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MHN Daily: Canadiens Trade Targets, Markov News, Tkachuk Fight

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The Montreal Canadiens are focused on making the most of the 2023 NHL Draft, but also actively studying the availability of top prospects to help fill some big organizational holes.

Top 5 reasons Arber Xhekaj is the best surprise in the NHL.

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

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Canadiens prospects are receiving a lot of praise, and the World Junior Championships haven’t even started yet.

Where do Nick Suzuki, Jason Robertson and more rank in the 2017 1st Round NHL Re-Draft?

Kent Hughes is focused on making the most of the 2023 NHL Draft, but also actively studying the availability of top prospects to help fill some big organizational holes.

The Canadiens updated the situation when it came to honouring their former players, such as P.K. Subban and Andrei Markov.

National Hockey Now

NYI: After getting through the first month and a half unscathed, the New York Islanders have been ransacked with injuries as of late.

BOS: The Boston Bruins have moved into second place at FanDuel Sportsbook in odds to win the 2023 Stanley Cup

PGH: Is another Pittsburgh Penguins defencemen set to return to the lineup in record time?

PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers played a rare Thursday afternoon game in Toronto, but it didn’t change their fortune against the high-powered Maple Leafs.

WSH: Goalies stick together. That’s been the case for Washington Capitals netminders Darcy Kuemper and Charlie Lindgren, who have formed a tight bond both on and off the ice since signing this offseason.

FLA: Florida Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk jumped Nico Hischier at the end of the game as revenge for injuring Alexander Barkov.

DET: The NHL postponed the Detroit Red Wings’ Friday road game against the Ottawa Senators out of concern over a pending snowstorm.

VGK: Can the Vegas Golden Knights put together a package to pry Bo Horvat out of Vancouver?

SJS: The San Jose Sharks should be surging up, but instead, they’re as down as they’ve been all year.

DAL: The 2023 World Junior Championships are right around the corner, so let’s take a look at the roles that a couple of Dallas Stars prospects are expected to play for their respective nations.

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John Stone

Caufield – Suzuki – Richard … that would be a very interesting line imo. sure they would hit some bumps in the road, but it would be fun to see those 3 together for a shift or two. or all on the same pp unit.

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