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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 fired two prominent members of their medical staff: Donald Balmforth and Graham Rynbend. This comes after the team led the league in man-games lost two seasons in a row. [Canadiens Fire Medical Personnel]
  • Canadiens minority owner Michael Andlauer has reached an agreement to purchase the Ottawa Senators for USD $950 million. Anna and Olivia Melnyk will retain 10% of the franchise. [Canadiens Minority Owner Buys Senators]
  • The latest NHL draft odds point for the potential Montreal Canadiens picks are available. [Canadiens Fifth Overall Draft Odds]
  • Habs prospect Jared Davidson was ignored at the Draft on two occasions, but that has not deterred the hard-working prospect. Davidson is set to make his professional hockey debut next season. [Canadiens Prospect Review: Davidson Beat The Odds]
  • Check out some of the odds related to the potential players the Canadiens will select with the fifth overall pick. [Canadiens Draft Targets]

National Hockey Now Network

  • Florida Panthers head coach Paul Maurice was coy regarding Matthew Tkachuk’s health status ahead of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. [Florida Panthers]
  • There invariably are trades at the NHL Draft — usually, a lot of them — and the Pittsburgh Penguins have been involved in more than a few over the years. [Pittsburgh Penguinss]
  • With the expected departure of UFA James Reimer this offseason, Kaapo Kakhonen is the only goalie on the San Jose Sharks’ roster with more than a few games of NHL experience. Yet, he clocked in at No. 24 on the recent Daily Faceoff Trade Targets board.[San Jose Sharks]
  • The Golden Knights would have been willing participants if the leagues asked them to spontaneously play Game 5 at noon Monday. They would have been eager participants. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • A lot has been made about the second-line center position for the Colorado Avalanche (and rightly so), but beyond Nathan MacKinnon, there are quite a few question marks at the center position for the team. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • Former Flyers forward Patrick Sharp has been named Special Advisor to Hockey Operations, the team announced Tuesday. Sharp played with the Flyers from 2002-05. He was the Flyers’ third-round pick, 95th overall, in the 2001 draft. [Philadelphia Flyers]
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