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MHN Daily: Canadiens Trade Partners, Penguins & Wild Talk Trade

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

Montreal Canadiens

  • Being at the half-season mark in the NHL, it’s time for the first MHN 2023 NHL Mock Draft, where the Montreal Canadiens are slated to pick twice in the top 16.
  • The Canadiens are focused on developing their young players, and, outside of Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield, there are a few success stories being written so far this season, like Jordan Harris and Kirby Dach.
  • The NHL trade chatter linking Sean Monahan to the Colorado Avalanche has continued to pick up.
  • With some players hitting the waivers this season, the Montreal Canadiens are in good standing leading up to the NHL Trade Deadline.

National Hockey Now

  • NYI: New York Islanders defenceman Adam Pelech is nearing a return, and just in the nick of time too.
  • BOS: Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney trying to get creative on the trade front.
  • PGH: Six weeks ahead of the NHL trade deadline, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Minnesota Wild are talking trade.
  • PHI: There has been a familiar theme during the Philadelphia Flyers’ recent surge: Contributions from all four lines.
  • WSH: The Washington Capitals continue to make shocking roster decisions, this time scratching a veteran and former Stanley Cup-winner.
  • FLA: Florida Panthers forward Anthony Duclair is close to a return, but could he be ahead of schedule?
  • DET: Detroit Red Wings goalie Alex Nedeljkovic cleared waivers Monday and was assigned to the Grand Rapids Griffins.
  • VGK: After another season bogged down by a string of injuries, this is what the Vegas Golden Knights‘ roster would look like if everyone was healthy.
  • SJS: The San Jose Sharks are making a statement about how they’d like to play moving forward by scratching fan-favourite Kevin Labanc.
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