The Montreal Canadiens recent success has management altering their strategy for the 2023 NHL Draft
Top-5 Canadiens moves under Jeff Gorton.
Three most surprising Habs prospects this season.
That, Montreal Canadiens news and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
The Canadiens’ recent success has management altering their strategy for the upcoming 2023 NHL Draft, but in a way that differs from their predecessors.
Juraj Slafkovsky needs to be given some growth opportunities.
It’s been one year since the Habs fired Marc Bergevin and hired Jeff Gorton. Take a look at the top 5 moves in the last year:
The Canadiens have surprised, but so too have some of their prospects; in ways perhaps even Kent Hughes didn’t see coming. More on these surprising prospects below:
Canada Hockey Now
CGY: How long can the Calgary Flames wait until they’re forced to make a move? It’s getting close to that time.
National Hockey Now
NYI: The New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers are not two teams that like each other very much, and Alexander Romanov got his first taste of it.
BOS: A day after he and his team lost goalie Linus Ullmark and forward Craig Smith to injuries, Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery didn’t seem too worried as he gave updates on all his current injured players.
PGH: It’s no coincidence that the Pittsburgh Penguins haven’t given up a power-play goal in the seven games since Teddy Blueger joined the lineup. Here’s why.
PHI: Cam Atkinson took part in his first full-contact practice of the season Monday, said he “felt really good,” and is close to returning to the Philadelphia Flyers’ injury-riddled lineup.
WSH: Did the Washington Capitals make a mistake trading away Ilya Samsonov and Vitek Vanecek?
FLA: When a team loses as big a piece as the Florida Panthers have with captain Sasha Barkov, you have to make adjustments.
DET: The Detroit Red Wings view their many injuries from shot-blocking as the price to pay for success.
VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights have yet another goaltending controversy on their hands.
SJS: There’s a lot of good and a lot of bad going on lately with the San Jose Sharks.
DAL: Jason Robertson is the hottest Dallas Stars player, and possibly the most impactful NHLer right now.