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MHN Daily: Canadiens Prospects, Florida’s Draft Pick, Slafkovsky

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  • Canadiens prospect Riley Kidney, who was recently traded to the Gatineau Olympiques in a blockbuster deal, played the hero for his new team by earning three points and an overtime goal in their 4-3 win over the league-leading Quebec Remparts.
  • The Florida Panthers may end up going through a retool much sooner than anticipated, and that bodes well for the Canadiens seeing as they own Florida’s 2023 first-round pick.
  • There’s no denying Juraj Slafkovsky’s usage has been rocky, but it’s also fair to point out that the rookie has struggled mightily in recent games. An AHL assignment may be in order.
  • A lot of NHL teams depend on LTIR, which means the Canadiens could be in an ideal spot to profit from the 2023 trade deadline.

 

National Hockey Now

  • NYI: A closer look at the impact Lane Lambert has made within the New York Islanders organization.
  • PGH: The Pittsburgh Penguins can’t seem to find their rhythm, and their head coach, Mike Sullivan, is desperately searching for answers.
  • PHI: The Philadelphia Flyers have received an impressive amount of offence from Tyler Konecny this season, in what can only be described as his breakout year.
  • WSH: Washington Capitals will finally receive some much-needed reinforcements in the form of Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson. The two players should return to the Capitals lineup against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • FLA: Veteran Eric Staal has found new life with the Florida Panthers, turning back the clock in the process.
  • DET: With both Tyler Bertuzzi and Filip Zadina nearing a return to play, the Detroit Red Wings opted to send behemoth Elmer Soderblom to their AHL affiliate.
  • VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights and Chicago Blackhawks could end up being perfect trade partners
  • SJS: Canadiens fans will empathize with this one. The San Jose Sharks are suffering a power play outage.
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