A couple of Montreal Canadiens prospects could be on the move in the CHL by the end of the month.
Could Patrick Kane be on the New York Islanders’ radar?
Carey Price attracted a lot of attention following a statement on social media this week.
That, Montreal Canadiens news and more in the latest MHN Canadiens Daily:
The Canadiens have had a hot potato on their hands with their roster logjam since the start of the season, and it’s impeded some gifted players from getting the ice time they deserve.
The Canadiens have some coveted prospects that may be on the move before the end of the current trade period in the CHL.
Thanks to an excellent season that has reached historical levels, exciting Canadiens prospect Lane Hutson has been named to Team USA’s World Junior Championship select camp.
Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price attracted a lot of attention following a statement on social media this week.
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CGY: No disrespect to Dan Vladar but the Calgary Flames need their Vezina guy back.
NYI: Could the New York Islanders go after three-time Stanley Cup champion, and pending unrestricted free agent Patrick Kane?
BOS: Former coach Bruce Cassidy received a warm ovation from Boston Bruins fans upon his return to Boston.
PGH: Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang, whose season was interrupted by a stroke one week ago, was on the ice again today.
PHI: Are Philadelphia Flyers coach John Tortorella and GM Chuck Fletcher on the same page?
WSH: Washington Capitals centre Nicklas Backstrom be returning from his injury sooner than anticipated?
FLA: The injuries continue to pile up for the Florida Panthers, as they placed Patric Hornqvist on long-term injured reserve (LTIR).
DET: When Derek Lalonde started coaching the Detroit Red Wings, players quickly realized that he brought some of the Tampa Bay Lightning’s success with him.
VGK: Vegas Golden Knights forward Jack Eichel could be playing through an injury that could see him miss some time.
SJS: There’s not a lot of good news surrounding the San Jose Sharks right now, but Mario Ferraro’s should-be-quicker-than-expected return is a ray of light.
DAL: Dallas Stars defenseman Nils Lundkvist hasn’t played since Nov. 26, but he’s keeping his confidence up for when he finally gets his next crack at the lineup.