MONTREAL — There’s never a dull moment when it comes to the Montreal Canadiens, but it’s not always possible to keep up to date with every breaking news story.
Every Sunday we will recap the most exciting and relevant NHL news stories that you may have missed throughout the week.
- Now that the team is experiencing an influx of youthful talent at both the NHL and AHL levels, certain players will inevitably fall through the cracks. There are simply too few jobs available and too many prospects vying for the same positions. [Canadiens Should Trade High Quantity Of Prospects For Quality]
- To get a better idea of how often the Montreal Canadiens engage in trade talks with various teams, we evaluated the number of trades that were completed over the last 20 years. [Montreal Canadiens Most And Least Common NHL Trade Partners]
- According to ESPN, Canadiens forward Juraj Slafkovsky will score 55 points next year. Of course, Habs fans don’t expect him to more than double his output, but if he is to improve his results he will have to be given more ice time and better linemates. [Montreal Canadiens Forward Juraj Slafkovsky’s Usage Next Year]
- With the season quickly approaching, there are still a few pressing issues facing the Montreal Canadiens, par for the course when discussing any team amid a rebuild. Let’s look at some of the biggest questions faced by general manager Kent Hughes and the rest of the organization. [Three Questions Facing The Canadiens Ahead Of 2023-24]
- The Montreal Canadiens released their behind-the-scenes video depicting the debaters and decision-making ahead of the 2023 NHL Entry Draft [Habs Behind-The-Scenes Draft Video]
- Now that the team is amid a rebuild, there could be value in bringing a few players on professional tryouts to camp to ensure the internal competition is maximized, while also giving a useful player an opportunity to prove his worth. [Montreal Canadiens PTO Options Ahead Of Training Camp]
- The Montreal Canadiens are smack in the middle of their rebuild, meaning that expectations for next season must be measured. [Measuring Success For The Montreal Canadiens This Season]