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MHN Daily: Canadiens Roster Moves, Capitals & Canucks

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The silver lining in the Montreal Canadiens’ defensive rotation in the present and the future.

A potential trade fit between the Capitals and Canucks.

The Oilers joining the list of teams kicking tires on Erik Karlsson.

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

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Seeing Arber Xhekaj or Jordan Harris sit in the press box for the Canadiens is a frustrating sight, but it’s part of a process that fans will surely appreciate down the road.

Injuries are starting the pile up for the Canadiens, which now presents an opportunity for some underachieving players like Joel Armia to make an impact.

Trade rumours have recently linked Josh Anderson to the New Jersey Devils, but NHL Insiders point to different potential suitors. 

National Hockey Now

CGY: The Calgary Flames made some extra room on their flight to Columbus with a major call-up from the AHL.

NYI: The New York Islanders not only lost to the St. Louis Blues 7-5 but lost their top-pairing defenseman.

BOS: Can the Boston Bruins keep up their success this season as they set out on a long road trip?

PGH: Piittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang, in what could be described as a large surprise, was on the ice for Penguins practice Thursday

PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers’ scoring woes continued, and the frustration bubbled over as Travis Konecny went after Washington superstar Alex Ovechkin.

WSH: Elliotte Friedman linked Brock Boeser to the Washington Capitals, and believed Anthony Mantha could be a fair return

FLA: According to a report from Finnish news source IS, Florida Panthers captain Sasha Barkov has been away from the team due to a long bout with pneumonia.

DET: When asked last spring whether on how he would ready himself should the Detroit Red Wings come calling, Jonatan Berggren had a simple answer

VGK: Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Alex Pietrangelo will be away from the team indefinitely.

SJS: It appears that the Edmonton Oilers have some interest in Erik Karlsson.

DAL: Colin Miller’s recent offensive surge has given the Dallas Stars some hope for what is to come on the blue line.

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