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MHN Daily: Guhle Injury, Roy & Mesar Shine, Draft Odds



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Montreal Canadiens

  • Montreal Canadiens prospect Filip Mesar has found another gear at the World Junior Championship, and the timing couldn’t be better for Slovakia.
  • Unfortunately the Canadiens will have to do without rookie defencemen Kaiden Guhle in their matchup against the Capitals. He did not attend practice following a collision with Sasha Barkov that left him clutching his leg.
  • While the Canadiens continue to slump during a very difficult December, they are trending toward a very good Draft pick at the 2023 Draft, especially when you consider their current point pace, underlying numbers, and strength of schedule.
  • Thanks to an excellent showing at the World Junior Championship, Canadiens prospect Joshua Roy leads the charge among Habs hopefuls. He’s currently third overall in tournament scoring.

National Hockey Now

  • NYI: The New York Islanders have suffered yet another blow to their health, as Oliver Wahlstrom has been placed on the injured reserve.
  • BOS: The Boston Bruins are excited for their upcoming showdown with the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Winter Classic.
  • PGH: The Penguins may be struggling, but their captain, Sidney Crosby, was recently honoured by receiving an Order of Canada “for being one of the greatest hockey players of all time and for supporting community service initiatives for youth.”
  • PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers will ring in the new year with…the world’s largest hockey puck. No, seriously. Take a look.
  • WSH: Former Canadiens and Washington Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly announced his retirement from the NHL.
  • FLA: The Florida Panthers were eagerly awaiting the return of Sasha Barkov, and he definitely delivered in his first game back, scoring a very quick hat-trick against the Canadiens.
  • DET: Former Detroit Red Wings’ right-winger Barry Cullen passed away.
  • VGK: On the lighter side of things: here’s a compilation of Mark Stone expressions.
  • SJS: The more things change, the more things stay the same for the San Jose Sharks.
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