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MHN Daily: Canadiens Secret Target At 2022 Draft, Defence Pairs

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The Montreal Canadiens had a specific target in mind at the 2022 NHL Draft and tried to trade up to draft them.

Who should sit when Mike Matheson returns?

Interview with top prospect Owen Beck.

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

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The Montreal Canadiens were transparent about their desire to want to move up at the 2022 NHL Draft and one of their targets has just been revealed.

Mike Matheson is approaching a return to play, which leads us to the question, who sits?

Here are some insane stats that show the growing impact of Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield

Montreal Canadiens prospect Owen Beck was blessed with many skills, but his most impressive strength is his intelligence.

Canada Hockey Now

CGY: Calgary Flames head coach Darryl Sutter has placed Jonathan Huberdeau on the third line for a specific reason.

National Hockey Now

NYI: Former New York Islanders goalie Roberto Luongo set to be immortalized in the Hall of Fame.

BOS: When it comes to fighting for inclusion and against bigotry and racism, the Boston Bruins players continue to walk the talk.

PGH: Just a few days ago, the Pittsburgh Penguins might have been heartily in favour of a major rule change that absolutely no one has proposed.

PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers made a handful of roster moves Monday ahead of a three-game road trip.

WSH: Lars Eller had some choice words to describe the Washington Capitals‘ effort against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

FLA: Coming into the season, the defensive structure of the Florida Panthers was a concern, here’s what changed.

DET: After missing the past three Grand Rapids Griffins games with an illness, top Detroit Red Wings prospect Simon Edvinsson is feeling better and practicing with the team.

VGK: Instead of putting top scorers like Jack Eichel, Jonathan Marchessault, or Mark Stone out to start the game, the Vegas Golden Knights start the fourth line every game. Here’s why.

SJS: San Jose Sharks defenseman Radim Simek played just 24 seconds against the Minnesota Wils before being taken out by Mason Shaw.

DAL: The Dallas Stars Joe Pavelski continues to push for prestigious career mark as an American-born player.

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