All the latest Habs news, recent Montreal Canadiens stories, as well as information from around the National Hockey League.
- There was a time when NHL rookie tournaments were nothing but a goon show, but thankfully they have evolved to the point that they hold real value from a development standpoint. Montreal Canadiens prospects such as David Reinbacher, Emil Heineman, and Joshua Roy will attempt to seize their opportunities as the team flies to Buffalo for part of their rookie camp. [Canadiens Rookie Camp Holds Value For Development Team]
- In case you missed it: there was a BLOCKBUSTER deal in the NHL last night involving your Montreal Canadiens. They acquired Jakov Novak in exchange for future considerations. [Canadiens Complete Minor Trade With Ottawa Senators]
- Cole Caufield was the Habs representative at the NHLPA’s Media Tour. The 22-year-old sniper is keeping everyone entertained, as per usual.
Cole’s the first one up today.
He’s as advertised, hilarious kid. pic.twitter.com/tvLbYqlYpX
— Jonny Lazarus (@JLazzy23) September 13, 2023
Babe wake up: Cole Caufield portraits from the NHL player media tour just dropped! 😍 pic.twitter.com/YH2vdlMQoS
— /r/Habs (@HabsOnReddit) September 13, 2023
Petite visite à Las Vegas avec Cole pour la tournée médiatique des détenteurs de droits. In Vegas with Cole for the North American Media Player’s Tour. 😊 pic.twitter.com/Svqmy4oPv5
— Chantal Machabee (@ChantalMachabee) September 13, 2023
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- The Colorado Avalanche desperately need to add a top-six forward to their lineup. Former Hab Tomas Tatar seems to have been the perfect choice. [Colorado Avalanche]
- An intense workout regimen and a consistent performance with Boston University. Netminder Drew Commesso makes the jump to the professional ranks. Will that road lead to the Chicago Blackhawks? [Chicago Blackhawks]
- The Buffalo Sabres announced their roster for the 2023 Prospects Challenge at the LECOM Harbour Center starting on Friday.[Buffalo Sabres]
- Philadelphia Flyers president Keith Jones knows his team isn’t in the hunt for the Stanley Cup this season. Probably not the playoffs, either. His goals for the Flyers aren’t quite that gaudy or optimistic, but they’re still important. Jones and Philadelphia Flyers general manager Daniel Briere have preached patience as the team regroups after missing the playoffs the past three seasons. [Philadelphia Flyers]
- The official roster for the Nashville Predators training camp has been unveiled with nine invites attending. Forward prospect Nolan Burke is the lone player listed as an injured participant in camp. [Nashville Predators]
- Kris Letang was in Montreal participating with the Canadiens during an informal skate. [Pittsburgh Penguins]