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MHN Daily: Canadiens Draft Lottery Loophole, Sharks Trade Block

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The Montreal Canadiens won the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery, but that wouldn’t stop them from winning both lotteries in the 2023 NHL Draft Lottery.

Team Canada snubs a couple of Habs prospects.

Who is on the block for the San Jose Sharks.

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

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Could the Montreal Canadiens win both lotteries in the 2023 NHL Draft Lottery? It’s possible, here’s how.

With the World Junior Championship just around the corner, it’s time to take a look at the players that will likely make the trip to Halifax and Moncton to play for their national teams.

Team Canada announced their final roster for the upcoming World Junior Championship, and it only includes one Canadiens prospect.

National Hockey Now

CGY: Calgary Flames forward Jonathan Huberdeau speaks on why he loves playing at the Bell Centre.

NYI: New York Islanders forward Mat Barzal also took out coach Lane Lamber at practice. Things got… awkward.

BOS: Former Vancouver Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa shot down a recent story about the 2011 Stanley Cup Final told by former Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara as ‘One of the dumbest things we’ve ever heard.

PGH: Pittsburgh Penguins could be without top defenceman Jeff Petry after favouring his wrist the other game.

PHI: Former Philadelphia Flyers forward Jaromir Jagr came back to playing hockey at the tender age of 50 and, he looked quite good.

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

FLA: The Florida Panthers continue their slide down the NHL standings, and it come have some disastruous consequences.

DET: The most surprising thing about this season for the Detroit Red Wings so far.

VGK: Vegas Golden Knights are running into the injury bug again, and it might throw a wrench in their season.

SJS: With the San Jose Sharks firmly in the basement of the NHL, we look at the roster and which players could be on the move at the Trade Deadline.

DAL: Nils Lundkvist has found the spotlight and the Dallas Stars have found their overtime touch.

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