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Habs Daily: Hughes Adding Draft Pick Value, Canadiens At F1



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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

  • Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes has already revamped the team’s development program. And now he’s doing all he can to improve the value of the team’s draft picks, especially when compared to Marc Bergevin. [Comparing Bergevin and Hughes’ Pre-Draft Value]
  • Formula 1 took place in Montreal this weekend. The event always attracts several celebrities, and more recently, Habs players. Don’t get your hopes up, but Cole Caufield was hanging out with a certain Pierre-Luc Dubois. He also visited with two injured Canadiens: Paul Byron and Carey Price.


National Hockey Now Network

  • In the hours following their loss in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on Tuesday night, Aaron Ekblad said he and his teammates did not go out on the famed Strip to drown their sorrows or have one final night out on the road. They lost a chance at greatness and they know it. [Florida Panthers]
  • There has been much speculation — outside the organization, anyway — about whether the Pittsburgh Penguins will trade their first-round choice in the upcoming NHL Draft to acquire an additional selection or two a bit later in the process. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Every team in the NHL could use Erik Karlsson. Who couldn’t find a place for a game-breaking, 101-point defenseman in their line-up? Well, given his salary cap, perhaps not as many as previously expected. Take a look at 10 teams that might want to trade for the star defenceman. [San Jose Sharks]
  • By the end of the Vegas Golden Knights’ four-hour Stanley Cup celebration, which closed down the famed Vegas Strip in both directions, even coach Bruce Cassidy was dancing and drumming on the podium. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • A closer look at possible draft target Zach Benson. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • It seems like every summer the Colorado Avalanche go out and acquire a player made available by their current team when their value is perhaps at its lowest Yegor Sharangovich may be that player. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • With the Flyers rebuilding their team, it’s interesting to see how the Stanley Cup champion Golden Knights built their team in six years. But Philadelphia won’t follow that model. [Philadelphia Flyers]