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Habs Daily: Canadiens Trade Flexibility, Gallagher’s Resurgence



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

Habs News

  • The Montreal Canadiens may already be having injury troubles this year, but it could provide them with an added advantage this season. With the injury to Kirby Dach confirmed to be season-ending, the Canadiens’ roster took a serious blow, but their finances just got a nice bump. [The Canadiens’ Injuries Provide Major Flexibility On Trade Front]
  • It was the veteran show on Monday night as Jake Allen, Tanner Pearson, Sean Monahan, and Brendan Gallagher led the charge in the win versus Buffalo. Gallagher, in particular, seems to be intent on finding his form of old. It’s also worth noting that Pearson has looked fantastic since joining the Habs. [Highlights: Canadiens Allen, Pearson, & Gallagher Star In Sabres Win]


National Hockey Now Network

  • The Pittsburgh Penguins entered the 2023-24 season on a wave of enthusiasm and positive energy that was almost palpable. Changes to the front office — specifically, the arrival of Kyle Dubas as president of hockey operations and general manager — and adding the likes of Erik Karlsson, Reilly Smith and Ryan Graves, among others, to the roster infused the organization with a vigour and sense of optimism that had largely been missing for most of the past few years. And then the games started. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • It’s been quite the start to the NHL season for Alexandar Georgiev, and he’s being recognized for it. The starting goaltender of the Colorado Avalanche has been named the second star of the week by the NHL. He only missed out on the first star of the week because Alex Debrincat just won’t stop scoring in Detroit.[Colorado Avalanche]
  • Sometimes Detroit Red Wings coach Derek Lalonde hangs out in the world of hope. But he lives in reality when it comes to his team’s best start in 11 seasons. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • The Philadelphia Flyers’ top two prospects in Philly Hockey Now’s rankings — forwards Matvei Michkov and Cutter Gauthier — are off to blazing starts for their respective teams. [Philadelphia Flyers]