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Habs Daily: Potential Canadiens Opening Roster, Mont-Tremblant



Montreal Canadiens training camp

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

Habs News

  • The Montreal Canadiens still have 29 players at camp. They’ll need to make four cuts, seeing as two of their players are still injured. Take a look at the potential opening-night 23-man roster for the Habs, and give us your opinion about the ideal lines/roster. [The Potential Montreal Canadiens Opening-Night 23-Man Roster]
  • The Canadiens practiced in Brossard before heading to Mont-Tremblant for some team bonding far away from the noise in Montreal. Thankfully, Michael Pezzetta was rolling as Jordan Harris met a deer at a golf course.


National Hockey Now Network

  • The Pittsburgh Penguins are only one week away from the start of their 2023-24 season. They do, however, still have a pretty lengthy to-do list to get through before Chicago comes to PPG Paints Arena next Tuesday evening. They have to try to develop some cohesiveness — and, more importantly, some productivity — in a No. 1 power play that has boundless potential but has been slightly less menacing than a sedated kitten during its first two exhibition games. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Former Hab Jonathan Drouin is off to a very solid start for his new team. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • The New Jersey Devils placed goaltender Erik Kallgren on waivers Tuesday afternoon. [New Jersey Devils]
  • The Boston Bruins announced two more roster moves on Monday afternoon. Forward John Farinacci will report to Providence Bruins Training Camp, and goalie Kyle Keyser has been placed on waivers for the purpose of assignment. [Boston Bruins]
  • After the Nashville Predators’ fourth preseason game, they’ve cut down their roster to 26 players after kicking training camp off with 61. [Nashville Predators]
  • The Chicago Blackhawks Connor Bedard is facing the same type of expectations that awaited Sidney Crosby when first came into the league back in 2005. A once proud franchise, just over a decade removed from its best years, is going through a stretch of struggles.[Chicago Blackhawks]
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