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Habs Daily: Xhekaj Discusses Fighters, Price About His Future



Montreal Canadiens defenceman Arber Xhekaj

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

Habs News

  • Any time a young player enters the league and quickly gets the best of the majority of the tough guys, teams will take notice. Consequently, both the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins added a significant element of truculence to their lineup, by signing Ryan Reaves and Milan Lucic, respectively. But Montreal Canadiens defenceman Arber Xhekaj isn’t losing any sleep when it comes to the recent roster additions. [Arber Xhekaj Discusses New Fighters In Atlantic Division]
  • The Habs prospects will be flying to Buffalo today to participate in the 2023 Rookie Showcase Tournament. Here are some players to watch throughout the rookie camp. [Eight Canadiens Players To Watch At 2023 Rookie Camp]
  • Carey Price addressed the media on Tuesday, once again confirming that he’s not anticipating a return to the lineup.

  • Price also mentioned he’s open to the idea of having his contract traded to another team, but he’d still consider himself as part of the team.

  • Habs sniper Cole Caufield is currently in Las Vegas for the NHL Player Meda Tour.

National Hockey Now Network

  • Former Montreal Canadiens forward Tomas Tatar has found a new home. He signed a one-year deal with the Avalanche. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • Many Chicago Blackhawks prospects are a day away from hitting the ice for practice to prep for the Tom Kurvers Prospect Showcase this week, including Connor Bedard. [Chicago Blackhawks]
  • The Buffalo Sabres announced their roster for the 2023 Prospects Challenge at the LECOM Harbour Center starting on Friday.[Buffalo Sabres]
  • September in Philadelphia means the Flyers soon will be in training camp, the Eagles have kicked off and the Phillies continue their march to the playoffs. The Sixers? Training camp starts in October and there are major question marks over Philadelphia’s most enigmatic team. Most Philly fans are four-for-four fans (as we say around here). They are all-in on all four teams, even with an established hierarchy among the fans. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • A veteran of 82 career fights, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Ryan Reaves is not an easy person to intimidate. However, the 36-year-old winger recently admitted during an appearance on the “Missin Curfew” podcast that there was one player that he was actually scared to drop the gloves with: former Nashville Predators forward Brian McGrattan. [Nashville Predators]
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