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Habs Daily: Goalie Trade Rumours, Canadiens Hard Practice



Montreal Canadiens prospect Cayden Primeau

All the latest Montreal Canadiens stories, news, events, and highlights.

Habs News

  • The Montreal Canadiens have too many bodies in their bottom six at the moment that will not serve the club in the future. A roster littered with NHL veterans taking up prime spots on the Canadiens’ bottom six, while prospects in Laval continue to show interesting offensive ability.[Canadiens Struggles Highlight Club’s Biggest Needs For Rebuild]
  • Defenceman Arber Xhekaj did not make the trip to California, which means the Habs had to make a decision as to which Laval Rocket blueliner they’d recall. They wisely chose Jayden Struble, who has stood out as the Rocket’s most reliable defenceman. In other practice news, head coach Martin St-Louis skated his team harder than usual, owing to their lack of effort in recent games. [Canadiens Practice Notes: Struble Recalled, Hard Skate]

National Hockey Now Network

  • The Calgary Flames are once again open for business on the NHL trade market, and the Boston Bruins are once again being linked to Flames defenseman and Norwood, MA native Noah Hanifin. [Boston Bruins]
  • Three games in four days showed three different versions of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Two losses and a win provided a buffet of lessons and perceptions, with each user free to take what they want, but an unmistakable reality is emerging.[Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Just a few days after being mentioned as a team in the Patrick Kane sweepstakes, an NHL Insider has come out and stated that the Colorado Avalanche are after “depth scoring.” [Colorado Avalanche]
  • Even now, with the passage of time, it’s still difficult for Detroit Red Wings forward Joe Veleno to grasp the reality that his friend and former teammate Adam Johnson is gone.[Detroit Red Wings]
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someone PLEASE explain to me how a Montreal Goalie fixes Edmonton’s problems, but can’t help Montreal’s goal differential problem?!?