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Habs Daily: NHL Draft Options, Monahan’s Return, St-Louis

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All the latest Habs news, recent Montreal Canadiens stories, as well as news and information from around the National Hockey League.

Habs News

  • In the latest edition of the Canadiens Mailbag: the NHL Trade Deadline, Draft options, Rafael Harvey-Pinard’s potential, injury woes, and much more.
  • Habs head coach Martin St-Louis was visibly annoyed at his team’s performance on Thursday night, but it wasn’t due to the lopsided score, it was because of the lack of effort from his players.
  • Veteran forward Sean Monahan was spotted skating in a regular jersey, the first time he’s hit the ice without a no-contact injury since his lower-body injury on Dec. 5.

National Hockey Now News

  • NYI: New York Islanders fans described legendary goaltender Billy Smith with one word. Smith was honoured prior to Friday night’s matchup between the Islanders and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
  • BOS: The Boston Bruins are reportedly interested in acquiring a forward, but it does not seem like a deal involving Patrick Kane is on the table.
  • PGH: Without bold strokes and sweeping changes, this season is the final chapter of the Pittsburgh Penguins dynasty.
  • PHI: There’s a silver lining to the Philadelphia Flyers‘ most recent loss. Unsurprisingly, the silver lining happens to be draft-related.
  • DET: The Detroit Red Wings‘ newly-discovered swagger is leading to significant success on the ice.
  • WSH: The Washington Capitals and Dmitry Orlov have begun contract extension negotiations, but according to those in the know, the discussion has not gone smoothly.
  • VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights are missing a net-front presence in their lineup, could they pull off a trade to address the glaring weakness?
  • SJS+: A closer look at some reasonable trade options involving the San Jose Sharks and the New Jersey Devils.
  • LAK: The Los Angeles Kings believe recently extended defenceman Mikey Anderson will be an important part of their leadership group moving forward.
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