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Habs News

  • Check out the latest edition of the Montreal Canadiens Prospect Rankings, which include notes and highlights from some of the most exciting players in the Canadiens’ prospect pool . [Prospect Rankings: Spring Edition]
  • Habs forwards Jonathan Drouin and Alex Belzile are some of the most productive players in the lineup since January 1st. [Canadiens: By The Numbers]
  • Head coach Martin St-Louis discussed the challenges involved in dealing with a roster that is constantly changing due to an endless stream of injuries. [St-Louis On Endless Stream Of Injuries]
  • Powered by great efforts from Kaiden Guhle and Alex Belzile, the Canadiens pushed the Rangers to the limit on Thursday night. [Guhle and Belzile Shine In Shootout Loss]

National Hockey Now News

  • NYI: To say Cal Clutterbuck’s teammates were glad to have him around again would be an understatement. [New York Islanders]
  • BOS: The Boston Bruins had their hands full in an emotional matchup against Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers. [Boston Bruins]
  • PGH: Alex Nylander made a good first impression and earned a positive review from Mike Sullivan for his work during his Pittsburgh Penguins debut Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough to keep him in the NHL. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • PHI: If you were looking for a reason to watch the floundering Philadelphia Flyers, they gave you one. They recalled right winger Tyson Foerster today from the AHL’s Lehigh Valley Phantoms. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • WSH: The Washington Capitals welcomed back their former goaltender, Vitek Vanecek, when he returned to the ice. [Washington Capitals]
  • VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights seem to be dealing with the same sort of health issues as the Canadiens, in that they simply have too many players in the infirmary. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • COL: Colorado Avalanche head coach Jared Bednard is looking for better habits from his reigning champion lineup. [Colorado Avalanche]
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