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Montreal Canadiens GM Kent hughes on Canadiens trades

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

Habs News

  • The rebuilding Montreal Canadiens have many holes still left to plug in their lineup, but a staggering statistic makes their most pressing need look even more dire.[Canadiens’ Biggest Need]
  • With the season winding down for the Canadiens, there could still be hockey to be played for some top players this spring at the IIHF World Championships [World Championships]
  • The Habs got back to prime position for this spring’s NHL Draft Lottery, but, with two games left, things could still fluctuate. Here’s what you need to know. [NHL Draft Lottery]

National Hockey Now News

  • Boston Bruins goaltender Jeremy Swayman makes a winning tribute for a former coach in touching fashion after the Bruins’ record-breaking 63rd win of the season. [Boston Bruins]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins could be getting some much-needed reinforcements from the injury ward just in time for their final two games of the season. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • A little over two years ago, Nick Seeler, a journeyman defenseman who had played 105 NHL games over four seasons, needed a break from hockey. The Minnesota native came back rejuvenated, and he has turned into one of the Philadelphia Flyers’ most valuable defensemen this season; earning a Bill Masterton Trophy nomination. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • The Detroit Red Wings have decided that top prospect Simon Edvinsson will be playing his final game of the season on Monday, to help the Red Wings keep the youngster on his entry-level contract for an extra year.[Detroit Red Wings]
  • The Vegas Golden Knights continue to add prospects to their pipeline, as they signed goaltender Jesper Vikman to an entry-level contract while he continues to play for the Henderson Silver Knights this season. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • The Colorado Avalanche injury struggles have been a major issue so far this season, but, according to Elliotte Friedman, they could be getting some good news for the start of the playoffs regarding Cale Makar and Gabriel Landeskog. [Colorado Avalanche]
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