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MHN Daily: Canadiens & Monahan, Habs On Team Canada

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The Montreal Canadiens almost missed out on acquiring Sean Monahan this summer.

A trio of Habs prospects on Team Canada?

Top-3 most deserving call-up candidates from the Laval Rocket.

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

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A trio of Montreal Canadiens prospects could be making Team Canada go Bleu, Blanc, Rouge at this year’s World Juniors, a first in 23 years.

The trade that brought Sean Monahan to the Canadiens was a stroke of genius by Kent Hughes. But the deal almost never happened.

The Canadiens have many young prospects surpassing expectations, putting some older Habs prospects at risk of falling down the depth chart.

The Top-3 most deserving call-up candidates from the Laval Rocket.

National Hockey Now

CGY: Calgary Flames goaltender Jacob Markstrom had some choice words to describe his play as of yet. Need a good laugh? Check this out.

NYI: New York Islanders assistant GM Chris Lamoriello breaks down the recent flurry of call ups from the club’s AHL team.

BOS:  Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney continues to do his best to keep superstar winger David Pastrnak wearing the Spoked B beyond this season.

PGH: It was only one game, only one goal for Kasperi Kapanen, and only one victory for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers may have gotten themselves a player in Alex Bump.

WSH: Early into Thursday night’s tilt between the Washington Capitals and Seattle Kraken, a big hit led to a fight between two unexpected opponents: T.J. Oshie and Yanni Gourde.MHN Daily: Canadiens & Monahan, Habs On Team Canada

FLA: The Florida Panthers almost got goalied again, but then, the damn broke open.

DET: Tyler Bertuzzi had successful surgery on his injured left hand and will be out six weeks.

VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights really love giving players away to the Carolina Hurricanes.

SJS: According to San Jose Sharks Head Coach David Quinn, there’s a difference between “good hockey” and “winning hockey.”

DAL: We all know what Dallas Stars forward Jason Robertson has been doing lately, but flying under the radar are some other pretty impressive performances.

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