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MHN Daily: Subban & Price Triple Low Five, NHL Trade Market

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Canadiens goaltender Carey Price and PK Subban

All the latest Montreal Canadiens news, as well as the most recent news from around the NHL.

Montreal Canadiens

  • P.K. Subban returned to Montreal to a hero’s welcome, delivering a fantastic speech as well as performing the famous triple-low five with Carey Price.
  • Young players such as Arber Xhekaj and Jonathan Kovacevic discussed the impact made by P.K. Subban during his time with the Canadiens.
  • Xhekaj dropped the gloves with Predators forward Tanner Jeannot, landing yet another jaw-smashing right hook.
  • According to sources the St-Louis Blues are not interested in being sellers at the NHL trade deadline, which should give Kent Hughes and the Canadiens more leverage as the trade landscape shifts to a seller’s market.
  • Prospect Vinzenz Rohrer was involved in an unfortunate incident which resulted in the young player being stretchered off the ice. He underwent a series of tests and is now back at home, resting. He will be kept out of action indefinitely.
  • Vincent Lecavalier took part in an interview in which he focused on Juraj Slafkovsky’s development, where he should be playing, as well as Lecavalier’s own time in the NHL as an 18-year-old.

National Hockey Now

  • NYI: Brock Nelson is in the midst of a 10-game scoring drought. Could it cost the New York Islanders a playoff spot?
  • BOS: Forward Tomas Nosek has been playing through an injury for the Boston Bruins.
  • PGH: The Pittsburgh Penguins’ blue line is already missing a lot of key players, and it could get worse in the near future.
  • PHI: Philadelphia Flyers are receiving good value from Owen Tippett, making the Claude Giroux deal look like a great trade for the franchise.
  • WSH: As was the case with the Laval Rocket a few years ago, the Washington Capitals’ AHL affiliate currently has too many veterans on the roster, which means Jakub Vrana was recently made a healthy scratch.
  • FLA: Could Florida Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk be considered for the Hart Trophy?
  • DET: The numbers are lying when it comes to Detroit Red Wings defenceman Moritz Seider.
  • VGK: Mark Stone is back in action and playing better than ever for the Vegas Golden Knights.
  • SJS: San Jose Sharks 2021 first-round pick William Eklund got into a fight, which is definitely out of his wheelhouse.
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