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Habs Daily: Harvey-Pinard’s Value, Guhle’s Intelligence, Injuries



Montreal Canadiens player Rafael Harvey-Pinard Habs news

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  • Kaiden Guhle scored a goal and an assist on Thursday night, but he did more than just add his name to the scoresheet. The smooth-skating defenceman turned smart defensive positioning into great scoring chances for his teammates. [Guhle Turning Defence Into Offence]
  • Rafael Harvey-Pinard received praise from Canadiens head coach Martin St-Louis. Not only was it well-deserved, it’s fair to say Harvey-Pinard has done everything possible to convince management he’s ready for a full-time job in the NHL. [By The Numbers: Harvey-Pinard Is More Than A Good Story]
  • The Habs gave health updates on Kirby Dach, Brendan Gallagher, and Arber Xhekaj. As has been the case throughout the year, the news was far from positive. [Canadiens Announce More Injury Woes]

National Hockey Now News

  • NYI: Newcomer Pierre Engvall hasn’t just struggled to fit with his new team, his head coach has had a difficult time using the speedy forward. [New York Islanders]
  • BOS: The Boston Bruins had their 10-game winning streak come to an end against Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers. [Boston Bruins]
  • PGH: A closer look at how the Pittsburgh Penguins have to perform salary cap gymnastics to recall Alex Nylander from the AHL. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • PHI: After a disappointing trade deadline, the Philadelphia Flyers have fired their GM, Chuck Fletcher. Former Hab Daniel Briere is set to take his place as interim general manager. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • WSH: The Washington Capitals forward Connor Brown was spotted on the ice for the first time since he tore his ACL. [Washington Capitals]
  • VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights are gearing up for a playoff run. Take a look at which Golden Knights players are hot, and which are not. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • COL: The Colorado Avalanche are the reigning Stanley Cup champions, but things have not gone smoothly this season. Can they flip the script? [Colorado Avalanche]
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