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Habs Daily: Hutson Shines, Slafkovsky’s Development, Dubois



Montreal Canadiens prospect Lane Hutson

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

Habs News

  • Montreal Canadiens prospect Lane Hutson had a fantastic rookie season in the NCAA. He shattered records and surpassed all expectations. But there’s still work to be done when it comes to his development. Thankfully, there’s no rush to push him to the NHL. [Canadiens Prospect Review: Lane Hutson Shined During NCAA Rookie Season]
  • The latest edition of the Habs Mailbag is a long one! We discuss Pierre-Luc Dubois (ad nauseam), the 2023 NHL Draft, Logan Mailloux’s potential, free agent options, Juraj Slafkovsky’s development, and much, much more. [Canadiens Mailbag: Dubois, Slafkovsky, Draft]

National Hockey Now Network

  • Florida Panthers coach Paul Maurice just would not let the Sergei Bobrovsky question go. In his postgame comments following Florida’s stunning 3-2 overtime victory in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, he looked at the reporter who asked about how short Bobrovsky’s leash would be coming off Game 2. It was not short, at all. [Florida Panthers]
  • Is former Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford worthy of being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame? Probably not, but here’s the case for his nomination from a Blackhawks’ point of view. [Chicago Blackhawks]
  • The Vegas Golden Knights hit the mental reset button Friday after narrowly missing a commanding 3-0 series lead by losing in overtime to the Florida Panthers 3-2 at FLA Live Arena. On Thursday night, coach Bruce Cassidy admitted losing in the final minutes, and OT stings more. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • We often hear scouts discuss character issues prior to the Draft, but is there any truth in some of the rumours Matvei Michkov will not fit into an NHL locker room? Once again, probably not, but it’s worth looking into. [San Jose Sharks]
  • If they’re not already, the Boston Bruins should be gauging the NHL trade market for defenseman Dmitry Orlov and winger Tyler Bertuzzi. [Boston Bruins]
  • There will be more than one option for the Pittsburgh Penguins to fill their need in goal. What seemed like a decision between gambling on Tristan Jarry and an uncertain free agent market has dramatically and swiftly changed in the last week. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Several mock drafts have updated picks based on the Flyers acquiring the No. 22 overall selection from Columbus in the Ivan Provorov trade. [Philadelphia Flyers]
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