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

Habs News

  • Montreal Canadiens prospect Owen Beck has shown he can excel at both ends of the rinks, which means he’s in a good position to eventually earn a job with the team, but an agreement between the OHL and the NHL will dictate his development. [Canadiens Prospect Beck’s Future Influenced By NHL Rule]
  • Sean Monahan was given an opportunity to play with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield against the Ottawa Senators. Juraj Slafkovsky was given new linemates: Kirby Dach and Rafael Harvey-Pinard. [Canadiens Preseason: Monahan Top Line, Slafkovsky New Line]
  • The Habs won a 4-3 hard-fought battle against the Senators. As predicted, the game was of the violent variety, featuring big hits, dirty plays, and one of the worst dives you’ll see all year. Good times were had by all. Slafkovsky, Dach, Nick Suzuki, Cole Caufield, and Sean Monahan stood out for the Canadiens. [Canadiens Slafkovsky & Caufield Shine In Truculent Win Vs Sens]


National Hockey Now Network

  • Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery will be returning to Montreal to mourn after the unfortunate passing of his mother this week. [Boston Bruins]
  • No Nashville Predators player will benefit more from the hiring of head coach Andrew Brunette than 22-year-old forward Philip Tomasino. [Nashville Predators]
  • By now you’ve seen what he can do. Whether it’s a hat trick in the Tom Kurvers Prospects Showcase, or sending perfect passes to teammates in a scrimmage, Connor Bedard is the real deal. But in a league that is seeing younger talent rise to the top quicker, is he the sure bet who is already an odds-on favourite to run away with the league’s best rookie title? [Chicago Blackhawks]
  • Detroit Red Wings 2023 first-round draft pick Nate Danielson finds himself in an interesting juxtaposition as the 2023-24 hockey season is beginning to unfold. He is basically a player with one skate situated in two different hockey realms. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • Denver Barkey’s connections with Philadelphia Flyers executives are everywhere. Start with general manager Daniel Briere. Briere was undersized and Barkey knows it. Barkey was drafted in the third round (95th overall) in June. The Flyers list Barkey at 5-foot-9, 161 pounds. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • Nate Clurman has every reason to be confident right now. After all, Colorado Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar couldn’t say enough nice things about him on Tuesday after practice. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • Take a look at the latest New Jersey Devils Mailbag, Training Camp Edition. [New Jersey Devils]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins have pared their training camp roster to 46 healthy players by sending forward Brayden Yager, their first-round choice in the 2023 NHL Draft, back to his junior team, Moose Jaw of the Western Hockey League. [Pittsburgh Penguins]


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