Connect with us

Canadiens Daily

Habs Daily: Canadiens Players Honour Bergeron, Habs History



Montreal Canadiens honour Patrice Bergeron

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

Habs News

  • Former Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron was honoured by several NHL players, including a handful of Montreal Canadiens players: Samuel Montembeault, David Savard, Rafael Harvey-Pinard, Kaiden Guhle, and Jordan Harris.


National Hockey Now Network

  • The Vancouver Canucks have been one of the more chaotic NHL teams over the past few seasons, with multiple head coaches and a new front office. Is this the year that they finally break through? [San Jose Sharks]
  • Acquiring Erik Karlsson in a three-team deal with San Jose and Montreal Sunday is the most impressive and bold move Kyle Dubas has made during his two-plus months as the Pittsburgh Penguins’ president of hockey operations and general manager. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • IndyCar driver Zach Claman DeMelo is accusing Detroit Red Wings forward Daniel Sprong of assaulting him. DeMelo claims the assault took place in a nightclub during the week of the Detroit Grand Prix. He’s also claiming that there were two separate incidents involving him and Sprong. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • Nathan MacKinnon was obviously going to be among the top centres in the NHL, and anyone who’s not a lunatic would have him in their top 5, but where did the NHL ultimately place him? [Colorado Avalanche]
  • There is a time-tested method to develop a Stanley Cup contender: Build down the middle of the ice. Build with high-quality centers. Build with a strong defensive group that has a true No. 1 defender who can help contain high-scoring opponents. Build with a gifted goalie who can steal wins. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • Which members of the Vegas Golden Knights have the best chance of winning awards for their performance in the 2023-24 regular season? This is part one of a two-part series. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • After going through his first-ever arbitration process and hearing, Boston Bruins Jeremy Swayman made it clear that he holds ‘no ill will’ against the Bruins after being awarded a one-year, $3.47 million contract following a July 30 arbitration hearing. [Boston Bruins]