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Habs Daily: Byron’s Future, Memorial Cup, Trade Proposals



Montreal Canadiens forward Paul Byron

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

Habs News

  • The Montreal Canadiens will be represented by two prospects at the 2023 Memorial Cup, but Owen Beck (Peterborough Petes) and Jared Davidson (Seattle Thunderbirds) have very different long-term goals heading into the tournament. [Beck And Davidson Set To Play At The Memorial Cup]
  • Check out the most recent edition of the Habs Mailbag, which covers the Pierre-Luc Dubois situation, Paul Byron’s future, trade proposals, the 2023 NHL Entry Draft, and much more. [Habs Mailbag: Dubois, Trades, Byron, Lafreniere]

National Hockey Now Network

  • The Florida Panthers were underdogs long before they grabbed a playoff spot by the skin of their teeth and pulled off one upset after another to advance to their first Stanley Cup Final berth since 1996. [Florida Panthers]
  • We are closing in on one year since Joe Sakic was promoted to President of Hockey Operations, with Chris MacFarland taking over as general manager of the Colorado Avalanche. Take a look at some of the best trades made by the Burnaby native while he was the Avalanche GM. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • By now, it’s a foregone conclusion as to who the Chicago Blackhawks will take with the first pick of the 2023 NHL Draft. Bedard brings more to the table than just the eye-popping numbers. [Chicago Blackhawks]
  • Don’t expect a decision or announcement on the Pittsburgh Penguins GM search today or this weekend. According to Elliotte Friedman and the latest 32 Thoughts podcast, the principals are taking the weekend off. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Aidin Hill will be a UFA on July 1. If the Golden Knights and GM Kelly McCrimmon don’t pay Hill, someone else will. The 6-foot-5 netminder also stabilizes the Golden Knights’ goalie situation, which remains cloudy beyond the next three weeks. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • The Boston Bruins could use Nick Foligno’s leadership and grit again next season but will the 35-year-old winger be back in black and gold for another season and maybe one final shot at the Stanley Cup? [Boston Bruins]
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