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Habs Daily: Mailloux’s Meeting, Canadiens Goaltending Options



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

Habs News

  • The Montreal Canadiens have formally requested an audience between the NHL and prospect Logan Mailloux to discuss the youngster’s future in the league. [Logan Mailloux To Meet With NHL]
  • Now that Montreal Canadiens prospect Owen Beck has been eliminated from the Memorial Cup, the team has a decision to make. However, the playing options for Beck are limited given the current NHL-CHL transfer agreement. [Owen Beck Limited By NHL-CHL Agreement]
  • The Habs just lost a goaltending prospect after not qualifying Frederik Dichow, but could they snatch up one of the impressive goaltenders at the Memorial Cup? [Canadiens Goaltending Prospect At Memorial Cup]

National Hockey Now Network

  • It has been a while since the Florida Panthers lost a game — much less one on the road — but it has happened before and they kept that in mind after losing Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday to the host Vegas Golden Knights. [Florida Panthers]
  • Why did the San Jose Sharks let 2021 Draft picks Ben Gaudreau, Max McCue, and Liam Gilmartin re-enter the 2023 Draft? We asked the experts. [San Jose Sharks]
  • The Florida Panthers have four former Flyers on their Stanley Cup finals roster. The Vegas Golden Knights don’t have any. But Vegas has a former Flyer on its long term injured reserve list: Nolan Patrick. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • The Vegas Golden Knights contained their pest problem in Game 1. Matthew Tkachuk was held scoreless, and his only contributions on the score sheet were a double minor for roughing and a 10-minute misconduct penalty in the third period. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • A recent report out of Russia quoted Boston Bruins defenseman Dmitry Orlov as saying that he is ‘looking forward’ to becoming an unrestricted free agent on July 1. [Boston Bruins]
  • President of hockey operations Kyle Dubas and coach Mike Sullivan appear to agree, at least in principle, on the primary changes needed for the 2023-24 Pittsburgh Penguins.[Pittsburgh Penguins]
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