All the latest Habs news, recent Montreal Canadiens stories, as well as information from around the National Hockey League.
- Okay, it’s probably still too early to discuss training camp battles, but we’re going to do it anyway. Take a (very) early look at some of the potential battles we might see at camp this autumn. [Early Look At Potential Montreal Canadiens Training Camp Battles]
- It’s the dog days of summer, which means it’s the perfect time to take a look back at some Cole Caufield highlights, one of the seven players that are still around from the 2020-21 Stanley Cup final run.
screw it here’s every point from Cole Caufield during the 2021 playoffs 😩 pic.twitter.com/DtxeMvrQHo
— Nathan "Grav" (@NathanGraviteh) August 24, 2023
- Josh Anderson and Nick Suzuki surprised young athletes at the Canadiens Hockey School.
On ne sait jamais sur qui on peut tomber au Camp d'élite de l’École de hockey des Canadiens propulsé par Under Armour…
— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) August 24, 2023
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- If Calgary Flames center Elias Lindholm is still available on the NHL trade market next month, an NHL source tells Boston Hockey Now, the Boston Bruins are expected to be in on him again. [Boston Bruins]
- Following the 2023 NHL Draft, David Poile retired after 25 years as the general manager of the Nashville Predators, putting a stamp on his Hall of Fame career. Here are his five best free-agent signings. [Nashville Predators]
- Everything about the NHL schedule is broken. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
- His father is one of the greatest players ever to wear the Detroit Red Wings uniform. Samuel Lidstrom has found out that being the son of a hockey legend can be a double-edged sword when he skates out on the ice. [Detroit Red Wings]
- A few weeks back, we looked at the NHL Network ranking of the top 50 prospects in the NHL. According to them, the Colorado Avalanche had no one worthy of making the list. [Colorado Avalanche]
- The NHL would like to return to the Winter Olympics starting in 2026, according to a report on NHL.com. NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly reported the league and the players’ association are working together to regularly compete in international events and would like to be part of another World Cup of Hockey. [Philadelphia Flyers]