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Habs Daily: Newhook Trade Analysis, NHL Mock Drafts, Dubois



Kent Hughes Habs Montreal Canadiens

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

Habs News

  • The Montreal Canadiens made a splash on Tuesday by trading the 31st and 37th overall picks in the 2023 Entry Draft to the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for Alex Newhook. General manager Kent Hughes paid a premium for Newhook’s rights. [Instant Trade Analysis: Canadiens Pay Up For Newhook]
  • If you’re looking for more information about Newhook’s strengths and weaknesses you should check out the scouting report we build via Colorado Hockey Now. [Alex Newhook Scouting Report]
  • Take a look at the results of over 15 different 2023 NHL first-round mock drafts, just ignore the suggestions for who they might pick with the 31st overall pick. [Canadiens 2023 Entry Draft Mock Draft Results]
  • The Pierre-Luc Dubois saga is finally over. The Winnipeg Jets and the Los Angeles Kings pulled the trigger on a trade that saw multiple assets head from California to Manitoba. The Canadiens wisely avoided matching the offer. [Timing Of Dubois Trade Not Ideal For Canadiens]

National Hockey Now Network

  • The San Jose Sharks have added a new goaltender. San Jose sent a 2023 sixth-round pick (No. 164) to the New Jersey Devils for MacKenzie Blackwood. [San Jose]
  • The Boston Bruins are approaching their offseason under the assumption that captain Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci will retire at some point this summer. [Boston Bruins]
  • Detroit Hockey Now profiled top prospect Colby Barlow ahead of the 2023 Draft. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • The Alex Newhook trade should signal the start of something bigger for Joe Sakic’s team. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • The Nashville Predators are rounding out their blue line for next season, announcing a new two-year, two-way contract for defenseman Jake Livingstone worth $775,000 at the NHL level. [Nashville Predators]
  • The Philadelphia Flyers finally traded Kevin Hayes. The team announced the deal Tuesday that sent Hayes to St. Louis for a 2024 sixth-round draft pick. The Flyers will retain half of Hayes’ $7.1 million annual salary for the remaining three years of his Flyers deal. [Philadelphia Flyers]
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