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Habs Daily: Canadiens’ Call-Ups, Binnington Suspended



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Habs News

  • The emergence of Samuel Montembeault this season could possibly alter the Montreal Canadiens’ strategy when it comes to structuring their goaltending depth. [Samuel Montembeault]
  • Recent Montreal Canadiens call-ups likely to force general manager Kent Hughes’ hand this offseason: [Kent Hughes]
  • Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but there are a pair of NCAA players in the Montreal Canadiens prospect pool that continues to impress: Lane Hutson and Sean Farrell. [Canadiens Prospects]

National Hockey Now News

  • The New York Islanders are receiving some clutch play down the stretch from some unlikely sources. [New York Islanders]
  • The Boston Bruins may end up looking a little different from an organizational depth standpoint following this season due to a number of borderline NHL players that will be named Group 6 unrestricted free agents following the 2022-23 NHL regular season. [Boston Bruins]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins finally received some good news on the injury front as they get ready to fight for their playoff lives. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Carson Briere, whose father, Danny, was named the Philadelphia Flyers’ interim general manager last week, confirmed Wednesday he pushed a disabled student’s unoccupied wheelchair down the stairs at a bar Saturday. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • The Florida Panthers have some good momentum heading down the stretch, but it looks like it will all come down to goaltending. [Florida Panthers]
  • The Detroit Red Wings’ injury situation is getting worse, as Coach Derek Lalonde announced that defenseman Ben Chiarot has an upper-body injury that could keep him out for a while.[Detroit Red Wings]
  • Despite selling off some major pieces at the NHL Trade Deadline, the Washington Capitals look rejuvenated and are making a final push for the NHL playoffs. [Washington Capitals]
  • The Vegas Golden Knights traded many of their prospects over the years, but one is now emerging and looking primed to steal a roster spot right before the playoffs. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington was finally suspended for two games for his antics against the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night. [St. Louis Blues]
  • After breaking a long pointless streak that spanned over a month, new Colorado Avalanche forward, Lars Eller, looks to finally be finding his groove. [Colorado Avalanche]
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John Stone

motemblow needs to go.. so does F”allen”..Rebuilds suck… but a nessisary way of weeding the bad contracts Mr B signed. Hope hughes now knows he has to either 1) Draft or trade for a goalie and 2 ) start loojing into the goalies we do have and make something happen with them .. Having price o ltir is a blessing ( Not to him obviously) but to the cap. WE NEED to trade that contract somewhere.. cuz there is no WAY should a goalie receive 10 mill + . then we can start looking at The “Stud” D-man’s … those star wingers and so on… hopefully some gives soon… and i think the nhl should obolish this ltir rule.. if a player hasnt played an entire season .. YOU DONT GET PAID. Its like going to work and not working…. but expect to be paid!… ? … or … they cant sign a player for more then 4 years at a time for long terms. Help reduce teams stuck in the ltir loop. And have more contending teams for the stanley cup instead of the same teams over and over… Players these days are overly paid in my opinion. and you can thank Kovalchuck for these ridiculous contracts…

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