surprised he may have found the solution.

Canadiens Prospect Watch: Joshua Roy bounces back in a big way, Riley Kidney continues to impress, Oliver Kapanen finds his groove, and much more.

Did you miss any of the Canadiens news this week? We’ve got you covered with a weekly wrap-up.

Canada Hockey Now

CGY: Darryl Sutter has seen enough. His Calgary Flames have lost three straight games on home ice, so he’s going back to the lines that got them off to a hot start.

National Hockey Now

NYI: The New York Islanders failed to push their win streak to six games and one of the biggest reasons for their demise was their lack of success on the power play.

BOS: After a coming under heavy scrutiny for signing controversial defenseman Mitchell Miller on Friday, the Boston Bruins have parted ways with him, effective immediately.

PGH: Sidney Crosby has experienced a lot since he joined the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2005, but this is new territory for the 17-year vet.

PHI: Ottawa Senators right winger Claude Giroux reached a milestone Saturday night at the expense of his former team.

WSH: This past weekend has been a whirlwind for Aube-Kubel, but he’s excited to get started with the Washington Capitals.

FLA: The National Hockey League suspended Florida Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk for two games on Sunday for putting his stick in the face of Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick the night before.

DET: Ville Husso’s consistently strong play is making the case that he should be the Detroit Red Wings’ No. 1 goaltender.

VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights have three healthy NHL goalies, is a trade coming?

SJS: The San Jose Sharks keep finding new ways to lose, here’s what they need to fix.

DAL: Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill made moves this summer that are paying high dividends early on this season.

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