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Habs Daily: Former Habs Looking Weird, Suzuki’s Aggressive Play



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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 captain Nick Suzuki set a career-high in goals and points last season, an encouraging part of the steady evolution Habs fans have enjoyed watching since he joined the team in 2019. And while the majority of the focus has been centered on his offensive prowess, we may have ignored one of the most impressive aspects of his results last year: his play on the penalty kill. [Canadiens Nick Suzuki Among Most Aggressive Penalty Killers]
  • It’s always odd to see a longtime player join another team. Let’s take a look at 10 former Habs players that ended up playing for another team, and ended up looking very weird, in retrospect. [Top-10 Longtime Canadiens That Looked Odd In Another Jersey]

National Hockey Now Network

  • Per a report from Sportsnet NHL insider Elliotte Friedman, the Boston Bruins and restricted free agent goalie Jeremy Swayman are $2.8 million apart, with their arbitration hearing set for Sunday. [Boston Bruins]
  • The Penguins missed the playoffs for the first time since Sidney Crosby’s rookie year, and we’re much closer to the end of the Crosby era than the beginning. Penguins president of hockey operations Kyle Dubas wants a home run, a splash, a shakeup for his new team, and Erik Karlsson is the biggest fish in the pond. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Any Detroit Red Wings fan who wants to see what the team will look like when the rebuild is completed only needs to make the 157-mile drive to watch the Grand Rapids Griffins play this season. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • A closer look at three Avalanche players with something to prove in 2023-24. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • It was nothing “personal.” There were no major confrontations or blowups. That’s what former Flyers defenseman Tony DeAngelo said about the dispute between him and Philadelphia coach John Tortorella last season. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • There are a series of misconceptions that fans of the Vegas Golden Knights must deal with. Starting with people saying the NHL spoon-fed Vegas a great team via the expansion draft, claims of cap circumvention, and that Vegas has no real hockey fans. [Vegas Golden Knights]
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